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This is a listing of Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Courses for Connecticut, CT. Please make your selection below of Connecticut CLE courses. Our courses are available on CDs, DVDs, Online & Mobile App. Click "Add" to add a course to your Custom Bundle. For more information about a particular course, click on a course name As an added bonus, we allow you to select courses in excess of the advertised credit amount for your selected bundle. In fact, you may add all courses available in our library at no extra charge. All of the courses you select will be available to you but we will only certify the advertised credit amount for your selected bundle.

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Ethical Considerations in No-Fault Litigation

No fault litigation occupies an interesting place in the legal system. A method of avoiding the costs and hassle of legal battles, no-fault litigation comes with some potential pitfalls of its own, not the least of which is the ethical considerations of working slightly out-of-bounds of the standard system. This CLE course will explore those ethical considerations and how to navigate them in the process of no-fault litigation. The course will cover how to maintain clear communication i...

Ethics Credits
1
Price$50

Understanding No-Fault Claims and Litigation

The concept of no fault claims is meant to reduce the cost and hassle of legal proceedings by systematizing compensation for certain incidents and injuries. But that doesn't mean that the process is simple or streamlined though it is one that every attorney needs to know. This CLE course will present a thorough review of no fault claims and litigation including common defenses, proximate cause, non-ascertainable treatments, fraud, disqualification of a medical provider and defective no...

General Credits
1.75
Price$100

Common Ethical Issues and Pitfalls

Certain recurring ethical issues are encountered with regularity in the everyday practice of law. The nature of attorney/client privilege and confidentiality, analysis of conflict issues and the obligations of an attorney to other counsel and the fact-finding tribunal, result in frequent consultation of the rules of ethics. The course will cover the most common ethical issues confronted by attorneys, and the presenter will discuss hypotheticals posed by the live audience.

Ethics Credits
1
Price$50

Critical Events in a Medical Malpractice Case: From Initial Client Interview Through Trial

This CLE program will focus on potentially problematic issues in the development of a medical malpractice claim from the initial interview through trial. The types of cases which can be successfully resolved, versus those to avoid, the initial evaluation of the case and selection of an expert, discovery matters and the trial of the case, including objections, direct and cross examination of witnesses, evidentiary issues, including hearsay, and openings and closings will be discussed. Topi...

General Credits
1.5
Price$75

Current Issues in Legal Ethics

The widespread use of internet communications by attorneys in advertising and with clients requires a re-examination of the ethical rules. The course will examine attorney's speech, what lawyers can and cannot say on a website, in personal and professional blogs and on social networking sites, as well as other ethical issues including setting and collecting fees, privilege and confidentiality and proceedings before the Disciplinary Board. Topics Covered include: attorney's speech - on...

Ethics Credits
1
Price$50

Fundamentals of DUI/DWI Law: A Practical Guide

Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol or Drugs is a systemic problem that transcends socioeconomic borders and it capable of impacting anyone at any time. Police and prosecutors are ever vigilant in curtailing this dangerous practice and have numerous resources at their disposal to ensure a successful prosecution. With the advent of diversionary programs and the recent focus of rehabilitation over punishment, however, there are increasingly more and more avenues for defense attorneys to explo...

General Credits
1
Price$50

Fundamentals of Pennsylvania Family Law

The Fundamentals of Family Law will explore basic substantive and procedural requirements related to divorce, asset division, support and custody. The difference between the 3301 (c) and the 3301 (d) divorce, practical considerations when filing for divorce, and the potential consequences as they may relate to a support action, equitable distribution of marital assets, interim relief throughout the divorce process, custody pleadings and requirements, custody rights of grandparents and other th...

General Credits
1.25
Price$75

How Assets Pass Upon Death

There are various ways that a decedent's assets may pass or transfer title upon his/her death. This CLE course will familiarize attorneys with the basics of how a decedent's assets may pass or transfer upon his/her death either by contract via non-probate, the titling of an account, beneficiary designation, intestate succession or by will. This course will provide an overview of these types of transfers and the issues that may arise depending upon the decedent's circumstances. This course will...

General Credits
1
Price$50

Non-U.S. Bank Operations in the United States

This CLE course will offer an overview of how foreign banks operate in the United States. The course will offer a comprehensive introduction and explain the process for entry, the activities and powers of these entities, issues related to regulation and enforcement and exiting. The course will also review the changes in how these entities operate as a result of the 2010 Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act.

General Credits
1.25
Price$50

The Fundamentals of Pleading Practice in State and Federal Court

Detailed, precise, and accurate initial pleadings form the cornerstone of your case. From filing the initial writ or complaint to responsive pleadings such as the answer and new matter, each step in the process is crucial. This CLE course will teach you everything you need to know about the initial pleading stages of a case in both federal and state court. This course will explain what to do, and when to do it at each stage of the initial pleading process. The course covers, state cour...

General Credits
1
Price$50


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