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  • New Developments in Sports Law: A Time of Change in the Collegiate and Professional Landscape

    In the last year, college sports is seeing nothing less than a revolution. It's model of amateurism is under attack, both in antitrust litigation in the courts and at various regional offices of the National Labor Relations Board ("NLRB"). A day is coming where big-time college athletics will be professionalized, with new challenges and uncertainties for various stakeholders. In the professional sports area, team sales, an increasing fractured media rights universe and ongoing issues s... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • 1st and 4th Amendment and Employment Cases: Difficult Issues and Lessons Learned

    Experienced litigators in the areas of First and Fourth Amendment Law and Employment Law share perspectives on difficult issues and lessons regarding some of the most interesting and timely issues of our day. The presenters will seek to impart lessons you may not have learned in law school or perhaps in some books so that newer and less-experienced counsel gain the competence to successfully handle these matters at the motions stage, at trial, on appeal or by settlement. Learn practica... More Info

    $175
    3.5General Credits
  • Prosecutors and Restitution: Navigating Ethical Challenges

    In many criminal cases, crime victims are desperately injured and dramatically inconvenienced in a long, confusing, and challenging legal process. The road to recovery physically, legally, emotionally, and personally can be hard. In those exact same cases, criminal defendants face their own series of setbacks and challenges from a legal system managing countless cases and conflicting philosophical priorities. Their road to “justice” encounters its own breed of challenges. Wedged so... More Info

    $50
    1Ethics Credit
  • Wetlands Law & Policy: From the Federal Clean Water Act to Local Administration

    Wetlands Science and Law became a very important part of general environmental law, primarily beginning with the Industrial Revolution of the 1700s. Wetlands has paramount importance from the mushy area behind a residential backyard to mitigating Global Climate Change. Topics will include, but in legal parlance, not exclusive of: A brief history of Wetlands – Bogs, Fens, Marshes, Prairie Potholes, Bayous, Swamps, et-cetera The history of law and policy General environmental law I... More Info

    $75
    1.5General Credits
  • Lawyers and Generative Artificial Intelligence: What Could Go Wrong: Ethical and Other Concerns

    Artificial intelligence and, more specifically, generative artificial intelligence (GAI) is increasingly used by attorneys. GAI is touted as being revolutionary and "game-changing" for the legal profession for purposes of litigation and providing broader legal services to clients. However, GAI brings with it risks and well as benefits. This CLE program will consider the nature of GAI, how it could be used by attorneys, the risks that might present to attorneys and clients, and the ethi... More Info

    $50
    1Ethics Credit
  • Understanding Financial Solutions While Planning for Possible Long-term Care

    This CLE course will provide attorneys with a comprehensive overview of methodology and techniques for preserving their client’s assets while planning for the possibility of incapacity and future institutional or home care services through Medicaid. The presentation will provide an overview of the Medicaid Asset Protection Trust wherein the homestead and liquid assets can be transferred and the Medicaid applicant (settlor) would retain the ability to receive government benefits. He or... More Info

    $50
    1.1General Credits
  • Protecting Your Trademark In The Face of EU’s, GPDR and U.S. Privacy Laws- Case Study and Practical Tips

    This CLE course will demonstrate why it has become increasingly difficult to identify internet trademark infringers, the obstacles often encountered during the process of identifying trademark infringers on the world-wide web and what you need to know to secure relief from their infringement. We will discuss GDPR and U.S. Privacy laws, the obstacles they present in trying to identify infringers who only do business on the internet, and the mechanisms and practical considerations for se... More Info

    $100
    2General Credits
  • Defying Limits: Breaking the Boundaries of Adverse Possession

    Adverse possession is a phrase we all learned in law school, and then promptly forgot. But the concept has been with human society for millennia, and will likely last until the final day a person walks the earth. So long as the elements are met, adverse possession gives people the right to automatically be deemed owners of real estate that they may not have purchased – even without filing a suit for such relief. This CLE course will address the various secrets, critical elements, and... More Info

    $75
    1.9General Credits
  • The Plaintiff Fact Sheet (“PFS”) in a Mass Tort Setting

    The Plaintiff Fact Sheet (PFS) is a written questionnaire which takes the place of non-negotiated interrogatories, or written questions, and is typically served in Mass Tort litigation. In a Mass Tort case, the Parties negotiate the questions to be asked on the PFS questionnaires. The Defendants are entitled to ask questions in a PFS that provides both basic information about the claimant (date of birth, marital status) and specific information (date of injury, type of injury, name... More Info

    $50
    1.2General Credits
  • The Mediator's Toolkit: 15 Strategies Towards A Successful Mediation

    Mediation has been called an art and not a science. It is true that there is not one specific way to conduct a mediation. However, there are tried-and-true methods for facilitating a successful mediation. That success will be determined by the attainment of Win-Win by both parties. This CLE program will outline and discuss strategies that ensure that the mediation will be dignified and productive. Many of these strategies can be used in non-mediation circumstance such as negotiations,... More Info

    $50
    1.3General Credits

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