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New Jersey Civil Trial Practice

Regardless of how seasoned the attorney, the key to a successful civil trial is preparation. There is simply no substitute for a well-prepared, well-organized case. This CLE course will outline everything the trial attorney needs to do to ensure they are ready for any situation that might arise. The course will outline step-by-step exactly when to submit pre-trial motions and claims, witness lists and briefs and will explain how and when to prepare witnesses, testimonies, exhibits and evidence...

General Credits
1
Price$50

Eyewitness Identification in NY: Remaining Controversies, Emerging Issues and the Path Forward for Judicial Gatekeeping

Proceeding from the perspective of the problem of wrongful convictions, the largest portion of which are attributable to misidentifications, participants will discuss recent developments in the law respecting eyewitness identification evidence, including the admissibility of testimony of experts and eyewitnesses, and an assessment of proposed reforms in the field. Topics to be addressed include overview of legal history and update on the current law and practice on eyewitness identific...

General Credits
2.5
Price$100

Red-Hot Issues in New Jersey Practice

Issues that are decided by New Jersey Courts are significant in many ways. Each of the cases and attendant issues that seasoned attorney Peter J. Kurshan discusses in this CLE presentation warrants your attention. The topics at bar include ethics, affidavits of merit, fee shifiting, negligent infliction of emotional distress, consumer fraud, dismissals for not providing discovery and the Entire Controversy Doctrine. Peter offers a rapid fire overview of these, and other subject areas. This is...

General Credits
1
Price$50

Tweeting, Friending, Advertising and Connecting: A Lawyer’s Ethical Guidelines for Social Media Use

Tweeting, friending and connecting on Linkedin don’t seem like activities that should require substantial ethical boundaries. But as social media has become a primary vehicle for marketing not just ourselves and our law practice but also for researching parties, witnesses and juries, ethical ramifications have begun to arise. In this timely CLE course, renowned attorneys Jeffrey I. Pasek & Michael C. Schmidt present the legal ethics of social media within the context of using social me...

Ethics Credits
1.2
Price$50

E-Discovery and Ethics: technology assisted reviews, predictive coding, the judicial role and ethical considerations

A diverse panel of experts including a US magistrate, practitioners, an ethicist and a discovery solutions expert will provide a primer on technology-assisted reviews, predictive coding, current case law and the ethical problems that are inherent in using e-discovery software. Some of the issues which will be addressed include: Defensibility/Validation of technology-assisted reviews Reasonableness of predictive coding: advantages; impact of size of data set Different types of techno...

Total Credits
2.5
Incl. 1 Ethics
Price$100

Depositions: Procedures and Strategies

A good deposition can be the key to a successful outcome. From witness prep to effective use of transcripts, each step in the process is critical. This CLE course will teach you everything you need to know about depositions and how to defend them as well as how to avoid the most common problems in deposing witnesses. This course will explain when, why and how to take depositions, tips for ensuring a clear record for motions and trials, strategies for preparing witnesses, defending them and eff...

General Credits
2
Price$100

Taking the iPad to Court

The pervasiveness of the iPad in today’s culture is undeniable. With over 40 million sold worldwide since its launch, it is estimated that by 2015, Apple will have shipped 150 million iPads. And while many manufacturers have since developed similar tablets, there’s no question of Apple’s dominance in the market. In fact, even in those sectors that have customarily resisted its allure, the iPad is making headway. The most notable of these is with regards to law. Reports have shown that a growin...

General Credits
1
Price$50

The Googled Verdict: Jury Impartiality in the Search Engine Age

Easy access to information has many benefits. We are more informed, more aware and hopefully more knowledgeable about what is happening in our neighborhoods, our cities and around the world. And yet, our easy access to information can have a disabling effect on one of the country’s most venerable institutions—the legal process’ trial by jury. A juror’s ability to search for information on the court case he is sitting on raises serious questions about impartiality, courtroom control and the jud...

General Credits
1
Price$50

Cross Examination of Police Officers and Detectives: A Tactical Guide

A fascinating and practical guide for any attorney who faces the police or detectives on cross-examinations, this CLE course presented by Jeffrey Schwartz will study the psychological and professional aspects of this critical part of any trial. The course reviews both the general responsibilities and work-a-day world of the average officer as well as typical police mentality and how to utilize these insights. The course will outline specific strategies to develop a tactical advantage over off...

General Credits
1.7
Price$75

The Basics of New Jersey Research and How to Be a Zealous Advocate

Take a tour through the legal research resources available for New Jersey practitioners including primary sources (cases, constitutions, legislation, statutes, administrative codes, administrative decisions, etc.) Explore the question, "what kind of advocate will you be" with Professor Franzeze as she examines the attributes that make a good lawyer - integrity, service, humility, passion, command of the written word and a commitment to ethical behavior.

General Credits
1.9
Price$100
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