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  • Accounting Principles for Attorneys: What Every Lawyer Needs to Know

    Lawyers tend to be persuasive, argumentative and polished. But when it comes to the rules of accounting and taxation, even the best arguments will fall short in the face of steadfast rules and principles. This CLE course will explain the basic accounting principles every lawyer must know from the organizations that set the rules and standards to arranging a corporate capital structure. The course will explain stockholder equity, liabilities, long term investments, funds and assets, how t... More Info

    1.5General Credits
  • Wrap Documents: A Life Vest for ERISA Compliance

    Legal non-compliance is never to be taken lightly. This is particularly true with regards to ERISA, for which non-compliance can lead to hefty fines and even prison. This CLE course will explain who and what is subject to ERISA, exemptions to the Act, partial applications of ERISA and documentation requirements. The course will then explain the purpose of wrap documents in protecting you from unintentional non-compliance. More Info

    1.25General Credits
  • From Contract to Closing: A Guide to Residential Real Estate Transactions

    With the real estate boom just a dim memory, the process of real estate closings have become more contentious than ever. A thorough understanding of every step in the process from pre-contract to post-closing is essential to a successful deal. This CLE course reviews each step in detail and includes the differentiation between condos and co-ops, the responsibilities of buyers and sellers, negotiating price, setting closing dates, preparing documents and mortgage issues. More Info

    1.25General Credits
  • Employment Law: An Entertainment Industry Perspective

    A raft of common employment practices are now putting media and entertainment companies at risk. For example, incorrect classification of interns, volunteers, independent contractors, and full-time workers have all recently led to big legal headaches for small, mid-size, and even larger companies. Similarly, missteps in grants of equity to employees are leading to nasty tax consequences for employers and employees, souring relationships. Listen as two experienced employment lawyers review rece... More Info

    1General Credit
  • 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... More Info

    2.5Total Credits
    1 Ethics
  • New York Family Law Update

    A much needed and informative update on Family Law, this CLE course is essential to any practitioner. Presented by Steve Abel, Esq., founding member of the new Academy of Professional Family Mediators with 35 years of experience as a divorce mediator and family law attorney, the course covers the most important recent cases and statutes. Included in the course is a review of recent updates to the Marriage Equality Act, child support minimums, and social security tax reductions. The cour... More Info

    1.25General Credits
  • A Look Forward at the Reverse Mortgage Industry: What an Attorney Needs to Know

    The fact that America is aging is not news, nor is it surprising. Experts have been predicting it since the Baby Boomers. This CLE course will explain Congress’s efforts to help seniors age in place through the development of Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM) a type of reverse mortgage. The course will explain the legal history of the HECM and how it benefits senior citizens. The course will also explain how one can qualify for an HECM, the processes and procedures that are unique to it... More Info

    1.75General Credits
  • The Americans with Disabilities Act: How to Win Your Case Using Good Faith

    In the day and age of political correctness, one would think that accommodations for people with disabilities would be standard. And yet, the requirements and precedents for demanding reasonable and effective accommodations are often overlooked by attorneys. This timely CLE course will explain the requirements and precedents as well as the history of the American with Disabilities Act (ADA), the importance of utilizing the option for mediation and the impact that the statute of limitations has... More Info

    2.5General Credits
  • What Attorneys Need to Know About Cyberforensics - A Tell All

    Developments involving cybersecurity issues are changing at an explosive rate. Join the Cyberspace Committee in exploring the recent developments affecting cybersecurity including a discussion of real world case studies, examination of current technology trends and their current and impending erosion of 4th and 5th Amendment protections, recent guidance from the courts, FTC and other regulatory bodies, the impact of major federal and private information security laws and regulations and more.... More Info

    2.25General Credits
  • 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... More Info

    2General Credits

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