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Representing Applicants before State Liquor Authorities and the TTB

In this course, Arielle Albert and Keven Danow explain how the “noble experiment” of prohibition resulted in the current three tier system for the manufacture, distribution and sale of beverage alcohol in the United States. They explain the various regulatory schemes adopted by states to address pre-prohibition evils, which include states that took control over the sale of alcohol, states that elected a licensing scheme and states that remained dry or partially dry. Franchise rights are...

General Credits
1.25
Price$50

Attorney Professionalism and Social Justice: Why We All Should Be Engaged

This seminar is designed to give the practitioner a road map of why and how it is important for all lawyers to engage on social justice issues, given that we are living amidst 3 pandemics: COVID19, Police Brutality and Voter Suppression. As professionals and officers of the Court, our communities rely on us to be leaders and give them guidance especially during a crisis. This engagement may not necessarily occur at the office (even if operating remotely) as many of us are leaders in...

Ethics Credits
1
Price$50

Luck Favors the Prepared: Successfully Preparing Your Firm to Address Questions from Clients on Data Security & Privacy

In the current patchwork of cybersecurity and data privacy legal requirements, it can be challenging for a professional organization to create a comprehensive privacy and security program that complies with the various (and sometimes conflicting) legal requirements and contractual obligations imposed by clients. More and more, clients are viewing the law firms and accounting firms they are using as “vendors” obligating those professional organizations to respond and comply with vendor manageme...

General Credits
1
Price$50

Are they Listening? Electronic Surveillance: The Basics of Wiretap Defense

Are they listening? Yes, law enforcement is often listening to your client’s communications and using them to mount a prosecution against your client with his own words. Understanding the federal electronic surveillance statute is vital to defending both state, which is frequently tailored after the federal statute, and federal electronic surveillance prosecutions. This course provides a basic overview of the federal statute and highlights opportunities to attack electronic surveillanc...

General Credits
1
Price$50

Employee Manual: A Key Risk Management, Legal Compliance and HR Management Tool

Every employer has employment policies…some are written…and some are verbal…and some are “understood.” The best practice for the employer is to compile all of these rules in one place…an Employee Manual. This course will explore the ways that a well drafted Employee Manual may help satisfy the three functions that an employer must execute: (1) communicating Human Resources policies; (2) managing the risk of litigation by or on behalf of employees; (3) complying with the abundance of fed...

General Credits
2.5
Price$125

Key Issues in Presenting Expert Testimony in Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith Cases

Claims adjusters are typically used in bad faith litigation to opine as to the reasonableness of another claims adjuster 's conduct. Underwriters are typically experts in coverage litigation providing an opinion on underwriting specific risks and the interpretation and intent of specific policy provisions. Litigators must be careful to avoid pitfalls of using expert witnesses whose credibility might be easily attacked based on previous testimony or due to his or her relationship with a...

General Credits
1.5
Price$75

The Second Most Powerful Civil Statute: A Must Watch for Civil Litigators

New York City's Freelance Isn't Free Act was a first-of-its-kind statute enacted to extend protections for W-2 employees to freelance workers. In doing so, the NYC legislature went above and beyond to deter nonpayment and late payment to freelance workers. The statute has powerful civil remedies including negative presumptions against hiring parties, double damages, attorney's fees and more. Other jurisdictions are following NYC's lead, including New Jersey. Join this must-watch progra...

General Credits
1.5
Price$75

Estate Planning to Prevent Sudden Wealth Syndrome

Sudden Wealth Syndrome can occur when an heir is given a significant inheritance without time and support to adjust to suddenly being wealthy. The overwhelming pressures of unexpected and/or abrupt fortune can develop into emotional and behavioral afflictions. The result is usually mismanaging and squandering the inheritance. In short, your estate plan may have avoided probate and minimized taxes … but it did not help your clients’ heirs like your client intended. This CLE presentation...

General Credits
1.25
Price$50

The Role of Public Defense in Criminal Justice Reform

In this fascinating CLE, Mr. Hanlon will discuss his decade-long effort to enforce Rules of Professional Responsibility that are in effect throughout the nation for public defenders in the state courts, as well as pending federal legislation that would provide $1.25 billion over a five-year period to fund state and local public defense systems, conditioned upon substantial criminal justice system reform. Included in this presentation will be an analysis of the principles of qualitativ...

General Credits
1.25
Price$50

Preserving Trial Arguments for Appellate Review

This CLE course stresses the importance of properly preserving trial arguments and objections in order for the appellate courts to consider appellate review. Tracy Frankel alerts course participants to statutes requiring certain objections to be made at specific times, as well as recent case law exemplifying the risks of failing to challenge rulings, court actions, testimony, attorney conduct, judicial conduct, jury instructions, verdict sheets and verdicts at the appropriate time and...

General Credits
1.25
Price$50
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