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  • Non-Competes, Non-Disclosure (NDAs) and other Agreements that Regulate Employees’ Conduct

    Every company owns valuable tangible and intangible assets that might be illegally appropriated by a disgruntled former or current employee. These assets can be protected by Restrictive Covenant agreements which include: “Non-Compete” and “Non-Solicitation” agreements Non-Disclosure agreements (“NDAs”) including “customer list” protection Trade Secret agreements Non-Disparagement agreements Agreements Covering Company Owned Intellectual Property Agreements to Return Company Owned T... More Info

    $125
    2.5General Credits
  • Restrictive Covenants and State Governments: A Discussion on Recent State Laws Modifying the Use of Noncompetes

    This CLE program will discuss the recent trend amongst state governments to crack down on the use of non-competition agreements by businesses and employers. Recent laws have been passed by several states, and these laws differ widely in scope. The speaker will discuss how these laws modify the general standards regarding how businesses evaluate the use of restrictive covenants. More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Hot Topics in Broadway Law: Attack of the Coronavirus

    When the pandemic hit all of Manhattan’s 41 Broadway theaters closed at once due to COVID-19, shutting down both long-running hits like Hamilton and Wicked and new plays and musicals. This CLE program explores the complicated legal issues facing the professional theater industry as a result of COVID-19, which involve temporary livestreamed theatrical programming, the role of unions, intellectual property protection, ongoing contractual obligations, insurance coverage policies, refunds for canc... More Info

    $50
    1.25General Credits
  • New Guidance for Re-Opening Your Workplace During COVID-19

    Now that businesses are re-opening in the midst of COVID-19 and George Floyd outrage, there is a lot of confusion about employees rights upon return to work. Can I make my employees wear a mask? What should my employees do if looting starts in the workplace? Can I force my employee to get tested for COVID-19? What if my employee is too scared to come back to work? If you’re confused, this course will be helpful in better understanding an employer’s obligations when it comes to employee... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Re-Capturing the Family's Literary Jewels: Termination of Copyrights

    Hold onto your seats on this one. It will surprise many of you and cause you to question long-held beliefs that a contract is a contract and that any law attempting to negate an agreement that constitutes a meeting of the minds, has been entered into consciously, in good faith, by all parties, and for valid consideration, can possibly be constitutional. (Well I have news for you. It can and it is). This CLE lecture is focused on what, even to entertainment industry professionals, mi... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Business, Tax and Ethical Fundamentals Every Transactional Lawyer Needs to Know

    Understand the business and tax fundamentals associated with transactional law practices, as well as their ethical implications. Some of the important issues to be addressed include: the scope of engagement; factors to consider when accepting new clients or new matters; standards of care; what is taxable income, taxable liability, taxable gains and losses and gain and loss realization vs recognition; non-recognition provisions (1031 like kind exchanges; 1033 involuntary convers... More Info

    $75
    1.5Total Credits
    0.75 Ethics
  • Update in Arbitration Law

    Arbitration law has undergone significant changes over the past year. This course will explain those changes, paying particular attention to staying or compelling arbitration, enforcing or vacating wards, non-party discovery and arbitration in the era of zoom. The course will present arguments against arbitration and present case studies in a variety of possible maneuvers that can be taken as well as explain the most recent considerations in arbitration law including that of non-party... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • The Basics of Asset Protection

    This CLE course will provide an overview of various asset protection strategies. First, we will discuss the benefits of insurance, gifting, and retirement planning in the asset protection context. Next, we will explain the benefits of single member LLCs and Charging Order Protection entities such as multi-member LLCs and Limited Partnerships. Finally, we will analyze and compare Domestic and International Asset Protection Trusts. More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Hook, Line and Sinker: Tackling More Challenging Disability Cases

    This CLE program will explore the benefits that are available to adults and children from the Social Security Administration that have a medical determinable impairment that prevents them from engaging in work activity or functioning for a period of 12 months or more. In particular, we will focus on the lesser known benefit options available including benefits for children, benefits for widow/widowers, benefits for disabled adult children and benefits for individuals with work history complica... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Small Business Reorganizations under New Subchapter V of Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code

    The purpose of this CLE program will be to discuss the changes to the new Subchapter V of the bankruptcy code and its impact on small business reorganizations. President Trump signed into law the Small Business Reorganization Act (“SBRA”), Pub. L. No. 116-54. Congress increased the cap to $7,500,000 for the next year as part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act from $2,725,625.00. These provisions are not a new chapter of the bankruptcy code, but a subchapter of c... More Info

    $50
    1.25General Credits

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