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  • The COVID-19 Pandemic and Business Interruption: The Developing Rough Coverage Storm Ahead

    The unprecedented challenges of COVID-19, both from social distancing and the necessity to close businesses has created a domino effect across industries. Without an end in sight, businesses are evaluating their insurance policies to determine applicable coverage. This CLE course will explain business interruption insurance, its requirements and benefits and the review first cases filed for coverage. More Info

    $75
    1.5General Credits
  • The Importance of Music and Media in the Health of Clients and Wards: A Primer for Probate Lawyers and Guardians

    This CLE presentation will be heavily weighted on theory and research supplemented by patient cases and anecdotal observations to advance the major proposition of this paper. The course is designed to challenge and expand your thinking. Where the probate attorney is doing advanced planning, involved in any details regarding placement and funding of services for those cognitive deficits, or is acting as guardian, a working knowledge of the effects of music/media upon brain function is essentia... More Info

    $75
    1.5General Credits
  • Critical Legal Considerations for Healthcare Providers Responding to the Coronavirus Pandemic

    This CLE course will cover the key legal issues that health care practitioners and facilities along the continuum of care should consider in developing both their short and long term response and recoveries from the COVID-19 pandemic. We will cover President Trump’s March 13th Declaration of a National Emergency and its impact on providers, waivers of certain CMS conditions of participation, Section 1335 Waivers, EMTALA guidance for COVID-19 patients, relaxation of certain HIPAA provisions, s... More Info

    $75
    1.5General Credits
  • Marijuana and Hemp: How Did We Get Here and Where Are We Going?

    Over the last two decades, Marijuana and Hemp have been rebranded. Both have emerged as profitable industries in states that have fostered a conducive regulatory environments and investors have gravitated with cash in their pockets. As more states work towards marijuana legalization for either medical or retail purposes, many wonder when federal legalization will follow, if it does at all. Many states are also working to implement compliant hemp production programs under the USDA’s Domestic He... More Info

    $50
    1.25General Credits
  • The New Discovery Law: Practical Impact In Criminal Practice

    Criminal discovery in New York has dramatically changed. These new laws place the burden on the prosecution to provide extensive discovery shortly after the arraignment. This lecture will provide an overview of the new discovery law, recent changes that were passed in the State Budget, examine how these changes have applied in criminal practice, and how to use this information most effectively for your clients. More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • COVID-19 & Real Estate Transactions

    This CLE presentation will discuss how COVID-19 has affected real estate transactions in NY. Specifically, this presentation will cover: (I) Issues Facing Parties Already in Contract (i.e. delayed or cancelled appraisals, delayed commitment letters, delayed purchase applications and delayed closings), (II) New Negotiation Strategies for Buyers/Sellers Not Yet in Contract (i.e. outside termination dates, funding contingency language, general deadline extension language, no closing if... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • The “New Reality” of Design Responsibility for Construction Contractors and Subcontractors: Common Sense Recommendations

    The ‘New Reality’ of design responsibility is that construction contractors and subcontractors are doing more design whether overtly by express “design delegation” or even, at times, unintentionally. The consequences of a contractor taking on design responsibility can be costly because with responsibility generally comes liability. Join us to discuss how and why this happens and provide some “common sense” recommendations to avoid, where possible taking on design risk. Const... More Info

    $100
    2General Credits
  • Branding and Business, with a Primer on Non-Use Due to Covid-19

    This CLE course will help educate businesses and business counsel on key considerations when selecting a distinctive brand for the business’ services and products. In addition, Mr. Popowitz will discuss how a business can protect the brands they create, such as federal and state trademark registrations. As businesses operate and expand, they should continually look to grow their brands to make the brands more recognizable to the public, which in turn creates value. Lastly, Mr. Popowitz will go... More Info

    $50
    1.25General Credits
  • Cyberthreats to the Legal Profession: How Lawyers and Clients Can Protect their Data

    Cybersecurity is now top of mind for many lawyers, law firms, and government agencies as increased numbers of lawyers and staff members are working from home and more services are being provided remotely due to the Covid-19 outbreak. Our speakers will discuss the threats that lawyers face, what you need to know about the reasonable security requirement in the NY SHIELD Act, and the cybersecurity related obligations of lawyers. They will also outline steps you can take to improve your cyberse... More Info

    $75
    1.5General Credits
  • Crime and Entertainment

    This session looks at two distinct areas where criminal law and entertainment law intersect: when the crime is the story and when the criminals or victims are entertainment clients. The first part of the session will focus on issues producers and filmmakers will encounter when their film, TV, podcast, or theatrical project is based on a crime story - whether fictional or real (true crime) - and the legal complexities that can arise - such as life story rights, First Amendment rights, news wort... More Info

    $75
    1.75General Credits

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