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  • Mastering Courtroom Success: Winning Your Trial and Appeal

    This CLE course will cover the major aspects necessary to effectively present your case to maximize the possibility of winning a successful verdict, both when you are representing the plaintiff and when you are representing the defendant. The emphasis will be upon those aspects of the trial which make the difference between wim1ing or losing. In addition the Course will teach ways to "protect the record" so that, if you win the trial, your success will be upheld on appeal, if the other... More Info

    $100
    2General Credits
  • FLSA: New OT Rule: What You Need to Know

    This CLE program will explain the key provisions of the proposed FLSA Overtime Rule. You will learn how to prepare to comply while avoiding lawsuits and fines. What You'll Learn What will the new DOL rule change? How can you properly classify employees as exempt or non-exempt? What is the new salary level threshold? When will the new FLSA overtime rule take effect? What changes should you make in your organization to comply? Will there be court challenges to the new rule? More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Filing Social Security Disability Appeals in Federal Court

    Filing a Social Security case in Federal Court can be a daunting task. There are many prerequisites to meet before the case can be filed and the window to file is rather limited. This course will focus on ascertaining your chance of success. follow proper court procedures. and write your brief in a convincing matter. This course will enable you to: Determine whether to file in United States District Court; The proper Court in which to file the case; Procedures for be... More Info

    $75
    1.5General Credits
  • Reel Ethics: Navigating Ethical Dilemmas Through Film and TV Scenarios

    This fun interactive CLE course will cover various ethical scenarios by analyzing ethical dilemmas presented in popular movies and television shows, and how to best navigate such issues. Real life examples will be presented, along with solutions and considerations, along with possible outcomes. A mock format will be utilized, with the focus being on the New York Rules of Professional Conduct. This course is designed to provide you with the skills to evaluate and handle ethical issues... More Info

    $50
    1Ethics Credit
  • Pregnancy in the Workplace: Understanding the New Laws on Accommodations for Pregnancy and Lactation

    If you thought you understood your obligations from a legal perspective of handling a pregnant employee in your workplace, think again. The rules are changing so quickly it is often hard to keep up. This CLE will answer your most important questions on this topic such as whether you even have to accommodate a pregnant employee since a normal pregnancy is not a “disability” within the meaning of the ADA/ADAAA. What laws come into play when an employee requests to be able to take more... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • ABA Model Rules Of Professional Conduct and AI Ethics: Key Highlights of the New Challenges Facing Attorney Compliance

    Every rule of the ABA’s Model Rules of Professional Conduct has been impacted by the presence of artificial intelligence. During this CLE, we will examine key concerns arising under the ABA Model Rules when juxtaposed against the realities and challenges imposed when practicing law alongside the less structured, if at times, nonexistent, ethical underpinnings of artificial intelligence. This CLE will be 100% “lawyer friendly.” It will begin with a brief overview of what is artificial inte... More Info

    $75
    1.5Ethics Credits
  • Diversity & Inclusion: Recognizing the Damaging Effects of Implicit Bias in the Workplace

    Implicit bias, the unconscious associations that shape our thoughts and actions, is increasingly recognized as a crucial area of study. These biases often originate from our personal experiences, cultural backgrounds, societal norms, and media influences. This CLE program offers an in-depth exploration of implicit bias and its pervasive impact on the legal field and workplace dynamics. Attorneys will gain insights into how implicit biases can subtly influence behaviors and decision-maki... More Info

    $50
    1Diversity/Inclusion
  • Legal Aspects of Artificial Intelligence: Navigating the Digital Frontier

    Artificial Intelligence (AI) is rapidly transforming the landscape of legal practice, bringing both opportunities and challenges. This CLE course will delve into the essential aspects of AI and its implications for the legal profession while adhering to legal and ethical standards. Whether you're an AI novice or a seasoned professional, this course will provide crucial guidance on navigating the evolving AI landscape in law. More Info

    $100
    2General Credits
  • Telling Them What They Don’t Want to Hear: Maintaining Your Ethics and Your Client Relationships

    This CLE course covers the interplay of (1) ethical issues and (2) relationship issues in talking with clients about things they don’t necessarily want to hear. These things include talking with them about (a) when things don’t go the way you’ve planned; (b) when you’ve made a mistake; (c) when they have what you think is a bad idea; (d) when you don’t believe them; (e) when they want you to do something inappropriate; and (f) when they may be mentally incompetent. The perspective is t... More Info

    $50
    1Ethics Credit
  • The Ethics of Law Firm Lateral Transitions

    The days when lawyers stayed in the same firm for their entire careers are almost gone. Lawyers move to new firms every day. Each step in such a move is subject to complex (and sometimes contradictory) ethical and legal rules, as the lawyers must weigh their own rights against their obligations to their current partners, their potential new firm and – most importantly – their clients. Ronald Minkoff, a lawyer who has handled dozens of lateral moves for both law firms and lateral law... More Info

    $50
    1Ethics Credit
  • Implicit Bias and DEI Today: Challenges & Opportunities

    All human beings including lawyers have implicit biases. Indeed, such biases result from natural biochemical processes and reactions in the human brain. Knowing the science of implicit bias enhances our understanding of reactive human behavior while also providing key indicators to avoid significant liability outcomes. This CLE course, presented by Professor Bruce Adelson, will include his scholarship at Georgetown University School of Medicine and University of Pittsburgh School of L... More Info

    $50
    1Diversity/Inclusion
  • Professionalism and Civility for Attorneys: Mastering First Impressions and Effective Communication

    In today's interconnected world, how you present yourself professionally can make or break your career. This CLE course offers practical strategies for crafting a strong, lasting professional brand. From the courtroom to Zoom meetings, and across all forms of social media, your verbal and non-verbal communication is constantly under scrutiny. Learn the art of making a powerful first impression and maintaining a consistent professional demeanor in every interaction. We’ll cover essential... More Info

    $50
    1Ethics Credit
  • New Developments in Sports Law: A Time of Change in the Collegiate and Professional Landscape

    In the last year, college sports is seeing nothing less than a revolution. It's model of amateurism is under attack, both in antitrust litigation in the courts and at various regional offices of the National Labor Relations Board ("NLRB"). A day is coming where big-time college athletics will be professionalized, with new challenges and uncertainties for various stakeholders. In the professional sports area, team sales, an increasing fractured media rights universe and ongoing issues s... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Do's and Don'ts for Zoning Hearings

    What is a public hearing and why is it necessary. Is it different from a public meeting? This CLE program will help you understand the importance of public hearings especially in the context of zoning and land use projects. The do's and don’ts of what to say, what not to say and how to make sure you successfully comply with procedure and technical aspects of a public hearing will be fully explained during this seminar by an experienced land use attorney. The presenter is a seasoned pra... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • 1st and 4th Amendment and Employment Cases: Difficult Issues and Lessons Learned

    Experienced litigators in the areas of First and Fourth Amendment Law and Employment Law share perspectives on difficult issues and lessons regarding some of the most interesting and timely issues of our day. The presenters will seek to impart lessons you may not have learned in law school or perhaps in some books so that newer and less-experienced counsel gain the competence to successfully handle these matters at the motions stage, at trial, on appeal or by settlement. Learn practica... More Info

    $175
    3.5General Credits
  • Navigating Florida's Legal Tools for Mental Illness: Marchman Act, Guardianship, and Baker Act

    Florida has three statutes that enable counsel representing an individual seeking to protect a loved one who is suffering from substance use and mental health disorders. In this CLE presentation we will analyze how the Marchman Act, Guardianship, and Baker Act can work separately and together to accomplish that goal. We will examine why one cause of action may be more appropriate than another, and why often, all three may come into play in the same case. We will also examine the time... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Prosecutors and Restitution: Navigating Ethical Challenges

    In many criminal cases, crime victims are desperately injured and dramatically inconvenienced in a long, confusing, and challenging legal process. The road to recovery physically, legally, emotionally, and personally can be hard. In those exact same cases, criminal defendants face their own series of setbacks and challenges from a legal system managing countless cases and conflicting philosophical priorities. Their road to “justice” encounters its own breed of challenges. Wedged so... More Info

    $50
    1Ethics Credit
  • Wetlands Law & Policy: From the Federal Clean Water Act to Local Administration

    Wetlands Science and Law became a very important part of general environmental law, primarily beginning with the Industrial Revolution of the 1700s. Wetlands has paramount importance from the mushy area behind a residential backyard to mitigating Global Climate Change. Topics will include, but in legal parlance, not exclusive of: A brief history of Wetlands – Bogs, Fens, Marshes, Prairie Potholes, Bayous, Swamps, et-cetera The history of law and policy General environmental law I... More Info

    $75
    1.5General Credits
  • Lawyers and Generative Artificial Intelligence: What Could Go Wrong: Ethical and Other Concerns

    Artificial intelligence and, more specifically, generative artificial intelligence (GAI) is increasingly used by attorneys. GAI is touted as being revolutionary and "game-changing" for the legal profession for purposes of litigation and providing broader legal services to clients. However, GAI brings with it risks and well as benefits. This CLE program will consider the nature of GAI, how it could be used by attorneys, the risks that might present to attorneys and clients, and the ethi... More Info

    $50
    1Ethics Credit
  • Handling Cannabis Personal Injury Lawsuits

    There is a false perception that marijuana and cannabis products such as CBD are harmless. They are not. Attorneys and the public are not used to thinking about marijuana as a cause of personal injuries. However, marijuana has proven to cause many personal injuries and attorneys should be aware of potential liability claims. Some marijuana industry defense attorneys have been warning their clients of future personal injury cannabis litigation. This webinar will help them advise their c... More Info

    $100
    2General Credits
  • Understanding Financial Solutions While Planning for Possible Long-term Care

    This CLE course will provide attorneys with a comprehensive overview of methodology and techniques for preserving their client’s assets while planning for the possibility of incapacity and future institutional or home care services through Medicaid. The presentation will provide an overview of the Medicaid Asset Protection Trust wherein the homestead and liquid assets can be transferred and the Medicaid applicant (settlor) would retain the ability to receive government benefits. He or... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • The Intersection of Bias and Legal Ethics

    Although bias typically has a negative connotation, one can be biased in favor of a thing, a smell, or a person in a positive way. On the flip side, bias also plays a role in discrimination. The purpose of this CLE course is to explore bias and its role in discrimination within the practice of law and in situations where attorneys may advise clients. Additionally, suggestions for addressing bias and implementing solutions on a personal and organizational level are also considered. More Info

    $50
    1Diversity/Inclusion
  • Protecting Your Trademark In The Face of EU’s, GPDR and U.S. Privacy Laws- Case Study and Practical Tips

    This CLE course will demonstrate why it has become increasingly difficult to identify internet trademark infringers, the obstacles often encountered during the process of identifying trademark infringers on the world-wide web and what you need to know to secure relief from their infringement. We will discuss GDPR and U.S. Privacy laws, the obstacles they present in trying to identify infringers who only do business on the internet, and the mechanisms and practical considerations for se... More Info

    $100
    2General Credits
  • Silicon Valley Bank: Do Its Outside Directors Share in the Blame for Its Failure?

    This riveting CLE course reviews the well-publicized failure of the high-flying Silicon Valley Bank. This bank ran out of money as a result of a quick, massive run on the bank—depositors sought their money back—immediately after the public disclosure of serious financial problems. The demise of this Bank—with $209 billion in assets, its failure was the second biggest in U.S. history—received immediate widespread analysis and attention, much of which has been focused on the quality of... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Starting, Managing and Growing Your New Practice

    Starting any new business can be daunting. You have the legal knowledge and perhaps even some clients, but how do you start and manage the business side of the firm—something typically not taught in law school! This CLE will focus on effectively managing the business and tips for running an effective office. Topics will cover how to select a location and balance the rent obligation with subletting possibilities. Also discussed will be staffing, including perhaps sharing a secretary,... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Defying Limits: Breaking the Boundaries of Adverse Possession

    Adverse possession is a phrase we all learned in law school, and then promptly forgot. But the concept has been with human society for millennia, and will likely last until the final day a person walks the earth. So long as the elements are met, adverse possession gives people the right to automatically be deemed owners of real estate that they may not have purchased – even without filing a suit for such relief. This CLE course will address the various secrets, critical elements, and... More Info

    $100
    2General Credits
  • Compliance and Legal Trends in The Financial Industry

    Join industry leaders for an in-depth discussion on the latest legal trends, critical focus areas, and innovative strategies shaping legal and compliance functions within financial firms. This CLE session will provide valuable insights into how these changes are impacting the sector and share their approaches to navigating evolving business, regulatory, and technological landscapes. Key topics will include: Regulatory Burden: Understand the complexities and increasing demands of re... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Ask FINRA Senior Leaders

    During this CLE session, FINRA senior staff provide updates on key regulatory issues and initiatives. Panelists address questions relating to FINRA’s risk-based examination program, disciplinary actions, market regulation programs and new and anticipated rules, among other topics. This session will discuss: Modernization of FINRA Rules in a post-COVID world (RSL, Remote Inspection Pilot), the current regulatory landscape and FINRA Rulemaking, Risk Monitoring Questionnaires, Exam Moder... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Crowdfunding Capital Raises: Considerations for Broker-Dealers & Funding Portals

    This CLE session explores aspects of Regulation CF and considerations for broker-dealers and funding portals within the crowdfunding realm. Join panelists at this session to gain knowledge on emerging regulatory risks and practices broker-dealers and funding portals can implement to stay in compliance. This session will discuss: Considerations for broker-dealers engaging in Regulation Crowdfunding offerings. Considerations for funding portals engaging in Regulation Crowdfunding offe... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Crypto Assets: Trends, Regulatory Developments and Resources

    Join this session to learn about the latest cryptocurrency regulatory developments including the crypto-assets retail communications sweep and rule proposal, current trends in crypto misconduct, and resources and guidance firms can leverage. This session will discuss: • Regulatory Developments: ­ Crypto-assets retail communications sweep published in December 2023 ­ Disclosure concerns with OBAs/private securities transactions and net capital issues ­ Themes from crypto survey (reg... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Financial Crimes: Outpacing the Threats

    This CLE will explore how threat actors are attempting to defraud investors through tactics including market manipulation, new account fraud, cryptocurrency and generative AI. Panelists address the most prominent threats and share effective practices and resources to help firms proactively combat criminals. This session will discuss: • Threats: ­ Microcap IPO manipulation and single stock ETFs for AML ­ Fraud and Sanctions or Manipulative Trading topics ­ New account fraud (includi... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • FINRA's Disciplinary Hearing Process

    Hear from FINRA Enforcement counsel, defense counsel, and a hearing panelist as they broaden awareness about FINRA's disciplinary hearing process and highlight distinctions between self-driven hearings and administrative law judge hearings. This CLE course will discuss: The differences between FINRA hearings versus hearings by administrative law judges; The conflicts clearance process for panelists and hearing officers; The full lifecycle of a case from the pre-complaint phase throu... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • The Latest in Private Placement Sales Oversight

    Learn about regulatory developments, compliance obligations and effective compliance practices related to the sales of private placements, including relevant topics such as Regulation Best Interest, communications, due diligence and conflicts of interest. This session will discuss: Review regulatory developments, compliance obligations and effective compliance practices related to private placements, including discussion about Reg BI, Communications, Due Diligence and Conflicts of I... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Top 10 Lease Mistakes & Pitfalls and How to Steer Clear of Them

    This program will provide an overview of commercial real estate leasing and the common mistakes made by those drafting and reviewing such leases. Although geared towards landlords and the pitfalls they want to avoid, it will also address some tenant concerns and the best way to negotiate the terms of the lease, from both viewpoints. We will examine the most common provisions in a commercial lease, how to ensure that the parties are protected from unintended consequences and ways to m... More Info

    $75
    1.5General Credits
  • Developments in Remote Supervision

    This CLE course will explore the latest remote supervision developments including the remote inspection pilot program, amendments to supervision rules to cover Residential Supervisory Locations and risk-based supervision best practices. This session will discuss: Sunsetting of current COVID relief, and the implementation of Rules 3110.18 and 3110.19 How to functionally report residential locations and RSLs in Firm Gateway Remote supervision best practices and considerations FAQs fo... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Fixed Income Securities Regulatory Outlook

    This CLE session addresses the latest regulatory focuses related to both fixed income and municipal securities, including Time of Trade disclosures, SEA Rule 15c2-11, and considerations firms should keep in mind with respect to exam priorities, findings, and enforcement actions. This session will discuss: Updates to SEA Rule 15c2-11 Time of Trade Disclosures, including Municipal Fund Securities and Market Discount Transaction Reporting Municipal short closeouts/ possession and co... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Modernizing Off-Channel Communications Supervision

    Join panelists as they discuss observations from thematic reviews of off-channel communications such as text and social media platforms and effective techniques firms are using to provide oversight of their firms’ communications. This session will discuss: Communications Landscape Rule Requirements--Books and Records, Communications with the Public, and Supervision SEC and FINRA Enforcement Actions Observations from Thematic Reviews of Off-Channel Communications OSE-Facilitated Comm... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Promoting Market Integrity: FINRA’s Role in Market Structure

    Hear regulatory and industry perspectives on FINRA’s role in promoting market integrity and on the new and evolving rules such as current market structure proposals, securities lending and how transparency initiatives are shaping the market. This CLE discusses: New and emerging rules SEC market structure proposals, securities lending, and other transparency initiatives More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Technology Governance: Mitigating Risk Throughout the Vendor Lifecycle

    This CLE course dives into factors firms should consider when outsourcing activities or functions to third-party providers. Hear from panelists as they discuss how to mitigate vendor risk with strong technology governance programs that encompass the lifecycle of vendor engagement, from onboarding, performing ongoing due diligence, responding to events, and offboarding. This session will discuss: Vendor Management and Due Diligence Regulatory Notice 21-29 (FINRA Reminds Firms of their... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • The Plaintiff Fact Sheet (“PFS”) in a Mass Tort Setting

    The Plaintiff Fact Sheet (PFS) is a written questionnaire which takes the place of non-negotiated interrogatories, or written questions, and is typically served in Mass Tort litigation. In a Mass Tort case, the Parties negotiate the questions to be asked on the PFS questionnaires. The Defendants are entitled to ask questions in a PFS that provides both basic information about the claimant (date of birth, marital status) and specific information (date of injury, type of injury, name... More Info

    $50
    1.25General Credits
  • The Progression of Regulation Best Interest and Form CRS

    During this CLE session, panelists discuss recent observations on firm adherence to Regulation Best Interest and Form CRS and share guidance on Reasonably Available Alternatives, the Care Obligation, and Conflicts of Interest. This session will discuss: Actions: ­ Recent SEC and FINRA findings in Reg BI and Form CRS Interpretation, guidance and best practices: ­ Recent SEC and FINRA findings in Reg BI and Form CRS ­ Reg Notice 23-20 ­ Form CRS FAQs ­ Reasonably Available Alter... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Winning Strategies for Soft Tissue Injuries

    Winning Jury Trial Strategies for Soft Tissue Injury in Car Crash cases: This program will concentrate on the most successful methods on achieving great results on soft tissue sprain/strain types of injuries in crash cases. The program will summarize these winning strategies from the starting point of Voir Dire to the ending point of Closing Argument. More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • The Mediator's Toolkit: 15 Strategies Towards A Successful Mediation

    Mediation has been called an art and not a science. It is true that there is not one specific way to conduct a mediation. However, there are tried-and-true methods for facilitating a successful mediation. That success will be determined by the attainment of Win-Win by both parties. This CLE program will outline and discuss strategies that ensure that the mediation will be dignified and productive. Many of these strategies can be used in non-mediation circumstance such as negotiations,... More Info

    $50
    1.25General Credits
  • Conflicts of Interest in the Financial Services Industry: What Every Attorney Needs to Know

    Do you refer clients to financial advisers? Lawyers need to understand the regulatory framework that distinguishes financial advisers, particularly in light of new (2020) disclosure documents (Form CRS). In this program, we will cover how financial advisers are regulated; how standards of care differ; how to recognize potential conflicts of interest that can affect the adviser-client relationship; and most importantly, how new SEC disclosure tools make your due diligence process easie... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • The Chevron Doctrine: Revisited

    Chief Justice Marshall memorably stated in Marbury v. Madison: “it is emphatically the province and duty of the judicial department to say what the law is.” Decades ago Professor Benard Schwartz’s lectures made it abundantly clear that the separation of powers doctrine had undergone a major case of radical surgery in an increasingly and technically complex society. Recently, the United States Supreme Court heard oral arguments on whether, despite stare decisis, Chevron v. Natural Resources Def... More Info

    $150
    3General Credits
  • Utilizing Body Cam Footage in a DUI Case

    In the last several years, body worn cameras have become all but universally employed by law enforcement across the country. This has had a dramatic impact on DUI prosecutions. For extreme cases (patent impairment and/or no impairment cases) body worn cameras can help resolve cases early on. This discussion will focus on how to utilize body worn camera footage where the defendant’s level of impairment is not self-evident and a hearing and subsequent trial are anticipated. In those... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Guerrilla Warfare Tactics in Federal IP Cases

    Anybody can draft and file a lawsuit. There are so many templates on the Internet or available from multiple sources, such as form books and treatises that With a little care and attention, most anyone can craft and file a brief for copyright infringement or trademark infringement or patent infringement Indeed, the entertainment industry is flooded with screenwriters and actors who with a little self-help procured from online sources or from a quick trip to a bookstore, file lawsuits of... More Info

    $75
    1.5General Credits
  • The ADA and Employment Discrimination

    This CLE course will focus on Title One of the Americans with Disabilities Act and what the requirements are on employers under the ADA. The class will go into detail as to what constitutes discrimination, conditions which must be accommodated, what type of accommodations a business is obligated to grant, what accommodations a business is not required to grant, the process to grant accommodations, and when a business is excused from accommodating an employee. The course will also inclu... More Info

    $100
    2General Credits
  • Navigating Ethical Challenges: AI Adoption in Legal Practice

    In light of the widespread emergence of GenAI tools throughout society, the panelists will focus on how GenAI can be used responsibly in the legal industry, consistently with the Model Rules of Professional Conduct. The panelists will discuss the ethical implication of GenAI usage and offer practical tips on how to effectively and efficiently weave GenAI into the practice of law. More Info

    $50
    1Ethics Credit
  • Trademarks: Name Selection, Application Process, Maintenance, and Running a Practice

    A trademark practitioner provides an overview of how to manage a trademark practice, from onboarding and managing clients, evaluating proposed marks and conflict analysis, and through the application process. This introductory CLE course will explain the role and process of trademark practitioners. The course will explain how practitioners manage a trademark practice and include a thorough overview of the process from onboarding and managing clients, evaluating proposed marks and confli... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • How To Write a Persuasive Motion

    This CLE course is designed to explore the art of drafting persuasive legal motions. Tailored for practicing attorneys seeking to enhance their advocacy skills, this one-hour course delves into structuring compelling arguments, constructing engaging factual narratives, and navigating the stages of motion practice. From mastering citation formats to addressing ethical considerations, participants will gain practical tips essential for effective motion writing. Whether you're a seasoned... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Misconduct in the Representation of a Client

    In this CLE program two experienced practitioners will discuss the scope and application of Model Rules 1.16 and 8.4(d). They will discuss the recent amendment to Rule 1.16 that either imposes entirely new duties on lawyers to monitor how their clients use their services or simply codifies a duty that already existed. Opponents take the position that it is a substantial change made by the ABA in the face of pressure from the Department of Treasury, Congress, and the Financial Action T... More Info

    $50
    1Ethics Credit
  • Federal & State Ethics Rules For Immigration Lawyers & Other Multijurisdictional Practices Areas

    In federal practice areas like immigration, determining which rules apply can be complicated. The tribunal might have its own rules, and the practice itself is multijurisdictional in nature. This program will help lawyers determine which rules apply and also compare and contrast the federal and state rules. Additionally, we will address the bar complaint requirement that is unique to the practice of immigration law. The following topics will be discussed: Which rules apply? S... More Info

    $50
    1Ethics Credit
  • New Developments in Veterans Affairs Law

    Veterans law just got more exciting. Although veterans lost an important case at the Federal Circuit on the Blue Water Navy, the implementing regulations published by the VA have given rise to a whole lot of new issues concerning Blue Water and possible expansions to Okinawa and Panama. This presentation is geared toward practitioners who help guide veterans through the labyrinth of the VA bureaucracy to gain benefits tied to military toxic exposure. More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Building Your Practice While Complying with the Attorney Advertising Rules

    In this ethics CLE you will learn advanced techniques and best practices to build your practice ethically and in compliance with attorney advertising rules. The program will review the attorney advertising rules and how they apply to public relations, marketing, social media, advertising and website practices. Some of the topics covered include how to build an effective content creation program, optimizing google ad performance, website SEO best practices, and discussions on whether an... More Info

    $100
    2Ethics Credits
  • How Magnuson-Moss and UCC Article 2 Apply to Car Warranty Claims: Dealing with Lemons

    This CLE course will teach a general practitioner the basic legal concepts needed to litigate a lemon law case. It will cover express and implied warranties, both under the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act and under state laws; state Lemon Laws; and fraud and state consumer fraud acts. After participation, attorneys will gain the basic conceptual tools to handle a lemon law case. More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • The Use of Investigators in Litigation Matters

    Investigations by lawyers are an essential element of most litigation matters. Lawyers investigate the opposing parties and the facts underlying the case through the use of third-party investigators, researching public records, interviewing witnesses and sometimes by conducting surveillance. Additionally, lawyers sometimes need to investigate their own clients or witnesses to a case. Lawyers may need more information about their own clients to assure themselves of the truthfulness of... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • The Mathematics of Charitable Planning

    Tax, estate and charitable planners have the opportunity to do tremendous good for charitable causes while saving their clients tax dollars and providing recognition and security. Charitable Remainder Trusts, Charitable Lead Annuity Trusts, the transfer of Remainder Interests, and Qualified Charitable Dispositions of IRAs are all popular techniques that can provide significant tax and charitable benefits. This program will review each of these techniques and show how the calculation an... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Basic Business Lawyering For Small Company Clients

    Providing business law services to small company clients is similar to…but is not the same …as doing so for a medium sized or larger company. This CLE course is primarily directed to (a) beginning lawyers who plan to practice business law; (b) experienced lawyers who have switched, or plan to switch from other practice areas to business law and (c) in either case, to mostly represent “smaller” companies (e.g., typically less than $100M annual revenue; less than 500 employees). The cour... More Info

    $175
    3.5General Credits
  • The Rise of The Machines: A Lawyer's Guide to Avoiding Legal Extinction

    This CLE course will introduce attorneys, across the board, to the transformative effects of Artificial Intelligence (AI) within the legal industry. It begins with a clear-cut breakdown of AI and Machine Learning (ML), and their practical applications in law. Then, with focus on how to harness the power of AI for legal tasks using tools like Generative Pre-trained Transformers (GPT), participants will learn straightforward techniques to improve research and document drafting with AI assistance... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Data Privacy in Higher Education

    This CLE is designed for lawyers who want a better understanding of the unique data privacy concerns relevant to higher education. Colleges and Universities must comply with data privacy standards that can impact students, employees, alumni, donors, and the work of the institution. The course is meant to provide a general overview of the topic of data privacy as it applies to the unique needs of this industry. More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Green Cards Based On The Violence Against Women's Act

    The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) was originally passed by Congress in 1994 and has been reauthorized several times since, most recently in 2013. This course will cover VAWA when implemented in immigration. The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) in immigration offers vital protections to immigrant survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and trafficking. VAWA enables survivors to pursue self-petitions for green cards, shielding them from deportation and empowering them to bre... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • The Business Side Of Your Plaintiffs Practice: Survival In The Dark Days and What To Do When The Sun Shines

    Our speakers are the senior principals in their own firms and have many years of experience in managing their litigation practice. They will provide their thoughts, based on that experience, about what you need to know in managing that type of law practice in today’s environment, with an emphasis on small and more medium sized firms. They will address the list of management issues with an emphasis on overseeing your case load, your intake, and the operation of your practice. The pan... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Getting and Keeping Cases From The Plaintiffs Perspective: Delivering on Your Promises of Performance

    Our speakers will discuss how to realistically market your firm given your experience and firm resources. Not everyone can afford television and media advertising, so how to you get the word out. The panelists will also discuss ways to ensure your client relationships are maintained at a high level, and how your clients can contribute to your marketing efforts. This is a practical overview of the business of attracting clients and keeping them informed and responsive to your efforts.... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • The Mathematics of Estate Tax Planning

    The federal estate tax and the financial dynamics that apply to each family can vary in terms of values, growth, income tax rates, spending, discounts, and many other factors. Attempting to plan with common strategies without "running the numbers" can result in less than optimal planning results and the payment of unnecessary federal estate taxes. Furthermore, the failure to consider income tax implications and what might occur in any given situation can have a catastrophic impact on families.... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • The NYC Board of Standards and Appeals: How to File an Application

    This CLE will detail the application process and the required legal findings to file an application at the NYC Board of Standards and Appeals seeking a zoning variance. The variance is designed to alleviate a zoning hardship that prevents the property from being developed with a viable use. NYC Zoning regulations were first established in 1961 and in some cases, certain tax lots were over regulated and in need of relief. The BSA was established as a safety value to provide such reli... More Info

    $100
    2General Credits
  • Ethical Duties When Representing Clients and Working on Client Files

    Many lawyers may not fully understand the Bar rules and ethical considerations regarding whether to take on a client representation, continue the representation, and/or terminate the representation (and everything in between). This CLE course will address some very important ethical considerations to help lawyers when representing clients and working on client files/matters. More Info

    $50
    1Ethics Credit
  • Family Based Immigration and Naturalization

    This program will provide an overview of Family-Based Green Card and Non-Immigrant Dependent visas. This CLE course will review the qualifying relationships, eligibility issues, time-frames, filing processes, and work and travel issues while waiting for the green card for certain applicants. The Instructor will discuss the pros and cons of filing Adjustment of Status and Consular Processing, among other issues. This CLE will address Conditional Permanent Residence, when Permanent Resi... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Terrorism On Trial: An Overview of Anti-Terrorism Litigation in Federal Courts

    This CLE course will provide an introduction to the niche world of anti-terrorism litigation, providing an overview of the most commonly-used federal anti-terrorism statutes: 28 U.S.C. 1605A (the “terrorism exception” to the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act) and the Anti-Terrorism Act (ATA) as amended by the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA). It will also cover eligibility criteria, timelines and key hurdles to obtaining a judgment, available damages, policy implication... More Info

    $50
    1.25General Credits
  • Discharging Federal Student Loans Under The New DOJ Guidance

    The Department of Justice and Department of Education announced the publication of guidance and forms regarding discharge of student loans in bankruptcy. The new guidance provides clear eligibility requirements and more expeditious process for bankruptcy debtors seeking undue hardship discharges of federal student loans. The new guidance will dramatically change the treatment of federal student loans in bankruptcy and bring much needed relief to student loan borrowers. The course will... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Hot Topics in Employment & Labor Law

    This CLE course provides an overview of what to expect on the Employment and Labor horizon. Specifically, the course explores recent legal developments at both the federal and state level, focusing on recent changes to the law, as well as making predictions for the future. Further, the course will explore recent decisions from the Supreme Court and will strive to prepare employers to effectively meet new legal requirements. Discussion will include specific happenings at the NLRB, and t... More Info

    $75
    1.5General Credits
  • Mindfulness for Attorneys: Emotional Wellness & Well-Being

    Join us for an insightful exploration of mental well-being in the legal profession, where personal stories of burnout, recovery, and mental health challenges take center stage. Drawing from real-life experiences, this program offers practical strategies for managing stress and achieving work-life balance. Discover how to recognize and address the early signs of burnout and learn effective techniques for maintaining mental health in a high-pressure environment. Gain tools for boosting p... More Info

    $50
    1Atty Wellness
  • Navigating AI Ethics and Detection: Insights for Lawyers and Legal Professionals

    This CLE course will provide legal practitioners with a sound, backdrop of the legal environment of ethics in the use of generative AI. The landscape is rapidly changing and practitioners should bear this mind as they apprehend the materials and discussion offered in this course. The course will cover the most recent ABA Resolution pertaining to the use and ethics of AI, recent case law, an overview of the various segments of ethical considerations in the law, court rules and executive... More Info

    $100
    2Total Credits
    1 Ethics
  • Legal Research in the AI Era

    Did you know that the earliest successful Artificial Intelligence program dates back to 1951? Since then, AI programs have made noticeable, but usually small, advances in legal research. That is, until the large language model (LLM), ChatGPT, was released in November 2022. Companies are releasing products at a record pace using ChatGPT as the underpinning structure. Both Westlaw and Lexis incorporated AI-assisted research features in their newest release. This CLE program will explai... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Tax Law Logic for Non Tax Lawyers

    Taxation is an issue that is pervasive in the practice of law. For those who pay taxes, file tax returns, or may be subject to those duties it’s useful, if not critical, to understand the principles underlying the processes on which IRS and other tax authorities will judge whether any or more is owed, or even whether a crime has been committed. Tax law and tax assessments are based on principles that are bedrock for testing and protecting one’s own tax positions and essential for succe... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • International Intellectual Property Transactions in Many Countries

    This CLE Course will briefly review the basics of the intellectual property categories recognized under the laws of the United States and many other countries, and the ways that the associated intellectual property rights can be registered internationally. This CLE will move quickly to issues relating to why protection under these categories is not good enough, and to developing business activities that hard to condense into the traditional IP categories. This CLE will raise question... More Info

    $75
    1.5General Credits
  • Unusually Important Federal Tax Cases: What Attorneys Need to Know

    This CLE program covers six federal taxation cases of recent vintage that are important for tax attorneys to commit to memory. Business law attorneys, who often find themselves in federal taxation deep water, can benefit from this Program because they will gain appreciation of the way federal tax law may change through court opinions in contrast to Congressional legislation and Department of Treasury tax regulation writing. The cases together cover following taxation topics: Valuati... More Info

    $100
    2General Credits
  • The SSA Disability Sequential Evaluation Process

    The Sequential Evaluation Process (SEP) is the five-step evaluative process utilized by Social Security to determine who gets disability benefits. But how does the process work? What sort of evidence is needed to get past each step? Can you lose your case at any of the five steps? “Social Security Disability Sequential Evaluation Process” shines light on this often-opaque process to which the nearly 2 million disability applicants each year are subjected. If you’re new to SSA Disa... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Mortgage Mayhem: What Attorneys Need to Know About Loan Applicant Protections

    The most confusing, time consuming, stressful and infrequent transaction your clients will face is purchasing a home. Because of this, most consumers simply check-out and become overly-reliant on the loan officer to protect their interests. Consumers say, “Let the experts handle it. I’m here for the coffee.” This is a mistake. A home loan is a “zero-sum” game for the loan officer – either the loan closes or it doesn’t. There is a commission or there isn’t. As a result, some loan officers stack... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Winning Motions to Suppress: Cross Examination of Police for Warrantless Vehicle Searches

    This CLE course will focus on practical methods of cross-examination of police officer witnesses where a traffic stop resulted in a warrantless vehicle search. The course will cover conducting a thorough client interview/intake form. Additionally, the course will go over common mistakes attorneys make when cross-examining police officer witnesses. And finally, this course will go over structuring your cross-examination, utilizing the information received from the client interview, and a... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • The Effects of Trauma and Compassion Fatigue on the Lawyer Who Cares

    Many of us were attracted to the legal profession because we care about people and want to help them. Attorneys hopefully recognize that, unlike many other professionals, their lives are already filled to the brim with anxiety and stress. The consequences of shrugging it off can be catastrophic. One of those consequences that we often hear about is burnout. And then there’s a special type of burnout called “secondary traumatic stress” or “compassion fatigue”. The ramifications of trau... More Info

    $50
    1Atty Wellness
  • New Jersey Attorney Trust And Business Accounting Fundamentals

    Attorneys practicing in the State of New Jersey lawyers are required by the Court Rules and the RPCs to maintain trust and business accounts. This informative CLE course focuses on the rules and ethics of establishing the required trust and business accounts and offers practical advice on how to maintain those accounts. The course will also offer tips and strategies to avoid the pitfalls and errors that many new attorneys encounter. More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • How to Use AI to Grow Your Practice

    Discover practical AI applications to enhance your law firm's productivity, performance, and profit. This hands-on session will guide you through the latest AI tools to streamline tasks, optimize client communication, and foster team development. You'll learn to implement smart, accessible strategies for immediate improvements in case management and client service, without a steep learning curve. Ideal for attorneys ready to transform their practice through technology and gain a competitive ed... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Examining Strength and Identifying Ambiguity: Finding Solutions in a CA Prostitution Case

    This CLE presentation covers the basics of a California Solicitation/Prostitution charge. The presentation covers the following: Covering the basics of a California Prostitution charge Legal defenses to the charge and the structure of how to examine and break down a prostitution/solicitation matter Dealing with clients facing solicitation charges Finally, we discuss strategies and favorable dispositions. This course is good for someone who is considering taking on prostitution ma... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Things That a Real Estate Attorney Doesn't Want to Hear

    This informative CLE course will address 50 selected inquiries that are posed to Real Estate Attorneys on a daily basis. The course will offer thorough, in-depth and creative responses to address those inquiries. While many of the inquiries are weighty, some seem fairly obvious and yet, the course will address all questions no matter how basic, providing a model for Real Estate Attorneys, who risk harming potential client relationships by ignoring seemingly foolish questions by those not knowl... More Info

    $100
    2General Credits
  • Campus Civil Rights: The Tension Between The First Amendment and Hostile Environment Proscriptions

    Free expression or the exchange of ideas has been a hallmark of American education. Yet, whether protection of free expression is obligated by the Constitution is a more complicated question and the answer may vary from public to private institution or programs within each institution. But even where the Constitution does apply, speech is not absolute. Universities are workplaces, places of public accommodation, healthcare providers and learning centers. A myriad of laws regulate spee... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Anti-Money Laundering Compliance: It's Growing, So Make Sure Your Clients are Covered

    The passage of the Anti-Money Laundering Act (“AMLA”) brought sweeping changes to the Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Counter-Terrorist Financing (CTF) legislative regime in the United States. Parts of the AMLA are still being put into force, including coverage of entities not traditionally included, updated priorities for financial institutions, the Beneficial Ownership Registry, and others. Legal practitioners may have to address these new challenges for clients who are now being bro... More Info

    $50
    1.25General Credits
  • Corporate Transparency Act: Lessons from Round One of Implementation

    Since January 1, 2024, many legal entities operating in the United States—including domestic and foreign entities—have been considering whether to file beneficial ownership information ("BOI") reports with the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network ("FinCEN"), pursuant to the Corporate Transparency Act ("CTA"). While only new entities will be subject to reporting requirements at first, thousands of those are formed every day who will need to understand—and apply—these new regulations wit... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Corporate Transparency Act: Critical Terms and Concepts

    The Corporate Transparency Act went into effect January 1, 2024, under which the beneficial owners of almost every entity will need to be reported to FinCEN unless a specific statutory exception applies. Existing entities will have one year to comply, while newly formed entities will have only 90 days to register. This presentation is intended as an introduction to the CTA, which will impact the practice of almost every attorney who forms, operates, transfers, or otherwise works with... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Another Bite of The Apple: How To Use The New Sentencing Guidelines Amendment To Help Your Client Get Out of Prison

    The United States Congress passed what many believe was one of the greatest criminal justice reform acts in recent years: The First Step Act. The First Step Act, since its passage has resulted in a number of changes to federal criminal law that may offer your client the opportunity for significant relief including resentencing and early release. This CLE will provide an overview of the First Step Act and how recent changes to the United States Sentencing Guidelines are good news for ma... More Info

    $50
    1.25General Credits
  • Emerging Developments in Artificial Intelligence for Lawyers

    Artificial Intelligence is becoming ubiquitous in legal practice. New tools and new providers emerge constantly. Lawyers need to understand artificial intelligence in order to represent their clients competently and effectively. Lawyers also need to understand the use of AI in order to compete. This session addresses the following key issue: What is artificial intelligence? What are large language models? What is generative artificial intelligence? How does artificial intelligence dif... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • The Importance of Registering Your Copyright in the Music World

    This CLE course will demonstrate how important it truly is to register your copyrights in the music world. Registering copyrights is the best way to both add value to creative works and protect them. We will discuss the cost-benefit analysis of registration; go through a primer on Copyright Law as it pertains to the music industry; discuss fair use, parody, and compulsory licensing; the elements of copyright infringement and how they pertain to music; the importance of the deposit copy... More Info

    $100
    2General Credits
  • Tell it Straight, Keep it Straight, Drink it Straight - Practicing Ethics in the Personal Injury Practice

    This CLE lecture on legal ethics explores the application of ABA Model Rules 1.4, 1.7, 1.8 and 1.15 in personal injury law, emphasizing clear communication with clients, managing conflicts of interest, and the importance of safeguarding client information and property. It offers practical strategies for effectively balancing these ethical responsibilities, particularly in scenarios involving complex relationships between drivers and passengers, and the handling of insurance settlements... More Info

    $50
    1Ethics Credit
  • Witches and Guns: The Intersection Between Wicca and The Second Amendment

    This CLE explores the overlap between the tenets of the Wiccan religion and the principles of the Second Amendment. First, the importance of this relationship is introduced. Second, necessary philosophical background is provided. Third, specific topics and their possible application to practice areas are provided. This presentation is both interesting in its uniqueness as well as provides practical insights for attorneys who may encounter clients of all backgrounds. More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Pitfalls In The SSA Disability Process: What They Are and How to Avoid Them

    The Social Security Disability process can be an opportunity for your client to “tell their story” in the pursuit of disability benefits. However, the process can also be chaotic, frustrating, and unfortunately surprising. What do you do when your client makes an admission in their medical records or says something at the hearing that really hurts their case? How do you deal with expert testimony given at the hearing that mischaracterizes the evidence in a negative way? Also – and this one... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • You Can Handle the Truth! An Introduction to the Military Justice System for Civilian Practitioners

    Have you always been intrigued by the concepts of military justice? This innovative CLE will provide an overview of the military justice system, geared toward civilian practitioners who are curious about how things work in military courts or want to expand their practice areas into military defense. The lecture will provide an overview of the Uniform Code of Military Justice (“UCMJ”), the rights of the accused in the military, the cultural differences between the civilian and militar... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Navigating The World of Sexual Abuse Allegations

    A detailed look at the issues, challenges, and pitfalls facing practitioners defending sex abuse allegations on their client's behalf. From ACS child services and other similar administrative agencies through civil and criminal matters in our courthouses and beyond, the discussion will cover many topics, including jurisdiction, statute of limitations, mediation & arbitration, confusion in how these cases are charged and pled, appellate preservation, confronting expert witness testimony... More Info

    $100
    2General Credits
  • 1031 Exchanges: Ethical Considerations

    1031 Exchanges can often be complex. This comprehensive CLE course will explain the best practices and wide variety of ethical considerations involved in 1031 Exchanges. The course will include: Qualifying Property Scope of Representation Conflicts of Interest Identification Qualified Intermediaries And more… More Info

    $50
    1Ethics Credit
  • The Nuts and Bolts of Guardianships

    This CLE course will focus on basics of what a guardianship proceeding is, sometimes called a conservatorship in some states, and how it differs from advanced directives such as health care proxies and powers of attorney. We will discuss when such a court proceeding is and what courts look for in such matters. We also discuss the Uniform Health Care Decisions Act enacted by many states. We will discuss other matters on guardianships/conservatorships and when such a proceeding shoul... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Common Issues with Navigating the Changing Landscape of Multistate Taxation of Crypto Currency & Crypto Based Companies

    State Taxation varies across every state in the United States. Specifically at a State and Local Tax (SALT) level, every jurisdiction has its own tax code and tax treatment for various applications. For example, the way California may classify revenue from a certain company is not the same as Texas will perceive the revenue. Of course, the Supreme Court of the United States has weighed in on limitations of a state’s power to tax, citing the Commerce Clause and various other constitutional cons... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Offshore Versus Domestic Asset Protection, What You Need To Know

    Join our Asset Protection Attorney as he delves deep into an extensive examination of the most prevalent tools, both domestic and international, that can safeguard your clients' assets from legal disputes. This CLE session will encompass the following topics: Understanding Asset Protection and its vital role in today's increasingly litigious society. Tracing the historical evolution of the Asset Protection Industry. An exploration of the most commonly employed strategies for asset p... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Mastering the Client Interview

    Earn client trust and information through an expertly guided initial interview. This CLE course starts with the importance of small talk and of defining legal terms to clients. Then, this course hones in on making sure attorneys memorialize their client’s goals (and manage expectations for those goals). Next, some candid conversation about how attorneys bill for their time. After the introduction and explanation of the forms highlighted in this course, the discussion moves to the im... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Some Lessons From The Gwyneth Paltrow Ski Collision Case

    Gwyneth Paltrow v Terry Sanderson went to trial, to determine who caused a ski crash at Deer Valley ski resort in Utah. On the surface, it appeared to be a simple ski collision case. Mr. Sanderson alleged that Ms. Paltrow skied into his back, knocking him down hard while landing on him, causing him to suffer a concussion and 4 broken ribs. The intensity of the media attention made it anything but simple. We will discuss a few of the lessons from this high profile case including the... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Basic Zoning for Large Cities: How to Determine Allowable Use, Size, and Height

    Basic zoning regulations for large US cities will be reviewed. These regulations assign zoning designations to tax lots that determine: (i) permitted uses; (ii) maximum building size; (iii) maximum building height; and (iv) required open space such as front and back yards. Examples of tables, charts and maps that typically contain these regulations will be reviewed. Methods of modifying a tax lot's zoning regulations to change the use or size will also be reviewed. More Info

    $100
    2General Credits
  • Constitutional Challenges to the Foreclosure Abuse Prevention Act

    The Foreclosure Abuse Prevention Act (FAPA) was enacted by the New York State Legislature to correct perceived manipulations of the statute of limitations in foreclosure actions pending in New York State. In this course, FAPA is discussed in relation to how it affects various provisions of the CPLR, the RPAPL and GOL. In addition, FAPA has been challenged as unconstitutional on various grounds: including substantive due process, contracts clause and separation of powers. These constitutio... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Franchise Law: From Contract Negotiation to Litigation

    This CLE will cover franchise agreements; from negotiation of the terms prior to signature as well as issues to address during the course of litigation and/or termination. Attendees will be guided through how to negotiate specific provisions that will affect a client’s rights, as well as which areas of the agreements are typically litigated and how to demand and get the necessary information to effectively represent clients in court. More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • The Nuts and Bolts of Ethics: No Nonsense

    This course will explore the origins of ethics and focus on how that obligation to remain virtuous and honorable still impacts lawyers today. The course will focus on the 5 C’s of Virginia Ethics (i.e., Competence, Communication, Confidentiality, Conflict of Interest, and Candor). Each has a significant impact on an attorney’s ability to practice within the lines of ethical behavior and how attorneys should reflect these rules in their representation of clients. Participants will have... More Info

    $100
    2Ethics Credits
  • Ethical Client Management: Tips and Tricks On What Can Save You Problems

    This CLE is a look at starting the client relationship and ethically managing initial client expectations. Sprinkled with examples and ethical rule applications, review how to start a client relationship off on the right foot in terms of client goals and attitudes. Learn tips and tricks to avoid problems and stay in compliance with attorney regulation at the start of taking on a client. More Info

    $50
    1Ethics Credit
  • The Ten Worst Ethics Nightmares You Can Have

    This program will be a rapid analysis of the 10 disastrous errors you can make in the world of Legal Ethics that will give you nightmares or even derail your career. These groups of errors are not totally inclusive of the challenges that face a modern practitioner but anyone who is actively engaged in the practice of Law will recognize these risks. Each of the 10 categories has its own set of consequences but also its own set of practice tips to avoid the nightmare. Some of the topics... More Info

    $75
    1.5Ethics Credits
  • PFAS: The Forever Chemicals

    Developed in the 1950s, PFAS (Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances) have been used in the manufacture of non-stick coatings, waterproofing materials, fire-suppression chemicals, and other products. Water supplies and food throughout the world have been found to contain PFAS. Studies have linked PFAS with several forms of cancer and a variety of non-cancerous ailments. Federal and state PFAS regulations have recently been promulgated. Environmental and personal injury litigation has... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Roe v Wade: Abortion Post Dobbs

    In this CLE course, the Instructor will discuss the recent Dobbs’ decision in which the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) found that there is no federal right to abortion and overruled both "Roe v. Wade" and " Planned Parenthood v. Casey". This created a sea change in federal Due Process law particularly concerning the rights of liberty and privacy. The Instructor explains the over 100—page decision in practical terms and discusses possible litigation, which could result from... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • The Ethics of Witness Preparation: Does ABA Ethics Rules Change the Dynamics for Preparing Witnesses?

    Our panelists, highly experienced trial and litigation specialists, will discuss the impact of new ABA Formal Opinion 508, dealing with “The Ethics of Witness Preparation”. They will discuss the impact of the opinion on counsel’s approach to working with witnesses, including a client, to testify at deposition and trial. This course will answer these questions: How does the opinion change the ethics rules? What are the ethical limits working with favorable witnesses and clients in pr... More Info

    $50
    1.25Ethics Credits
  • Federal Civil Procedure: Practicing Tips for Federal Litigation

    Step into the federal courtroom with confidence. This CLE course is designed to demystify the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and arm attorneys with the essential knowledge needed to navigate federal civil litigation. Whether you are an occasional federal practitioner or looking to brush up on the FRCP, this course offers a focused overview of the critical stages of federal litigation—from removal and jurisdiction, pleadings, and discovery, evidentiary issues, and pretrial issues. Gain... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Starting Strong: Estate Planning Strategies for Premarital and Newlywed Couples

    This CLE provides attorneys with essential insights into navigating the complex intersection of love, marriage, and estate maters. This CLE course delves into crucial topics such as prenuptial agreements, joint estate planning, tax implications, and legacy considerations. Attorneys will gain practical tools to help clients communicate effectively about their estates, manage shared assets, and plan for a secure future together. With a focus on fostering estate harmony, this course equip... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Survival Of The Fit in Criminal Lit

    Unlock the keys to litigation success with this CLE course, led by a seasoned attorney with a 40 years of invaluable real-world experience. This course is designed to provide participants with practical insights, strategies, and actionable steps to navigate the criminal litigation. More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Representing Patent Owners and Inventors in Litigation: Challenges, Insights and Strategies

    Patent owners and inventors play an important role in our society. Based in the Constitution, the monopoly power of a patent is a powerful thing that should be exercised responsibly. This course is designed to provide inside and outside counsel representing the interests of patent owners and inventors with tools to help understand the responsibilities, practices, and risks associated with the assertion of patent rights in litigation. More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Consumer Chapter 7 & 13 Bankruptcy: What Attorneys Need to Know About Conducting a Consult

    This introductory CLE course provides valuable tools and tips for conducting a thorough, well-organized consumer bankruptcy consult which will assist the attorney in thoroughly analyzing the case and educating the client about the differences in Chapter 7 and 13 and why one might be better for them than the other. It highlights helpful tools and sample visual aids to keep the consult on track, maximize the information obtained from the client, and allow clients to clearly follow the an... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Tax Consequences of Retiring or Selling Your Law Practice

    This CLE session will concentrate on the tax consequences of retiring or leaving your law firm or other professional partnership including LLCs and PLLCs. A recent Tax Court decision provides guidance and highlights tax traps to avoid. We will analyze practice goodwill and client based intangible assets and how they are treated under various methods. The special partnership provisions applicable to sales and redemptions will be contrasted. More Info

    $75
    1.5General Credits
  • Antitrust Primer in The Age of The Internet/Information

    What is driving the recent upsurge in competition law enforcement by the FTC, the DOJ Antitrust Division, the States and in private litigation? To address this question, this course provides an antitrust primer with background from key, foundational cases addressing single firm and joint conduct that violate the antitrust laws. We then focus on the major antitrust cases recently brought by the government targeting alleged monopolists with platform dominance in the Tech Sector. More Info

    $150
    3.25General Credits
  • Safeguarding Your Business & Investment Clients with Proactive Asset Protection & Estate Planning

    An effective Asset Protection & Estate Planning Program for Business & Investment Clients should address family and legacy considerations, complete asset protection and tax optimization simultaneously. In addition, it should be easy to use, capable of expanding through time to embrace growth in your clients’ business and investment portfolios, and it should be capable of being examined in the sunlight without legal concerns. And finally, it should be fully integrated so that all of y... More Info

    $100
    2General Credits
  • Intellectual Warfare: An In-House Counsel's Guide to Bringing and Defending Against Intellectual Property Lawsuits

    In this CLE presentation, the Instructor will discuss strategies for identifying valuable intellectual property within one’s organization and how to effectively use that IP for the organization’s business goals. The Instructor will cover the types of IP that exist, the approximate costs in obtaining/maintaining each type of IP, cost analyses associated with IP acquisition, licensing, negotiation strategies, enforcement considerations, and defensive maneuvers when confronted with other... More Info

    $75
    1.5General Credits
  • Commercial Pace, The New Kid On The Block: The Legal Framework For A New Form Of Commercial Real Estate Financing

    Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy Financing (C-PACE) is one of the newest financial tools for property owners and developers in the country. Offering lower interest and longer terms with a super-priority lien, it behaves like a muni bond but can be put into a capital stack. Find out the legal ins and outs of how this is enabled, its legal structure and status, and how you can put it to work for your clients, whether they be private owners, developers, banks, or local governmen... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Medical Malpractice: Complex, High Stakes Medical Negligence Litigation

    This CLE course will evaluate the state of medical negligence lawsuits in the current environment. The course will provide a brief overview of the rights of medical negligence victims throughout the country, focusing on disparate care that is offered to different groups of people. This course will provide the participant an opportunity to examine medical negligence as an issue that needs to be addressed at the roots – and find ways to work together to advocate for a fair justice system... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Who Has The Power and Authority to Convey Real Estate in Various Situations

    This CLE lecture is designed to enlighten attorneys as to precisely who has the authority to sell, transfer and/or convey real estate. Oftentimes, Sellers, unbeknownst to themselves, believe they have an interest in real estate, only to learn otherwise. From a descent and distribution perspective, we will be discussing precisely who has the authority to convey the real estate in question. We will be further discussing the right to convey by operation of law. More Info

    $100
    2General Credits
  • ON STRIKE! The Law of Labor Conflict

    Union organizing and strikes are on the rise. While the federal law governing labor-management relations has changed little in decades, recent decisions of the National Labor Relations Board and evolving methods of workplace protest are changing the landscape of traditional union activity. This course examines the fundamental provisions of the National Labor Relations Act and its amendments relating to labor strikes, picketing, boycotts, and other protest activities, in both union an... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • The Yellow Brick Road of a PERM Case

    The road map of a PERM case is complicated and full of hazards. A typo can sink your case. This CLE course will review the long process to fulfill the regulatory standards and build the required evidence for a successful PERM case. We’ll go through the many PERM case steps, from developing the case strategy, to obtaining verification of qualifications, securing a Prevailing Wage Determination, taking the case through recruitment, and filing the PERM case. More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • ChatGPT and Related Products: The Legal Ramifications

    This CLE presentation is intended to help practicing attorneys better understand the legal consequences of current-day (ex. ChatGPT) artificial intelligence (AI) products. This begins with a discussion of current AI products, their operation, and fundamentally what they are and are not. This factual basis informs several legal topics, including copyrights, patents, trade secrets, confidential information, contracts, etc. Finally, some example, practical, “best practices” and recommenda... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Municipal Law: General Civil Overview

    Many may be unaware, but municipal law has an impact on our daily lives. Municipal lawyers provide service to municipal clients, including cities, towns, boroughs, counties, and special districts. Municipal attorneys will often find themselves handling a full range of legal issues, from advising the governing authority, to defending suits brought against the municipality to drafting ordinances and contacting for purchases and development. This broad field can involve land acquisition,... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Negotiating the Serious and Catastrophic Injury Case

    Our panelists, highly experienced trial and litigation specialists, will discuss the negotiation, and preparation for such, of catastrophic injury cases. These cases require a more sophisticated and organized work up. How do you use the medical personnel who worked on the case, and what do you need from them to help you in negotiating the case? What additional experts do you need to flesh out the damages claim? How do you prepare to negotiate the claim for future damages including me... More Info

    $75
    1.5General Credits
  • Avoiding Liability Under The FDCPA

    The material presented in this seminar is intended to provide the audience with an overview of some of the key areas of compliance regarding a third-party debt collector’s use of debt collection communications via the telephone and in writing. Recently, the collection industry has been confronted by increasing regulatory oversight and enforcement actions by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (“CFPB”), as well as an awaking of the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) and Federal Comm... More Info

    $100
    2General Credits
  • Effective Tips for Using a Private Investigator in Your Practice

    This CLE course will address effective tips for using private investigators in your practice including selecting and retaining your investigator, setting up a relationship and preserving privilege, game planning your investigation, unique issues of evidence, and creating a long term relationship with an investigator. Learn from an Instructor who is not only a practicing trial lawyer, but an Investigator for the past 25 years as well More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Insurance Coverage Issues Involving General Liability

    This CLE course will provide a comprehensive nuts and bolts overview of Insurance Coverage Litigation. It will cover the key steps and processes that should be followed/taken by both the insurer and the insured when faced with a claim that has matured into a declaratory judgement action. Topics will include a discussion of litigation considerations from the onset of coverage litigation and initial phases. More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Jury Selection: Mastering the Challenges and Pitfalls

    This CLE course will address the art of jury selection. It will show how to get the jury to share important information as well as how to pick the right juror for the case you are trying. The following Jury Selection topics will be discussed Who is eligible to serve as a juror Questions that will yield insightful facts to aid in the decision making process How to bond with the jury; how to get them to open up, helping make an educated decision about who to keep/strike How to util... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Trial of a Police Liability Case Under Section 1983

    Master the trial of a police liability case under 42 U.S.C. § 1983 – whether yours is a high- frequency or high-exposure case, and whether you represent the plaintiff or the defense. Using examples, this practical CLE program will cover the pretrial and settlement conference and preparation of your witnesses. It then goes to the trial itself: jury selection for your side, opening statements, effective examination and cross-examination of plaintiff’s and defense witnesses on both liabil... More Info

    $75
    1.5General Credits
  • Attorney Ethics, Civility and Professionalism

    Modern rules of professional conduct and professional ideals create a number of professionalism and civility obligations on attorneys. The rules though do little to help attorneys manage their day to day interactions with colleagues to achieve these goals. This presentation will discuss emotional regulation and reframing concepts to assist attorneys in managing their habits and emotions that can either lead to unprofessional or, ideally, perfectly professional conduct. More Info

    $50
    1Ethics Credit
  • Contractual Deal Killers In Real Estate Law: What Attorneys Need to Know

    This CLE course will provide insight into the potential contractual issues to consider when representing clients in NY residential real estate. The topics discussed are as follows: Different contracts for Condo’s and coops Coop Contract Condo Contract Single Family and Multi Family Contracts Contractual Areas of Consideration Mortgage Commitment Title Investigation Liens and Violations Teamwork More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Business Valuation for Attorneys

    Determination of the value of a client’s business or business interest is often a necessary element in meeting a client’s needs. Understanding the valuation process and the potential results can make a huge difference to the outcome for the client. Divorce, estate planning, and partnership disputes, in addition to sales, purchases and other transactions, are just some of the circumstances where valuation is a critical factor. This Seminar reviews the po... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Learning The Basics of Conducting a Social Security Disability Case

    In this CLE course you will learn about the different disability programs that exist, who can apply for the benefits and what the application process is like. You will learn how the Social Security Administration defines disability and how to determine what kind of application to file if it is an initial application. Or does the potential client need to file an appeal because the initial application was not approved? We will explore what is involved in the appeal process and how to de... More Info

    $75
    1.5General Credits
  • What Attorneys Need to Know about Comic Book Publishing: A Test Drive

    Prepare to break into the comic book publishing industry in just two action-packed hours! Under the guidance of seasoned comic book publishing attorneys, you will draft a rough outline of crucial contract provisions, hone your client interview skills that are tailored for this sector, and engage in mock negotiations. You will get the chance to identify potential problems within publishing contracts and discover how to resolve them. Get ready to slip behind the wheel for a test-drive of comic b... More Info

    $100
    2General Credits
  • How to Find the “Smoking Gun” to Win Your Case

    In almost every case there is a “smoking gun” that arises during a case that tips the scales toward a win. This CLE will show you how to uncover them and use them to your advantage. The lecturer will give you techniques to use (and inspiration) to uncover "smoking guns" using examples from his own , trip & fall, slip and fall premises cases, staircase accidents, auto collisions, products liability and med mal cases, which will provide a roadmap to finding the hidden "smoking guns" t... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • AI, Fair Use, and Representing Comic Book Creators and Publishers

    This CLE course dives deep into the comic book industry, unveiling the past year of explosive growth and seismic legal changes. We’ll give you a understanding of the pros and cons of AI-generated artwork and suggested approaches for contract drafting to avoid critical IP-pitfalls; discuss the impact of fair use in visual arts following the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. v. Goldsmith decision; and give you a “chef’s tour” of representing the comic book client today. In th... More Info

    $150
    3General Credits
  • Will, Trusts, and Advanced Directives: Know What is Right for Your Client

    This CLE course will focus on estate planning tools and discuss Last Will and Testament and Trusts. The course will explain succession planning, estate planning and how to plan using wills and trusts, as well as advanced directives such as health care proxies, power of attorney and living wills. This course will also discuss Medicaid planning and protection of assets as well as tax planning consideration when creating an estate plan. We also discuss the Uniform Health Care D... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • The Five Rules: How to Prepare Your Client for Deposition

    Your client's deposition is a critical day in any case. The Instructors "Five Rule" system can make any client a strong witness. He has used it for 25 years to prepare clients ranging from executives to professional athletes to children. Nervous clients will relax. "Clever" clients will stick to the truth. The Instructor relates his Five Rules in an entertaining and memorable way that will have you using the Five Rules system the very next day. More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Professionalism: The Calling, Leadership, and Answering When the Bough Breaks

    All attorneys, in any practice, face adversity and difficulty. We can be placed in situations where our best choices can only come from our internal moral compass. The best way to delve into who we are and how we will respond to such complex decision-making is to examine other examples of others who had to also pass through a crucible. In this course, we’ll walk you through how a crisis places our own sense of civility and professionalism on trial. This CLE will include a PowerPoint... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Employment Law Issues in Telework Environments

    The COVID-19 virus ushered in a new age of remote work all over the world. Since then, the battle between employees wanting to maintain work-from-home status and employers trying to find ways to bring employees back to the office has remained fierce. This CLE course will outline the employment law issues that arise for employers who allow employees to telework on either a full-time or hybrid basis. The course will identify trends, unique problems associated with telework, and best prac... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Sexual Harassment, “Me Too” Allegations, and Settlement Agreements: A Necessary Perspective for Counsel

    This interactive CLE session will identify the issues that counsel must recognize and understand to effectively advise clients on the need for a policy against sexual harassment and employee training, the difference between company policy and what constitutes sexual harassment under federal law, the merits of a claim of sexual harassment and assessing potential costs and the risk of litigation. More Info

    $75
    1.5General Credits
  • Equity & Inclusion Confusion: Discrimination and Other Trending Employment Law Topics for Non-Employment Lawyers

    This CLE will introduce non-employment lawyers to employment law, beginning with the unusually challenging question of employee vs. independent contractor and the implications of worker classification. We will summarize federal laws governing the employment relationship including Title VII, The Americans with Disabilities Act, The Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Fair Labor Standards Act, and the new Pregnant Workers Fairness Act, among others. We will also outline the... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • "Oh The Places We'll Go": Mediating With An Open Mind While Managing Expectations

    This CLE course will discuss the mechanics of mediation/dispute resolution and the myths associated with dispute resolution. During the course, we will discuss the and attempt to eliminate the reluctance to participate fully and transparently in mediation to allow parties to identify on their own the ability to end conflict, to save in costs of litigation, to grow personally and professionally. More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Search and Seizure Fundamentals

    In this CLE presentation, retired FLETC Senior Legal Instructor will provide a functional overview of search and seizure law under the Fourth Amendment. The presentation will start with and introduction to the Fourth Amendment, followed by a look at when the Fourth Amendment applies, and finishes will an overview of the many judicially-recognized exceptions to the warrant requirement of the Fourth Amendment. More Info

    $100
    2General Credits
  • Immigration for the Extraordinary: O-1 and EB1-1

    Temporary U.S. work visas and green cards are available for the “best and the brightest” from around the world. This seminar will review the regulatory standards and required evidence for nonimmigrant and immigrant petitions for these stars. This CLE course will review the three O-1 categories in detail, briefly touch on the P-1 for athletes, and discuss building a green card case. You’ll learn both legal and practical considerations in advising clients and preparing winning cases.... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • A Beginners Guide to Motion Practice

    This CLE presentation is primarily focused on Civil and Special Civil motion practice for attorneys beginning in these areas. We will focus on the three most common types of motions, Summary Judgment Motions, Various Discovery Motions, Motions to dismiss/Post judgment motions. Implementing a motion practice strategy is the second phase of preparing your trial notebook (the First being a Discovery Plan). The motion practice strategy provides the attorney with the direction and purpose o... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Ethics in Debt Collection Law

    The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) can subject lawyers to ethical and liability traps for those collecting and prosecuting consumer debts. This CLE course will break down the particular and common rules of professional responsibility that also cause liability under the FDCPA. The seminar will provide insight on avoiding these pitfalls from defense counsel with 30 years of experience defending law firms against FDCPA allegations. More Info

    $50
    1Ethics Credit
  • Discovery, Evidence, and Motion Practice Under Section 1983 Police Liability

    This practical CLE will cover three main topic areas that are at the core of any successful police misconduct practice under 42 U.S.C. § 1983. First, discovery: what law enforcement files are kept, which ones the plaintiff should request and how the defense can protect them, including incident reports and investigations, officer personnel files, and Monell custom and policy related files; and a checklist of discovery the defense should obtain from the plaintiff. Second, evidenc... More Info

    $75
    1.5General Credits
  • Negotiating and Settling Tort Cases: Reaching a Solution

    This CLE course presented by highly experienced attorneys and negotiators of settlements, will discuss the important principles of negotiating civil injury and insurance cases. They will outline the 10 most important points for getting “top dollar” for your cases, and also the 10 Reasons Cases Do Not Settle! Our panelists will also discuss how to improve your skills with their thoughts on how to approach negotiations and start the process at the right time. More Info

    $75
    1.5General Credits
  • Being a DEIA Agent of Change in The Legal Workplace and Beyond

    Being a DEIA Agent of Change in the Legal Workplace and Beyond is an introductory course to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Accessibility (DEIA) concepts and initiatives from a legal perspective. The course begins by discussing the definition of DEIA and related concepts. The course also provides some background about the legal history of DEIA initiatives and responses in America, with a focus on the Civil War era, Civil Rights Movement, and DEIA’s recent evolution and backlash. The c... More Info

    $50
    1Diversity/Inclusion
  • Drafting the Bullet Proof Civil RICO Complaint

    Civil RICO Complaints are very powerful weapons when prosecuting civil actions in Federal Court where the defendants have engaged in criminal or quasi-criminal conduct. However, many Federal judges are wary of Civil RICO cases and set up automatic check-lists or automatically set up OSC hearings to make sure that the RICO claims are legitimate and properly pled. This CLE course will analyze how to set up a RICO complaint that passes muster under Rule 12 of the Federal Rules of Civil Pro... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Social Security Disability 101: What Attorneys Need to Know From Beginning to End

    This CLE course aims to offer attorneys a comprehensive understanding of Social Security Disability Practice, encompassing an in-depth exploration of the entire process, challenges, and effective solutions involved in securing benefits for disabled individuals. Through this presentation, participants will gain valuable insights into navigating the complexities of Social Security Disability, equipping them with the necessary knowledge and skills to effectively advocate for their clients... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Analyzing the Right and Ethical Way to Prepare Witnesses in Criminal Cases

    Both prosecutors and criminal defense lawyers have professional and ethical obligations to zealously represent their clients. However, they must also comply with rules of professional conduct address candor and honesty with the tribunal. How can these lawyers serve both of these masters when it comes to preparing witnesses for trial? On the one hand, these lawyers are obligated to professionally structure their preparation to maximize success as defined by their client’s best interests. On... More Info

    $50
    1Ethics Credit
  • Trademark Basics: What Attorneys Need to Know

    In today’s fast-paced digital world, trademark protection is increasingly critical and complex. This fascinating CLE course will delve into the basics of federal trademark law every lawyer should know. The course focus is on how to spot issues as a non-IP lawyer in an in-house counsel role. It highlights what items qualify as a trademark, what diligence is necessary before using a potential mark, what constitutes infringement, and the interplay of trademarks, domain names, and social... More Info

    $50
    1General Credit
  • Ethical Issues in Representing Clients with Diminished Capacity

    This CLE course will cover some of the legal rules applicable to attorneys working with clients who experience diminished capacity and the consequent potential for fraud and abuse against a client with diminished capacity. In this course, attendees will learn how to identify a client who has diminished capacity and the appropriate steps to take to assure continuity in managing the client's portfolio. The course will also discuss how to document a client's file with the appropriate lega... More Info

    $50
    1Ethics Credit
  • Ethics in Modern Day Legal Practice: The Current Hot Ethical Topics Found in Client Grievances and Malpractice Suits

    This CLE course focuses on the latest trends in ethics found in modern day legal practice. While focusing on the rules that govern attorney conduct, the course explores application of the rules to the ever changing landscape of practice. Specific addressment includes preservation of electronic data, cyber security, social media, and electronics and technology in the (in-person and virtual) courtroom. The course also touches upon the healthy and unhealthy client, malpractice actions, an... More Info

    $50
    1Ethics Credit
  • Overhaul of Regulatory Capital Requirements Proposed By US Banking Regulators

    The US federal banking regulators have jointly proposed extensive revisions to the regulatory capital requirements for [midsize and] larger US banking organizations. The revisions are lengthy and would change the requirements for credit, market, and operational risk. Some of the revisions are long-expected (e.g., re-evaluation of use of internal models), but others are novel (e.g., capital charge for operational risk) or driven in response to the recent banking crisis. Further, the rev... More Info

    $75
    1.5General Credits
  • What Attorneys Need to Know About Reading and Understanding Financial Statements

    Lawyers regularly interact with business people. Business people have their own language. Phrases like EBITDA, NOPAT, Gross Profit, Operating Profit, Net Income, on a fully diluted basis, retained earnings, current versus long term assets and liabilities, Free Cash Flow. If these terms are a foreign language to you, then this course is for you. In this CLE course, you will learn how to read and understand the basic financial statements---the income statement, balance sheet, and stat... More Info

    $75
    1.5General Credits
  • Advising a Client as to the Purchase of a Franchise

    This CLE lecture will focus on providing information to a prospective franchisee as to the purchase of a franchise. The lecture will concentrate on the provisions contained in the franchisor’s Franchise Disclosure Document, typical provisions in the Franchise Agreement and the political ramifications as to where a franchisee should locate his franchise. More Info

    $50
    1General Credit

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