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Missouri CLE - Alternative Dispute Resolution Courses

This is a listing of Alternative Dispute Resolution CLE Courses for Missouri. Please make your selection below of Missouri CLE courses. Our courses are available on CDs, DVDs, Online, iOS/Android App, and with Live Webinars. Click "Add" to purchase Individual CLE Courses. For more information about a particular CLE course, click on a course name.

Alternative Dispute Resolution Courses

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The Humanity Of The Mediation Process

Mediation is a process by which a third-party neutral, the mediator, tries to guide the parties in the dispute to a resolution known as Win-Win. Those who practice mediation can attest to the dignity and deep humanity of this process. I have tried to capture some of this grandeur in describing some of the traits that are willy-nilly imposed on both mediators and those who engage in the process. In preparing this lecture, I have divided mediation process into four distinct categories. Th...

General Credits
1.6
Price$75

Key Points for Success in Virtual Mediation

Our Panel will discuss how the new remote communication process works, and affects the approach and strategies in mediations, including: What are the dynamics of remote mediations? What if your client is remote as well; does that change your ability to communicate and if so how? Using the private "Zoom Rooms" to have confidential meetings. How remote mediations expand the process and add to the information base. Suggestions for making the remote process work better than even when all are...

General Credits
1
Price$50

Cultural Awareness, Tips, and Tools for Today's Legal Practitioner

This presentation focuses on the characteristics of "culture", understanding another culture, cultural influences and a self-training guide to cultural awareness. The presentation will be a practical one with usable tips to apply for the participant's cultural awareness development - what that means and how to incorporate tools into their practice to facilitate understanding and enable more productive representation, negotiation, and dispute resolution.

General Credits
2.6
Price$125

The Importance of Security and Integrity Issues within the Virtual ADR Process

Teleconferencing and videoconferencing are hot topics in today's environment. Legal professionals are using this form of communication now more than ever, which heightens the exposure to cybersecurity threats. This program will provide attendees with in-depth look into the use of technology in conducting arbitrations and mediations virtually. Judge DiBlasi will discuss how the process works, security measures for virtual ADR, tips on how to best protect yourself when on-line during thi...

General Credits
1
Price$50

Employment Agreements: Protection for All Involved

Employment Agreements are agreements that wed the parties, one or both being an individual, over time, sometimes for many years. As such, they are the quintessential personal service contracts, and to work, each side has to believe that such agreements both advance and protect their self interests throughout the time they remain in force. Employment Agreements should include conditions of employment, duties and responsibilities of each party, compensation, benefits, factors triggering...

General Credits
1.3
Price$50

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

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

General Credits
2
Price$100

How to Maintain a Successful ADR Practice in the Age of COVID…and Beyond

Join NYCLA's ADR Committee for PART 2 of its discussion on the Business of an ADR Practice -- Maintaining an ADR Practice. Topics to be discussed include: How Has COVID Changed ADR Practice Cybersecurity Best Practices and Insurance Considerations in the Age of COVID Running an ADR Practice: Solo or Partnership; Are 2 Better than 1? Retainers, Invoicing, Payment Plans, Dealing with Accounts Receivable Never Stop Learning as we Move Toward the Future Evolving as a Professional in...

General Credits
2.8
Price$125

Representing Visionary Churches: Using the RFR Act to Protect the Rights of Churches Under the FCS Act

In 2006, the United States Supreme Court opened the door to psychedelic religious ceremonies by holding that the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (“RFRA”) prohibited the DEA from seizing a hallucinogenic tea from a Brazilian church, even though it contained DMT, a Schedule I substance made unlawful under the Controlled Substances Act (“CSA”). In 2009, a second Brazlian church obtained a similar ruling from an Oregon District Court. These rulings have fed the widespread perception th...

General Credits
1.5
Price$75

Entrenchment Mediation Training: For Mediators in Court-Annexed Mediation Programs

Join us for a discussion from our expert panel about their tips and techniques for handling entrenchment; getting parties to invest in the mediation and stay at the table; breaking the 90 minute barrier; and breaking the impasse to reach a settlement.

General Credits
2.8
Price$125

Update in Arbitration Law

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

General Credits
1.3
Price$50
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