New Hampshire MCLE - COVID 19 Topics Courses
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Trends in Property Law Post-Pandemic
This CLE course covers recent development in New York real property law, focusing on the changes brought about by the recent pandemic and societal recovery in its aftermath. Topics include representation of clients in eviction proceedings—both residential and commercial, landlord and tenant. Orders to show cause, motions, evidentiary issues and trial practice are among the litigation techniques discussed. The course also covers foreclosure litigation and the new statutes affecting forecl... More Info$501General Credit
Virtual Isolation: Is Hyperconnectivity Helping or Harming the Legal Professional?
If we stop to think about what we look at most during the day, the answer would probably not be our family or friends, nor our clients or colleagues. The most feasible option would be our mobile phone. Smartphones are now our companions for work, social, leisure and even family life. However, excessive use can lead to problems of dependence, addiction and fear. We find ourselves simultaneously connected and alone. Workers today are ‘never turned off.” Like our mobile phones, we only go on stan... More Info$501Ethics Credit
Distinguishing Between Employers and Contractors in Light of the New DOL Guidelines
As many if not most of have seen, the gig economy is a new kid on the block in the world of commerce. During the lockdown of the pandemic, the gig economy, particularly food delivery services grew significantly—such services are now ubiquitous. Those working in the gig economy, including such familiar names as Uber, Lyft, Grubhub, Doordash and others all have one common component of their work—they pick and choose where and when they will work. Given this autonomy, the question has... More Info$501General Credit
Hot Topics and Trends in Employment Law
Join us for updates about the dynamic and fast-changing employment laws and EPL trends across the country. This CLE presentation reviews key developments in employment law over the last year and new legislation and trends affecting employment cases. Topics include the interplay between and among the FMLA, ADA, and OSHA with regard to Covid-related claims; confidentiality clauses in the post “me too” period; medical marijuana laws and accommodation issues, and post-Covid EPL verdict tre... More Info$501.2General Credits
Labor and Employment Law Update: What’s New and What’s Next
This CLE will include both New York State and Federal laws and will discuss updates and developments in labor and employment law. Some of the topics will include: The latest Covid requirements, (yes there are still specific laws and issues on this), sick leave, Unemployment Insurance relating to 1099’s, discrimination, workers’ compensation, wage and hour law updates, electronic monitoring, arbitration agreements, non-compete and non-solicitation agreements and other labor and emplo... More Info$501General Credit
Force Majeure: Constant Contingency In Turbulent Times
Name your poison: Pandemic? War? Supply Chain Interruption? Government Decree? Regulatory Change? Riot? Weather? Internet Outage? Or what? This timely CLE explores Force Majeure from the practical perspectives of contractual verbiage or absence, qualifying events, transactional effects and contests, including the impact of common law, statutes and court decisions. More Info$501General Credit
Staying Safe and Sound: Maintaining a Realistic Work/Life Balance in Uncertain Times
We know that you may still be getting bombarded with messages about Covid related issues, whether that be on television, social media, or in your work and community networks. In uncertain times like these, anxiety, stress, fear, and negative thoughts can easily take control. You may still be worried about being in crowds, wearing a mask, getting another vaccine or booster for yourself and your loved ones, your office, your clients, your finances or how to manage whatever the future holds as... More Info$501Ethics Credit
Sports Law: New World, New Challenges
This CLE presentation will discuss the major legal issues, changes and trends in an area of rapid change. Aimed for a general audience, it will discuss a broad array of issues, from the court rulings point to a growing professionalization of college athletes through name, image and likeness agreements and the increasing role that school boosters are playing. In addition, the presentation will cover updates regarding Covid and sports, new labor agreements, and updates on antitrust law.... More Info$501General Credit
False Claims Act and COVID-19
This CLE course will provide an update on COVID-19 Litigation, including trends, insight, funds, and success, with a particular focus on whistleblower litigation. The primary statutes under which relief from government fraud, waste, and abuse, may be sought are the federal and state False Claims Acts (“FCAs”). This course will provide attendees with an overview of the whistleblower laws, the potential to use the False Claims Act as a tool to fight COVID-19 fraud update on the types of... More Info$501General Credit
How to Settle Cases During a Pandemic
COVID-19 has decimated jobs and businesses, causing an upsurge in delinquent account receivables. As difficult as payment has been for debtors, our creditor clients are also losing revenue through uncollectible debt. But through creative negotiations, collection professionals can try and maximize collections during these difficult times with the right mix of empathy, assessment and long term planning. Learn how to successfully keep clients and increase collections by getting to the hea... More Info$501General Credit