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This is a listing of Litigation CLE Courses for New York. Please make your selection below of New York CLE courses. Our courses are available on CDs, DVDs, Online & Mobile App. Click "Add" to purchase Individual CLE Courses. For more information about a particular CLE course, click on a course name.

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Healthcare Data Privacy: Regulatory Investigation and Litigation Readiness

In theory, the advent of electronic files should make the acquisition and organization of information easier. However, it’s important to take into account that the limitless nature of e-files means that files may contain an excess of information. This is especially true of medical files, almost all of which will be in electronic format by 2015 and will then include everything from texts and emails to audit trails and data in imaging systems as well as metadata. Once filed, this information wil...

Law Prac Mgmt
1
Price$50

Reality Check: You CAN Defensibly Delete Data

Many organizations are beginning to realize that there is nothing cheap about holding on to the exploding amounts of data, despite decreasing storage costs. And when information assets that could have been forever deleted are determined to be responsive to litigation, the cost of keeping them can skyrocket. Furthermore, with the growing amount of data being produced and new sources continually emerging (smartphones, social media, etc.), preserving, collecting, and reviewing this data for e-dis...

Law Prac Mgmt
1
Price$50

Ethics, Civility And The Newly Admitted Attorney

Hear from NYCLA President Lewis Tesser and a panel of other experts about how to maintain an ethical practice and avoid having disciplinary proceedings brought against you. Topics include: Complying with the NY Rules of Professional Conduct What to Do If You Develop a Personal Problem; Where to Get Help What Does Civility Really Mean Recordkeeping Responsibilities Proper Accounting for An Attorney Escrow Account Disciplinary Proceedings: Suspension; Formal Charges; Resignation

Ethics Credits
2
Price$100

Litigating the Failure to Warn Claim: Plaintiff and Defense Courtroom Strategies

Though it seems almost impossible in an age of all-inclusive warning labels, failure to warn claims abound. But what is a failure to warn claim and how is it litigated? This CLE course will use relevant case law to present the flow of failure to warn litigation and how to strategically litigate cases. The course will include an in-depth discussion of warning claims, warnings experts, their credentials and when and how to utilize them, data gathering and trial preparation. The course wi...

Prof Practice
2.5
Price$125

Litigating the Failure to Warn Claim: The Design and Evaluation of Product Warnings

While it may appear that warning labels simply list every potential hazard a product may incur, product warning labels are actually carefully designed constructs, or at least they should be. This CLE course will explain the three phases of design and evaluation that an effective, risk-reducing product warning label must undergo. From hazard analysis, government regulation review, like-product comparison and need determination to label design and evaluation, the course will present the informatio...

Prof Practice
2
Price$100

Litigating the Failure to Warn Claim: Theory, History, Codes and Standards and Research Findings

Warning labels have begun to resemble manuals, mentioning every possible hazard and misuse for a product from the likely to the absurd. This CLE course will present an in-depth review of warnings as they’ve evolved from aural and visual signs (Stop, Look and Listen) to government mandated warnings for consumer products such as cigarettes to today’s tendency to provide warnings for every conceivable hazard imaginable. The course will explain these warnings within the context of personal...

Prof Practice
2
Price$100

Appellate Developments in NYS Landlord Tenant Law: Installment #1

Famed commentator and landlord-tenant practitioner Dov Treiman examines recent developments in Landlord Tenant Appellate Law. In this one hour installment, Mr. Treiman covers: London Terrace Gardens, L.P. v. Heller: Golub Notice Content Marina Tower Assoc., L.P. v. 325 Southend Corp.: Commercial Lease Renewal 49 Terrace Corp. v. Richardson: Stipulations Theodoli v. 170 E. 77th 1 LLC: Spoliation of Evidence Archstone Camargue I LLC v. Korte, Allowing Distressed Tenant Leeway Harv...

Prof Practice
1
Price$50

Appellate Developments in NYS Landlord Tenant Law: Installment #2

Famed commentator and landlord-tenant practitioner Dov Treiman examines recent developments in Landlord Tenant Appellate Law. In this one hour installment, Mr. Treiman covers: DFS of Springfield, Inc. v. DiMartino: Personal Jurisdiction Golden Mtn. Realty Inc. v. Severino: Forum for L&T Disputes Windy Acres Farm, Inc. v. Penepent: Propriety of Conditional Limitations Goldcrest Realty Co. v. 61 Bronx Riv. Rd. Owners, Inc.: Propriety of Conditional Limitations Gaia by the Park LLC v...

Prof Practice
1
Price$50

Medicare Lien Issues for Insurance Defense Counsel

In 2007, the federal government amended the long-ignored Medicare Secondary Payer Statute 42 USC § 1395y(b)(2) (“MSP”) to empower Medicare to recover funds from liability settlements and lawsuits. Regardless of how a settlement agreement characterizes the damages, the amended law allows Medicare to recover directly from the plaintiff’s law firm, the defendant’s insurer or the defendant’s law firm, even if the defendant or the insurer already paid the plaintiff. Additionally, the amendment esta...

Prof Practice
1
Price$50

Transforming the E-Discovery Process

E-Discovery is often treated as a reactive activity without defined, repeatable processes, resulting in missed deadlines, lost evidence and miscommunications that can all lead to wasted time, increased internal costs and potential legal sanctions. As industry experts have pointed out, in-house legal must start treating e-discovery as a business process. Business process management, a discipline traditionally applied to non-legal functions, offers legal professionals remarkable improvements in...

Law Prac Mgmt
1
Price$50
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