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Litigation Bundle - Oregon CLE

Total Credits:45.25 Ethics/Specialty Credits:9.25
Bundle Price:$545 (Save $1,555!)

We have selected our most popular lectures and bundled them together into our OR Litigation Bundle. This Bundle contains 45 Credit Hours of CLE Lectures - Including 5 credit hours of ethics and 1 credit hour of elder abuse reporting. Save time and money by choosing this option. Simply click the "Purchase Now" button and checkout!

Join our panel of experts as they share tried and true techniques for presenting, preserving and challenging the admissibility of evidence. Topics to be discussed include: Evidence Tools and Tips: Prior Inconsistent Statements; Reading from Depos...

General:6 Ethics:1

The importance of Jury Selection is frequently overlooked by experienced attorneys when commencing a trial. For the novice attorney, the prospect of selecting a jury can be a daunting undertaking. This CLE program will discuss the rudiments of jury...

General:3.75 Ethics:1

This CLE program presents winning strategies that Tom Liotti has learned as a rough and tumble New York lawyer who has successfully tried all types of cases throughout the nation. You will learn his secrets and tricks of the trade and share in his m...

General Credits:3

Along with looking at recent technological developments and their effect on confidentiality of proprietary information and the lawyer’s ethical responsibilities to protect it, this program will take a special look at e-discovery and the ethical rami...

General:2 Ethics:0.75

This CLE program presents winning strategies that Tom Liotti has learned as a rough and tumble New York lawyer who has successfully tried all types of cases throughout the nation. You will learn his secrets and tricks of the trade and share in his m...

General Credits:2.5

As all attorneys know or should know, every attorney is, ipso facto, an agent of each client, with concomitant fiduciary duties to the client. This CLE program provides a unique opportunity to understand the principles of agency law, giving attorney...

Ethics Credits:2.25

Do you want to learn the secrets of how Top Trial Lawyers win tough cases in tough places? One of the most common and most challenging cases to try is the trip or slip and fall case. Learn how to win these cases by making the defendant your free exp...

General Credits:2

Whether you are a solo practitioner, a partner in a large firm, in-house counsel, or a government attorney, you don’t practice alone. Most likely you have non-lawyer staff, law clerks, and partners or other colleagues with whom you work. While you t...

Ethics Credits:2

While a case is proven by the facts in evidence, a trial attorney’s opening and closing statements are often the most critical elements in their success. Developing a compelling opening and summation must begin early in the process with the facts th...

General Credits:2

A potential franchisor may well underestimate the complexity of the legal issues surrounding franchise law. Varying across state lines as well as across international borders, the laws are governed by federal laws that function in addition to, not i...

General Credits:2

While the signing of a contract may indicate a major transaction or commitment, people tend to view them as little more than pieces of paper, easily argued and voided. But the validity of a contract is dependent on myriad elements contained therein....

General Credits:1.75

The Uniform Trade Secrets Act (UTSA) is one with which every employment lawyer, intellectual property lawyer and business counselor should be deeply familiar. Adopted in 48 States, DC, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, UTSA provides extensive reme...

General Credits:1.75

All too often, traditional negotiation strategies result in blown up deals, protracted litigation, and destroyed relationships. Since we all negotiate every day, the stakes are far too high to rely on tired tactics that don’t work. Some people belie...

General:1.5 Ethics:0.25

Don't miss this lively discussion of eleven common intellectual property mistakes businesses, large and small, make and how to avoid making them in your business. This CLE program will offer solutions and best practices to avoid problems in multiple...

General Credits:1.5

Cybersecurity is a leading concern – if not the number one concern – for general counsel and compliance officers. This CLE program is presented by Tannenbaum Helpern’s Andre R. Jaglom and David R. Lallouz and Baker Tilly’s Russell J. Sommers. They w...

General Credits:1.5

Somebody may come to you one day and say "A friend of mine got hurt in an elevator. Is this a case?" Learn from a personal injury expert how to litigate an elevator case. Topics include elevator technical lingo, spotting issues, elevator safety rule...

General Credits:1.5

Are there strategies to select jurors favorable to your case? How can you recognize "dangerous" jurors? Are you selecting or de-selecting a jury? These issues and more will be explored in this CLE program, designed for both the young attorney as wel...

General Credits:1.25

Social media has transformed the way we think, the way we communicate, the way we socialize and the way we work. But for the legal profession, the advent of social media has created a world of ethical pitfalls that attorneys in all fields must learn...

Ethics Credits:1

US Copyright Law provides authors, artists, musicians and other creative people and their heirs the right to terminate certain prior grants of copyright. Obviously, the termination or “recapture” of copyrights can have huge commercial implications....

General Credits:1

Although each trial case has its own set of unique challenges, in order to conduct a successful cross-examination it is essential to follow specific guidelines. In this CLE course, experienced defense attorney Saad Siddiqui takes you through each st...

General Credits:1

As the population of elders in the US grows, so does the need to ensure they are cared for and protected by the law. To that end, this CLE course will explain Oregon’s new mandatory elder abuse reporting requirements, which came into effect on Janua...

Elder Abuse Credits:1
The National Academy of Continuing Legal Education offers courses that have been fully approved for MCLE credit by the Oregon State Bar. You can find our approved programs on Oregon State Bar website here http://www.osbar.org/members/mclesearch.asp.

Oregon attorneys may complete all 45 OR CLE credit hours from National Academy of Continuing Legal Education, including all 5 Legal Ethics CLE credits through either Audio CDs, DVDs or our Instant Online Formats. Attorneys may carry over a total of 15 OR CLE credit hours to a subsequent compliance period.



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