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Litigation Bundle - Washington CLE

45 Total Credits
w/ 35.75 Law & Legal Proc. & 9.25 Ethics
Bundle Price:$599 (Save $1,501!)

We have selected our most popular lectures and bundled them together into our Litigation Bundle. This Bundle contains 45 Credit Hours of CLE Lectures - Including 15 Law & Legal Procedure Credits and 6 Ethics Credits.

The legal industry has dramatically changed as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. More and more law firms across the country (and the world) are instructing attorneys and staff to work from home. For many, this is a significant change from what dail...

Ethics Credits:1

From two of the most experienced and successful trial lawyers in America, this CLE course will tell you the key things you need to know and do to win big at trial particularly a jury trial. This is not your grandfather’s trial course. It is about th...

Law & Proc. Credits:2.5

Applying ethics rules to real-world litigation can be daunting. Your clients want you to push the limits. Technology speeds everything up. And every time you open the Law Journal it's filled with malpractice cases, fee battles, pay equity claims, di...

Ethics Credits:1.75

In litigation, particularly in personal injury and wrongful death cases, all parties are routinely deposed. The deposition of an adverse party should be viewed as a deposition of a free expert witness, one that the plaintiff can use to prove her cas...

Law & Proc. Credits:2.5

This CLE program is designed to give the trial lawyer/practitioner a real life sense of how to address rules of professionalism/ethics and civility in high stakes litigation, when your opponent’s zealous advocacy of his/her client’s interests can l...

Ethics Credits:1.5

In a world where cryptocurrency has offered online users the pinnacle of anonymity, ample software and programs have been developed to hide online users’ identities at all costs. The feeling of complete anonymity and impossibility of accountability...

Law & Proc. Credits:2

In 2013, the United States Supreme Court issued a decision involving patent and antitrust law in Federal Trade Commission v. Actavis, Inc., 570 U.S. , 133 S. Ct. 2,rns (2013). The Court held that a "pay for delay" or "reverse payment" settlement agr...

Law & Proc. Credits:1

In this CLE program, participants will learn the basics of writing a civil motion for filing in the New York State Supreme Court. The course covers the steps in drafting and producing a NYSCEF-ready set of motion papers, including the Notice of Moti...

Law & Proc. Credits:1

This CLE course will provide an overview of the benefits and methods of Legal Project Management and Process Improvement. The lecture will begin by explaining broadly what the application of legal project management to each legal service enterprise...

Law & Proc. Credits:2.25

Restrictive covenants in the form of noncompetition and nonsolicitation agreements are often used by employers . Currently, millions of employees in the United States are under some type of restrictive covenant. Courts, however, strictly construe r...

Law & Proc. Credits:1.25

This CLE course is intended to bring lawyers and law firm management up to speed about the troubling statistics regarding lawyers and alcohol and substance abuse as well as the high incidence in our profession of mental health issues such as depress...

Ethics Credits:1.25

Many lawyers are unfamiliar with the nuances of computer technology and data security essential to comply with 21st century ethics rules and our digital world. There are many hidden dangers in frequently used tools and platforms, including e-mail, s...

Ethics Credits:1.5

Depositions can make or break any fact-dependent case. It isn't enough to simply hope your adversary will say what you want, or hope that your own client will avoid putting his foot in his mouth. Careful planning can make a huge difference. In this...

Law & Proc. Credits:2.5

The past few years have been a whirlwind for ethics lawyers. From the national news to the changing landscape of the legal profession, lawyers have faced new and challenging issues in a variety of contexts. This riveting CLE program will cover the...

Ethics Credits:1

Preparation for a matrimonial trial begins with the first interview with the client. Every step which you take must be geared to preparing for trial. You begin with an initial intake form, the preparation of a complete and detailed Statement of Net...

Law & Proc. Credits:2.75

Presenting a witness for a deposition requires significant time and preparation before even walking into the room. This seminar provides an overview of the practice tips and recommendations for preparing and presenting a witness for a deposition. Th...

Law & Proc. Credits:1

A whistleblower or qui tam action can provide financial rewards to individuals who have information that a company/individual has committed fraud. The primary statutes under which this relief may be sought are the federal and state False Claims Act...

Law & Proc. Credits:1.25

This CLE lecture will focus on the selection and review of potential medical malpractice cases. The importance of case selection and early review has a huge impact on the outcome of a medical malpractice case and has broader implications. Medical Ma...

Law & Proc. Credits:1.25

Business Arbitration and Business Mediation have a number of advantages relative to litigating commercial cases in court. There also are some disadvantages. Unless you’re intimately familiar with the Alternative Dispute Resolution processes, how wil...

Law & Proc. Credits:1.75

Legal Funding is now one of the hottest topics when it comes to client, attorney and case financing. It seems like every state in the country is legislating and preparing guidelines to address this controversial form of lending. In this CLE lecture...

Law & Proc. Credits:1

How should legal practitioners approach and defend claims that might seem nebulous or without precedent? This seminar will answer this question by considering cases such as Piatek v. Happiest Hour, where in 2018 a business ejected a patron for weari...

Law & Proc. Credits:1.25

This CLE course focuses on the regulation of banks in the U.S. It covers the significant bank regulatory laws from the Great Depression to the 2010 Dodd Frank Act, as well as both federal and state regulatory agencies having jurisdiction over banks....

Law & Proc. Credits:1.25

Today employers are facing increased challenges to their wage-hour employment practices. Federal and state departments of labor are active and conducting unannounced audits throughout the nation. Class actions seeking and winning millions of doll...

Law & Proc. Credits:1.75

Companies often deal with disputes relating to departing employees, unlawful competition and employee theft. These disputes often end up in court, where there are significant legal pitfalls and factual hurdles awaiting either side in litigation....

Law & Proc. Credits:1

In a business divorce, one or more owners of a privately held business determine to legally separate their interests through a buy-out or dissolution of the existing business. In this CLE lecture, attorney Michael Firestone will discuss the processes...

Law & Proc. Credits:1

Law school includes a heavy load of courses on all aspects of the legal profession. And yet, one feature that does not seem to get the attention it warrants is basic client communication. Good communication may seem an inherent and almost instinctua...

Law & Proc. Credits:1.25

All litigators know the value and essential nature of preparation of clients for major litigation events. But preparation work is frequently superficial, inefficient and not sufficiently directed to the client’s fears, anxieties and intellectual cap...

Law & Proc. Credits:1.5

This CLE will help prepare any trial attorney for an upcoming trial. Information will be provided on the immediate steps to take on receiving a file ready for trial from connecting with the client, to checking to see whats missing, what needs to be d...

Law & Proc. Credits:1.25

This CLE lecture will focus on the impact civility or the lack thereof has on everyday practice. From interactions with clients, opposing counsel, judges and courtroom staff, the rules of professional conduct require lawyers to act civilly. This lec...

Ethics Credits:1.25

Succession planning options for attorneys may be more complex than people realize. With internal succession, external succession and contingency plans in case of sudden disability or death, the process for developing these different plans can be bot...

Law & Proc. Credits:1.5
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