Colorado In-House Counsel Bundle

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Courses purchased through UnitedCLE.com are provided and fully accredited by The National Academy of Continuing Legal Education, a Certified Provider of CLE as recognized by the Colorado Supreme Court Continuing Legal and Judicial Education Committee .To view further accreditation details, please click here.

45 Credits
w/ 7 Ethics & 2 Equity/Diversity
Only $349
Courses Priced
Individually at $1,395

We have selected our most popular lectures and bundled them together into our In-House Counsel Bundle. This Bundle contains 45 credits including 7 Professional Responsibility of which, 5 are in Ethics or Professionalism, and 2 are in Equity, Diversity, and Inclusivity (EDI).

The purchase or sale of the entirety of business assets, some business assets, or an ownership interest in a business requires three main types of purchase agreements. These include Asset Purchase Agreements, Membership Interest Purchase Agreements...
General Credits:3
The most common ethical missteps are often the most avoidable. Utilizing a variety of risk management tools, practitioners can learn which conduct and practices typically draw the attention of bar prosecutors or clients in order to avoid these poten...
Ethics Credits:2
Practicing lawyers must do everything in their power to properly represent their client, but that does not mean they are exempt from certain ethical obligations. This CLE course will present the main issues in ethics and ethical management. The cour...
Ethics Credits:2
The movement of data is essential in today’s global economy. And with the speed and ease with which data changes hands, the legal issues involved in handling personal and client data is that much more sensitive and complex. This CLE course will...
General Credits:1
Attorney client privilege is one of the basic tenets of client representation. But what is it really? When is it applicable and under what circumstances can it be waived? To whom does it apply? This CLE course will explain the basic concepts an...
Ethics Credits:1
Venture capital has made it possible for many young companies to grow into major corporations. By providing extensive financial and advisory support, they manage to accomplish these goals while sparing them from the scrutiny and disclosure requireme...
General Credits:2
BAR rules and ethical considerations regarding representation or often misunderstood. This lack of information can lead to mistakes that could be costly. This CLE course will explain ethical considerations related to representation and termination a...
Ethics Credits:2
Regardless of what business you’re in, the issues of implicit bias, diversity and inclusion has impacted your business. When it comes to the practice of law, this means attracting, providing services to and retaining an increasingly diverse clientel...
Diversity Credits:2
Learning to avoid Employment Law liability under the FMLA, ADA, ADEA and GINA statutes is a must for any employer. This comprehensive CLE course will explain how each of these laws interact with others and how to ensure compliance with employment la...
General Credits:3
Regardless of whether you are representing a bank or a client who is a counter-party to a bank, bank regulatory issues may arise. Designed for general practitioners, this CLE course will offer an overview on the complexities of the US banking system...
General Credits:2
Biometrics, which refers to identification by means of physiological characteristics such as retina and speech recognition, fingerprints and even heart or brain waves, poses a variety of ethical and legal consideration. While employers are attemptin...
General Credits:2
The rules governing employer/employee relationships have taken dramatic turns over the past year with a slew of new regulations that impact everything from discrimination and harassment to social media and confidentiality. This CLE course will expla...
General Credits:2
An attorney who serves as a general counsel or a municipal attorney may be required to serve as an organization’s parliamentarian at regular or annual meetings as a requirement defined in their governing documents. This CLE course will explain the b...
General Credits:2
Qui tam actions, commonly known as whistle blowing, often benefit the individual who has information that a company or other individual has committed fraud. Under the False Claims Acts (FCA’s), which cover a broad range of fraudulent acts, as well a...
General Credits:2
Restrictive covenants are typical tools employers use to decrease competition and millions of employees in the US are under some form of non-competition or non-solicitation agreement. The courts’ view of these agreements vary from that of employers...
General Credits:2
The issue of patents, trademarks and copyrights have received a great deal of attention in the past year. This CLE course will review the most important IP case decisions of the past year, including Supreme Court decisions on how trademark restricti...
General Credits:2
Presented by business lawyers Eli Greenberg and Mark Silverstein, this CLE course will offer an overview of the four principle business entities - Corporations, General Partnerships, Limited Liability Companies, and Limited Partnerships. The course...
General Credits:2
There are a variety of ways to structure the acquisition of an insurance business. This CLE course will discuss these different avenues taking into consideration variables such as the type of business being acquired, the buyer’s business objectives...
General Credits:1
Startups seem to be forming on a daily, maybe even hourly, basis. Which will succeed and which will fail is somewhat dependent on the strength of the idea, but even more so on an entrepreneur’s ability to move the innovation through the initial phas...
General Credits:2
The use of non-competition agreements by businesses and employers is on the rise. The CLE course will explain recent laws enacted in various states and how they may differ one from another, particularly in scope. The course will also explore how the...
General Credits:1
Selecting a distinctive brand for a business’s services and products requires creativity and skill. This CLE course will help businesses as well as their counsels on the key elements to consider as well as how to protect the brands once they’re crea...
General Credits:2
This CLE course, presented by Frankfurt Kurnit, will explore issues of privacy and advertising as they relate to Software Development Kits (SDK’s) and other tracking technology in today’s apps. The course will do a deep dive in SDK’s and explain how...
General Credits:1
Even for the more seasoned attorney there is room for improvement when it comes to contracts. This CLE course will help to identify and improve critical contract provisions using a Purchase of Sale Agreement as a baseline, the course will explain ho...
General Credits:2
Offering a complete overview on life insurance, this CLE course will cover insurable interest, common riders and term vs. permanent. The topic of underwriting and the various types of insurance companies as well as buy/sell agreements, key persons,...
General Credits:1
Financial planning is about more than just retirement. This CLE course will address a variety of financial planning issues such as student loan debt, taxes, financial aid eligibility, and salary disbursement. The course will discuss the interrel...
General Credits:1
45 Credits
w/ 7 Ethics & 2 Equity/Diversity
Only $349
Courses purchased through UnitedCLE.com are provided and fully accredited by The National Academy of Continuing Legal Education, a Certified Provider of CLE as recognized by the Colorado Supreme Court Continuing Legal and Judicial Education Committee .To view further accreditation details, please click here.