Connecticut CLE Courses

CLE Accreditation Info

United Institute for Continuing Legal Education is a provider of accredited CLE courses throughout the United States. To view our accreditation details for Connecticut, please click here.

  • Description: Employment agreements join the parties, where one or both are individuals, over short or long time periods. In order to be effective, these agreements must be regarded as advancing and protecting the self-interests of both parties. They must include the conditions of employment, responsibilities of each party, compensation, benefits and standards as well as factors that would trigger early termination. This CLE course will present how these agreements should be built, the inclusion of... Read More

    General Credits
    1

    Price: $29

  • Description: Representation of clients who commit DUI’s as well as other vehicular and criminal offenses can pose a variety of ethical dilemmas for representing counsel. More often than not, these issues arise as a result of conflict between the client’s needs, the license to practice, the prosecutor and the court’s obligation to maintain a truth-seeking process. This CLE course will explain these issues and offer first-hand knowledge in balancing conflicting interests while remaining focused on su... Read More

    Ethics Credits
    1.25

    Price: $34

  • Description: The new Uniform Rules of Court for the NY Supreme and County Courts have been adopted with the intent of adding selected Rules of the NYS Commercial Division. This CLE course will identify the new rules as well as explain how these new rules impact their litigation in New York State courts. The course will ensure you are knowledgeable on how these rules apply. Read More

    General Credits
    1.25

    Price: $29

  • Description: It’s difficult to imagine a time when the sale of alcohol was prohibited. Yet the current three tier system for the manufacture, distribution and sale of alcoholic beverages in the US was the result of prohibition. This CLE course, presented by Arielle Albert and Keven Danow, will present the regulatory schemes that states adopted to address these issues before the prohibition when states either took control over sales, elected a licensing scheme or remained dry, or at least partially... Read More

    General Credits
    1.25

    Price: $29

  • Description: Social justice issues are an important topic for lawyers to engage in, especially in light of the current climate combining the volatility of the pandemic, police brutality and voter suppression. This CLE course will explain these issues and how attorneys, as professionals and officers of the court, can guide their communities in these times of crisis. Whether in the office or through engagement in social or school organizations, bar associations or religious organizations, lawyers hav... Read More

    Ethics Credits
    1

    Price: $34

  • Description: With cybersecurity and data privacy an increasing concern, a comprehensive privacy and security program is essential for any professional organization. Compliance with the various, and many times conflicting requirements of clients and the legal system may further complicate the matter. In fact, clients have begun to view both legal and accounting firms as “vendors” and have no problem issuing their own requirements. This CLE course will explain the fundamentals of a security and privac... Read More

    General Credits
    1

    Price: $29

  • Description: It’s not all paranoia – law enforcement is often listening to your client’s communications and those communications will find their way in the case against your client. This CLE course will explain the statute covering federal electronic surveillance, which is required in order to understand how they are used in both state and federal electronic surveillance prosecutions. The course provides a basic understanding of the federal statute as well as ways to attack electronic surveillance... Read More

    General Credits
    1.25

    Price: $29

  • Description: Employee Manuals, even if no one reads them, are essential to protecting your business and your interests. This CLE course will explain how to draft an Employee Manual to accomplish its three main goals: 1-to communicate policies related to Human Resources 2- manage the risk of litigation by or on behalf of employees 3-ensure compliance with federal, state and local employment policies The course will review all aspects of an Employee Manual and the vocabulary that ensures you are... Read More

    General Credits
    2.5

    Price: $55

  • Description: The reasonableness of a claims adjuster’s conduct is often commented upon by other claim adjusters in bad faith litigation. Similarly underwriters are often used as experts in coverage litigation on underwriting specific risks and the interpretation and intent of policy provisions. But using these types of experts come with some degree of risk as their credibility could be attacked on the basis of previous testimony, relationships with insurance companies or limitations of their experience.... Read More

    General Credits
    1.5

    Price: $55

  • Description: A first-of-its-kind statute dedicated to the protection of W-2 employees, the New York City’s Freelance Isn’t Free Act went above and beyond in protecting freelance workers from late and non-payment. With powerful civil remedies in place such as negative presumption against hiring parties, double damages, and attorney fees, to name a few, NYC is leading the way in freelance worker protection and other states are following. This CLE course will provide commercial litigators with everyth... Read More

    General Credits
    1.75

    Price: $55

United Institute for Continuing Legal Education is a provider of accredited CLE courses throughout the United States. To view our accreditation details for Connecticut, please click here.