Connecticut MCLE - Litigation Courses

This is a listing of Litigation CLE Courses for Connecticut. Please make your selection below of Connecticut CLE courses. Click "Add To Cart" to purchase Individual CLE Courses. For more information about a particular CLE course, click on the "More Info" link. Click the "Preview" button to view a short preview of the course.

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  • Defying Limits: Breaking the Boundaries of Adverse Possession

    Adverse possession is a legal concept that you might remember from law school but haven't thought much about since. It’s an ancient principle that's been around for thousands of years, and it's likely to endure as long as people own land. Essentially, if certain conditions are met, someone can acquire ownership of property without buying it or going to court. This CLE course dives into the intricacies of adverse possession, focusing on its role in litigation. You’ll learn about the key... More Info

    $55
    2General Credits
  • The Plaintiff Fact Sheet (“PFS”) in a Mass Tort Setting

    This CLE course explores the Plaintiff Fact Sheet (PFS), a key document in Mass Tort litigation that functions as a customized set of written questions in place of standard interrogatories. In Mass Tort cases, parties negotiate the questions that appear in the PFS. Defendants aim to include detailed questions covering basic claimant information—like date of birth and marital status—as well as case-specific details such as the type and date of injury, and the claimant's medical history.... More Info

    $29
    1.25General Credits
  • Winning Strategies for Soft Tissue Injuries

    This CLE course will offer strategies for successful outcomes in jury trials for soft tissue injuries in car crashes. This course will focus on tried-and-true methods to winning compensation for clients on soft tissue sprain/strain types of injuries in crash cases. The strategies will be presented in a step-by-step manner, beginning with Voire Dire and ending with closing arguments. More Info

    $29
    1General Credit
  • Guerrilla Warfare Tactics in Federal IP Cases

    Intellectual property litigation can be a daunting field, but it doesn't have to be overwhelming. This CLE course is designed to guide you through the fast-paced world of IP litigation and teach you how to navigate its complexities effectively. While many believe that filing a lawsuit is simple—thanks to countless templates and resources available online—the real challenge is crafting a winning strategy that leads to swift resolution, avoiding the prolonged and expensive battles that often cha... More Info

    $55
    1.5General Credits
  • How To Write a Persuasive Motion

    There’s an art to drafting legal motions. This one-hour CLE course will help practicing attorneys looking to enhance their advocacy skills by offering tools for constructing engaging factual narratives, structuring compelling arguments, and navigating the stages of motion practice. The course will also explain how to master citation formats, address ethical issues and other topics critical to effective motion writing. Useful for both seasoned and novice attorneys, this course offers va... More Info

    $29
    1General Credit
  • How Magnuson-Moss and UCC Article 2 Apply to Car Warranty Claims: Dealing with Lemons

    Lemon law cases have a logic all their own. This CLE course will provide general practitioners with the basic legal concepts necessary to litigate a lemon law case. The course will present express and implied warranties, both under state laws and the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act, as well as state Lemon Laws and fraud and state consumer fraud acts. Participants will be advised of the basic conceptual tools to handle these types of cases. More Info

    $29
    1General Credit
  • The Use of Investigators in Litigation Matters

    Lawyers play a pivotal role in litigation matters through thorough investigations. They delve into the parties involved and the factual backdrop using various methods like third-party investigators, scouring public records, witness interviews, and sometimes surveillance. Occasionally, lawyers also probe into their own clients or witnesses to ensure accuracy in representations or to address suspicions of deceit. Understanding clients' backgrounds aids in crafting effective strategies, e... More Info

    $29
    1General Credit
  • Data Privacy in Higher Education

    This CLE course is tailored for attorneys seeking enhanced insight into the distinctive data privacy challenges pertinent to the realm of higher education. Given the multifaceted nature of colleges and universities, adherence to data privacy regulations is paramount, affecting students, staff, alumni, donors, and the institution's operations at large. The course aims to furnish a comprehensive introduction to the intricacies of data privacy within the higher education sector, addressing... More Info

    $29
    1General Credit
  • Getting and Keeping Cases From The Plaintiffs Perspective: Delivering on Your Promises of Performance

    Led by a team of experienced panelists, this CLE course will offer a practical overview of how your business can attract clients, and address how firms can market themselves considering their relative experience and firm resources. The affordability of television and media advertising, and what the alternatives are for those without the resources for such ventures, will be discussed. The course will also present the importance of client relationships and how they are maintained, as wel... More Info

    $29
    1General Credit
  • Terrorism On Trial: An Overview of Anti-Terrorism Litigation in Federal Courts

    This introductory CLE course will offer a glimpse into the exclusive area of anti-terrorism litigation. The course will provide an overview of the most common federal anti-terrorism statutes including 28 U.S.C. 1605A (the “terrorism exception” to the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act) and the Anti-Terrorism Act (ATA) as amended by the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA). The course will address timelines, eligibility criteria, and the typical obstacles to obtaining a judgm... More Info

    $29
    1.25General Credits
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