Connecticut MCLE - Medical Law Courses
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Virtual Isolation: Is Hyperconnectivity Helping or Harming the Legal Professional?
Modern technology has taken over our lives in ways we couldn’t have possibly anticipated. Smartphones have replaced colleagues, friends and family as our most constant companions. However, like many things, their contributions to our lives comes at a price including the risk of dependence, addiction and fear. Constantly online, we find ourselves connected, but alone. Even put to the side, our electronic devices are always running. This trend has had an especially deliberating impact on... More Info$341Ethics Credit
Anatomy of a Slip and Fall Case from Start to Finish
A winter storm brings unimaginable havoc, most of which is felt in the immediate inconveniences. But a recent major winter storm has had long-lasting consequences in the shape of ongoing litigation over slip and fall injuries. This CLE course will offer a hypothetical slip and fall case from the perspectives of three involved parties, plaintiff’s attorney, defense attorney, and meteorologist expert. The course will take you step-by-step through the chronology of meteorological events w... More Info$291General Credit
Breathalyzer Tests: To Blow or Not To Blow, That is The Question
Refusing a breathalyzer test seems incriminating, but might be within a client’s rights. This CLE course will address Test Refusals – To Blow or Not to Blow, a program designed to systematically assist lawyers in handling phone calls from individuals under arrest for DWI. The course will not only explain how to answer the question, but also how to do so in a way that doesn’t incriminate the client. The course will also explain how to represent someone who is accused of refusing to subm... More Info$291General Credit
The New Wave of Benzene Litigation: Class Actions
Traditionally, the plaintiffs in benzene personal injury litigation have alleged that their use of paints, solvents, varnishes, and other petroleum-based products caused them to develop blood cancers. When in 2021, benzene was found in deodorants, sunscreens, and other personal care products, consumer class action cases were filed in federal district courts in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Ohio, South Carolina, Florida, Illinois, Missouri, California, and Ore... More Info$291General Credit
The Highs and Lows of Cannabis Land Use Regulations
Weed is now legal in 21 states, with more than 155 million Americans able to legally possess marijuana. However, it remains classified as a Schedule I drug on the Controlled Substances Act, which is the same category as heroin, meaning it can disqualify someone from entering the U.S. military or for applying for a security clearance. Even those cannabis businesses operating in state-legal markets struggle to fund their start-up costs because they are restricted from opening bank accounts or ge... More Info$291.25General Credits
Hot Topics and Trends in Employment Law
Presenting updates from the dynamic and constantly evolving area of nation-wide employment laws and EPL trends, this CLE course will review the past year’s most important developments as well as new legislation and trends that will impact employment law in the years to come. The course will address the interplay between the FMLA, ADA, and OSHA as they relate to COVID claims, the “me too” period’s impact on confidentiality clauses, laws pertaining to medical marijuana and accommodation... More Info$291.25General Credits
Legal Issues for Growing Cannabis at Home
The Marijuana Regulation and Tax Act legalized cannabis in New York. Cannabis advocates successfully fought for the inclusion of home cultivation in the new law against the lobbying of the New York Medical Cannabis Industry and other trade groups. Since then, the cannabis industry has expanded exponentially, and while home grow does not get the attention of more commercial methods, it is one of the industry’s fastest growing sectors. This CLE course will review the laws that... More Info$291General Credit
Labor and Employment Law Update: What’s New and What’s Next
This informative CLE course will present updates and developments to both New York State and Federal labor and employment laws. The course will address the latest requirements resulting from COVID, as well as unemployment insurance related to 1099’s, discrimination, sick leave, updates to hour and wage laws, workers’ compensation issues, electronic monitoring, non-compete and non-solicitation agreements, arbitration agreements and other tips and strategies for navigating these complexi... More Info$291General Credit
When One Door Closes: A Primer on Automatic Door Cases for the Premises Liability Practitioner
Doors are a seemingly innocuous element of our day-to-day lives. Yet surprisingly, they cause frequent damage to patrons of businesses, residences and medical complexes. The liability issues that may result from the simple installation of a door are numerous and attorneys cannot afford to be lulled into a belief that store operators or building owners don’t bear responsibility. This CLE course, designed for personal injury attorneys as well as others, will offer a detailed, introductor... More Info$291General Credit
New Marijuana Legislation & Vehicular Search & Seizures: Lingering Odor Of Marijuana as Probable Cause & Residue
The New NYS Marijuana Legislation, also known as the Marijuana Regulation and Taxation Act, offers tools for criminal defense attorneys under the new search and seizure protections allowing probable cause to conduct a search of a vehicle as a result of an alleged marijuana odor. This CLE course will review the new legislation and the tools it offers, focusing primarily on the recent case of Police Department v. Xavier J. Williams; Joan R. Salzman, Administrative Law Judge, which applie... More Info$291General Credit