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Courses purchased through UnitedCLE.com are provided and fully accredited by The National Academy of Continuing Legal Education, a Florida Bar Accredited CLE Sponsor (CLE Sponsor # 0185716). To view NACLE’s accreditation details, please click here.

  • Description: The aging population impacts every industry, including attorneys. This CLE course will address how retiring attorneys should value, sell and purchase law practices. The course will present the process for preparing to sell properties and offer tips to add value through systems and processes implemented across their practices. The course will explain the 5 key components used to value a practice, options for selling a law firm and the “synergy value” that retiring attorneys should prese... Read More

    General Credits
    1
    Self-Report

    Price: $29

  • Description: Landlord/tenant litigation and dispute resolution has undergone a massive upheaval as a result of COVID-19. Enforcing what was previously straight-forward lease defaults, such as non-payment of rent, have been increasingly difficult as a result of evolving procedural requirements resulting from a tide of Executive and Administrative Orders. This CLE course will seek to summarize the current procedural stature of landlord/tenant litigation in Supreme and Civil Court, as well as offer a... Read More

    General Credits
    1.5
    Self-Report

    Price: $55

  • Description: As we enter 2022, the issue of vaccine mandates are becoming more controversial. This CLE course will explain the various rules being implemented and where they stand with regards to court challenges and various state efforts to counter them. The course will cover the OSHA Emergency Temporary Standard and the OSHA proposed rule as well as arguments being litigated against it. Rules issues by the Center for Medicare and Medicare Services as well as for federal contractors and the trend... Read More

    General Credits
    2
    Self-Report

    Price: $55

  • Description: Litigating construction lawsuits are adversarial processes at their core. Yet the American Bar Association has nevertheless established Model Rules of Professional Conduct, offering guidance for lawyers’ conduct in the course of “seek[ing] a result advantageous to its client but consistent with requirements of honest dealings with others.” The ethical standards outlined apply both to the interaction between a counsel and the representation of their client as well as to the retention an... Read More

    Ethics Credits
    1.5
    Self-Report

    Price: $65

  • Description: Orthopedic procedures are common in legal proceedings involving an injury. This may take the form of a defective product in a knee implant, pedicle screw or biologic such as Norian. This CLE course will present procedural considerations in such a case as well as review relevant case law, anatomy and an explanation of common orthopedic surgical procedures attorneys should be familiar with. Read More

    General Credits
    1.5
    Self-Report

    Price: $55

  • Description: This CLE course serves to clear up the misunderstanding surrounding the 2021 laws that permits college athletes to earn money from the use of their Name, Image & Likeness (NIL) without risking their college eligibility. While there are some restrictions, the response of the NCAA in lifting their rules, even in states where the law wasn’t passed, enabled collegiate athletes, previously barred from endorsements or other earnings, to pursue opportunities much the way professional athletes do.... Read More

    General Credits
    2
    ✓ Pre-Approved

    Price: $55

  • Description: COVID-19 motivated many lawyers to relocate, work remotely, and avoid perceived risk. This CLE course will assess the legal and ethical ramifications of relocation, particularly to states beyond where you might be licensed. The course will address authorization to practice, jurisdiction and choice of rules. Read More

    Ethics Credits
    1.5
    Self-Report

    Price: $65

  • Description: The pre-trial process is critical to the final outcome of a case. This CLE course, presented by Reuben Guttman and JC Lore, authors of Pretrial Advocacy (National Institute of Trial Advocacy/Wolters Kluwer 2021), explain that the changes to the standards that govern pleading, class certification, summary judgement, discovery, and experts, as well as the advent of social media and other electronic information, have completed altered the way litigation is handled. The course will address... Read More

    General Credits
    2
    Self-Report

    Price: $55

  • Description: Philanthropic initiatives by companies have become almost expected in recent years. Corporate Social Responsibility has made it almost impossible to avoid. But how can a company give back? This CLE course will present the different program options available to companies, taking into account compliance issues, program consistency with a company brand and strategies to avoid legal liability. This CLE course will offer an interactive overview useful for both CSR and corporate foundation m... Read More

    General Credits
    1.5
    Self-Report

    Price: $55

  • Description: This informative CLE course will present the common law and statutory causes of action related to privacy invasion. This may include wiretapping, trap and trace methods, tracking devices and video or other surveillance. The course will also focus on the case law related to invasion of privacy and its impact on claims in civil litigation, employment and family law. Read More

    Total Credits
    2
    Incl. 1 Tech
    Self-Report

    Price: $65

Courses purchased through UnitedCLE.com are provided and fully accredited by The National Academy of Continuing Legal Education, a Florida Bar Accredited CLE Sponsor (CLE Sponsor # 0185716). To view NACLE’s accreditation details, please click here.