Florida Employment Law Bundle

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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.

33 Credits
w/ 9 Ethics/Specialty Credits
Only $349
Courses Priced
Individually at $1,092
We have selected our most popular lectures and bundled them together into our Employment Law Bundle. This Bundle contains 33 Credit Hours of CLE Lectures - including 5 ethics and 3 technology credits.
This CLE course is designed to provide a general overview of employer obligation to verify employment eligibility, document review and retention requirements. The course will explain when and how to complete Form I-9, use of eVerify and strategies ev...
General Credits:1.5
With the internet making information available to anyone with wifi, intellectual property protection is more relevant than ever. This CLE course will explain the principal elements of Intellectual Property Protection, the process, international consi...
General Credits:2.5
In comparison with litigating commercial cases in court, business arbitration and mediation hold a number of important benefits, but taking advantage of them requires familiarity with Alternative Dispute Resolution. This CLE course, presented by expe...
General Credits:2
The Employee Retirement Security Act of 1974 was designed to protect employees who participate in employers pension and welfare benefit plans and yet, there are those who maintain that it has failed plan beneficiaries who are looking to enforce thei...
General Credits:2
Providing a comprehensive overview of copyright infringement, this CLE course will discuss the importance of registration, unsure defense and fair use as well as actual damages and profits. The course will review liability for employee action, the a...
General Credits:1.5
Wage hour employment practices face increased scrutiny by federal and state labor departments. This CLE course will provide strategies for in-house counsel and HR directors to ensure that employment practices can withstand scrutiny. The course will...
General Credits:2
No matter how unsolvable a dispute may seem, taking it to court opens up both sides of a litigation to potential legal pitfalls. With disputes related to departing employees, employee theft and unlawful competition, the initial actions taken by a cli...
General Credits:1
The protection of one’s personal data has gained a lot of attention recently. In the EU, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was passed as a means of protecting its citizens. Passed in April 2016, it impacts any entity with online interests...
General Credits:1.5
Not every ethical decision is a choice between right and wrong, bad and good. Some are far vaguer, battling in the shades of gray where our responsibilities to clients may blur the lines. This CLE course will tackle some of the more profound, overar...
Ethics Credits:2.5
The mandates for attorneys as dictated by the Model Rules explain the responsibilities and prohibitions that all practitioners must adopt and abide by. And while they explain the ethical requirements of attorneys, they don’t necessarily explain how t...
Ethics:2 Prof:1
Gender discrimination and gender diversity has perhaps never been more center-stage. This CLE course will take an attorneys view of the issue and discuss them in terms of the legal profession. The course will explain pay equity in law firms, sexual h...
General Credits:1
A recent Lexis Nexis search for "sanctions" in Maryland revealed that there are over 4000 open civil cases where attorneys and their clients are facing sanctions issues. This is largely due to the predominance of electronic data for discovery, which...
General Credits:1.5
Small firm and solo practitioners face additional challenges in staying informed of ethical rules and considerations for attorneys without the organizational, administrative and legal support of larger firms. This CLE course, designed specifically fo...
Ethics Credits:3.5
Marijuana in the workplace is just one of the challenges facing the legalization of cannabis. This course will review the statistics of workplace marijuana use and the various contradictory rules regarding federal and state employee protections. Empl...
General Credits:1
A slew of new rules and regulations over the past year in recruiting and retaining global talent has put constraints on an increasingly competitive hiring market. This CLE course will explain how to understand the new market and anticipate the year...
General Credits:1
Moderated by UWWM mediator and special magistrate Jeffrey M. Fleming, this CLE presentation explains how to maintain ethical standards and civil discourse during mediations, specifically those that arise from class and mass actions. The course will...
General Credits:1
To ensure compliance and prevent liability, updating employee handbooks should be an annual activity as federal, state and local laws may have changed. This CLE course will explain the protections your employee handbook must include to shield you in...
General Credits:1.5
Multi-state employers face tremendous challenges in creating employee handbooks. With laws that vary by state, organizations doing business across the country must ensure compliance with all state laws as well as federal laws regarding workplace comp...
General Credits:1.5
Even after years of legislation and nation-wide public awareness, people with disabilities still often find themselves in situations where accessibility was not taken into account. This has resulted in thousands of lawsuits in federal court in the la...
General Credits:1.5
33 Credits
w/ 9 Ethics/Specialty Credits
Only $349
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.