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  • Navigating the Uncharted Legal Terrain of Artificial Intelligence

    AI has the potential to dramatically transform the way we interact with technology and, as new technologies emerge, AI evolves and can be adapted to be useful in countless new ways. Typically defined as a branch of computer science that studies the development and implementation of software and algorithms to enable machines to think and act like humans, it usually takes the form of machine learning, natural language processing, robotics and computer vision. A rapidly advancing field wi... More Info

    1.2General Credits
  • Business Law Strategy & Contract Drafting: Considerations for Maximizing, Monetizing & Preserving Client's Patent Rights

    Patent law is an important area for business law attorneys to understand. This CLE course will explain everything you need to know including the importance of NDA’s in a patent application, crucial clauses of drafting employment agreements and tips for cost effectively dealing with patent infringement on e-commerce platforms. More Info

    1General Credit
  • Holding The Marijuana Industry Legally Accountable

    Since the legalization of marijuana, its potency has risen and can reach 99% pure delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol (THC).[1] It is the THC in marijuana which results in the “high,” and which can lead to addiction, violence, crime, mental illness, traffic deaths, and many other health and social problems. Many maintain that voters were not properly informed of these dangers when marijuana was legalized and that the current use and these levels causes harm that, had the public been aware, might have... More Info

    2.1General Credits
  • Understanding Diversity, Equity and Inclusion: How the Law Created Inequity

    Efforts to equalize opportunity are often encapsulated by the words “diversity, equity and inclusion”. The need and purpose for DEI requires an understanding of how inequality is embedded into the law. This CLE course will explain the many laws and judicial pronouncements that have made inequality the law. The course will present some of the more seminal cases, some taught as early as grade school and some virtually unknown – in order to shed light on claims of inequity and the efforts... More Info

    1.1Ethics Credits
  • Is There Any Evidence For This Evidence: What Experienced Trial Lawyers Must Know About The Evidence Code

    Offering a comprehensive overview as well as practical applications for the Evidence Code under Federal Rules of Evidence this CLE course will address issues of: Scope (preliminary questions, application of rules, admissibility limitations, etc.) Judicial Notice (when courts can assume the veracity of commonly known things) Relevance (what kinds of evidence are deemed relevant and admissible or when relevant evidence may nonetheless not be shown to a jury, etc.) Presumptions (regarding... More Info

    1.7General Credits
  • Rudiments of Social Security Disability Practice

    Establishing adult and childhood disability is a necessity for Social Security claims. This CLE course will offer a straightforward approach to going through the steps required to establish adult and childhood disability in accordance with the Social Security Agency. The course will explain each step and the Agency’s expectation of how they will be addressed and provide additional tips and strategies derived from over 25 years of adjudications in the subject area. Practical advice and... More Info

    1.1General Credits
  • Following the Money: A Primer on Fraudulent Transfer Litigation for the Uninitiated

    Debt collection can be simple and straightforward, or difficult and even dirty when a debtor decides to make things complicated. Debtors facing lawsuits may attempt to shield themselves by giving assets to family or friends, leaving nothing for a creditor to take. This CLE course will offer tactics for combating what’s considered fraudulent transfers by the Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act (UFTA) and the avoidance actions that can be taken. More Info

    1General Credit
  • Depositions in Motor Vehicle Crashes

    Conducting a deposition takes skill, experience and training. This CLE course, presented by an esteemed attorney with a track record of winning high figure verdicts in motor vehicle crash cases, will explain how to conduct depositions in all states so that defendants are de facto expert witnesses in a motor vehicle crash case. The course will explain how to establish the negligence of a defendant using the “Holy Trinity” of motor vehicle crashes and how to gain access to legal preceden... More Info

    1.2General Credits
  • Managing Client Expectations Throughout the Litigation Process

    The litigation process for a claim of non-payment is complex. You want every penny that is due to you, and do not want to settle for less, but to ensure you end up gaining more than you lose, an understanding of the process is critical. This CLE course will explain the professional, personal and psychological skills needed to move forward in this type of litigation to ensure a successful and satisfying resolution. More Info

    1General Credit
  • Why Lawyers Need to Bill Strategically in an Age of Legal Artificial Intelligence

    While some of the new technologies, like ChatGPT, are relatively recent, the concept of outsourcing work, especially the repetitive, administrative type – to computers is not new, particularly to lawyers. While no one wants to see a computer take-over, there’s no question that there are some tasks that computers are better suited to, and with their unlimited energy and inability to get distracted, it’s to everyone’s advantage to outsource. And yet, no one wants a robot for a litigator. So how... More Info

    1General Credit
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