Indiana CLE - Trial Skills Courses

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  • War Crimes in the Star Wars Universe: Episode VI

    Presented by a former war crimes prosecutor, the Star Wars original trilogy continues with this third and final installment. Amongst the scenes being offered for law-of-war analysis, the course will begin with the film’s opening scene, where Leia and then Luke Skywalker confront Jabba the Hutt. Is this an act of unconventional warfare? Does the law of armed conflict apply here? The course then takes up the moment when the Rebels find out about the new Death Star and determine that the... More Info

    1General Credit
  • Beyond Westlaw and Lexis: Effective Internet Search Techniques for Attorneys

    This CLE course covers a wide range of topics, including compliance, business strategy, informal dispute resolution, best practices, and more. It also provides insights into preparing formal legal advice and court documents, such as memos, pleadings, motions, and briefs. Participants will also gain valuable knowledge in trial preparation, which involves examining business and individual backgrounds, related litigation, expert witness matters (prior cases, publications, research on fact... More Info

    1General Credit
  • War Crimes in The Star Wars Universe Episode V: Conflicts, Disputes and More

    In this episode, we will explore the legality of Darth Vader’s droid program under international law and the law of armed conflict as well as its parallels to today’s drone programs. This CLE course will examine the Battle of Hoth, the role of military contractors such as Boba Fett in the law of war, whether Lando Calrissian’s trickery of Luke Skywalker and his friends constitutes a potential war crime, Darth Vader’s questionable treatment of detainees and the legal ramification of Luk... More Info

    1.1General Credits
  • Expertly Examining the Expert Witness: Depositions, Hearings and Trials

    Designed to help attorneys prepare for and examine expert witnesses, this informative CLE course will explain how to gather and assess information in preparation for a deposition or trial testimony of an expert, as well as how to formulate a comprehensive inquiry for the examination of an expert witness. The course will address how to present the relevant background of your expert and the areas in which they have approval and standing to render expert opinions. The course will al... More Info

    1.7General Credits
  • A Basic Overview of Tennessee Workers' Compensation Law

    Offering a comprehensive overview of the Tennessee Workers’ Compensation Act, this informative CLE course will help attorneys navigate the many complexities of filing a worker’s compensation claim in the Tennessee Bureau of Workers’ Compensation and the Tennessee Court of Workers’ Compensation. The course will present information relevant to applicable affirmative defenses as well as how to determine the eventual outcome of a case that is brought before the Tennessee Court of Workers’... More Info

    2General Credits
  • Veterans Update: What's New from Congress, The Courts and The VA

    The US has been at war for the past three decades. From Kuwait and the former Yugoslavia to Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria, the physical and mental toll on our armed forces has been extraordinary. This CLE course, presented by Commander John Wells, USN (Ret), Chairman of Military-Veterans Advocacy will explain the origin and purpose of the Department of Veteran Affairs, and try to simplify the seemingly endless regulations and procedural issues and potential pitfalls involved in their ope... More Info

    1.6General Credits
  • Broker Lien Rights: What Attorneys Need to Know

    Presented by a seasoned attorney who authored or lobbied on behalf of the roughly 34 states with commercial real estate broker lien rights, this CLE course will address a variety of related issues. The course will address protected commission claims, the prerequisite of such claims, timing, and legislative history. Advice on enforcements as well as guidelines for drafting a lien, asserting and serving a claim, foreclosing and defending judgement a the appellate level will be addressed.... More Info

    1.5General Credits
  • Representing the Personal Injury Plaintiff: How The Sausage is Made

    Filled with practical information on how to best represent a plaintiff in a personal injury case, this CLE course will help you present the process to clients in terms they can understand and offer tips and strategies for avoiding potential pitfalls. The course will provide detailed instructions on how to make the financial aspects of a case work in your client’s favor, setting client expectations and how to actually get damage compensation from insurance companies. More Info

    2.5General Credits
  • Pre-Trial Preparation for Success at Trial

    Trial preparation is essential for the success of your case. This CLE course will help attorneys prepare for trials using tried and tested methods for information gathering and storing. The course will explain how to employ information in the classroom to help secure a verdict in your client’s favor. More Info

    1General Credit
  • Advance Depositions: Strategies for Taking Depositions in Insurance Bad Faith Cases

    With a focus on the perspective of the plaintiff/insured, this CLE course will present effective techniques for taking depositions in insurance bad faith cases. Presented by esteemed and experienced attorneys, the course will address who to take depositions from and when to take them, as well as questions for key witnesses, what to be asked in advance and what should wait for trial. The course will also explain how to set up insurance company witnesses for cross-examination. More Info

    1.3General Credits
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