Indiana Litigation Bundle

CLE Accreditation Info

Courses purchased through UnitedCLE.com are provided and fully accredited by The National Academy of Continuing Legal Education, an Approved CLE Sponsor (106648) by the Indiana Commission For Continuing Legal Education. To view NACLE’s accreditation details, please click here.

36.3 Credits
w/ 9.3 Ethics
Only $349
Courses Priced
Individually at $1,170

We have selected our most popular lectures and bundled them together into our Litigation Bundle. This Bundle contains 36 Credit Hours of CLE Lectures - Including 3 Credit Hours of Ethics. *The Indiana Supreme Court has issued an order temporarily waiving the credit limitation for distance education as follows: Attorneys with a CLE deadline on December 31, 2020 may complete all of their credits via online courses.

Ethical guidelines are straightforward in principle, but when they need to apply to real-world litigation, it can become more complicated. Between the pressure applied by clients and that of the myriad malpractice cases compounded by the quick respon...
Ethics Credits:1.7
Ethical codes of conduct for attorneys are quote strict and often pose challenging dilemmas, particularly when the clients are the ones causing them. This CLE course will review these codes and present potential dilemmas attorneys may face including...
Ethics Credits:1.1
Hone your deposition skills in this CLE workshop designed to smooth client relationships and provide you with greater control over witness and adversary outcomes. Using the proven strategies presented in this CLE course, you will achieve an insight...
General Credits:2
As legal funding has become an accepted if controversial method for client, attorney and case financing, legislation and guidelines have begun to spring up in states across the country. This CLE course, presented by Jeffrey Rubin, Esq., a legal fundi...
General Credits:1
Even for the tech-savvy attorney, the hidden dangers of email, social media and cloud based platforms may be unknown or not fully understood. This CLE course will identify and explain the risks of these tools and platforms and offer suggested soluti...
Ethics Credits:1.5
Witness depositions are fraught with potential pitfalls and preparation is critical. This CLE course provides a comprehensive overview of tips and strategies for preparing and presenting a witness for deposition, particularly personal injury plaintif...
General Credits:1
Preparing a client for litigation might seem like basic knowledge, yet many attorneys’ approach to this preparation is inefficient, ineffective and superficial, often ignoring the client’s fears and not taking into account their intellectual capacit...
General Credits:1.6
Conducting your business honestly and with integrity are keys to success. Utilizing the Illinois Rules of Conduct as a framework, this informative CLE course examines the typical mistakes made by newer attorneys, how to preemptively prevent them and...
Ethics Credits:1.5
High-stakes litigation can often change the rules of the game. When the situation gets heated, attorneys may find their professional ethics at risk as an opponent’s advocacy of their client’s interest leads to obstructive behavior. This CLE course w...
Ethics Credits:1.6
Writing is a key element to any legal procedure and the ability to produce clear, organized and persuasive documents may mean the difference between success and failure in any legal battle. This CLE course will present the principles of persuasive le...
General Credits:1
This CLE program takes a deep dive into the strategies of client communication. Though client communication may seem inherent to what we do as lawyers, this program will encourage you to rethink and reevaluate your approach to interacting with the p...
General Credits:1.3
Writing a civil motion requires a specific set of knowledge and skills. This one hour CLE course will provide the basics for writing civil motions for filing in the New York State Supreme Court. The course will review how to draft and produce a NYS...
General Credits:1
The market for generic pharmaceuticals has grown tremendously over the years and this growth is one that brand name companies are not happy about. In the 2013 Federal Trade Commission v. Actavis, Inc., 570 U.S. , 133 S. Ct. 2,rns (2013), the US Supr...
General Credits:1
The written word is the cornerstone of the legal profession. It is the source of all precedence, and the measure by which we interpret and enforce the laws. The words we use for the protection of rights cannot be ambiguous, but rather must be precis...
General Credits:1.6
Professional conduct remains a hot button issue across all disciplines. This CLE course, which will confine itself to Medical Practice in Illinois, will explain the Medical Investigations Unit and its purpose in reviewing complaints against doctors...
General Credits:1.5
Trial preparation includes the exchange of countless files of information, evidence and testimony. This CLE course will explain the necessary steps trial attorneys must take when receiving a file from another firm. The course will explain the file r...
General Credits:1.3
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:1.7
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:1.7
There often seems to be a conflict between an attorney’s obligation to his client and the rules of ethical conduct. Your client wants you to do what’s necessary to win, but the constant news of malpractice cases, fee battles, disqualification motion...
Ethics Credits:1.9
High profile cases include the added pressure of intense media attention. This CLE course will explain how to effectively handle a high profile case and make the extra attention work to your advantage. Understanding what will pique the interest of l...
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
Highlighting the key elements that go into a successful trial outcome, this CLE course, presented by two of America’s most experienced trial lawyers, will explain the whys and how tos that must be adhered to. The course will reveal tips and strategi...
General Credits:2.5
The complexity involved in nursing home cases may surprise you. This CLE course will explain how to successfully prepare in the weeks leading up to a trial including requirements for admitting evidence, using demonstratives, case organization and ho...
General Credits:1
Precedence is a key factor in court rulings, so how should attorneys deal with claims that may seem without precedent? Using Piatek v. Happiest Hour, wherein a business ejected a customer for wearing a Make America Great Again hat, as a springboard,...
General Credits:1.3
It is common to depose all parties to a litigation, particularly in personal injury and wrongful death suits. This CLE course will provide attorneys with the necessary skills to use adverse witnesses to help prove the plaintiff’s case while undermini...
General Credits:2.5
36.3 Credits
w/ 9.3 Ethics
Only $349
Courses purchased through UnitedCLE.com are provided and fully accredited by The National Academy of Continuing Legal Education, an Approved CLE Sponsor (106648) by the Indiana Commission For Continuing Legal Education. To view NACLE’s accreditation details, please click here.