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  • Unfair, Deceptive, or Abusive Acts or Practices: “I’ll Know It When I See It…”

    One of the most important regulations in the mortgage industry, UDAAP or Unfair, Deceptive, or Abusive Acts or Practices impacts every other lending regulation including marketing, fair lending, licensing and communication). It also impacts every aspect of the lending cycle. The regulation, however, is fairly subjective and difficult to defend against. This CLE course will explain how the regulation operates in practice and provide critical knowledge for lending and real estate lawyers... More Info

    $29
    1.1General Credits
  • Successful Negotiations in Presidential History

    “The Art of the Possible” is often used to describe negotiations. This CLE course will be presented within the context of US presidential history to analyze both successful and failed negotiations and what we can learn from them. The course will cover basic principles of negotiation and the changes that resulted from World War II, negotiations surrounding the civil rights movements and war and peace on a national and international scale. The course will also address the role of America... More Info

    $55
    1.5General Credits
  • Legal Liability of The Cruise Industry for COVID-19 Related Injuries and Deaths of Passengers and Crew

    Suits by passengers against cruise lines have risen dramatically recently as many are related to damages from the COVID-19 pandemic. This CLE course will examine these cases as well as ship-owner liability to crews under the general principles governing Maritime Law and the Jones Act. The course will pay particular attention to claims for emotional distress in circumstances where passengers were exposed to the virus and then quarantined regardless of the fact that they had not contract... More Info

    $29
    1General Credit
  • How Defense Attorneys Can Effectively Use The Stand Your Ground Law To Win Criminal Cases

    Offering a comprehensive history and current state of Florida’s Stand Your Ground Law, this CLE course will present the law’s benefits to your potential clients. The course will include an overview of motion hearings related to Stand Your Ground as well as examples of how the law was successfully implemented in a recent homicide case. More Info

    $29
    1General Credit
  • Ideas to Cash: Guiding Creative Clients In Monetizing Their Inventions and Other Creations

    An idea can be difficult to express, much less to protect. The law offers various types of protections as well as a series of procedures to implement those protections including patents, trademarks, copyrights and trade secrets. This CLE course will review the different types of protections as well as how to monetize the methods. Samples of different methods and techniques for approaching targets will be presented so you can turn your clients’ ideas into profit. More Info

    $55
    1.8General Credits
  • Maritime Law: Personal Injury and Property Damage in Small Boat Cases

    Maritime law is a wide and complex subject area. This CLE course will assist non-maritime lawyers grasp the legal issues so as to properly advise clients. The course will assess property damage cases, such as when a towboat hits a pier, and personal injury cases, such as when someone was standing on the pier when the tugboat hit, within the context of maritime law. The course will address underlying theories related to comparative fault, liability, personification of the vessel and in rem liab... More Info

    $55
    2General Credits
  • Evaluating and Negotiating Insurance Bad Faith Cases

    Settlement is often the method to resolve insurance bad faith cases, but the distinctive nature of these claims makes their value difficult to assess. This CLE course will explain the considerations that are critical for both policyholders and insurance companies to be aware of when attempting to reach a mutually agreeable resolution. The course will be presented by attorneys with years of knowledge and experience in successful resolution of bad faith insurance cases. More Info

    $55
    1.5General Credits
  • Five Critical Developments in Class Action Litigation

    One of the most consistently evolving areas of jurisprudence, class action litigation also has the highest stakes of any field of litigation and the broad guidelines of Rule 23 results in a wide array of both practical and academic debates. This CLE course will address recent development in five major areas of the law as they relate to class litigation. These theoretical and practical presentations of Article III jurisprudence, arbitration, administrative feasibility, post-Rule 23(e) c... More Info

    $29
    1.3General Credits
  • Guardianships Across Jurisdictions: Basic Considerations For the Attorney Practitioner

    The guardianship process is notoriously lengthy and complicated. The Uniform Laws Commission (ULC) put forward a set of rules aimed to make guardianship easier for attorneys to understand. The rules, in whole or in part, have since been adopted by 46 states. This CLE course will offer an overview of the practical application of the new ULA rules. The ULA updated the provisions to include inter alia, property management protections, provision with regards to minors subjected to guardian... More Info

    $55
    1.5General Credits
  • Litigating False Claims Act Cases

    Under the False Act (FCA), citizens are entitled to sue in the name of the government in order to recover monies owed as a result of “false claims” or fraud. FCA cases are not immediately served to the defendant but rather are filed under seal in order to provide government attorneys with the opportunity to investigate claim and determine if they warrant further action. The statute has been used to a great extent in recent years and in many cases the government has determined that private coun... More Info

    $29
    1.1General Credits
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