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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
  • Asset Protection for Cryptocurrency

    In an increasingly litigious society, asset protection is more important than ever and cryptocurrency is therefore having its heyday. Simultaneously, it is the targeted asset in more and more lawsuits with Blockchain technology making it increasingly easier to see the amount of cryptocurrency an individual owns. This CLE course will offer strategies for protecting cryptocurrency assets in a lawsuit. More Info

    $29
    1General Credit
  • Lost in Translation The Pitfalls of Obtaining Testimony Across Boundaries of Language, Culture and Class

    Obtaining testimony relies on one’s ability to interpret information, and then accurately convey it to others. It is more art than science and much can get lost in translation, even when all parties are speaking the same language. This CLE course will explain the limitations and potential pitfalls that witness testimony may encounter in our judicial system and will highlight the most important strategies to ensure a successful outcome. More Info

    $107
    3.5General Credits
  • Walk Away With The Check: How To Win A Business Divorce Case

    A bad business partner can be the downfall of even the most stalwart client. This CLE course will explain the litigation, negotiation and corporate governance expertise required to help your client in a business dispute. The course will cover the 5 corporate provisions that control partner disputes and how to devise a strategic plan to win a business divorce case. The course will also cover issues such as how to time a separation, how to end with the upper hand and valuation me... More Info

    $55
    2General Credits
  • E-Discovery’s Emerging Ethical Challenges

    With the growing need to produce and examine ESI, attorneys must become technologically proficient. This informative CLE course will explore the challenges inherent in preserving and gathering ESI, managing a client’s use of social media and the many ethical issues that may arise as well as strategies to avoid them. The course will also address the ABA Model Rule 1.1 and the attorney obligation it contains. More Info

    $34
    1Ethics Credit
  • Setting Up Your Securities Clients For Success

    Legal counsel will typically evaluate Exempt Offering Documents on legal grounds, ignoring the option of considering how offerings can be best articulated from the underwriting perspective. This CLE course will offer tips on how to approach securities documentation from the standpoint of underwriting standards which have the benefit of consistency and efficacy in offering documentation. The purpose of the course is to help legal counsel offer informed, risk-adjusted investment decision... More Info

    $55
    2General Credits
  • Ethics of Legal Writing

    Ethical issues can befall even the most experienced attorneys. This CLE course will examine five of the more common ethical pitfalls in writing, including plagiarism, frivolous writing, failure to cite adverse authority, incivility in legal writing, and ghostwriting. The course will explain how to avoid crossing the line between ethical and unethical writing with the goal of helping attorneys evaluate their writing for appropriate advocacy. More Info

    $34
    1Ethics Credit
  • Foreclosure: Mastering After The Sale Challenges

    This comprehensive CLE course will prepare real estate attorneys to manage standard post foreclosure sale processes as well as manage client expectations and those of other involved parties. The course will assist attorneys in identifying potential post-foreclosure sale challenges and proactively strategize in how to address and solve them. The course will cover: Post-judgement costs Interest Attorney fees Bankruptcy Missed liens Possession Procedural challenges More Info

    $55
    1.8General Credits
  • Oh Brave Commercial New World: The New Reality of Name, Image, and Likeness in Collegiate Athletics

    This CLE course serves to clear up the misunderstanding surrounding the recently enacted laws that permits college athletes to earn money from the use of their Name, Image & Likeness (NIL) without risking their college eligibility. While there are some restrictions, the response of the NCAA in lifting their rules, even in states where the law wasn’t passed, enabled collegiate athletes, previously barred from endorsements or other earnings, to pursue opportunities much the way professional athl... More Info

    $55
    1.5General Credits
  • Home is Where The License Is: Ethical Considerations for Lawyer Relocation During and After the Pandemic

    COVID-19 motivated many lawyers to relocate, work remotely, and avoid perceived risk. This CLE course will assess the legal and ethical ramifications of relocation, particularly to states beyond where you might be licensed. The course will address authorization to practice, jurisdiction and choice of rules. More Info

    $34
    1.2Ethics Credits
  • Corporate Philanthropy: Where to Start and How to Get it Right

    Philanthropic initiatives by companies have become almost expected in recent years. Corporate Social Responsibility has made it almost impossible to avoid. But how can a company give back? This CLE course will present the different program options available to companies, taking into account compliance issues, program consistency with a company brand and strategies to avoid legal liability. This CLE course will offer an interactive overview useful for both CSR and corporate foundation m... More Info

    $29
    1.2General Credits
  • Spy Torts: When the Other Side Overreaches

    This informative CLE course will present the common law and statutory causes of action related to privacy invasion. This may include wiretapping, trap and trace methods, tracking devices and video or other surveillance. The course will also focus on the case law related to invasion of privacy and its impact on claims in civil litigation, employment and family law. More Info

    $55
    1.6General Credits
  • The Regulation of Private and Foreign Funds in the Age of Cryptocurrency

    Cryptocurrency has transformed the way we think about investing. This CLE course will offer a comprehensive overview of the regulatory system as it applies to private and foreign investment funds and how it has been dramatically altered by the rise in cryptocurrency. The course will open with a historical overview of applicable regulation including the Securities Act of 1933, the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, the Investment Company Act, the Investment Advisers Act, the Dodd-Frank Ac... More Info

    $55
    1.6General Credits
  • Crimmigration Essentials: What Attorneys Need to Know

    Offering a basic overview of Crimmigation, this CLE course offers guidelines on how to defend your non-citizen clients when charged with criminal offenses. The course offers a time-proven analysis which provides the bearings needed to protect your practice and your clients. More Info

    $29
    1.1General Credits
  • The Interplay Between Ethics, Estates, Fiduciaries and Guardianships

    There are many ethical questions that arise when dealing with Estate and Elder Law. This CLE course will explore the fiduciary duties and who is owed duties as well as who is eligible to serve as a fiduciary. The limits of their duties and responsibilities, some of which trace back centuries or more also include obligations of loyalty, fair dealing, good faith and honesty. The course will attempt to utilize a practical approach to the role of the fiduciary and include real-world examp... More Info

    $65
    1.5Ethics Credits
  • Emerging Post Pandemic Cybersecurity Issues for Lawyers

    Cybersecurity is an absolute necessity for law firms today. In the post-pandemic world, with attorneys working remotely and from a variety of devices and networks, the ethical and professional obligations with regards to competency, supervision and confidentiality are further amplified. Creating a defensible cybersecurity protocol means taking into account the process (technology) as well as the policies, such as incident response, business continuity, disaster recovery, work-from-home... More Info

    $29
    1General Credit
  • Trademark Modernization Act: Understanding the USPTO's Final Rulemaking

    This CLE course will focus on the ability of USPTO and brand owners to initiate new ex parte reexamination and expungement proceedings. These proceedings, were authorized by the Trademark Modernization Act. The course will explain these proceedings as well as the USPTO’s final rulemaking and the impact it will have on brand owners. The course will cover procedural issues, best practices to brands responding to these proceedings, consideration for those implementing proceedings, changes... More Info

    $29
    1General Credit
  • Defining Antitrust Markets in Platform Industries

    Designed to update generalists, anti-trust practitioners and inside counsel on the lower courts’ interpretation and application of Ohio v. American Express as it relates to defining antitrust markets involving platforms, this informative CLE course offers a brief but high level overview of antitrust law in the US. Taking into account the impact of the Supreme Court decision in this landmark case and the degree to which platforms have occupied the antitrust spotlight, the course will review the... More Info

    $29
    1.2General Credits
  • The Anatomy of a Criminal Law Case

    This CLE course will present the basics of criminal law from a practical standpoint beginning with the initial phone call all the way through to the courthouse. The course will explain every part of the process from dealings with clients and their families to ADA’s, court staff and juries. Fee negotiations, pleas, cooperation agreements, Supreme Court procedures and motion practice will all be addressed. More Info

    $29
    1.3General Credits
  • Introduction to Chapter 11, Subchapter V: An Accessible and Affordable Option for Small Businesses

    Between stimulus payments and eviction moratoriums, bankruptcy filings have reached record lows. This assistance, however, provided on a federal and state level in response to COVID-19, will not last forever. When these expire, small businesses looking for a new means of support can turn to Subchapter V of Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy code, which this informative and timely CLE course will present. The course will offer a step-by-step guide for plan approval as well as commercial lease... More Info

    $55
    1.7General Credits
  • Return to Office: Employment Tax Considerations

    The post-COVID world has companies completely re-imagining workplaces, whether actual or virtual. This CLE course will explain various fringe benefits of a distributed or hybrid workforce, including employment tax benefits and those being offered real-time to motivate workers to return to offices or remain in place. The course will cover guidance from the IRS and various states on how to manage the complexities of these tax issued both in regards to reporting and withholding for employ... More Info

    $29
    1.1General Credits
  • The Matrix Resurrected: Employment Non-Competes Across State Lines

    Offering a comprehensive overview of US law concerning restrictive covenants, covenants not to compete, solicitation agreements and other non-compete terms in employment agreements in various state jurisdictions, the CLE course will look at the statutory, judicial and other frameworks states use to address these issues. The course will offer practical advice for those who review non-compete provisions in employment agreements or for the purpose of negotiating and drafting such agreem... More Info

    $29
    1.2General Credits
  • Understanding Asset Protection

    Learn how to protect yourself from the effects of lawsuits through personal asset protection. This CLE course will offer an in-depth guide for protecting your personal wealth including a basic history, exemption status under federal and state law, risk analysis and definitions. The course will also delve into protections for different types of assets such as physical and real asset, liquid, domestic, offshore and others. Protection tools such as Limited Liability Companies, Family Limi... More Info

    $55
    1.6General Credits
  • A Hundred Little Things: Negotiating Commercial Real Estate Leases, Focusing on Technology, Ethics and COVID Amendments

    This advanced CLE course is designed for a variety of lawyers. It will focus on the use of Google sheets and AirTable as well as the ethical issues related to such tools. Using a Prime Time TV sublease to dissect ethical issues, the course will delve into a variety of ways clients might be impacted by COVID with regards to leases and CRE long term, business and restaurant advisors, work from home issues and curbside eating and delivery. More Info

    $55
    1.5General Credits
  • New Age Forensics: A Tactical Guide To Cross Examining Experts

    Nearly every case to come to trial today includes new age forensics and expert witnesses. Given the fear of most attorneys, both criminal and civil, to cross examine and expert in his or her field, a comprehensive guide is critical to doing so. This CLE course will offer a tactical guide to cross examining expert witnesses, offering tips and strategies to punch holes in an expert’s credentials and credibility. Presenting common sense, tried and tested techniques, these approaches can b... More Info

    $55
    1.7General Credits
  • Cross Examination of the Arresting Officer and DRE in a DWAI Drugs Case

    Navigating DWAI drug cases and effectively representing clients requires knowledge and strategy. This CLE course will use practical examples to explain the various methods of cross-examining an arresting officer. Drawing on the knowledge of a former drug recognition expert, the course will then pivot to the cross-examination of the DRE including a discussion of protocol and how to determine the correct drug category to apply. The course will conclude with a discussion on how to uncover... More Info

    $55
    1.5General Credits
  • I Want the Truth! How to Use Impeachment Effectively In Court

    Effective impeachment of a witness under the Federal Rules of Evidence requires both skills and strategy. This CLE course will offer a thorough analysis of the relevant rules of evidence, primary impeachment methods and tips for conducting an effective witness impeachment. Real world examples of impeachment during a trial will be presented. More Info

    $29
    1.1General Credits
  • Meteorology and the Law: Hazardous Weather Preparedness and Litigation

    Weather-related lawsuits primarily stem from a failure to properly prepare for weather-related events, whether due to lack of knowledge or misinformation. Advance preparation for major or even minor weather hazards can protect lives, property and communities, particularly in a changing climate. This CLE course will introduce a survey of the field of forensic meteorology and explain how weather data is analyzed to reconstruct past events and anticipate future ones. The course will provi... More Info

    $29
    1.3General Credits
  • Professionalism in Challenging Practice Areas

    High conflict litigation, immigration and criminal practice require an above-average standard of professionalism. How to achieve that standard, both in your practice and in your life, benefits both attorney and client, adds value and meaning to your work and enables practicing attorneys to go beyond the standard rules of ethics they are required to adhere to. This CLE course, using immigration law as an example, will offer guidance on how to apply the ideals set forth in the Lawyer’s... More Info

    $34
    1Professionalism
  • Direct Examination and Cross Examination: A Practitioner's Primer

    This CLE course will review the basic concepts of direct and cross examination. Designed primarily for a new practitioner yet useful as a refresher for seasoned attorneys, this informative CLE course will explain various theories of story-telling, persuasion, ethical issues in the preparation and examination of witnesses and organizational strategies in developing an examination’s purpose, substance, structure, tactical approaches, potential pitfalls and tips to avoid common mistakes.... More Info

    $81
    3.1General Credits
  • Making Adverse Witnesses a Free Expert Witness

    The defendant’s testimony is the most effective way to prove the negligence of the defendant regarding his breach of a duty owed to the plaintiff. This informative CLE course will explain how to effectively question defendants to transform them into expert witnesses for the plaintiff. More Info

    $55
    1.7General Credits
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