Michigan CLE - All Courses

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  • Winning Motions to Suppress: Cross Examination of Police for Warrantless Vehicle Searches

    Cross-examining a police officer takes skill and tact. This CLE course will present practical tips and strategies to conduct a successful cross-examination of police officer witnesses in situations where a traffic stop resulted in a warrantless vehicle search. From conducting a thorough client interview/intake form to the cross examination, the course will offer tried and true methods as well as common mistakes attorneys tend to make when cross-examining police officer witnesses. The c... More Info

    1General Credit
  • The Effects of Trauma and Compassion Fatigue on the Lawyer Who Cares

    While lawyers tend to get a bad rap, many are attracted to the legal profession because they care about people and genuinely want to help them. And they live stressful lives as a result, many working incredibly long hours and unable to take a break lest they disappoint their clients. Beyond the typical burnout that most experience, there is a special type of burnout called “secondary traumatic stress” or “compassion fatigue”. The ramifications of trauma and compassion fatigue aren’t discussed... More Info

    1Ethics Credit
  • New Jersey Attorney Trust And Business Accounting Fundamentals

    The Court Rules and the RPCs, require attorneys practicing in the State of New Jersey to maintain trust and business accounts. This comprehensive CLE course focuses on the various rules and practical ethics of establishing the trust and business accounts. The course will also offer practical tips on maintaining these types of accounts as well as strategies for avoiding the myriad potential pitfalls and errors that many new attorneys encounter. More Info

    1General Credit
  • How to Use AI to Grow Your Practice

    AI has exploded across all fields and is increasing productivity, performance, and profit. This CLE course will offer practical AI applications to help your law firm understand the potential of AI to optimize client communication, streamline tasks, and foster team development. The course will present smart, accessible strategies that require little training and offer immediate results, improving client service and case management. This CLE is perfect for attorneys looking to use techn... More Info

    1General Credit
  • Examining Strength and Identifying Ambiguity: Finding Solutions in a CA Prostitution Case

    This CLE course delves into the fundamentals of California Solicitation/Prostitution charges. The session includes an exploration of key aspects, such as understanding the basics of a California Prostitution charge, examining legal defenses against the charge, and dissecting the structure for analyzing solicitation matters. Additionally, the presentation addresses effective ways to navigate and advocate for clients confronting solicitation charges. Ultimately, the course concludes with... More Info

    1General Credit
  • Things That a Real Estate Attorney Doesn't Want to Hear

    Real estate attorneys receive a constant barrage of questions on a daily basis. Many are critical and some seem almost so basic as to be foolish, but all are questions that attorneys must contend with and walk through with clients and potential clients. This CLE course will address the 50 most common inquiries, creatively and thoughtfully offering responses that real estate attorneys can use in their communications. More Info

    2General Credits
  • Campus Civil Rights: The Tension Between The First Amendment and Hostile Environment Proscriptions

    The free exchange of ideas and freedom of expression are a trademark of American education. Yet there have been no shortages of conflicts on college campuses over how far those freedoms can go. The constitutional basis for the obligation of free expression is not so simple. Moreover, public and private institutions are not under the same obligations, nor are all programs within an institution. Even where the Constitution is applicable, the freedoms are not absolute. Universities are no... More Info

    1General Credit
  • Anti-Money Laundering Compliance: It's Growing, So Make Sure Your Clients are Covered

    The Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Counter-Terrorist Financing (CTF) legislative regime underwent sweeping changes because of the passage of the Anti-Money Laundering Act of 2020 (“AMLA”). This informative CLE course will examine who is covered and address potential questions and answers to this dynamic set of laws. These include the sections of the AMLA of 2020 that are still being put into force, including the coverage of entities that are not traditionally included, the Beneficia... More Info

    1.25General Credits
  • Corporate Transparency Act: Lessons from Round One of Implementation

    Pursuant to the Corporate Transparency Act ("CTA"), many legal entities, both foreign and domestic, operating in the United States, have contemplated whether to file beneficial ownership information ("BOI") reports with the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network ("FinCEN"). This CLE course, presented by an interdisciplinary panel of specialists, will address the commercial practicalities of compliance with the CTA as well as the complexities. While the reporting requirements will only in... More Info

    1General Credit
  • Corporate Transparency Act: Critical Terms and Concepts

    The Corporate Transparency Act, which requires beneficial owners of nearly every entity to report to FinCEN unless a specific statutory exception applies, went into effect January 1, 2024. According to this act, newly formed entities will have only 90 days to register, while existing entities will have one year to comply. This CLE course will offer an introduction to the CTA, and its impact on the practice of attorneys who form, transfer, operate, or otherwise works with legal entities... More Info

    1General Credit
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