Michigan CLE - Contract Law Courses

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  • Defying Limits: Breaking the Boundaries of Adverse Possession

    Adverse possession is a legal concept that you might remember from law school but haven't thought much about since. It’s an ancient principle that's been around for thousands of years, and it's likely to endure as long as people own land. Essentially, if certain conditions are met, someone can acquire ownership of property without buying it or going to court. This CLE course dives into the intricacies of adverse possession, focusing on its role in litigation. You’ll learn about the key... More Info

    2General Credits
  • Top 10 Lease Mistakes & Pitfalls and How to Steer Clear of Them

    This CLE course will explain commercial real estate leasing and offer a comprehensive review of the most common mistakes made by those who draft and review leases of this type. The course is primarily geared towards landlords and helping them to avoid major pitfalls, but will also address a variety of tenant concerns, and explain how to conduct lease negotiations from both the tenant and landlord perspective. The course will present the most common commercial lease provisions a... More Info

    1.5General Credits
  • Basic Business Lawyering For Small Company Clients

    Small companies have specific legal concerns, and they are not always the same as those that apply to medium or large companies. Their legal needs may differ as well. This informative introductory CLE course will help new attorneys planning to practice business law as well as seasoned attorneys looking to pivot to the area and represent smaller companies, typically described as those with less than $100M annual revenue and fewer than 500 employees, with the skills to navigate these are... More Info

    3.75General Credits
  • The NYC Board of Standards and Appeals: How to File an Application

    Seeking a zoning variance requires one to file an application with the NYC Board of Standards and Appeals. First established in 1961, NYC Zoning regulations made certain tax lots regulated and need relief. The BSA was created to provide this type of relief in the case of overregulated properties. This CLE course will offer a detailed explanation of the application process for a variance, which is targeted to a single tax lot, not multiple lots, and which serves to alleviate a zoning i... More Info

    2General Credits
  • International Intellectual Property Transactions in Many Countries

    Beginning with a brief review of the fundamentals of intellectual property categories recognized under US law, as well as those of many other countries, and the methods for internationally registering associated intellectual property, this CLE course will then delve deeper into a discussion of issues relating to why protection under these categories is insufficient. The course will address developing business activities that are difficult condense into the traditional IP categories, an... More Info

    1.75General Credits
  • Mortgage Mayhem: What Attorneys Need to Know About Loan Applicant Protections

    Purchasing a home is perhaps the most confusing, time consuming, stressful and yet infrequent transaction your clients will face. As a result, most consumers don’t bother to delve too deeply into the nuances, and simply rely on their loan officer to protect their interests. This is a mistake. For a loan officer, home loans are a “zero-sum” game for the loan officer – the loan either closes or it doesn’t. They earn their commission, or they don’t. Loan officers therefore tend to stack as many a... More Info

    1General Credit
  • Franchise Law: From Contract Negotiation to Litigation

    Franchise agreements are a complicated process. This CLE course will review all the steps involved from term negotiation to signature. The course will also address litigation and/or termination and how to negotiate specific provisions that impact a client’s rights. The terms that are customarily litigated and how to demand and successfully receive the information necessary to effectively represent your client in court will be presented. More Info

    1General Credit
  • Contractual Deal Killers In Real Estate Law: What Attorneys Need to Know

    This CLE course offers a comprehensive understanding of critical contractual considerations in residential real estate representation. The course covers the following topics: Varied Contract Types for Condominiums and Co-operative Housing Co-operative Housing Contracts Condominium Contracts Contracts for Single-Family and Multi-Family Properties Essential Areas of Contractual Consideration Mortgage Commitment Examination Title Investigation Procedures Assessing Liens and Violat... More Info

    1General Credit
  • Business Valuation for Attorneys

    There is a valuation process that takes place with every client, and determining the value of a client’s business or business interest is often critical to meeting their needs and can impact the outcome of their case. Valuation is therefore crucial to a variety of legal issues such as divorce, estate planning, partnership disputes, sales and other transactions. This CLE course will offer a review of the potential needs and basic tenets of valuations. The course will explain the options... More Info

    1General Credit
  • What Attorneys Need to Know about Comic Book Publishing: A Test Drive

    Take a deep dive into the comic book publishing industry in this two-hour crash course. Presented by experienced comic book publishing attorneys, you will learn how to draft a rough outline of critical contract provisions, develop effective and industry-tailored client interview skills, and participate in mock negotiations. The course will teach you to identify and resolve potential pitfalls within publishing contracts. This CLE course will address: · Develop client intake sk... More Info

    2.25General Credits
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