New Hampshire Employment Law Bundle

CLE Accreditation Info

New Hampshire attorneys must self-determine whether a program is eligible for credit and self-report their attendance. The United Institute for Continuing Legal Education believes that its courses meet the requirements of NH Supreme Court Rule 53 and qualify towards the annual NHMCLE requirement. To view further accreditation details, please click here.

12 Credits
w/ 2.5 Ethics
Only $149
Courses Priced
Individually at $380

We have selected our most popular lectures and bundled them together into our New Hampshire Employment Law Bundle. This Bundle contains 12 Credit Hours of NH CLE Lectures - Including 2 Credit Hours of Ethics.

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
Sexual harassment in the workplace is preventable. This CLE course will explain the policies, procedures and workplace practices that employees should avoid as well as utilize in the face of inappropriate behavior. The course will explain the polici...
General Credits:1.6
The area of attorney ethics seems to be in a constant state of flux with a steadily growing array of issues to worry about. This fascinating CLE course will cover the latest updates in legal ethics and a look ahead at what issues will arise in the c...
Ethics Credits:1
Restrictive covenants are typical tools employers use to decrease competition and millions of employees in the US are under some form of non-competition or non-solicitation agreement. The courts’ view of these agreements vary from that of employers...
General Credits:1.2
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:1.6
Compensation for college athletes is set to undergo sweeping changes in 2019 with two pending class action suits, Alston & Jenkins, both in the District Court for Northern District of California. This riveting CLE course will look at the potential c...
General Credits:1.1
No matter how unsolvable a dispute may seem, taking it to court opens up both sides of a litigation to potential legal pitfalls. With disputes related to departing employees, employee theft and unlawful competition, the initial actions taken by a cli...
General Credits:1
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
The rules governing employer/employee relationships have taken dramatic turns over the past year with a slew of new regulations that impact everything from discrimination and harassment to social media and confidentiality. This CLE course will expla...
General Credits:1.3
12 Credits
w/ 2.5 Ethics
Only $149
New Hampshire attorneys must self-determine whether a program is eligible for credit and self-report their attendance. The United Institute for Continuing Legal Education believes that its courses meet the requirements of NH Supreme Court Rule 53 and qualify towards the annual NHMCLE requirement. To view further accreditation details, please click here.