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 our full accreditation details, please click here.

12.4 Credits
w/ 2.1 Ethics
Only $149
Courses Priced
Individually at $378

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.

COVID-19 has taught us that remote work can be successful. Even for lawyers. Yet the professional responsibility rules that attorneys must abide by, can make remote work complicated. This CLE course will address the disconnect between practicing la...
Ethics Credits:1
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 sta...
General Credits:1.1
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 re...
General Credits:1.1
ERISA laws seem to be constantly evolving as is their relevance to the scope of their relationship to disability, life and health benefits as resolved by the courts. This CLE course will address the multitude of issues from benefit denials to pre-li...
General Credits:1
A qui tam action, or whistleblower, who reports on a healthcare company/individual who commits fraud, waste or abuse against the government may create a financial windfall to those who have such information. This financial relief falls under the...
General Credits:1
This CLE course will offer a comprehensive overview of Workers Compensation from the perspective of attorneys for the claimants. The course will leave you better able to handle injury issues whether they happen in or out of the workplace and will...
General Credits:2
Employee policies dealing with the COVID-19 vaccines can be a tricky business. Should you make vaccines a requirement, incentivized, merely encouraged or facilitated? Should you allow for exemptions, on what basis and how are those exemptions to be...
General Credits:1.5
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 focu...
General Credits:1.5
Offering an overview of the many recent updates and developments in employment and labor laws, both in New York State and Federal, this informative CLE course will cover COVID issues such as vaccination policies as well as the New York State Sick Le...
General Credits:1.1
Litigating construction lawsuits are adversarial processes at their core. Yet the American Bar Association has nevertheless established Model Rules of Professional Conduct, offering guidance for lawyers’ conduct in the course of “seek[ing] a result...
Ethics Credits:1.1
12.4 Credits
w/ 2.1 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 our full accreditation details, please click here.