New Hampshire Intellectual Property 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.

12.4 Credits
w/ 2.5 Ethics
Only $149
Courses Priced
Individually at $357

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

With more and more of the workforce adapting to working from home, the issue of security has come to the forefront. Within the legal industry, this issue is critical as the potential for mishandling confidential information and violating duties to c...
Ethics Credits:1
Practicing lawyers must do everything in their power to properly represent their client, but that does not mean they are exempt from certain ethical obligations. This CLE course will present the main issues in ethics and ethical management. The cour...
Ethics Credits:1.5
In today’s tech-driven global economy, trademarks may be a company’s most important asset. By marketing products virtually, start-ups can quickly reach customers in foreign countries at a click. But how to ensure that a client’s trademarks are prote...
General Credits:1.1
The laws that shape electronic media have created media behemoths. These competing media forces capitalize on the incredible advancements in technology and the laws that have both aided but also limited growth. This CLE course will focus on the radi...
General Credits:2.5
The Supreme Court’s Alice decision effectively limiting software patent-ability has significantly slowed lower-end patent assertion programs while Standard Essential Patent suits have grown in number with the Patent Trial & Appeal Board post-grant p...
General Credits:1.2
Covid-19 has damaged businesses across markets, wreaking financial as well as organizational havoc. This CLE course will address strategies to protect your business and its image against harm in a time when deadlines are delayed, licensing opportuni...
General Credits:1
The movement of data is essential in today’s global economy. And with the speed and ease with which data changes hands, the legal issues involved in handling personal and client data is that much more sensitive and complex. This CLE course will...
General Credits:1
Websites rely on Section 230 to protect them from liability for third party content and the protections have only grown as time has gone by. And yet, the question of the degree of criminal activity and misinformation that is being enabled by the ope...
General Credits:1.1
In May 2019, Denver decriminalized psilocybin mushrooms, beginning a far-reaching reform movement in psychedelic drugs. This wave placed pharmaceutical companies, who began to seek FDA approval of such drugs in direct opposition to activists who opp...
General Credits:1
An introduction to the basics of copyright law and to the affirmative defense of “fair use” which is often judicially expanding. This CLE course will explain the significance of the recently argued Supreme Court Google vs. Oracle case and its judici...
General Credits:1
12.4 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.