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National Academy of Continuing Legal Education is a Sponsor (5258) of CLE courses, approved by the North Carolina State Bar Board of Continuing Legal Education. Attorneys may earn all required NC CLE credits from the United Institute for Continuing Legal Education. To view our full accreditation details please .

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  • BIZ BUZZ: Starting, Buying and Selling Small Businesses

    Launching, buying, selling or franchising a business requires many steps, in-depth analysis and an understanding of the various legal issues. Big Buzz covers the five different methods small entities leave or enter into a small business. This CLE course will address these methods from a variety of perspectives – that of an attorney handling more than 30 closings a year, that of an owner of both successful and failing businesses, and that of an investor in many small businesses. The cou... More Info

    $55
    2General Credits
  • Navigating the SEC and CFTC Whistleblowing Programs

    Whistleblower programs are not a particularly well known or understood feature of the various entities which have them, including the SEC, IRS and CFTC. This CLE course will present an overview of these programs including eligibility, anonymity and the whistleblower process. The course will review the steps needed to file a claim with each agency and explain how claims are analyzed. The course will then delve deeper into the various ambiguities in the whistleblower awards process and p... More Info

    $29
    1General Credit
  • Veterans Update: What's New from Congress, The Courts and The VA

    The US has been at war for the past three decades. From Kuwait and the former Yugoslavia to Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria, the physical and mental toll on our armed forces has been extraordinary. This CLE course, presented by Commander John Wells, USN (Ret), Chairman of Military-Veterans Advocacy will explain the origin and purpose of the Department of Veteran Affairs, and try to simplify the seemingly endless regulations and procedural issues and potential pitfalls involved in their ope... More Info

    $55
    1.5General Credits
  • Fundamental Rights to a Clean, Safe and Healthy Environment: The Case for Green Amendments

    Environmental law is constantly in flux these days and its intersection with constitutional law makes for a fascinating study that may prove promising in the area of public interest environmental law and advocacy, specifically fundamental environmental rights. Known as Green Amendments, these are self-executing provisions that may be added to the bill of rights of a constitution which serve to recognize and to protect people’s rights, include people of future generations, to clean wate... More Info

    $55
    1.5General Credits
  • Broker Lien Rights: What Attorneys Need to Know

    Presented by a seasoned attorney who authored or lobbied on behalf of the roughly 34 states with commercial real estate broker lien rights, this CLE course will address a variety of related issues. The course will address protected commission claims, the prerequisite of such claims, timing, and legislative history. Advice on enforcements as well as guidelines for drafting a lien, asserting and serving a claim, foreclosing and defending judgement a the appellate level will be addressed.... More Info

    $55
    1.5General Credits
  • Pitfalls To Avoid When Real Estate and Matrimonial Issues Collide

    Matrimonial law requires attorneys to possess a wide breadth of knowledge since it intersects with many other areas of laws including immigration, contracts, criminal law, property, insurance, trusts, estates and taxes. The place where matrimonial and real estate law overlap is particularly complex and fascinating. Divorcing couples typically jointly own at least one piece of property, usually the marital residence, though some couples may own many properties. From rental properties,... More Info

    $29
    1General Credit
  • Handling Nonprofit Board Disputes

    Nonprofit board members are often honored to serve, but don’t really understand their responsibilities. This CLE course will explain Board fiduciary duties and responsibilities, address common disputes that can arise between Board Members, explain Founder Syndrome and what to do when people quit or relinquish responsibility. The course is designed to benefit both nonprofit consultants, in-house and outside counsel called upon to resolve disputes. More Info

    $29
    1General Credit
  • Breaking Up Is Hard To Do: Navigating Partnership Disputes and High-Impact Partner Departures

    Breakups can be challenging, and although they may not be as severe as divorces, managing conflicts between partners and dealing with the departure of a significant collaborator can be tough. In this informative CLE, we will explore effective strategies for handling disputes and separations, covering important aspects such as the responsibilities of a firm towards an attorney and vice versa, communication techniques, ethical considerations, and privacy concerns. More Info

    $34
    1Ethics Credit
  • Conducting Sexual Harassment Investigations at Law Firms

    Conducting internal investigations is inherently intricate, particularly when it involves probing allegations of sexual harassment within your organization. In this CLE course, you will be provided with a comprehensive understanding of the legal intricacies and obligations involved in such investigations. You will be guided through a step-by-step process, ensuring compliance with current statutes. The course will cover essential topics including internal communication protocols, contra... More Info

    $29
    1General Credit
  • Representing the Personal Injury Plaintiff: How The Sausage is Made

    Filled with practical information on how to best represent a plaintiff in a personal injury case, this CLE course will help you present the process to clients in terms they can understand and offer tips and strategies for avoiding potential pitfalls. The course will provide detailed instructions on how to make the financial aspects of a case work in your client’s favor, setting client expectations and how to actually get damage compensation from insurance companies. More Info

    $55
    2.5General Credits
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