North Carolina CLE - All Courses
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North Carolina CLE
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 12 NC CLE credits from the United Institute for Continuing Legal Education. To view our full accreditation details please .
Move to Florida, Home in Florida, or Snowbird: What Estate Planning Attorneys Need to Know
This CLE presentation will delve into the various legal and planning considerations that are important to anyone who has moved to, or is contemplating moving to Florida, or owns a second home in Florida. The presentation will cover a wide range of topics, such as the criteria for appointing a personal representative of a Floridian’s estate, the homestead protection available in Florida, and how to take advantage of it. Additionally, the presentation will discuss the language that can b... More Info$551.5General Credits
Cyber Security and Cyber Breach: What Lawyers and Their Law Firms Need to Know Now
This CLE program will explore the issues surrounding cyber security, the potential consequences of a cyber breach, and the ethical considerations that accompany such an event. With over 50 state laws in the United States concerning data privacy and security, companies must understand what legal and ethical obligations their business and clients have when it comes to personal information. The Federal Trade Commission also keeps an eye on companies to make sure that they are following th... More Info$291General Credit
Ethics in Workers Compensation
Workers compensation is a complex and confusing area of law. This CLE course will help attorneys navigate the system to ensure that every claimant received the representation they need and deserve. The course will cover ethical representation and the most common issues that arise and how to differentiate between what Associate Justice Potter Steward of the United States Supreme Court called, “the difference between what you have a right to do and what is right to do.” More Info$341Ethics Credit
Estate Planning: Common Issues; Practical Answers
Practitioners across all disciplines are no strangers to complaints about grantor trusts, and it's likely that such grievances will continue to arise. Grantor trusts have become a cornerstone of most contemporary estate plans. One of the many "benefits" of grantor trusts is that the individual who establishes the trust, known as the settlor, is responsible for paying income tax on any income earned within the trust. This is an excellent strategy for accelerating the growth of trust assets and... More Info$291General Credit
Virtual Isolation: Is Hyperconnectivity Helping or Harming the Legal Professional?
Modern technology has taken over our lives in ways we couldn’t have possibly anticipated. Smartphones have replaced colleagues, friends and family as our most constant companions. However, like many things, their contributions to our lives comes at a price including the risk of dependence, addiction and fear. Constantly online, we find ourselves connected, but alone. Even put to the side, our electronic devices are always running. This trend has had an especially deliberating impact on... More Info$341Ethics Credit
Form CRS: Practical Considerations for Attorneys
A CRS is a new, 2-4 page disclosure document that SEC-regulated firms are required to deliver to their clients. Adopted to help investors understand the various standards of care that apply to their financial professionals (investment advisers vs. broker-dealers vs. dual registrants), as well as potential conflicts of interest which may be intrinsic to a firm’s business practices. It is therefore essential for attorneys who need to refer clients to a financial professional or firm to be aware... More Info$291General Credit
Landlords’ Concerns in Airbnb-ing
Led by author and leading landlord-tenant practitioner, this CLE course will draw on vast experience representing landlords in litigation arising from tenants who sublease their apartments for short term rentals. This often occurs in violation of the law, and of their lease. The course will take a multi-faceted look at the dangers for landlords and for apartment community and offers options for landlords to respond to these violations. The course will conclude with a presentation on l... More Info$291.25General Credits
Things That Make you Go Hmmm... Points That Every Real Estate Attorney Needs to Know
Designed to provide further insight on matters that Real Estate Attorneys are familiar with but yet don’t know in-depth, this CLE course will address the how’s, why’s and when’s of important issues that arise in real estate law. The course will also expand knowledge and understanding of new development, legislative efforts to legalize illegal apartments, ineffective deed transfers and the most recent regulations related to notary publics. More Info$552.5General Credits
The Cuban Missile Crisis and The Art of Negotiation
The 60th anniversary of the Cuban Missile Crisis just passed, and as one of the most examined crises in American history, it’s still a hotly debated topic. While it unfolded, it held the attention of the entire world. The ending seemed positive, but was that the result of careful mediation and wise, informed decision making, or was it just luck? This riveting CLE course will examine the negotiations that transpired during the crisis, the various actors and their decisions and how they... More Info$291General Credit
Breathalyzer Tests: To Blow or Not To Blow, That is The Question
Refusing a breathalyzer test seems incriminating, but might be within a client’s rights. This CLE course will address Test Refusals – To Blow or Not to Blow, a program designed to systematically assist lawyers in handling phone calls from individuals under arrest for DWI. The course will not only explain how to answer the question, but also how to do so in a way that doesn’t incriminate the client. The course will also explain how to represent someone who is accused of refusing to subm... More Info$291General Credit