Washington Employment Law Mini Bundle

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Courses purchased through UnitedCLE.com are provided and fully accredited by The National Academy of Continuing Legal Education, a Washington State Bar Accredited CLE Sponsor. To view NACLE’s accreditation details, please click here.

25 Credits
w/ 18.75 Law & Legal Proc. & 6.25 Ethics
Only $349
Courses Priced
Individually at $793

We have selected our most popular lectures and bundled them together into our Employment Law Mini Bundle. This Bundle contains 25 Credit Hours of CLE Lectures - Including 15 Law & Legal Procedure Credits and 6 Ethics Credits.

As the nation starts to re-open after the COVID-19 shutdown, employers need to take into account a range of practical and legal considerations. This CLE course will review employer obligations under the new Families First Coronavirus Response Act. T...
Law & Proc. Credits:1
The impact of COVID-19 on telecommuting, HIPAA and force majeure provisions are continuously evolving. This CLE course will provide a brief overview of the virus, quarantine and the bioethical issues related to the allocation of resources. HIPAA, sp...
Law & Proc. Credits:1.5
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...
Law & Proc. Credits:1.25
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...
Law & Proc. Credits:1.75
High-stakes litigation can often change the rules of the game. When the situation gets heated, attorneys may find their professional ethics at risk as an opponent’s advocacy of their client’s interest leads to obstructive behavior. This CLE course w...
Ethics Credits:1.5
The issue of employee rights is always a tricky one, and in the wake of COVID-19 and the George Floyd protests, it’s become even more complicated. Do employees need to wear masks? What should be our procedure if there’s looting? Can employees be pen...
Law & Proc. Credits: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...
Law & Proc. Credits:1
This informative CLE course will examine cannabis in the workplace from the perspective of legal standing and best practices. The course will present the potential conflicts that arise between State and Federal law as well as issues related to medic...
Law & Proc. Credits:1.5
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...
Law & Proc. Credits:1.75
Marijuana in the workplace is just one of the challenges facing the legalization of cannabis. This course will review the statistics of workplace marijuana use and the various contradictory rules regarding federal and state employee protections. Empl...
Law & Proc. Credits:1
Small firm and solo practitioners face additional challenges in staying informed of ethical rules and considerations for attorneys without the organizational, administrative and legal support of larger firms. This CLE course, designed specifically fo...
Ethics Credits:2.75
Compliance with FMLA can be a complex process that can trip up even the most seasoned HR professional. This CLE course will present an in-depth checklist, including step-by-step procedures, to ensure an understanding of compliance obligations, how to...
Law & Proc. Credits:1
Multi-state employers face tremendous challenges in creating employee handbooks. With laws that vary by state, organizations doing business across the country must ensure compliance with all state laws as well as federal laws regarding workplace comp...
Law & Proc. Credits:1
Even after years of legislation and nation-wide public awareness, people with disabilities still often find themselves in situations where accessibility was not taken into account. This has resulted in thousands of lawsuits in federal court in the la...
Law & Proc. Credits:1.25
A slew of new rules and regulations over the past year in recruiting and retaining global talent has put constraints on an increasingly competitive hiring market. This CLE course will explain how to understand the new market and anticipate the year...
Law & Proc. Credits:1
Providing a comprehensive overview of copyright infringement, this CLE course will discuss the importance of registration, unsure defense and fair use as well as actual damages and profits. The course will review liability for employee action, the a...
Law & Proc. Credits:1
In comparison with litigating commercial cases in court, business arbitration and mediation hold a number of important benefits, but taking advantage of them requires familiarity with Alternative Dispute Resolution. This CLE course, presented by expe...
Law & Proc. Credits:1.75
Ethical codes of conduct for attorneys are quote strict and often pose challenging dilemmas, particularly when the clients are the ones causing them. This CLE course will review these codes and present potential dilemmas attorneys may face including...
Ethics Credits:1
Gender discrimination and gender diversity has perhaps never been more center-stage. This CLE course will take an attorneys view of the issue and discuss them in terms of the legal profession. The course will explain pay equity in law firms, sexual h...
Ethics Credits:1
25 Credits
w/ 18.75 Law & Legal Proc. & 6.25 Ethics
Only $349
Courses purchased through UnitedCLE.com are provided and fully accredited by The National Academy of Continuing Legal Education, a Washington State Bar Accredited CLE Sponsor. To view NACLE’s accreditation details, please click here.