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    Anatomy of a Slip and Fall Case from Plaintiff and Defense Perspectives

    On demand Basic

    Have you ever wondered how opposing counsel and experts view the same event? In 2017, a major nor’easter brought accumulating snow to much of the mid-Atlantic and Northeast. As a result of this storm, numerous slip and fall injuries on snow and ice created ongoing litigation. In this CLE course, a plaintiff’s attorney, a defense attorney, and an expert meteorologist will walk you through a hypothetical slip and fall case from their unique perspectives.

    First, we will discuss the chronology of meteorological events that created the hazardous situation. Next, a plaintiff’s attorney will present their perspective, with a focus on when and how to retain and use a meteorologist expert. Lastly, the case will be presented from the perspective of the defense attorney, with a similar focus on the role of the meteorologist in slip and fall litigation.

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    Anti-Money Laundering Basics for Attorneys

    On demand Intermediate

    In this program, attorneys will learn how to prevent their firm from being used as a tool for money laundering and how to recognize the risks associated with specific types of transactions. We will take a deep dive into what constitutes money laundering, how to best protect attorney trust accounts, and how lawyers can be guided by the American Bar Association’s (ABA) Good Practices for Lawyers to Detect and Combat Money Laundering.

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    A Practical Guide to Injunctive Relief

    On demand Basic

    Preliminary injunctions and temporary restarting orders are extraordinary remedies whose use have recently been on the rise. Success in getting a court to grant requires passing rigid procedural hurdles and satisfying high standards of proof. In this one hour program, we will review various factors to consider when obtaining preliminary injunctions and temporary restraining orders as well as discuss issues that should be considered prior to filing for injunctive relief. Injunctions can be useful tools in protecting assets and halting wrongdoing but, injunctive relief means only as much as the ability to enforce it.

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    Artificial Intelligence in the Law: Its Use and Pitfalls

    On demand Basic

    Artificial Intelligence (AI) is has unquestionably penetrated into the practice of law. In today’s hands-on course, attorneys will experience a detailed demonstration of what AI can do and how its use can be relevant to the practice of law. While AI can function as an aid to attorneys, there are limitations to AI that must be recognized. This course will help attorneys understand how to carefully use AI in their practice.

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    Basics of Mediation

    On demand Basic

    In this program, attorney Jeanann Khalife, will provide a detailed overview of the mediation process. This course will examine the key features of mediation, the three primary mediation styles, and multiple tools and techniques useful in a mediation. We will also analyze the duties of a mediator and walk through the stages of mediation. In closing, we will address mediation agreements and their key elements.

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    Best Practices for Nursing Home Neglect and Abuse Cases

    On demand Intermediate

    Nursing home abuse and neglect cases can be difficult and confusing to manage. In this course, Michael Brusca will guide you through the process of nursing home abuse and neglect litigation, including choosing the proper claims, procuring discovery, developing deposition strategies, and obtaining appropriate experts.

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    Boilerplate Contract Terms: Yes, They Do Matter

    On demand Basic

    In this program, Sean Smith will discuss how to avoid unforeseen consequences from using unnecessary and misunderstood boilerplate terms when drafting contracts. The clauses in a contract added from boilerplate language are often overlooked and infrequently negotiated. We will review the most common types of boilerplate clauses and what to consider when determining whether to use them in your clients’ contracts.

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    Brief Writing 101 for Plaintiff's Attorneys

    On demand Basic

    Plaintiffs’ lawyers now need to write more than ever – but they are faced with busy judges and need to compete with other litigants for the Court’s time. Join professional brief writer Jonathan Hilton as he explains how to fashion documents judges will look forward to reading. He explains his top ten tips: Five on how to help the judge spot your best arguments in less time, and five on how to make your clients more likable—and your clients’ stories more compelling. We round out the hour by looking at resources that will help you become a better brief writer moving forward.

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    Cannabis Industry Intellectual Property: Trademark and Patent Practice in an Era of Federal Prohibition

    On demand Intermediate

    Notwithstanding its illegality under federal law, cannabis is now legal for medical and/or adult recreational use in a majority of U.S. states. The cannabis industry is booming and participants want and need IP protections for their products, technologies, and brands. However, the perfection and enforcement of such IP rights is complicated by the continued federal prohibition of cannabis.

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    Cannabis in Worker's Compensation Claims

    On demand Basic

    This course will provide an in-depth overview of cannabis and substance abuse in worker’s compensation claims. By the end of this course, attorneys should understand the relevant considerations when advising their clients on worker’s compensation claims that involve cannabis or other substances. We will discuss the main areas of substance abuse that cause increased risk of injury and reduce productivity within an employment context. We will explore the various practical and legal strategies that can be utilized to prevent drugs and alcohol from entering the workplace.

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    Civility in Practice

    On demand Intermediate

    Want to learn about civility and attorney professionalism? Then, this course is right for you! This course will discuss and define attorney civility and discuss discrimination/bias in the context of the Rules of Professional Conduct. We will focus on Rules of Professional Conduct 8.4(d) and 8.4(g), citing real-life case examples of how attorneys have been disciplined for their conduct. Additionally, this course will discuss potential discrimination/bias that can occur in just running a law firm and how to avoid those pitfalls.

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    Class Actions, Telemarketing, and the First Amendment: Has the Supreme Court Effectively Eliminated the Central Hudson Commercial Speech Doctrine?

    On demand Intermediate

    This course will discuss in-depth class litigation and the expansion of telemarketing Regulations, including the rent increase in state mini-TCPA’s and/or adding private causes of actions. We will then take a deep dive into the First Amendment “Commercial Speech” Doctrine discussing its outright exceptions and developing regulations, noting the difference between viewpoint and content based restrictions. Lastly, we will analyze a trio of recent cases that have raised the possibility that Central Hudson is becoming “Zombie precedent.”

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    Combatting Perfectionism in the Legal Profession: Don't Let Perfect Be the Enemy of Good

    On demand Basic

    Perfectionism in the legal sector has always been a problem due to the crushing time pressures, demanding clients, and rampant poor self-care and substance use disorders plaguing practitioners and legal professionals. This "culture of perfectionism" has encouraged maladaptive coping techniques and led younger lawyers to conceal mistakes, oftentimes to the detriment of both firm and client. This program will explain the phenomenon of perfectionism and provide readily applicable tools to manage its negative impact. It will define perfectionism, the wonder of "adaptive" perfectionism and the dangers of maladaptive perfectionism. This course will also provide strategies for taming your inner perfectionist and explore simple, yet life-changing tools to manage perfectionistic tendencies.

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    Copyrights – What’s Next After Google v. Oracle (Update)

    On demand Basic

    This course will provide an overview of copyright law following the U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark decisions in Google v. Oracle and Warhol Foundation v. Goldsmith. In this one-hour course, we will discuss what is and is not protectable by copyright, analyze exclusive copyright rights, as well as fair use. This course will provide an in-depth overview of both Google v. Oracle and Warhol Foundation v. Goldsmith, as well as address several cases that have been or may be implicated following these decisions, and then cover issues that remain to be resolved.

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    Data Analysis in Litigation: Part I

    On demand Intermediate

    Many litigators joke that they “hate math” and chose law to avoid it. But in fact, data, and the use of analysis to process and present data, is critical to modern litigation. Data allows attorneys to scale up from individual to societal in scope, to claims encompassing entire financial markets and public-health epidemics. This new and insightful course explains why data is important and how to use it effectively in litigation. While class is a must for seasoned litigators who handle matters involving data sets for proving their case, others may find the topic of interest.

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    Data Analysis in Litigation: Part II

    On demand Intermediate

    Using examples from his personal experience of using data in litigation involving securities, antitrust, and litigation finance, our experienced and knowledgeable presenter will discuss how the data were used, how courts judged the data, and the outcome of those cases. This course includes practical recommendations for using data in working up cases, drafting pleadings, proving a case in discovery, and presenting data at trial.

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    Data Breaches - The Differences Between HIPAA and the Federal Trade Commission

    On demand Intermediate

    Cybersecurity risk management and the potential for enforcement actions is not diminishing. An area of increasing interest by the Federal Trade Commission, the United States Department of Justice, and Congress is third parties benefiting financially from taking sensitive data, including protected health information, without obtaining affirmative patient/consumer consent (especially from social media and search engine giants). The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the agency tasked with enforcing HIPAA, also plays a critical role here. The purpose of this presentation is to address different federal government initiatives, recent enforcement actions and incidents, and risk mitigation.

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    Data Privacy and Cybersecurity: Incident Response Counseling

    On demand Basic

    This course examines legal analyses of data privacy and cybersecurity incidents from a response perspective. The course will spotlight three primary components of the incident response lifecycle: (1) investigation and verification of a breach; (2) breach notification; and (3) post-breach remediation. With a focus on state data breach notification statutes, the course explores core questions involving events impacting protected information. This course will also consider what happens when a “breach” is declared, including breach notification to impacted individuals. Finally, the course explores common avenues organizations may consider to prevent a breach from happening again in the future, including the development and implementation of cybersecurity training and awareness programs.

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    Disability Law 101

    On demand Basic

    Unfortunately, the uniqueness of social security disability law scares many new and curious legal practitioners away. A non-adversarial process lacking in both rules of evidence and rules of procedure, and with a unique government-regulated fee process, it can be both intimidating and confusing for newbies. This program, presented by national industry leader Michael Liner, will provide an overview of the medical and non-medical eligibility requirements of the Social Security Disability (SSD) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) programs. The nonmedical criteria covered for will include quarters of coverage, insured status, as well as income and resource rules. The medical criteria to be covered includes the sequential evaluation, exertional categories, and common non-exertional limitations. The appeals/claims process will also be covered and explored.

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    Discharging Student Loan Debt in Bankruptcy

    On demand Basic

    As the student debt crisis grows, more bankruptcy filers are seeking discharge of their student loan debt. Be prepared to assist clients burdened by student loan debt get the fresh start they deserve. Discharging Student Loan Debt in Bankruptcy will explore the treatment of student loans in bankruptcy including determining a client’s eligibility for discharge. This program will guide you through the process of litigating student loans in bankruptcy court from case evaluation and intake to trial and discuss the recent policy change designed to provide a more expeditious process for discharging student loan debt.

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    Dissecting Medical Records for Attorneys

    On demand Basic

    This program is designed to help attorneys understand the role of medical reports in litigation. We will take a deep dive into the benefits of understanding medical records, how to increase your vocabulary of “medical jargon" as an attorney, and explore the relationship between facts and the medical reports.

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    Easements 101: Types, Purpose, Rights and Impact on Land Use Applications

    On demand Basic

    Easements play an important role in modern property law, granting certain non-possessory rights to individuals and entities over land they do not own. This course provides an overview of easements, exploring their nature, creation, enforcement, and termination. In particular, this course will focus on the impact of easements on land use applications, such as for site plan review or zoning variance. Participants will gain an understanding of the legal principles governing easements, along with insights into emerging trends in easements in regard to property law, with emphasis remaining on their effect on land use applications filed with local and county planning and zoning boards. This course is designed for attorneys and legal professionals seeking to improve their understanding of easement law.

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    Education-Related Disability Claims Under the ADA

    On demand Intermediate

    In this course, you will learn all about the protections provided to disabled persons under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and other laws as they relate to discrimination in the education context. We will focus on both Title II, which covers public entities, and Title III, which covers private entities. The course will provide attorneys with a basic working knowledge of the ADA to better represent their clients who face education-related discrimination.

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    Ethical Conflicts

    On demand Basic

    This course reviews the ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct regarding conflicts of interest from a law firm risk management perspective. Various sources of conflicts-based risk will be explored and best practices/defenses will be examined. Logistical realities and actionable steps to better protect law firms and lawyers will be discussed.

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    Hot Topics in Advertising Law

    On demand Basic

    Advertising and marketing is heavily regulated in the United States, and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is aggressively enforcing the rules. This program will provide an overview of the FTC’s advertising-related enforcement authority and will discuss the FTC’s current enforcement priorities. Topics to be discussed include advertising claims, substantiation, online disclosures, endorsers and influencers, environmental marketing, dark patterns, artificial intelligence, responsibility for corporate commitments, and other hot topics.

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    Introduction to Wage & Hour Law Compliance

    On demand Basic

    In this introduction to wage & hour laws, you will learn about employer requirements for proper classification, work time management, and payment of their employees. We will discuss requirements for meal and rest periods, work time and overtime, timing and methods of payment, and expenses. We will also review what you need to know about the recently-enacted Pay Transparency Act.

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    Key Ethics Rules for Estate Planning & Administration Attorneys

    On demand Intermediate

    Estate planning and administration can be full of twists and turns.  Circumstances are further complicated by the emotions and grief over the loss of a loved one that family members and fiduciaries simultaneously experience. This course will help attorneys learn the key rules they need to know to ethically navigate the estate planning and administration process. After watching this course, attorneys will be able to competently assist their clients, protect themselves and minimize their chances of a malpractice claim, and navigate the complexities of estate planning and administration to ensure they ethically represent clients in this area of the law.

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    Make the Courtroom Feel Like Home: Evidence & Admissibility Tips

    On demand Basic

    The courtroom may seem like a scary place, but it does not have to be. This course will discuss the evidentiary and admissibility rules that every attorney needs to know and will guide you through what to do during trial so that you have the best chance of getting your evidence admitted into the record. The goal of this course is to untangle the complicated world of evidence and admissibility rules and procedures, so that no matter how inexperienced you may be, you will feel at home in the courtroom.

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    Point - Click - Post: Ethics and Social Media

    On demand Basic

    Social media is an ever-growing area that affects the practice of law, through attorney advertising, social networking, evidence collection, and monitoring. According to the Rules of Professional Conduct, attorneys must stay knowledgeable about anything that affects the practice of law, including social media. This course will touch on some of the basics of social media through various platforms. This course will also discuss the applicable rules of professional conduct that can be violated if attorneys are not careful regarding activity online. This course will address real-life case scenarios and examples of “what not to do”.

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    Procuring Cause for Earning Real Estate Brokerage Commissions

    On demand Basic

    As the housing market sours, there has been an uptick in homesellers refusing to pay their real estate brokers commissions. This has rendered the timing of when commission vests a hotly contested and litigated issue. In this course, you will learn the default rules for when commission vests, the meeting of the minds, and what options brokers and sellers have to change that default rule by supplanting the listing agreement with other triggers to commission. We will delve into how the default rule is modified when a real estate broker is cut out of a transaction as well as when a broker's breach of statutory / common law duties impacts their ability to claim commission. This is your one stop shop to learn how to litigate real estate brokerage law.

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    Recovery of Attorneys’ Fees and Expenses from the U.S. Government

    On demand Advanced

    The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) has committed to moving forward with the process of establishing final regulations for governing the valuation of companies for employee stock ownership plan (ESOP) transactions. In this one-hour course we will provide an in-depth case study on a landmark trial victory that has had a direct impact on this new development. This course will focus on the ongoing efforts for recovering attorney’s fees and costs in the U.S. Court of Appeals. We will analyze how this effort to recover attorneys' fees and expenses increased pressure on the DOL to clarify ESOP valuations and related transactions for companies and fiduciaries.

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    Student Debt Resolution Strategies

    On demand Basic

    Americans owe more than $1.75 trillion in student loan debt. The Supreme Court struck down the Biden Administration’s student loan relief plan on June 30, 2023. With repayments set to resume in a few short months, millions of student loan borrowers will be seeking legal advice about their options.This course will cover trending topics in student debt relief including the Biden Administration’s new actions to provide debt relief for student loan borrowers. Designed for consumer and debt relief attorneys, the program will explore repayment options, loan forgiveness programs and new guidelines on the discharge of student loan debt in bankruptcy.

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    Tame the Email Beast: Practical Communication Practices

    On demand Basic

    This one hour presentation will help lawyers regain control of their email inboxes and enhance their communication practices to adhere with ethical standards through the utilization of available technologies. We will discuss various legal ethical standards that apply to controlling your email inbox, while discussing ways to organize and sort your inbox. This course will also provide demonstrations of different software programs for both intra-office and client communications.

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    Teaching Deposition Skills: What Attorneys at Your Firm Need to Know

    On demand Basic

    Taking effective depositions is a crucial skill for litigators and trial lawyers, a skill that can be taught and learned. But how should deposition skills be taught? A lot goes into taking effective, powerful depositions and a lot goes into defending depositions. Effective depositions can be reduced to mastering certain skills, including conducting thorough due diligence before a deposition, thinking through and relying on your case theme during the deposition, securing all relevant information the witness has to offer, and directing the witness the provide you the information in the manner that you want it. This course will focus on strategies and exercises for teaching deposition skills that win cases.

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    Tell Me a Story: Communications Tools for Lawyers

    On demand Basic

    Attorney Aaron Solomon and MBA and chaplain Meredith Parfet discuss the critical role of storytelling in communications, whether as a persuasive tool for lawyers, or as a component of crisis management for their clients. This course covers the cultural and cognitive role that storytelling plays, as well as ways it has been incorporated into legal pleadings, its excision from complaints under the Federal Rules, and its slow return. It then addresses the centrality of storytelling for clients, including such issues as the importance of controlling a public narrative, communicating with friends and family, and the danger of trying to stay totally silent. It presents concrete tools for finding and telling a story, such as a message map, stakeholder analysis, and message funnel. Finally, the course includes a case study of a high profile employment discrimination case and the role effective storytelling played in the outcome.

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    The ABCs of LGBTQIA as an Attorney

    On demand Basic
    4.7 (3 reviews)

    Understanding the nuances of gender, gender identity, gender pronouns, neopronouns, sex, and sexual orientation can be challenging. During this session, the facilitators will provide basic definitions of various terms in the LGBTQIAP+ acronym while providing insights on how to use gender-inclusive language and how to create an LGBTQIAP+ friendly environment for employees and clients alike. This session is for allies, those new to DEI work, or anyone who desires to create safer spaces and safer language for humanity.

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    The Future of Noncompetes

    On demand Basic

    Noncompetes are clauses in employment contracts that restrict employees from taking new jobs with competitors. As a type of restrictive covenant, they have been around for centuries. In this course, Russell Beck will go over different sorts of noncompetes and how have they've been regulated historically. He will also cover the economic impacts of noncompete agreements and recent legislative and regulatory proposals at the state and federal levels to help you advise your clients about noncompetes.

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    The Law of Cryptocurrency and Blockchain Technology: What Do Businesses, Investors, and Consumers Need to Know?

    On demand Basic

    From FTX to NFTs, it seems like cryptocurrency and blockchain technology are at the top of news and culture. But which laws apply to this technology, and which government entities regulate this space? And what do businesses, investors, and consumers need to know to avoid legal pitfalls?

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    The Lawyer's Ethical Obligations to Secure Client Data

    On demand Basic

    Every law firm, whether large or small, uses technology. That technology ranges from word-processing, to calendaring, to client billing software, to litigation support. In the last few years, there have been numerous instances where law firm operations have been impacted by technology failures, including hacking. In this presentation, we will focus on understanding relevant ethical obligations to lawyers, reasons why law firms are being targeted, and how to mitigate cybersecurity risks to your law firm.

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    The Use of Collaterals in Forensic Custody Evaluations

    On demand Basic

    This course will examine the issue of hearsay as it relates to collaterals cited in custody evaluations conducted by forensic evaluators. The course will take a deep dive to explore when these issues arise and how some can be overcome. We will analyze the applicable case law and discuss when these issues can significantly impact the veracity of the forensic report.

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    Title Insurance Coverage Narrowed For Properties Sold Through Foreclosure

    On demand Advanced

    New York’s recently enacted Real Property Actions and Proceedings Law (“RPAPL”) § 1302-a effectively eliminates waiver of the standing defense in a home loan foreclosure action. This exposes foreclosing lenders to assaults on their foreclosure actions for elusive durations and raises questions as to the marketability and insurability of titles devolving through foreclosures. This course will cover how foreclosures are affected by RPAPL and similar statutes in other states.

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    Warhol v. Goldsmith (Fair Use)

    On demand Basic

    This course will introduce attorneys to the foundations of copyright law and the principals of fair use. This course will provide an in-depth analysis of the Supreme Court’s much anticipated decision in Warhol v. Goldsmith and its redefinition of the fair use defense to copyright infringement.

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