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    Advanced & Ethical Drafting of Surrogacy Contracts

    On demand Advanced

    Surrogacy contract drafting raises complex and delicate issues relating to attorney ethics. This advance program will explore ethical considerations and best practices when drafting surrogacy contracts. Attorney Colleen Quinn will address provide a tactful analysis of issues such as contingency or “what if” planning, managing client expectations, planning for enforceability and parentage, and where attorneys should or should not be involved.

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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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    Best Practices for Preparing the Asylum Application

    On demand Basic
    4.9 (23 reviews)

    In this beginning to intermediate course, learn from an expert with more than 14 years of asylum experience on the best practices and tips on how to prepare the asylum application and additional supplemental materials to put your client’s best case forward. Whether it's your first time, or you have experience, compare notes and learn suggestions from a diversified successful asylum practice by immigration attorney Ruby L. Powers. Learn asylum office specific advice on preferences for filing deadlines and specific details of various asylum offices. In addition to the application and supplemental materials, learn how to prepare your client for the best asylum interview or immigration court hearing experience. This course will cover the three sections of the affirmative asylum interview and best practices to prepare your client for a smooth experience in an already stressful process. Assimilate the best practices on how to prepare your client for the immigration court hearing and being cross examined by the trial attorney and the immigration judge. Study how to formulate and anticipate questions so your client will be prepared for the interview or hearing.

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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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    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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    Current Trends in Health Care Investigations and Prosecutions

    On demand Intermediate
    4.9 (7 reviews)

    In 2022, health care enforcement remains a focus of federal law enforcement agencies. Over the last few years, the DOJ brought a record-number of prosecutions related to health care fraud and anti-kickback violations, particularly in the realms of telemedicine and laboratory testing services. Perhaps unsurprisingly, prosecutors have also targeted fraud and other criminal schemes related to the COVID-19 pandemic since 2020.
    Such investigations and prosecutions can make the acceptance of funds from federal payers (e.g., Medicare, Medicaid) fraught with risk for providers and related entities. In this presentation, we’ll discuss the key issues and claims on which federal prosecutors, often aided by agents from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, have focused in recent investigations and prosecutions.

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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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    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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    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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    Family and Medical Leave Act: Common Compliance Violations and Best Practices for Preventing Them

    On demand Intermediate
    5.0 (10 reviews)

    Managed properly, the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) can assist employers and employees alike with respect to providing predictability and with handling the issues that arise when employees are on leave. But there are traps along the way, and Human Resources Departments and employment lawyers must be mindful of how to identify and avoid these traps. This intermediate-level class is for practitioners who have a working knowledge of the FMLA and now want to understand tactics and strategies, as well as best practices, so that they can avoid violating the law.

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    Handling Nonparty Discovery in Domestic Arbitration Proceedings: Fundamentals and Best Practices

    On demand Basic

    Nonparty discovery in domestic arbitration proceedings is an often misunderstood and overlooked aspect of case planning, management, and administration. As more domestic disputes are compelled to arbitration, either through company-sponsored programs in the employment and consumer context or through increased incorporation of contractual arbitration provisions in the commercial context, both advocates and neutrals need to understand how to properly address nonparty discovery in arbitration, which stands in stark contrast to similar processes in court litigation. With over 20 years of experience as a commercial and intellectual property litigator, coupled with over 10 years of experience as an arbitrator and mediator, Theo Cheng will explain the differences, provide an update on the legal landscape, offer practical tips, and share best practices to master this challenging aspect of arbitration proceedings.

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    Hot Topics and Trends in Executive Compensation

    On demand Basic

    Recently, there have been questions regarding income inequality that have fueled trends in questioning the wisdom and fairness of today’s executive compensation practice. In this course, we will dive into the latest ESG updates and review significant litigation highlights and case law, as well as examine recent compliance obligations and best practices.

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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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    How to Conduct Effective Lease Due Diligence for M&A Transactions

    On demand Intermediate
    4.9 (18 reviews)

    In a vast majority of M&A transactions, the real estate component of the transaction may not sink a deal. However, it is an important component of the whole transaction. This course will focus on how to effectively review a lease in connection with a M&A transaction so that (i) the transaction is not held up or delayed by an aggressive landlord, and (ii) the acquiring company is not left with fewer rights and more obligations than what the acquiring company contemplated. The issues covered in this course apply to all types of leases – offices, retail and warehouse. This course will be beneficial to both new attorneys and the experienced practitioner.

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    Identifying Hot Spots in Compensation and Issues to Consider During Year End Reviews

    On demand Intermediate
    4.7 (21 reviews)

    Employers often begin planning and preparing for decisions concerning compensation for employees, including raises and bonuses, in the second half of the year. As attorneys, we provide guidance to our clients to ensure that these compensation decisions are made in accordance with federal and state laws. As part of this process, the time is also ripe to assist clients with reevaluating pay practices in hot spot areas such as misclassification of non-exempt employees and independent contractors, equalize any pay disparities, and ensure that pay plans and compensation practices are consistent with state law. In this presentation, we will guide you through these end of year compensation considerations and equip you with the tools you need to assist your clients to comply with federal and state wage and hour laws and avoid costly mistakes.

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    Introduction to Government Contracts

    On demand Basic

    Contracting with the Federal Government is not like a business deal between two companies or a contract between a consumer and a commercial contractor. Thus, advising a Government contractor is not like advising another business client. This course will explore those differences. Among other topics, we will discuss the unique rights that the Government gives itself, what a contractor needs to know to protect itself, and what the risks are for a contractor that does not understand its legal obligations.

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    National Labor Relations Board Update

    On demand Basic

    Any employer or employee representative, must keep abreast of the rulings and guidance provided by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB). The rulings and guidance impact both employees in unions and those not in unions. The current NLRB has been very active since taking majority status on the Board, either issuing new decisions that changed old precedents or creating new law impacting all employers. This course will provide background on the latest important rulings of the NLRB and portend what may lie ahead in the not so distant future.

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    OSHA Hot Topics

    On demand Basic
    4.8 (11 reviews)

    The DOL’s 2022 budget and the Biden Administration’s proposed budget for the Occupational Safety and Health Administration in 2023 seeks funding to hire significantly more OSHA inspectors.  In addition, Doug Parker was sworn in as Assistant Secretary of Labor for OSHA on November 3, 2021, and based on his prior role as chief of California’s Division of Occupational Safety and Health, employers should expect increased rulemaking and more aggressive enforcement activities in the coming years. You will hear from a former OSHA trial attorney as he discusses OSHA hot topics and future agenda items.  These issues include an update on OSHA’s COVID-19 guidance for general industry and the status of OSHA’s health care permanent COVID rule.  Other areas will include discussion of OSHA’s heat stress enforcement and rulemaking; reviewing highly targeted inspection industries; identifying the most common OSHA citations in 2021; workplace violence; proposed changes to the electronic recordkeeping rule; review of recent OSHA standard interpretation letters on recording injuries; overview of the new hazard communication final rule and other expected rulemaking proposals.

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    Preparing for Mediation: Best Practices for Inhouse Counsel

    On demand Basic
    4.8 (14 reviews)

    Mediation is the parties’ process. So, it makes sense for inhouse counsel to spend time in advance to design the best process for each dispute. This program will address ways to bring recalcitrant parties to the table, mediator selection, and negotiation planning strategies.

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    Restrictive Covenants: Legal Trends, and Negotiation and Drafting Tips

    On demand Basic
    4.8 (121 reviews)

    Non-compete agreements shape the American employment landscape, affecting both employees and employers. Because these agreements prevent an employee from working within a particular industry for a defined time period, courts tend to closely examine these provisions. In recent years, many states have passed legislation to modify non-compete provisions in both employment agreements and business purchase agreements. Some states uphold non-compete agreements only when a legitimate business interest is at stake, while others have banned non-competes altogether. Certain states require employers to provide additional consideration or benefits to an employee to bind them by a non-compete. If employers are to adequately draft non-compete provisions, and if employees are to successfully negotiate such provisions, they must understand how the law is evolving in this area. Kristen Prinz, the Founder and Managing Partner of the Prinz Law Firm, P.C., will discuss best practices for drafting non-compete clauses from an employer’s perspective, and best practices to negotiate and handle non-compete clauses from an employee’s perspective.

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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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    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 Art of Voir Dire

    On demand Basic

    The art of jury selection, commonly known as voir dire, plays a pivotal role in shaping trial outcomes. This course delves into the essential do's and don'ts of voir dire, equipping legal professionals with the knowledge and skills to conduct effective jury selection.
    The course begins by examining the foundations of voir dire under state and federal law, providing a thorough understanding of the legal framework that governs the process. Participants will explore key concepts, such as the constitutional rights of potential jurors, challenges for cause, and peremptory challenges, enabling them to navigate the complexities of voir dire with confidence.
    This course will also address how to craft compelling questions, establish rapport with prospective jurors, and identify potential biases and prejudices. Additionally, techniques for active listening and non-verbal communication will be explored to enhance the effectiveness of voir dire. Whether you are a seasoned litigator or a budding attorney, this course will empower you to select the most favorable jury for your client's case and enhance your overall trial advocacy skills.

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    Trends in Antitrust: Regulating the Labor Market through Increased Criminal Enforcement

    On demand Intermediate
    4.9 (9 reviews)

    When we think of criminal antitrust enforcement, we often think of monopolies and widespread price-fixing schemes by behemoth-sized companies. However, over the last few years, the U.S. Department of Justice’s Antitrust Division has become increasingly aggressive, particularly as it relates to alleged antitrust violations by employers of all sizes in the labor market. In this discussion of the DOJ’s renewed antitrust enforcement efforts, we will focus on recent cases involving wage fixing, no poach, and non-solicit agreements. Our presenters, who served as defense counsel in the DOJ’s first-ever criminal wage fixing case, will also share lessons that they and their colleagues have learned trying cases against the DOJ’s [markedly more aggressive] Antitrust Division.

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    Win First and Then Go to War: Research & Writing for Oral Argument

    On demand Basic

    This one-hour course will provide attendees with a solid foundation for producing compelling written argument for oral argument that is backed by solid research. The course will also provide tips and tricks for producing clear and concise briefs and avoiding common pitfalls that often lead to losing a motion before setting foot in the courtroom.

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