All California bundles include all of your on-demand California CLE requirements:

  • 16 General credits
  • 5 Ethics credits
  • 1 CA Competence - Prevention and Detection credit
  • 1 CA Competence - Wellness credit
  • 1 Elimination of bias credit
  • 1 Implicit bias credit
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California bundle (2024)

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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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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 in Building Legally Compliant DEIA Programs

On demand Intermediate

As DEIA initiatives become more commonplace in law firms and organizations, it can be difficult for people unfamiliar with the topic to understand what it truly means and why it's needed in the first place. This course will take you through the basics of DEIA, as well as the legal framework and Federal level of involvement, before finally giving tips and tricks to handling the subject in a way that's both a boon to your practice and easy to handle.

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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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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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Confronting Racial Bias in Jury Selection

On demand Basic

This course, taught by Angie Setzer, Senior Attorney at the Equal Justice Initiative, takes a deep dive into the critical examination of the racial biases inherent in the jury selection process within the legal system. Designed for legal professionals committed to justice and equity, this course offers a comprehensive exploration of the history of discrimination in jury selection, why representative juries are necessary, and recommendations for combating racial bias in jury selection.

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Drafting a Trust

On demand Basic

Drafting a trust can seem overwhelming. This course will help you navigate what kind of trust you will need as part of a Will or Revocable Trust and discuss key provisions that can be included. We will focus on practical drafting advice in order to ensure that attorneys have the tools necessary for success.

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Evaluating a Franchise Agreement

On demand Basic

This course is designed for counsel representing a franchisee in evaluating their decision to purchase a franchise business. We will discuss the role of franchisee counsel, practical considerations for deciding whether to acquire a franchise and how to prepare for reviewing a franchise opportunity. We will also cover how to determine which laws apply and why this matters to the review, the top 13 risk analysis issues, key tips for negotiating an addendum, and additional resources for franchisee counsel.

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Generative AI & Copyright: Authorship, Copyrightability, and Infringement

On demand Basic

This course will take a deep dive into authorship and copyrightability of AI generated content, including discussing the questions of whether or not an artist can be the author of a work created using AI and if copyright authorship requires a human. This course will also review the pending litigation over AI training and explore best practices both for clients and attorneys using AI.

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Gray Area Drinking & the Legal Profession: Tools for Attorneys

On demand Basic
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In this interview style CLE, Quimbee faculty member Alyssa Johnson interviews Certified Burnout & Alcohol Coach Wendy McCallum on gray area drinking and how it affects lawyers. Gray area drinking is examined within the spectrum of alcohol use and behavioral markers are shared to help lawyers identify if they are gray area drinkers. The ways that gray area drinking can affect a lawyer’s legal practice and life are discussed and practical tools are given to help address and reduce a lawyer’s reliance on alcohol.

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Hot Topics in Real Estate Litigation

On demand Basic

In this course, Megan Stumph-Turner of Baker Sterchi Cowden & Rice LLC, will take attorneys on an exploration of current hot topics and trends in real estate litigation, including antitrust litigation, litigation involving force majeure clauses in the post-pandemic era, and litigation due to construction delays and cost disputes. By the end of this course attorneys will gain an understanding of potential litigation their clients may face and how to better advise them on avoiding these issues.

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Legal Ethics Issues When an Attorney Leaves a Firm

On demand Basic

This program will address the various ethical and practical concerns that lawyers and law firms may face when a lawyer decides to leave a firm. We will answer questions such as "Who handles communication with clients? Can the lawyer take their clients with them? If yes, what are the rules? Does the law firm have protections against its business interests? What can be disclosed when switching firms?" and many more.

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Mastering the Heart & Soul of the Trial: Direct and Cross Examination

On demand Basic

A trial is really won or lost through the evidence, not through a flashy closing argument. In trial, evidence is presented to the jury through both direct and cross examinations of the witnesses. This course will help you hone the necessary skills to successfully present testimony and exhibits to the jury through direct and cross examinations of fact witnesses at trial.

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Mindfulness Techniques: Creating Resilience to Stress For Lawyers

On demand Basic

It’s no secret that lawyers work in high stress environments. Long hours, client expectations, competition, lack of boundaries, and many more factors can take a toll on lawyer well being and productivity. Join Dr. Elizabeth Eckhardt, Director of the Nassau County Bar Association’s Lawyer Assistance Program, and attorney Carolyn Wolf, a family-focused mental healthcare practitioner, for a practical course designed to provide lawyers with tips and techniques for controlling and reducing stress at work.

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No One Likes a Tattle Tale: Reporting Requirements Under Model Rule 8.3

On demand Basic

ABA Model Rule of Professional Conduct 8.3 and its many state counterparts require lawyers to inform the appropriate professional authority once a lawyer "knows" another lawyer has engaged in certain professional misconduct. The duty or opportunity to "know" of such violations can vary depending on the relationship between the lawyers in question. This program will consider the provisions of Model Rule 8.3 and an attorney’s obligations to report another attorney or judge to the appropriate disciplinary authority. We will discuss when specific reporting is triggered, the consequences of acting or failing to act, and best practices for taking effective action.

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Opposing Motions to Dismiss

On demand Basic

Judges are granting more motions to dismiss—and getting past the starting gate is tougher than it was in past decades. Making matters worse, by the time you respond, the judge has already heard the defendant’s side of the story and may feel ready to dismiss your case. How can you make a comeback and ensure your case proceeds to discovery? Join professional brief writer Jonathan Hilton as he shares ten tips you can put into practice right away in opposing these common motions.

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Overview of the Investment Company and Investment Advisers Acts

On demand Basic

Do you have an interest in working with funds and/or investment advisors? Are you vaguely familiar with certain exemptions in the Investment Company Act of 1940 and Investment Advisers Act of 1940, but are unsure of the undertakings necessary when there is not an exemption?  This course will lay the foundation for both of the 1940 Acts, and will outline the components of each, including all of the exemptions (not just Section 3(c)(1) and Section 3(c)(7)).

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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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The Fundamentals of NFTs, Emerging Technology, & Intellectual Property Law

On demand Basic

This CLE program will provide an in-depth overview of the legal issues that are arising at the intersection of intellectual property and emerging technologies. Attorney Caleb Green of Dickinson Wright will discuss IP protection, registration, and enforcement strategies while also addressing the risks and issues related to NFTs and the blockchain.

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The Horse's Mouth: The Trial Lawyer's Techniques for Storytelling Using the Witnesses' Own Words

On demand Basic

Effective trial lawyers use storytelling to develop a thematic narrative that leads the jury to a desired verdict. This course goes beyond basic devices for controlling witnesses (such as leading questions on cross-examination), and offers techniques for maximizing the storytelling impact of witnesses’ own words.

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Trademark and Copyright Basics for Business Owners

On demand Basic

This course is an introduction to the basics of trademark and copyright protection for businesses. It will provide attorneys with the information they need to advise clients on what types of protection may be appropriate for their businesses. We will discuss different types of trademarks, the differences between state trademark applications vs. federal applications, the federal application process, and some best practices for counseling clients. We will also briefly discuss copyright protection and copyright notice requirements.

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Understanding the Ethics of Legal Technology

On demand Basic

In this course, attorney Michael Overly of Foley & Lardner LLP, will provide an overview of cybersecurity risk and response. This course will explore the ethical implications of attorney duties in regards to data breaches, virtual practice, and competence in the use of technology. when We will discusses the sources of cyber risk and how to manage them, including the human factor involved as both the greatest risk and first line of defense. Finally, this course will review the basics of developing a cybersecurity program.

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Using ChatGPT in Business: Avoiding Legal Landmines

On demand Intermediate

Generative AI tools such as ChatGPT have the potential to transform industries ranging from healthcare to finance and everything in between. But they also come with risks that could harm your clients’ business interests or expose your clients to liability. It is important for attorneys to educate themselves about this new technology to properly advise their clients on how to use it to their benefit while navigating around the legal landmines. This presentation will provide an overview of the benefits and risks of generative AI and the legal implications of generative AI across several areas of the law to enable you to confidently advise your clients about this transformative technology.

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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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What is included in Quimbee CLE compliance bundles?

Our compliance bundles include a selection of courses that will meet all of your reporting requirements. The number of courses included in each bundle corresponds to the number of credit hours required in each state.

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