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Antitrust v. The Government: Litigating Government-Induced Competition Problems image

Antitrust v. The Government: Litigating Government-Induced Competition Problems

4.7 (32 reviews)
The federal antitrust laws are a longstanding and overriding national policy in favor of competition that has been affirmed and reaffirmed by Congress time and again, and federal law is the supreme law of the land. But then sometimes it isn’t: states have the power to regulate economic activity, and they sometimes do so in ways that are anticompetitive (and sometimes allow private parties to do anticompetitive things). This course covers the most commonly-implicated doctrines when there is state involvement in anticompetitive conduct.
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Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) 101

5.0 (57 reviews)
Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) law involves complex and sensitive issues that prompt a number of drafting concerns for attorneys. In this program, Colleen Marea Quinn guides attorneys through the important and fundamental considerations surrounding ART law and basic ART contract drafting. First, Ms. Quinn covers the basics of family formation through ART and relevant medical terms. Then she addresses drafting pre-requisites and what information must be gathered prior to contract drafting as well as useful resources. Next she provides an extensive road map that incorporates specific structural techniques to help demystify the ART contract. Finally, Ms. Quinn provides an overview of necessary contract provisions covering everything from pre-screening, physical exams & psychological evaluations, and payment methods to labor notification, breaches and remedies. Do not miss this introduction to ART law and the fundamentals of ART contract drafting.
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Attorney Wellbeing: 'Tis the Season to be...Jolly - Setting Expectations Not the Table

4.7 (32 reviews)
This one-hour program discusses the science of resilience, patience and gratitude and offers practical skills and exercises to incorporate these practices into our daily life. We focus on the impact of stress on the mind and body, and how the pandemic is adding to stress to an already overly stressed profession. The objective of this course is to provide tools to approach setting expectations given the current environment of uncertainly.
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Basics of Immigration Court Proceedings

4.9 (11 reviews)
Representing clients in immigration court requires skill, innovation, and perseverance. In this program, immigration attorney Ruby L. Powers will lay the groundwork for understanding the elements of the removal hearing process, considerations during each stage, and best practices for success as an effective litigator in immigration court. Powers will share from her 14 years in practice, having represented clients in more than eight states in this Federal area of practice, in the detained and non-detained setting.
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Best Behavior: Ethical Strategies for Dealing with Bullying and Bias in the Profession

4.9 (37 reviews)
Have you ever been the target of bullying or bias or observed others being bullied in the practice of law? According to a 2019 study by the International Bar Association, a significant number of legal professionals worldwide have been subjected to bullying at work or observed others being bullied, bias based on gender, race, age, LGBTQ+ status, disability and other characteristics impact who is most likely to be targeted. Despite employer policies on diversity, inclusion, anti-harassment and anti-bullying, the problem persists. This program will equip individual attorneys with ethical strategies to deal with bullies effectively and increase civility within the profession.
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Defending the Catholic Church in the Sexual Abuse Crisis: Legal Issues and Special Considerations for Trauma

4.8 (12 reviews)
This is a comprehensive overview by an attorney who defended the Church for 20 years. How did the sexual abuse crisis start? What was the Church’s response? What must one do to sue the Church? What must one do to defend it? What are special issues that come up? What are the insurance implications? Examples from the presenter’s experience are discussed, and the handling of litigation is uniquely treated in light of the presenter’s previous career as a social worker in which he also dealt with victims (and perpetrators) of sexual abuse. Warning: explicit descriptions are given such as is necessary in this area of litigation.
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DUI Defense Basics

4.9 (57 reviews)
This program is a comprehensive lecture by noted DUI expert and defense attorney, Robert S. “Bobby” Reiff, the author of "Drunk Driving and Related Vehicular Offenses (Lexis Law Publishing Company) and LexisNexis' "Florida DUI Practice Guide" series. In this program, Mr. Reiff provides both new and experienced DUI attorneys tips about DUI defense and how to win a DUI case. He will provide an overview of DUI case defense in both the administrative (driver's license) and criminal court forums, as well as tools for using common sense concepts to make the case for your clients.
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Everything You Always Wanted to Know about CERCLA: Superfund 101

The Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act -- otherwise known as CERCLA or Superfund – is the federal statute that provides a funding mechanism to clean up uncontrolled or abandoned hazardous waste and accident sites. In this course, Connie Sue Martin will lead you through the CERCLA liability framework, contribution and cost recovery, and the roles of key players such as EPA, states, and Indian tribes.
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Get Off My Lawn: Patent Litigation and the Right to Exclude

5.0 (16 reviews)
Own a patent, now what? Only patent owners can enforce their right to exclude others from making, using, selling, or offering to sell their invention. In this introduction to patent litigation, we breakdown the major steps necessary to file and pursue a patent infringement complaint in U.S. district court. We also discuss the importance of claim construction and selecting the right forum. Participants in this course will gain a general understanding of the key step when enforcing a patent owner’s right to exclude.
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Getting To Know The ADA: Helping Your Disabled Clients Succeed With Their Employment Discrimination Claims

4.9 (28 reviews)
This course surveys federal law as it relates to people with disabilities—specifically, you will learn about the protections provided to disabled persons under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). This CLE course is the first of a two-part series. The primary focus of Part I is to provide an overview of the ADA’s non-discrimination provisions as they apply to employers, government entities, and public accommodations. Then, the focus of Part I will be on employment discrimination under Title I of the ADA. The course will provide attorneys with a working knowledge of Title I to better represent clients who face employment discrimination on the basis of disability.
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Great Lawyers Know the Judge: The Law, Ethics, and Effectiveness of Lawyers' Interactions with Judges

4.8 (73 reviews)
A well-known legal aphorism states that while a good lawyer knows the law, a great lawyer knows the judge. Kidding aside, in order to be successful, a litigator must routinely have positive interactions with judges. This course will explore ways lawyers can improve their interactions with judges without running afoul of legal and ethical rules that limit the ways that lawyers and judges can interact with one another. Among the topics that will be discussed are MCLE classes and bar receptions, social media, courtroom advocacy and social hospitality.
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Juvenile Immigration Law

4.8 (70 reviews)
This course is designed to provide a basic understanding of juvenile immigration law. It will provide an overview of the population of unaccompanied minor children, the immigration court system in the United States, and the forms of immigration relief that unaccompanied children are eligible for. Attendees will gain a comprehension of the different legal applications for unaccompanied children and what is required to complete such applications. This course will also provide insight into the challenges of working with immigrant youth who have experienced trauma and upheaval in their lives.
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OSHA Hot Topics

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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OSHA Nuts & Bolts: Handling OSHA Audits and Litigating Citations

4.9 (19 reviews)
The Biden Administration’s proposed budget for the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (“OSHA”) seeks, among other things, funding to hire significantly more OSHA inspectors in 2022 and beyond.  As businesses brace for aggressive enforcement in the coming years, this program is designed to help attorneys assist their clients through an OSHA investigation.  You will hear from a former OSHA trial attorney while he reviews the investigation process from the opening conference through the issuance of citations.  The program further addresses considerations attorneys need to be thinking about when advising clients on whether to settle or litigate OSHA citations.  Often these important considerations include how OSHA citations will affect third party claims which may present significantly more liability than the OSHA penalties themselves.  Moreover, the program discusses best practices during the investigation process and settlement strategies to achieve client objectives while minimizing risk of future repeat or willful violations. 
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Protecting Against Employment Discrimination Based On Gender Identity

4.8 (64 reviews)
On June 15, 2020, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) issued a landmark decision regarding the scope of protections afforded under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, for gay, lesbian and transgender employees in a trio of consolidated cases: Bostock v. Clayton County, GA., Altitude Express, Inc. v. Zarda and R.G. & G.R. Harris Funeral Homes, Inc. v. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission et al., 140 S.Ct. 1731, 2020 U.S. LEXIS 3252 (Jun. 15, 2020) (consolidating No. 17-1618 (Bostock), No. 17-1623 (Zarda) and No. 18-107 (R.G. & G.R. Harris Funeral Homes). In a 6-3 decision authored by Justice Neil Gorsuch, SCOTUS found that the plain meaning of Title VII’s prohibition making it illegal for an employer to discriminate against an individual employee “because of such individual’s . . . sex” [42 U.S.C. §2000e-2(a)(1)], was sufficiently broad to prohibit an employee from being discharged merely for being gay or transgendered. Id. at 1739. As a result of that decision, and prior directives from the Department of Labor (“DOL”), and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”), federal law bars discrimination and harassment on the basis of sex to protect employees and applicants for employment from being harassed, denied employment or promotion, or otherwise subject to adverse treatment because they do not conform to societal gender expectations. This program will help employers to make sure that their workplace conforms to federal law and provides a safe space for employees to express their gender identity.
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Racial, Cultural, and Religious Factors In Child Custody Evaluations

4.6 (9 reviews)
This lecture will present the interdisciplinary perspective relating to custody matters when presented with cultural and religious issues and discrepancies between parents. It will review case law and psychological protocols that are used to understand what factors a court will consider and what weight it will attribute in the handling of the matter.
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The Ethical Patent Lawyer – A Primer on the Ethics and Regulation of Patent Prosecutors

4.9 (32 reviews)
This 60 minute CLE is geared towards registered patent practitioners and their support staff in understanding the obligations of patent lawyers. This IP Ethics CLE will cover topics including conflicts of interest, candor requirements, unauthorized practice of law, working with foreign associates, export control issues, and more.
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The Litigation Risks of Food Labeling

4.9 (25 reviews)
With hundreds of class action lawsuits being filed each year for allegedly deceptive food labeling, and many more cases threatened and settled without getting to court, it is critically important that food companies and their lawyers understand the risks. This course introduces participants to the regulatory framework governing food labeling and advertising, the legal theories used in litigation, and defenses that food companies commonly assert in these cases. Lauren Handel of Handel Food Law LLC will review examples of recent cases illustrating the labeling issues that have been most targeted in litigation. She also will discuss strategies for advising clients on their labeling and advertising to minimize the risk of getting sued.
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The Paper Chase: Practical Tips for Writing and Responding to Document Requests

4.9 (47 reviews)
While not the most glamorous part of litigation, document requests are a key method for obtaining winning evidence. This CLE covers writing and responding to document requests during the discovery phase of a lawsuit. Participants will learn practical tips they can implement in their own practices to draft effective document requests and think strategically when objecting and responding to document requests served on their clients. Participants will also gain insight into negotiating the scope of document requests and preparing for motion practice along the way, in case those negotiations break down.
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The Role of the Court Interpreter in the Legal System

4.9 (11 reviews)
In a legal system where not everybody speaks English, court interpreters are crucial to overcome language barriers. This one-hour presentation is designed to provide attorneys with valuable information that will benefit their work with court interpreters during legal proceedings.
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Treating Fluffy from Home: Veterinary Telemedicine Law

4.8 (12 reviews)
Telehealth has exploded in recent years due to the COVID-19 public health emergency, although it has been around for a number of years. Similarly, veterinary telehealth, or as we are calling it, TelePet, is currently growing at a rapid pace, however, many states are not aligned with each other regarding what services can be provided virtually and what needs to happen before TelePet services can be provided. During this webinar, we will move through the timeline of how TelePet first began, where the industry is now, and how much further we have to go. We will cover the law, the practice, and the money to help stakeholders understand all considerations that are at play when thinking about TelePet.
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Vaccine Law 101

4.9 (75 reviews)
Congress has often responded to historic medical catastrophes by enacting new regulations designed to prevent their recurrence. With respect to infectious diseases and vaccines capable of preventing them, a well-established regulatory system exists for providing oversight of the process of developing and testing vaccines, licensing their use, controlling their administration, and following up on post-licensure issues. This course covers the structure of FDA regulation in these areas, including its powers governing Emergency Use Authorization and related litigation.
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Vaccine Law 2.0: Mandates and Injury Compensation

4.9 (72 reviews)
The powerful public interest in preventing the spread of contagious diseases has led to a longstanding history of vaccination mandates being imposed as a prerequisite to access to various rights, such as education and employment. At some points in history, nonvaccination has even been punished with fines. Balancing out this imposition, systems have been established to compensate the small proportion of individuals who claim to have been harmed by an adverse reaction to a vaccination. This course will examine the legal basis and structure of vaccination mandates, including public mandates imposed by state and federal government entities and private mandates imposed by employers. The course will cover the common exemptions from vaccination and accommodations required by employers under federal law. The course will then turn to the function and operations of the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program, and to other routes of injury compensation available for vaccines not covered under that program.
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What You Need to Know About Employment Agreements for the Healthcare Professional

4.9 (47 reviews)
As more and more physicians and other healthcare practitioners enter the workforce, employers, whether they are hospitals, clinics or private practices, are updating their employment contracts to be more restrictive against practitioners. It is important when reviewing these contracts, not only to confirm that the terms of the offer are correctly included within the contract, but that practitioners will not be prevented from practicing within their field and/or within a reasonable area should their employment be terminated. In order to negotiate on their behalf, you need to understand the language utilized within the industry, including HIPAA, billing procedures, payment structures and restrictive covenants. This course will provide you with an overview of the key aspects, clauses and terms common to healthcare employment agreements. You’ll have a better understanding of whether the contract terms are reasonable in their scope, whether practitioners will have the ability to continue to provide services should they leave the employment and how to identify missing language that should be included in order to protect the practitioner.

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