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Indiana bundle (2024)

Get all 36 of your on-demand Indiana credits with this compliance bundle.

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Accessing Court Records—New Rules & Case Updates

On demand Basic

In this one hour course, attorney Charles “Chuck” Dalziel, will take a deep dive into the current statutes and recent decisions that affect access to various types of court records. We will discuss how the U.S. Constitution and various federal statutes extend to the right to access court records depending on they type of case you are dealing with, including the limitations on using and obtaining juvenile court records. This course will also provide an overview on how to obtain court records and review relevant caselaw in this area.

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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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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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Buy-Sell Agreements: Why Every Partnership Needs One and Critical Provisions

On demand Basic
4.8 (29 reviews)

Relationships take work and business partnerships are no different. Failing to plan for key life events such as death, disability, divorce, and departure of a partner can have serious negative impacts on your client's business and even put the survival of their business at risk. A properly drafted buy-sell agreement addresses all of these events and provides the company with a clear path forward in times of uncertainty and crisis.

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Can They Fire You for Putting That On Facebook?: A Guide to Lawful Social Media Policies and Practices

On demand Basic
4.8 (61 reviews)

Employers and employees alike must be mindful of how on-duty and off-duty use of social media can have consequences in the workplace. Employers must also take care to craft social media use policies that do not violate the legal rights of their employees. This fast-paced class covers recent examples of what happens when employers act against employees based on social media posts and what happens when social media policies are not legally compliant. Lawyers will be prepared to advise clients on legally sound social media use policies and practices.

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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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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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Drafting Real Estate Operating Agreements

On demand Basic

In this course, attorney Nate Osborn, will provide a detailed overview of the essential aspects of drafting real estate operating agreements. This course will take attorneys through the steps of drafting real estate operating agreements and help them understand the related legal considerations involved. Attorneys should walk away from this course with a practical understanding of how to best advise clients who want to form a real estate LLC.

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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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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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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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Examining the Ebb and Flow of E-Discovery: Tips, Tricks, and Ethics

On demand Basic

This presentation will provide an overview of what electronic discovery (“e-discovery”) is, how to make the right discovery requests, and how to object to discovery requests. The presentation will then discuss case law relevant to common issues in e-discovery, particularly those that relate to the ethical obligations of clients, outside counsel, and in-house counsel.

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Getting What You Need At Depositions

On demand Basic

In this one hour program, attorney & author Frank Ramos will discuss in-depth the purpose of depositions, how to advance your case themes, support your case, and win at trial. This course will examine how to handle various types of witnesses, including the expert witness, and analyze how a witness will play a role in your case at trial. We will explore the importance of conducting witness due diligence and how that information will help you accomplish your deposition goals.

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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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How to Find and Use Location Information in Litigation

On demand Basic
4.8 (26 reviews)

Determining the location of an individual at a specific point in time can make or break a case. You can use location data to present an alibi in defense, discredit a witness or party, show how long someone was on the road prior to a crash, establish where a digital contract was signed, and more. This unique webinar will show you how to find and use location data in your case. We will answer your live questions, and walk through realworld location analysis. You will come away knowing where to find data to support your case, as well as how to analyze some of the data yourself.

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Internal Investigations by Board Committees

On demand Basic

Generally Board Committees are delegated to undertake internal investigations when the issues are important to the company , complex, and need to be done by sophisticated people who have no personal stake in the outcome. Other investigations can be undertaken by employees in the legal function or the human resources department. Such investigations may be very important to the organization but lack the need to be done by individuals who have no need to satisfy internal corporate pressures on their decision making. However, given the hierarchical structure of most companies, where an investigation must actually be free of influences from within the company there is a need for truly independent investigators. This can often only be achieved by having critical investigations be under the supervision of the Board or a Board committee such as the audit committee, a risk committee or a special committee appointed by the Board to run the investigation. The key notion to understand is the great importance of their being no conflicts of interest and independence of the investigation so that its work is above reproach and not conflicted. This course will teach among other things, when a board committee investigation is called for, how it should be populated, how to preserve attorney client privilege and how the committee should bring its findings back to the full board.

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Introduction to Estate Planning

On demand Basic
4.9 (88 reviews)

Estate planning is a common and needed area of legal services. The need is only growing. So are low cost and no cost non-attorney alternatives. Learn what a comprehensive estate plan is and the strategies only attorneys can provide, so that you can provide value to your clients and they ultimately leave your office with a manageable to-do list.

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Introduction to Franchising

On demand Basic

This course is designed as a basic course for counsel with limited knowledge of franchise law and will introduce the basic legal considerations in franchising, whether you are representing a franchisor or a franchisee. We will cover the legal definition of a franchise and review the federal and state laws governing the franchise relationship. We will also explore where to find information regarding franchise brands, the dangers of becoming an accidental franchise, and some other legal considerations, beyond contract law, to keep in mind when representing the franchisor or the franchisee.

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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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It’s So Hard to Say Goodbye! Business Valuation, Business Succession, and Estate Planning

On demand Intermediate
4.8 (10 reviews)

Selling or transferring a company can be a once in a lifetime event and understanding the value of the company when transferring it can be a difficult challenge. This course will focus on how to value a company and how to successfully transfer the company and capture its value while minimizing the tax liability and the estate planning that follows. Roman Basi will teach participants the methods used in valuations, succession planning, estate planning, and much more.

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Litigation Finance 101: Helping Clients and Law Firms Manage Risk and Maximize Growth

On demand Basic
4.8 (23 reviews)

As companies look to seize opportunities for growth in 2022, many are facing uncertainty in the broader business environment and on their own balance sheets. Whether a company is thriving or struggling, litigation finance may be a financial solution to transform liabilities into assets, helping businesses and law firms monetize legal claims for working capital or other purposes. Litigators, in-house counsel, C-level executives, and law firm managers might all benefit from understanding how this tool may help their own or their client’s business better manage risk and maximize growth, even while managing active litigation.

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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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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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Preparing Your Client For Deposition

On demand Basic

The most important deposition in any case is your client’s deposition – the deposition you will never take. If we start with the premise that our client’s deposition is crucial, how do we ensure it goes smoothly? What steps do we take to prepare our client to give the best deposition testimony they can possibly give? This program will provide attorneys with a pathway to success when preparing there client for deposition. We will take a deep dive into the essential conversations you must have with your client when preparing them for deposition and best practices for excelling at deposition.

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Pretrial Advocacy: The Era of Front-Loaded Litigation

On demand Basic
5.0 (12 reviews)

The pretrial playing field has changed markedly over the last three decades, moving the battleground from the jury to the gauntlets that leave a judge with discretion to eliminate or trim a case before it even sees a jury. Standards governing motions to dismiss, summary judgment, experts, the breadth of discovery, and even class certification are the battlegrounds that often determine the fate of a case. Against this backdrop, technology - including the internet and the ability to create real-time recordings of events - has markedly changed the availability and quantity of evidence. Selecting the most compelling evidence - or deselecting evidence is a new challenge in addition to the age-old skill of constructing a narrative that glues the theories in place. Precision in the pretrial process and an appreciation for the evidentiary rules and their interface with the procedural rules are essential. From complaint preparation through discovery and motions practice, this 60-minute session will provide listeners with a crash course overview of what is needed in this new era of front-loaded litigation.

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Real Estate Transactions: A Bird's Eye View

On demand Basic
4.8 (10 reviews)

This one hour program will cover high level concepts of real estate transactions from a buyer’s perspective. We will address the role of a real estate attorney, ranging from due diligence considerations to contract negotiations. This course will provide you with some real world insight on best practices in managing contracts of sale.

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Skills for Dealing with Difficult Defense Attorneys

On demand Intermediate

This course will help you learn to effectively manage difficult defense attorneys. Seasoned trial attorney Mike Brusca uses lessons learned from years of practice, basic child psychology, and solid communication principles to help you create natural consequences and strategies to navigate difficult interactions at all stages of litigation and depositions.

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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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The Ethics of Attorney Wellness

On demand Basic

Attorney Wellness has become a popular topic and one which is moving into the mainstream when practicing law. No longer a sign of weakness, addressing and adopting wellness strategies in your life can be an attribute that improves your practice and your life. In this 1 hour course, Jackie Cara, a practicing attorney and long time member of the NYS and Nassau County Lawyer Assistance Committees shares insight into why “wellness” is important now, why it’s becoming a professional imperative, and how to spot a problem with yourself or a fellow practitioner.

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The Frugal Litigator: DIY Trials

On demand Basic
4.8 (6 reviews)

You can purchase expensive trial software and other technology or DIY – Do It Yourself. In many cases, the injuries and damages do not justify using pricey software and hiring outside consultants. But just because the case is smaller doesn’t mean that lawyers cannot provide a high quality professional presentation at a reasonable cost. In this program, attendees will discover how to use inexpensive trial technology they have in their office, including products such as Microsoft Office 365, Adobe Acrobat, and more. They will also learn about products that work on mobile devices, gaining practical, hands-on advice from an attorney who has used this technology to level the playing field against well-funded opponents.

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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 Private Credit Market - An Overview

On demand Intermediate

This program will provide a general overview of Private Credit for attorneys who hope to gain a better understanding of this popular asset class. Attorney Gabriel Yomi Dabiri, Co-Leader of Polsinelli's Private Debt and Cross Border Finance team, will take a deep dive into the recent rise of Private Credit, what characteristics differentiate Private Credit, and the state of the Private Credit market. This program will also discuss the chronology of Private Credit deals and attempt to forecast the future of the Private Credit market.

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