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  • 2 Ethics credits
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Get all 10 of your on-demand Nebraska credits with this compliance bundle.

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An Anatomy of a U.S. Department of Labor Investigation and Related Litigation

On demand Intermediate

Today’s program, taught by David Johnson of Hawkins Parnell, will take a practical dive into what you need to know about a US Department of Labor Investigation and the surrounding litigation. We will provide a general understanding of ESOPs and best practices for you and your defense counsel in responding to DOL investigations while also discussing the DOL’s authority and precedence in relation to ERISA.

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Child-Related Considerations in Family Law

On demand Basic
4.9 (22 reviews)

Are you involved in a family law case involving children? Child-related issues in family law provide an additional layer of complexity in a case, and their best interests are at the forefront. In this presentation on the topic of child-related considerations in family law, we will explore topics involving establishing parentage, allocation of parental responsibility or custody, parenting time or visitation, and child support. We also explore how children are represented and have their voices heard in family law matters. Participants in this course will gain a general understanding of how a family law case involving children proceeds.

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Email Communications for Lawyers: Strategies and Ethics

On demand Basic
4.9 (28 reviews)

Lawyers and staff are drowning in email, and many feel helpless when trying to get it under control. While communicating with clients via email may be quick and easy, there are ethical pitfalls that can cause problems for unwary lawyers. This program will cover how to efficiently store and organize email and attachments, successfully deal with high email volume, and communicate ethically and effectively with clients.

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Fresh Water Law in the United States

On demand Intermediate
4.9 (12 reviews)

This course will provide an overview of fresh water law in the United States. We will cover both the law and policy aspects within water law while analyzing the balance between public rights and private rights to use water, including private ground water rights, and private water harvesting rights. While also covering water usage and its impact. Water is the heart of agriculture, commerce, transportation’s, recreation, and survival.

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Haters and Big Spenders: Trust Drafting for Challenging Family Dynamics

On demand Intermediate
5.0 (20 reviews)

Families are unique social constructs with unique challenges. Accordingly, estate planning attorneys must anticipate and draft for these challenges if they do not want clients (and the estate plans) to be subject to probate or estate administration court battles. This program covers applicable laws, rules, and regulations for drafting trusts that address three of the most common, yet challenging, family dynamics: hostile family members, spendthrift beneficiaries, and family factions. We will also review hypotheticals to provide hands-on examples of provisions that can be helpful in keeping the peace or at least keeping clients from nasty court battles.

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How a Lawyer Can Get Justice for Clients in Nursing Homes: An Insider's View as to What is Reasonably Obtainable

On demand Intermediate
4.8 (13 reviews)

This course gives a both-sides view of legitimate routes to liability against nursing homes and legitimate defenses. It also discusses the regulatory environment, special evidentiary issues with the changeover to electronic medical records, insurance coverage and lien issues. The presentation will draw heavily on the presenter’s experience representing nursing homes in both personal injury and regulatory matters.

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IOLTA 101: Ethically Handling Your Trust Account To Avoid Disciplinary Concerns

On demand Basic
4.9 (18 reviews)

Mismanaging an IOLTA account is one of the primary reasons that attorneys find themselves in disciplinary hot water, and misconduct, even if “innocent,” can lead to discipline, including loss of the ability to practice. In many cases, the attorney involved has never been trained how to handle a trust account, and does not know the best practices for handling one. In this program, attendees will learn about the relevant Rules of Professional Conduct, particularly Rule 1.15, and best practices for handling client and other funds in their IOLTA accounts.

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Legal Writing—Editing for Readability

On demand Basic
4.9 (35 reviews)

A quiet revolution is afoot. With every passing year, the legal world becomes increasingly dependent on technology. Changes have been coming for decades: computers have replaced typewriters; electronic filing has replaced hand‑delivery; and trial presentation software has replaced exhibit binders. Utilizing technology can improve your legal writing. This presentation introduces you to one easy-to-use tool that will help improve your legal writing and editing.

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Strategies for Navigating the World of Special Education Law

On demand Basic
4.7 (10 reviews)

This program will briefly discuss the purpose of the IDEA and the standard for individualized education programs (IEPs), and will discuss more in-depth the sections of IEPs and what they should entail. This program will also cover evaluations, and what districts are required to do, as well as parent’s rights. The program will be New York based, but New York’s regulations strongly mirror federal law, and differences will be noted. It will also cover updates in special education law, including the COVID pandemic and its impact. This program will benefit new attorneys to the special education field, and attorneys who are seeking to better understand what an IEP is, how it is created, and what it is based on in order to be appropriate.

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The Metaverse: Go Boldly Where None Has Gone Before—Intellectual Property Meets Augmented Reality and Web3

On demand Intermediate
4.9 (17 reviews)

“The metaverse is the new virtual and visual frontier, a user-interactive digital environment based in computer-generated spaces of augmented and virtual realities in which visual imagery predominates, cryptocurrency is lucre and NFTs are fashion and decor." 1 The technology is new but the legal rights regulating imagery and art are not new-- copyright, trademark, publicity rights. We will discuss art, sports, entertainment and rap examples of how rights owners, including Quentin Tarantino and Pulp Fiction, Andy Warhol and Prince, rapper Lil Yachty, heirloom and iconic brands like Hermes, Patek Philippe, Cartier and Bulgari, are asserting their claims and defenses in the metaverse world of appropriation. This presentation connects the Andy Warhol fair use case [Section 107 of Title 17 of the US Code] before the U.S. Supreme Court with appropriation concepts in metaverses and NFTs and other appropriation types of litigation in copyright and trademark infringement, publicity rights, unfair competition. Participants will gain a general understanding of what they need to know in this evolving technology space to ethically and responsibly advise clients in a climate of rapid change and inconclusive precedent.

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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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Once you buy a compliance bundle, you can finish the courses at any time. You will have access to each purchased course until its accreditation expires.

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