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This webinar is designed to help lawyers and law firms understand the professional ethics rules and other state bar regulations governing the use of social media, with an emphasis on the first amendment constraints and specific examples of the use (and misuse) of social...
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The decision whether to use an expert and what type of expert to use during employment discrimination litigation can mean the difference between win and lose. In the program, attorney and expert witness Amy Oppenheimer walks viewers through the issues involved in using...
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Don't fall into one of the costly ethical traps attorneys often make. In this program, practitioners will learn to identify and avoid the four most common such mistakes, which include charging reasonable fees, failure to properly respond to questions, maintaining...
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Understanding legal compliance and risk for healthcare organizations is critical in avoiding civil and criminal liability. This program will instruct healthcare attorneys how to spot such issues, focusing on out-of-network billing issues. Other topics include ERISA...
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The practice of law is fraught with stressors that can have a tremendous impact on an attorney’s mental health. One option for combating attorney depression is adjusting to a "limited scope" practice. This program covers the triggers that tend to cause attorney...
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The rules of ethical conduct remain the same whether you are practicing offline or virtually. However, attorneys in the digital age must consider how these rules apply when practicing virtually.
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In January of 2014, the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau implemented Qualified Mortgage rules in an effort to reduce the number of home-buyers defaulting on their loans. Join our experts as they discuss the new rules, their potential effects, and give several...
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It's no secret that the practice of law often means long hours, high stress, and constant conflict. The adversarial nature of a lawyer's day-to-day can seep into our relationships, including our relationship with ourselves, and can lead to a number of behaviors that...
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Internet Service Providers ("ISPs") face a several avenues of legal liability in an era where most of their content is driven by users. This program outlines the legal issues affecting ISPs, including the DMCA, Section 230, Revenge Porn and Online Escort Services, and...
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Crowdfunding has emerged as a great tool for artists and entrepreneurs alike to raise capital for their endeavors. With the popularity of the reward/discount model made popular by websites such as Kickstarter, and the recent changes to the law paving the way for equity...
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The implementation of the Affordable Care Act has had created a number of new and potential issues for employers of all sizes. Join Vanessa Scott as she looks at these issues and the implications they have on key industries.
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Prosecuting and defending he-said-she-said cases is exceedingly difficult. Fortunately, today's technology can provide some assistance. With this program, criminal attorneys will learn practical tips and best practices on how to utilize technology to prepare and present...
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A legal case can present a myriad of complex medical issues. In this unique CLE program, litigator and former Registered Nurse, Susan Ramsey, demystifies these issues, covering the basic concepts of Medical Malpractice and providing helpful tips on evaluating medical.
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The successful enforcement of international arbitration awards requires careful navigation of both domestic and international law. In this program, Neil Popovic will lay out the legal details, practical considerations, and recent developments in international...
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Recent changes in the law have drastically expanded healthcare attorneys’ obligations under HIPAA. This program will guide those with access to "Protected Health Information" (PHI) through this new ethical morass, teaching them when it can be used, how to protect it,...
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It's no secret that attorneys have high-stress occupations. Consequentially, alcoholism rates among lawyers are high. In this program, attorneys will learn skills to cope with stress and avoid behaviors that can be destructive to their careers and lives.
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There a number of ethical mistakes lawyers can make that can cause their clients to turn on them. This can cost an undue amount of stress, time, money, and even lead to a malpractice suit. This program will give attorneys the tools they need to avoid these traps by...
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Statistics on lawyer depression, substance abuse, and suicide are staggering. This program explores the unique pressures of the legal system that can trigger lawyer unhappiness, and looks at various ways an attorney can improve his or her quality of life.
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Today's sluggish economy has sparked a surge in bankruptcy filings. In this program, esteemed bankruptcy attorney, Pia Thompson, gives a thorough introduction to Chapter 11 and as well as some valuable strategies for tackling the typical Chapter 11 case.
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Join credit damage expert Georg Finder will walk you through the nuts & bolts of credit damage. Among the topics discussed are the foundational documents needed to prove damages, navigating the credit report, investigating the damage, and choosing the right expert.
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Marijuana has long been classified as a Schedule 1 drug by the federal Controlled Substances Act. In recent years, many states have decriminalized the drug for medical and/or recreational purposes. In this program, Robert Fitzpatrick will lay out the current state of...
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In 2009, President Obama signed into law the Affordable Care Act, restructuring healthcare access opportunities in the U.S. Here, healthcare attorney Eric Hargan discusses the Act, focusing on employer and employee issues. Topics covered include The Individual Mandate,...
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The 2015 Term of the United States Supreme Court was a monumental one. In this program, Robert Fitzpatrick, recognized as one of the nation's leading employment law attorneys, provides a summary of The Supreme Court 2015 key decisions and their practical implications.
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Mediation clauses in construction contracts have risen in popularity in recent years. As a result, construction law attorneys must have a keen understanding of the mediation process. In this program, San Francisco construction attorneys Alan Wilhelmy and Joe Moore walk...
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Join Washington, D.C. employment law attorney Robert B. Fitzpatrick as he analyzes the key decisions handed down by the 2013/2014 Term United States Supreme Court. Cases covered include Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby, Harris v. Quinn, Lane v. Franks, and many more.
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Requirements: 25 hours every 3 years, including 4 hours in Legal Ethics, 1 hour of Competence Issues (formerly Substance Abuse), and 1 hour of Elimination of Bias in the Legal Profession and Society.

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