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Sorry, LexVid does not offer CLE credits in District of Columbia at this time. You can sign up for an account and watch courses free of charge. If you wish to earn credit, please check with your state bar about their CLE self-application policy.
Bias in litigation is a prevalent problem. The ability to recognize your biases and the biases of your opponent can affect the outcome of your case. This program will help you overcome yours and make you a better litigator.
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The administrative remedy of suspension and debarment of government contractors has become more common in recent years. This program covers the key issues involved in suspension and debarment actions, including the basic rules, trends, judicial review, mitigating...
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Before any business can hold itself out as a Veteran Owned Small Business (VOSB) or Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), it must satisfy all of the regulatory requirements. In this program, Gunjan Talati, government contracting attorney with Thompson...
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When faced with a client or corporate employer who is bidding on a government contract, it is important to have a solid understanding of the federal rules regulating the process. In this introductory program, Shlomo Katz lays out the fundamentals of this highly...
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Although the number of states where recreational and/or medical cannabis are on the rise, there are many legal uncertainties when it comes to investing in and insuring businesses engaged in cannabis manufacturing and distribution. This program will unravel many of these...
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Electronic discovery can be an ethical landmine. This give attorneys the tips and tools they need to engage in effective e-discovery while avoiding the ethical landmines that could sink their case and lead to court-imposed disciplinary actions.
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Representing bankruptcy clients often presents a number of ethical issues for the attorney/law firm. This program unravels the key ethical traps both consumer and business bankruptcy attorneys are likely to encounter.
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Join Reno Fernandez, San Francisco commercial bankruptcy attorney, as he covers all the basics of a business bankruptcy case. The program will focus on corporate Chapter 11 cases, which allows the business to continue to operate with the goal or reorganizing and paying...
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Be prepared when an ERISA case walks through your door. In this program, ERISA attorney Russell Petti will take you through the fundamentals of ERISA litigation from beginning to end.
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Conviction of a crime can be a significant hurdle for someone seeking to have a spouse immigrate to the United States on a family-based petition. This program will discuss strategies immigration counsel can use to mitigate previous crimes and increase chances for a...
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Settling an employment dispute is generally much less costly than litigation. There are many factors to consider in settlement negotiations for both parties, and many procedures that should be followed to effect settlement. In this program, Washington D.C. employment...
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Prosecuting or defending a DWI case requires an attorney to have in-depth knowledge of not only the offense, but also the steps leading up to and following an arrest. Join former police officer and Deputy District Attorney, Adam Muery, as he covers the fundamentals of a...
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This program will explore the diversity and inclusion issues and the steps necessary to create an inclusive environment in the legal workplace, as well as the impact of substance abuse and mental health issues on the practice of law.
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This program will provide the practitioner with an overview of an attorney's ethical obligations to the law firm and clients in the event that an attorney dies or becomes incapacitated.
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As human beings, our everyday decision-making is unavoidably affected by implicit biases and stereotypes. However, as attorneys, it is imperative that we understand these biases and take steps to ensure they do not have unfair or harmful consequences.
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Title IX is a rapidly evolving piece of federal civil rights law. This program covers the key aspects of litigating a Title IX case and the most recent Title IX cases that attorneys practicing in this area need to be familiar with.
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The Special Needs Trust, or "spendthrift" trust, is a valuable tool to help those with disabilities keep assets, maintain quality of life, and avoid losing public benefits. The Affordable Care Act makes some key changes to the trust. This program takes a comprehensive...
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Writing effective motions can make or break your case. In this program, Randall Christison takes viewers through a number of examples and exercises illustrating common mistakes in writing and tips for persuading judges.
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Non-compete/non-solicitation agreements are a hotbed for judicial review. While each state differs in how they approach this area of law, there are some identifiable trends. In part 2 of this program, employment lawyer Bob Fitzpatrick continues his in-depth discussion...
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Non-compete agreements are a hotbed for judicial review in the United States. While each state differs in how they approach this area of law, there are some identifiable trends. In this program, employment lawyer Bob Fitzpatrick dives into the recent case law...
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This program provides a thorough examination how defamation attorneys can defend their clients against online defamation.
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Under the Fair Employment and Housing Act and state law employers must take care to prevent harassment and discrimination from occurring, which includes conducting a proper investigation. This program covers the best practices of doing workplace investigations. Topics...
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This program will tackle the numerous ethical issues commonly faced by in-house counsel, addressing how they can arise in practice and what steps can be taken to avoid violating ethical duties.
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Bias in the courtroom is a prevalent problem. Bias exists in all people. The ability to recognize your biases and the biases of your opponent can save or lose your case. This presentation introduces the four forms of courtroom biases plus expert witness bias. You learn...
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