In this program, sports attorney Brian Brunkow gives viewers an overview of the complex and evolving world athlete legal representation while providing a number of valuable real-world tips on representing your clients well.
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.
Are you part of a solo or small law firm, or thinking about starting one? This program will address the key issues related t operating a small or solo law practice and give viewers tools on how to succeed on a budget
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.
In this program, a panel of intellectual property attorneys dissect trade dress law. Viewers will learn what trade dress is, how rights are created, how to register trade dress, and how rights can be enforced against third parties.
The immigration law Form I-846 Affidavit of Support creates a potentially lifelong spousal support obligation. This presentations delves into this often overlooked contractual obligation and gives attorneys serving eligible immigrant clients the tools they need to...
There are a number of ethical landmines to consider before making statements to the media. In this program, you'll learn about what you can do to communicate with the media in an effective and ethical manner.
Convincing a judge to agree with your position can be a tricky task. This program will teach you how to advocate for your client before a judge using effective and concise written and oral argument techniques.
This seminar uses case studies to illustrate methods of handwriting authentication. Cases include the Zodiac Killer and the 2018 Zahau v. Shacknai case that resolved whether Rebecca Zahau was murdered or committed suicide at the Spreckels Mansion on Coronado Island.
With the rise of craft breweries opening at an average of two new breweries a week here in California, so do the legal issues that encompass opening these breweries. Join Candace L. Moon, Esq. of The Craft Beer Attorney as she covers the key issues involved in...
How are people wrongfully convicted? Why would someone plead guilty to a crime they did not commit? What are the common issues that cause wrongful convictions? The program will answer these questions through real life cases of wrongful convictions which were...
In today’s world, lawyers face various ethics issues relating to cybersecurity and data security. This program covers the ethical issues and best practices for lawyers advising in-house clients with respect to data security issues.
A criminal conviction can end a military career. This course will identify which convictions require mandatory processing, which convictions can lead to processing, and which conviction are not necessarily career-enders.
Criminal presentence investigation reports (PSI) are often incomplete, misleading, or otherwise inadequately prepared, and thus is not effective for mitigation purposes. This program takes in in-depth look at the common issues with PSIs and gives criminal defense...
Mediation advocacy success requires mastery of its own set of skills. In this program, seasoned mediator Tim Warner shares his nine steps for developing these skills and achieving a great outcome for your client through mediation.
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.
The meeting of the creditors, otherwise known as a 341 hearing, is one of the most crucial and often overlooked components of a bankruptcy case. This program takes an in-depth look at the hearing, covering the typical questions, ideal responses, and how your client can...
This program will explore the impact of substance abuse and mental health issues on the practice of law, including how the rules of professional conduct address these issues, and the common signs of substance abuse and mental health issues.
Bias is a human trait that exists in all people. In the courtroom, the ability to recognize your biases and the biases of your opponent can win or lose your case. This program will teach you how to think differntly about your interpretation of evidence and combat...
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.