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This program will take a deep dive into Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) collective actions, tackling their history, evolution, and most recent case law .
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In part two of this series, Bob Fitzpatrick will take a deep dive into recent case law on FLSA collective and hybrid actions.
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This program will guide attorneys on how to mitigate the risks associated with cyber-based professionalism claims and the ethics rule violations.
Credits NY1.00(Includes 1.00 Ethics and Professionalism)
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This program covers the ethical issues unique to representing cannabis clients and how to comply with ABA model rules and state ethics rules variations when confronted with these issues.
Credits NY1.00(Includes 1.00 Ethics and Professionalism)
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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.
Credits NY1.00(Includes 1.00 Ethics and Professionalism)
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In this fast-paced, entertaining presentation, you will learn the ethical do’s and don’t’s for the most common ways lawyers market their practices.
Credits NY2.00(Includes 1.00 Ethics and Professionalism)
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This program will dissect the role and qualifications of employment practices experts in employment litigation, explore the value they bring to a case, and discuss a number of admissibility trends from cases.
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This program will address the ethics rules governing multijurisdictional practice so that you can determine when you can practice in other lawyers can confidently serve clients across jurisdictions without violating their ethical duties.
Credits NY1.00(Includes 1.00 Ethics and Professionalism)
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This program guides attorneys through the sale of a dental practice from one practitioner to another.
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This program explores Title IX compliance and how attorneys can prepare their clients on investigating complaints. The new 2020 Title IX regulation will also be covered.
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This program will inform attorneys on how a harmful "bro culture" can be recognized in their workplace, and give practical instruction on how to break down these types of barriers if they exist.
Credits NY1.00(Includes 1.00 Diversity, Inclusion & Elimination of Bias)
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An thorough understanding of asset protection methods is a key component of estate and business planning. In this program, Douglass Lodmell presents the tools and information you need to educate your clients in this complex area of law.
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Are you part of a solo or small law firm, or thinking about starting one? This program will address the key issues related to formation and operation of a small or solo law practice and give viewers a wealth of tips on how to succeed.
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When a sexual harassment compliant occurs in the workplace, it is important that the organization conduct a prompt and thorough investigation. This course guides attorneys through the investigation process
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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.
Credits NY1.00(Includes 1.00 Ethics and Professionalism)
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There have been significant shifts in the legal landscape recently in response to #MeToo and #TimesUp. This program will dive into those changes and will guide employment attorneys on how to set their clients up to avoid and mitigate discrimination and harassment...
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From discrimination, harassment, and implicit bias, there are a number of legal and ethical challenges arise in having a workforce that spans multiple generations. This program will help lawyers address these challenges and support a work environment that is inclusive,...
Credits NY1.00(Includes 1.00 Diversity, Inclusion & Elimination of Bias)
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In this program, employment attorney Bob Fitzpatrick will cover additional Supreme Court decisions and other case law affecting arbitration that were not discussed in Part I of this series.
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In this program, employment attorney Bob Fitzpatrick will cover the recent case law affecting arbitration as well as the general principals and arbitration clause drafting considerations.
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This program will give viewers an overview of the Anti-Kickback, Stark and False Claims Acts, which are intended to ensure that healthcare providers’ judgments are not compromised by improper financial incentives.
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This program will give attorneys an overview on the issues and terminology they need to help their clients choose the best advance care planning / end of life care planning options for them and their families.
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Join D.C. employment law practitioner, Bob Fitzpatrick, as he discusses the key cases to come down in recent months that are shaping the landscape of employment law.
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The 2019 term of the Supreme Court shaped up to be a defining one. Among other employment law issues, part II focuses on the blockbuster FAA decisions handed down by the court.
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This course will give attorneys a look at some of the big LGBTQ legal issues working their way through the courts and coming before the United States Supreme Court.
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The 2019 term of the Supreme Court shaped up to be a defining one. Part I will dive into many of the key cases heard by the court tackling issues such as the travel ban, collective bargaining, class arbitration, and many more.
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New York CLE

Requirements: 24 hours every 2 years, including 4 hours of legal ethics and professionalism, and 1 hour of diversity, inclusion & elimination of bias.


Newly Admitted Attorney Requirements

Newly admitted attorneys must earn 16 transitional CLE hours in each of the first two years of admission to the Bar, including 3 hours of legal ethics and professionalism, 6 hours of skills, and 7 hours of law practice management and/or areas of professional practice*.

Effective 2016, newly admitted attorneys can complete all 14 hours of law practice management and/or areas of professional practice with LexVid.

*Unless otherwise specified, all NY credits listed qualify for areas of professional practice credit.

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