The program will address how the applicable Rules of Professional Responsibility intersect with litigation funding, as well as the notable legal decisions that have impacted the litigation funding industry
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.
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.
Criminal and civil attorneys alike rely data gathered from the Internet of things as evidence. This course will explain to attorneys how this data is collected, and the places that such data is stored.
Lawyers experience higher rates of substance abuse than most. This program details the destructive nature of addiction, illustrated by stories of celebrities who have battled and overcome their own addictions.
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.
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.
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
Criminal and civil cases oftentimes use methods to "place" a person at a particular location based on their cell phone usage. This course will guide attorneys on the best practices of uncovering the cell phone evidence that could be crucial to their case.
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.
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.
There has been a dramatic increase in impairment due to alcoholism, addiction and mental health disorders among members of the legal profession. Hear from our expert as he shares his story of trauma, and learn how you can recognize the unhealthy and potentially life...
Recent studies have shown a dramatic increase in impairment due to alcoholism, addiction and mental health disorders among attorneys. 1 out of 3 attorneys will likely have a need for substance use or mental health services. This program will address the issue and guide...
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.
12 hours each year, including 2 hours in ethics or professionalism and 1 hour in technology each year, and one hour in substance abuse and debilitating mental conditions once every three years.