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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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In-house and outside counsel are generally looked upon to develop and implement risk management strategies for companies. This program gives attorneys the background knowledge they need to help business clients avoid and mitigate various types of risk.
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The law of fiduciary duties has been around for a very long time, and incorporates contract, property, and tort law. This program presents the basic outline of fiduciary law, and will help viewers understand its elements, where it fits in the overall architecture of the...
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Focusing on California HOA law, this course provides a primer for lawyers and self-represented parties regarding basic homeowner association functions, rights, and responsibilities.
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A satisfactory result for you client often hinges on a proper valuation. In part I of this series, author and valuations expert Jay Abrams gives attorneys a primer on the infrastructure of valuation.
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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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Clients often look to their attorneys to help protect their credit, obtain credit, and grow their financial and business well-being. In the first part of this 3-part series, viewers will get an overview of credit issues faced by clients and how attorneys can address...
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The JOBS Act recently paved the way for securities crowdfunding – which will surely revolutionize the way small businesses and start-ups acquire capital. This program explores the new rules, covering investor limits, exemptions, safe harbors, disclosures, and...
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Approximately 21% of Americans live in a condo, cooperative or other housing type governed by a community association. This session of LexVid's Condo Law Series will cover the governance issues related to condo associations. It will give an overview common state laws as...
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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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Practicing nonprofit law can be an exceptionally rewarding and challenging career choice. The rules and regulations governing charitable endeavors is a narrow body of corporate law, but one with considerable depth. In this program, Kent Seton, philanthropy lawyer with...
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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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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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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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Many traders, investors, and workers from all over the world seek to come to the United States for business related activities. There are several options for them to enter the country legally, each with their own list of specific eligibility requirements. This program...
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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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Adobe is increasing its license compliance and software audits. These Adobe audit demands can be burdensome and extremely expensive. In this program, technology attorneys Robert Scott and Julie Machal-Fulks cover these audits in-depth.
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Because IBM products like WebSphere, DB2, etc. are expensive, and companies cannot easily verify compliance, the risks associated with IBM licensing can be severe. Join Julie Machal-Fulks as she discusses some of the challenges with trying to ensure compliance with IBM...
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