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 legal landscape surrounding non-compete/non-solicitation is constantly evolving in the US. In this program, employment lawyer Bob Fitzpatrick covers recent case law developments surrounding these agreements.
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.
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.
This program takes a different approach than the typical bankruptcy law course, focusing less on substantive law and more on the implementation of consumer bankruptcy law and how to deal with the real-world situations that your clients will bring you.
Substance abuse and mental health issues affect lawyers in the U.S. at a much greater rate than the general public. In this program, Laurie Besden, Executive Director of Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers of PA, highlights the issue by giving own personal account of the drug...
21st century technology has shrunk the world. But a 19th century attorney regulation system still thinks that geography is destiny. With a focus on California, this program will teach viewers how to ethically conduct business across state lines and how to deal with the...
As an attorney, your presence on the internet presents a number of ethical complications. In this program, attorney Christina Lynn will dive into the ethics rules and how they are implicated with your interactions with people on the internet.
Property Assessed Clean Energy Programs (PACE) are fraught with predatory lending practices and lead to frequent foreclosures. This program helps attorneys understand how to protect their PACE clients.
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.
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
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.
Employment clauses that require class action arbitration has been a hotbed issue and has split the courts. This course will cover the latest developments on this issue from the Supreme Court decision in Lamps Plus Inc., v. Varela.
This program provides a general overview of Animal law as a focus for law practitioners in the United States, and updates lawyers on the recent legal trends coming from the leader in animal rights, California
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 the last part of this 3-part series, the instructor will teach you how to use some of the more than 200 consumer protection laws to flank the credit reporting agencies, creditors, collection agencies, and other data furnishers.
In the second part of this 3-part series, the presenter will give in-depth instruction on how to use counsel clients on improving personal and business credit through the use of consumer protection and business entity laws.