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25-Hour Litigation Compliance Package

Original price was: $350.Current price is: $250.

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Winning The War Against Implicit Bias

Hon. Holly J. Fujie, LA Superior Court
Hon. Rupert A. Byrdsong, LA Superior Court
Mia F. Yamamoto, Law Office of Mia Yamamoto
Dr. Gitu Bhatia, Gitu Bhatia Psy.D.
Moderated by Jinna Kang, Enenstein Pham & Glass, LLP

Negotiation and Gender Intelligence: Tips and Techniques for Everyone

Stephanie Blondell, lead faculty for the Pepperdine Straus Institute's popular Women's Negotiation Academy, explored recent research regarding the role of gender in negotiation. Professor Blondell challenged participants to consider the various biases that can bedevil and/or support both men and women in negotiations and identify techniques to overcome or use these biases to advantage.

Do I have to? Determining whether WITHDRAW is mandatory

The lines between ethically mandated and permissive withdrawal from a client?s representation are often unclear, making it difficult for attorneys to determine their ethical obligations and how to satisfy them. This program will explore where the lines are drawn, how they are applied, and what an attorney?s duties are when withdrawing from representation.

Deborah Wolfe, Founder, Wolfe Legal Solutions, PC.

Onboarding New Clients and the Fundamentals of Conflicts of Interest

The program will address the process of onboarding new clients with emphasis on risk management and compliance with the Rules of Professional Conduct.

Joel A. Osman, Senior Counsel and General Counsel to the Firm, Parker Mills LLP
David B. Parker, Founding Partner,Parker Mills LLP

The Dos and Don'ts of Handling Others' Funds

This program will review lawyers? ethical obligations in holding funds belonging to others. This program will cover the guidance and pitfalls in trust accounting and the new mandatory Client Trust Account Protection Program and will include considerations of banking stability.

Rachelle Cohen, Valensi Rose, PLC
Erin Joyce, Erin Joyce Law, PC

The Ethics of Networking

This presentation will explore the kinds of activities that are discouraged and prohibited by the State Bar, as well as those that are perfectly permissible in 2023 (this has changed significantly from a few decades ago when many of the Attorney Attendees started practicing, so many of us learned a very different set of rules and behaviors). Come learn what you can do to get more business, without getting in trouble with the State Bar.

Marc E. Hankin, Hankin Patent Law, APC

Aging Gracefully: Recognizing Competence Issues In the Practice of Law

This CLE program will explore competence issues in the context of the aging attorney population. While mental and physical issues impacting the elderly population are very common, few CLE programs discuss them in the context of an aging attorneys? ability to perform legal services with competence.

While it is relatively easy to spot an attorney who has completely lost physical capability and mental competence, it is very challenging to spot those in the gray area who have started their descent into concerning territory often exhibiting barely perceptible signs of incompetence

Benazeer "Benny" Roshan, Partner, Greenberg Glusker

Best Practices for Effective Depositions, Part One

This plaintiff and defense panel will address how to serve/object to a notice of deposition, how to prepare for a deposition, and how to prepare your witness.

Daniel Kramer, Kramer Trial Lawyers
Rachael C. Kogen, Fraser, Watson & Croutch, LLP
Brian P. Lepak, Brian Lepak & Associates PC
Moderated by Anthony D. Ross, Murchison & Cumming LLP

Best Practices for Effective Depositions, Part Two

This plaintiff and defense panel returns to continue the discussion of best practices for depositions. Part two of this program series includes how to object to a notice of deposition, how to use a deposition in a motion for summary judgment, and how to leverage a deposition at trial.

Daniel Kramer, Trial Lawyer, Kramer Trial Lawyers
Rachael C. Kogen, Partner, ?Fraser, Watson & Croutch, LLP
Brian P. Lepak, Partner?, Brian Lepak & Associates PC
Anthony D. Ross, Senior Associate, Murchison & Cumming LLP, (Moderator)

Battling over Arbitration Clauses: Tips, Traps, and Latest Developments

The battle to enforce or bust an arbitration clause can be complex. A well-crafted arbitration clause is but one step in determining whether parties will in fact proceed to arbitration or the courthouse. Litigators should be aware of a series of considerations when seeking to enforce or attack an arbitration clause, particularly in view of recent case law and statutory developments. Our speakers will review different considerations for those battling over arbitration clauses, certain traps for the unwary, along with highlights of recent legal developments in the arbitration arena.

Our distinguished panel consists of seasoned litigators Neville Johnson (Senior Partner, Johnson and Johnson LLP) and Adam Wolfson (Partner, Quinn Emanuel), and the Hon. John Zebrowski (Ret.) (Neutral of ADR Services Inc., former LA Superior Court Judge and California Court of Appeal Justice)

Common Misunderstandings Regarding Notice of Related Cases

Hon. Randolph M. Hammock, Los Angeles Superior Court, Stanley Mosk Courthouse
Rachael C. Kogen, Fraser, Watson & Croutch, LLP, (Moderator)

How English Common Law Remains Relevant to Your Case

Cal. Civil Code ß 22.2 provides: ?The common law of England, so far as it is not repugnant to or inconsistent with the Constitution of the United States, or the Constitution or laws of this State, is the rule of decision in all the courts of this State.? The statute was originally enacted in 1849 and remains on our books.

The speakers will address some examples of how particularly in cases of first impression it can continue to play a decisive role in the evolution of our law.

This short lunch program features two speakers and a moderator who grew up in England and will explain why both litigators and appellate lawyers should be aware of this little used tool.

Hon. David Cowan, Supervising Judge, Civil Division, Los Angeles Superior Court
Alexander Rufus-Isaacs, Rufus-Isaacs Acland & Grantham LLP
Edd Capewell, Loeb & Loeb LLP
Moderated by Michelle A. Wedderburn, Law Firm of Stephenson, Acquisto & Colma

How to Win Your Case with Your Opening Statement

Learn to effectively tell your clients? story and formulate a cogent opening statement that will win over your jury before you call a single witness.

In Hollywood, we are surrounded by some of the most compelling storytellers in the world. Their techniques for captivating an audience and persuading a listener translate perfectly to the courtroom but are applied far less often than expected. A case can be won with a compelling opening statement; it can also be made far more difficult to win with one that is disjoint and emotionless.

In this program, learn from recently retired LA Superior Court Judge Craig Karlan how to present a successful opening statement. Judge Karlan is not only an experienced trial lawyer and trial judge ? having tried countless jury trials as both a lawyer and a judge over the past 32 years ? Judge Karlan is also a writer, one who has optioned several pilots. Like a theater audience, the jury needs to feel what your client has gone through to care about your case.

Hon. Craig D. Karlan (Ret.), ADR Services, Inc.

Law & Motion: A Perspective from the Bench

This program will focus on the art of persuasion, the ?Dos and Don?ts? of law and motion. Tune in to learn everything you ever wanted to know about law and motion but were too afraid to ask.

Having served as an Independent Calendar Judge in the West District for over 14 years, ruling on upwards of 7,500 motions, if not more, with as many as 730 general jurisdiction cases assigned to him at one time, recently retired Judge Karlan has handled a complex and complicated law and motion calendar under a variety of circumstances and time constraints.

In this program Judge Karlan will provide insight from his over twenty years on the bench, including motions to quash, demurrers, motions to strike/anti-SLAPP motions, MSJs, electronic service, discovery and motions in limine. HOWEVER, beyond the technical legal requirements, successful motion practice requires careful crafting, a compelling argument and attention to detail. It also involves thinking of and paying attention to your Judge, both with respect to what you submit and how you argue.

Hon. Craig D. Karlan (Ret.), ADR Services, Inc.

The Ins and Outs of Arbitration Law

Jeffrey E. Raskin
Greines, Martin, Stein and Richland, LLP

Jeffrey Raskin is an appellate attorney and partner at Greines, Martin, Stein and Richland LLP (GMSR), where he handles all manner of civil appeals and writs. He has twice been honored with the prestigious California Lawyer Attorney of the Year (CLAY) Award for precedent-setting Supreme Court wins in vastly different areas of substantive law?arbitration law; estates & trusts; and attorney ethics. He has developed particular expertise handling a wide array of arbitration-related issues at the trial, appellate, and Supreme Court levels.

Social Media Investigations: Ethical Evidence Collection & Use

In this presentation, Joseph Jones will discuss various ethical issues and legal requirements relating to social media and the law, including how to properly preserve and authenticate social media content, the fallacy of social media privacy and what should/shouldn?t be discussed about your cases on social media.

Joseph Jones is a licensed Private Investigator and the President of Bosco Legal Services, Inc. Joseph is a Certified Social Media Intelligence Expert, Certified Expert in Cyber Investigations, and holds multiple certifications in Open Source and Cyber Intelligence. He also has degrees in Psychology and Social & Behavior Sciences. Joseph has received over 2,000 hours of specialized training and regularly teaches courses to judges, attorneys, paralegals, insurance professionals, and contributes to their various publications. Joseph has appeared as an Expert Witness in legal cases on various topics. When he?s not tracking down bad guys or digging up the truth, he enjoys spending time with his beautiful wife and 4 active children.

Advanced Trial Skills: Using Trial Themes

This program is designed to hone the trial skills of both Plaintiff and Defense counsel in employment cases. We will be discussing the importance of developing and implementing a trial theme that will resonate with jurors and we will expose the subtle themes that your opponent is using to defeat your case.

Elisabeth Frater, Partner, Burke, Williams & Sorensen, LLP
Moderated by: Hillary Johns, Hillary Johns, Trial Lawyer

Civil Law Highlights from 2022

Our distinguished panel will highlight the important civil appellate decisions from last year to help you make winning arguments in your cases.

Kent Richland, Founding Partner, Greines, Martin, Stein & Richland LLP
Jeffrey Gurrola, Counsel, Greines, Martin, Stein & Richland LLP
Rachel Beyda, Associate, ?Greines, Martin, Stein & Richland LLP

Drafting Effective Amicus Briefs& Using Them Strategically

Amicus curiae briefs are a common as well as an important part of appellate practice in the U.S. Supreme Court, federal courts of appeals, and state appellate courts. This 1-hour webinar will be packed with practical information for lawyers who either are seeking influential amicus support for clients involved in appeals, or who are called upon to draft persuasive amicus briefs on behalf of trade associations, professional organizations, advocacy groups, or ad hoc coalitions of legal, scientific, or technical experts.

Toxicology Pearls for Attorneys: What You Need to Know About Effects of Alcohol

A broad overview of what attorneys need to know about the effects of alcohol as well as common street and prescription drugs on the body, interpreting drug screens, how alcohol absorption can be delayed or increased, and the connection between drug levels and impairment. There is so much to know about the science behind drug and alcohol-related impairment but this one-hour program will establish useful basic principles.

Learning objectives:

List the expected effects on the body from common street and prescription drugs.
Differentiate between drug/alcohol levels obtained from blood, urine, breath
Identify common false positives when interpreting drug screen results.
Assess the utility of drug levels for commonly encountered street and legal drugs.
Describe the correlation between drug and alcohol levels and level of impairment.

Your client did what? Crisis Management 101 For Lawyers

Website Accessibility: Both Sides of the Story

A discussion from both the plaintiff’s and defense perspective of website accessibility and the law.

Scope of Privacy Privilege in Litigation

This program will focus on the use of the privacy privilege in litigation. When can or should that objection be made? What is the scope of the objection? How is the objection preserved or waived? Can a business assert that objection on behalf of itself or its client(s) when faced with a subpoena? How can one get around that objection if seeking information relevant to the litigation. How does this privilege relate to a claim of proprietary business information?

Investigators in Litigation Matters: Techniques, Research, Surveillance

This program will focus on practical considerations when conducting investigations in litigation, include effective and efficient client and opposing party investigation, field surveillance, obtaining witness statements, and on-line searches. The program will also address investigations outside the US, and ethical considerations when conducting investigations.

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Credit Details
Credit Hours:
25.00
Specialty Area:
None
Accredited In:
California

You may be able to self apply for credits in states not listed. BHBA provides CLE accreditation as described above. 

About the Package

This package fulfills all of your California MCLE requirements, including 4 hours of Legal Ethics, 2 hours Elimination of Bias (including 1 hour of Implicit Bias) and 1 hour of Competence Issues.

Winning The War Against Implicit Bias

Hon. Holly J. Fujie, LA Superior Court
Hon. Rupert A. Byrdsong, LA Superior Court
Mia F. Yamamoto, Law Office of Mia Yamamoto
Dr. Gitu Bhatia, Gitu Bhatia Psy.D.
Moderated by Jinna Kang, Enenstein Pham & Glass, LLP

Negotiation and Gender Intelligence: Tips and Techniques for Everyone

Stephanie Blondell, lead faculty for the Pepperdine Straus Institute's popular Women's Negotiation Academy, explored recent research regarding the role of gender in negotiation. Professor Blondell challenged participants to consider the various biases that can bedevil and/or support both men and women in negotiations and identify techniques to overcome or use these biases to advantage.

Do I have to? Determining whether WITHDRAW is mandatory

The lines between ethically mandated and permissive withdrawal from a client?s representation are often unclear, making it difficult for attorneys to determine their ethical obligations and how to satisfy them. This program will explore where the lines are drawn, how they are applied, and what an attorney?s duties are when withdrawing from representation.

Deborah Wolfe, Founder, Wolfe Legal Solutions, PC.

Onboarding New Clients and the Fundamentals of Conflicts of Interest

The program will address the process of onboarding new clients with emphasis on risk management and compliance with the Rules of Professional Conduct.

Joel A. Osman, Senior Counsel and General Counsel to the Firm, Parker Mills LLP
David B. Parker, Founding Partner,Parker Mills LLP

The Dos and Don'ts of Handling Others' Funds

This program will review lawyers? ethical obligations in holding funds belonging to others. This program will cover the guidance and pitfalls in trust accounting and the new mandatory Client Trust Account Protection Program and will include considerations of banking stability.

Rachelle Cohen, Valensi Rose, PLC
Erin Joyce, Erin Joyce Law, PC

The Ethics of Networking

This presentation will explore the kinds of activities that are discouraged and prohibited by the State Bar, as well as those that are perfectly permissible in 2023 (this has changed significantly from a few decades ago when many of the Attorney Attendees started practicing, so many of us learned a very different set of rules and behaviors). Come learn what you can do to get more business, without getting in trouble with the State Bar.

Marc E. Hankin, Hankin Patent Law, APC

Aging Gracefully: Recognizing Competence Issues In the Practice of Law

This CLE program will explore competence issues in the context of the aging attorney population. While mental and physical issues impacting the elderly population are very common, few CLE programs discuss them in the context of an aging attorneys? ability to perform legal services with competence.

While it is relatively easy to spot an attorney who has completely lost physical capability and mental competence, it is very challenging to spot those in the gray area who have started their descent into concerning territory often exhibiting barely perceptible signs of incompetence

Benazeer "Benny" Roshan, Partner, Greenberg Glusker

Best Practices for Effective Depositions, Part One

This plaintiff and defense panel will address how to serve/object to a notice of deposition, how to prepare for a deposition, and how to prepare your witness.

Daniel Kramer, Kramer Trial Lawyers
Rachael C. Kogen, Fraser, Watson & Croutch, LLP
Brian P. Lepak, Brian Lepak & Associates PC
Moderated by Anthony D. Ross, Murchison & Cumming LLP

Best Practices for Effective Depositions, Part Two

This plaintiff and defense panel returns to continue the discussion of best practices for depositions. Part two of this program series includes how to object to a notice of deposition, how to use a deposition in a motion for summary judgment, and how to leverage a deposition at trial.

Daniel Kramer, Trial Lawyer, Kramer Trial Lawyers
Rachael C. Kogen, Partner, ?Fraser, Watson & Croutch, LLP
Brian P. Lepak, Partner?, Brian Lepak & Associates PC
Anthony D. Ross, Senior Associate, Murchison & Cumming LLP, (Moderator)

Battling over Arbitration Clauses: Tips, Traps, and Latest Developments

The battle to enforce or bust an arbitration clause can be complex. A well-crafted arbitration clause is but one step in determining whether parties will in fact proceed to arbitration or the courthouse. Litigators should be aware of a series of considerations when seeking to enforce or attack an arbitration clause, particularly in view of recent case law and statutory developments. Our speakers will review different considerations for those battling over arbitration clauses, certain traps for the unwary, along with highlights of recent legal developments in the arbitration arena.

Our distinguished panel consists of seasoned litigators Neville Johnson (Senior Partner, Johnson and Johnson LLP) and Adam Wolfson (Partner, Quinn Emanuel), and the Hon. John Zebrowski (Ret.) (Neutral of ADR Services Inc., former LA Superior Court Judge and California Court of Appeal Justice)

Common Misunderstandings Regarding Notice of Related Cases

Hon. Randolph M. Hammock, Los Angeles Superior Court, Stanley Mosk Courthouse
Rachael C. Kogen, Fraser, Watson & Croutch, LLP, (Moderator)

How English Common Law Remains Relevant to Your Case

Cal. Civil Code ß 22.2 provides: ?The common law of England, so far as it is not repugnant to or inconsistent with the Constitution of the United States, or the Constitution or laws of this State, is the rule of decision in all the courts of this State.? The statute was originally enacted in 1849 and remains on our books.

The speakers will address some examples of how particularly in cases of first impression it can continue to play a decisive role in the evolution of our law.

This short lunch program features two speakers and a moderator who grew up in England and will explain why both litigators and appellate lawyers should be aware of this little used tool.

Hon. David Cowan, Supervising Judge, Civil Division, Los Angeles Superior Court
Alexander Rufus-Isaacs, Rufus-Isaacs Acland & Grantham LLP
Edd Capewell, Loeb & Loeb LLP
Moderated by Michelle A. Wedderburn, Law Firm of Stephenson, Acquisto & Colma

How to Win Your Case with Your Opening Statement

Learn to effectively tell your clients? story and formulate a cogent opening statement that will win over your jury before you call a single witness.

In Hollywood, we are surrounded by some of the most compelling storytellers in the world. Their techniques for captivating an audience and persuading a listener translate perfectly to the courtroom but are applied far less often than expected. A case can be won with a compelling opening statement; it can also be made far more difficult to win with one that is disjoint and emotionless.

In this program, learn from recently retired LA Superior Court Judge Craig Karlan how to present a successful opening statement. Judge Karlan is not only an experienced trial lawyer and trial judge ? having tried countless jury trials as both a lawyer and a judge over the past 32 years ? Judge Karlan is also a writer, one who has optioned several pilots. Like a theater audience, the jury needs to feel what your client has gone through to care about your case.

Hon. Craig D. Karlan (Ret.), ADR Services, Inc.

Law & Motion: A Perspective from the Bench

This program will focus on the art of persuasion, the ?Dos and Don?ts? of law and motion. Tune in to learn everything you ever wanted to know about law and motion but were too afraid to ask.

Having served as an Independent Calendar Judge in the West District for over 14 years, ruling on upwards of 7,500 motions, if not more, with as many as 730 general jurisdiction cases assigned to him at one time, recently retired Judge Karlan has handled a complex and complicated law and motion calendar under a variety of circumstances and time constraints.

In this program Judge Karlan will provide insight from his over twenty years on the bench, including motions to quash, demurrers, motions to strike/anti-SLAPP motions, MSJs, electronic service, discovery and motions in limine. HOWEVER, beyond the technical legal requirements, successful motion practice requires careful crafting, a compelling argument and attention to detail. It also involves thinking of and paying attention to your Judge, both with respect to what you submit and how you argue.

Hon. Craig D. Karlan (Ret.), ADR Services, Inc.

The Ins and Outs of Arbitration Law

Jeffrey E. Raskin
Greines, Martin, Stein and Richland, LLP

Jeffrey Raskin is an appellate attorney and partner at Greines, Martin, Stein and Richland LLP (GMSR), where he handles all manner of civil appeals and writs. He has twice been honored with the prestigious California Lawyer Attorney of the Year (CLAY) Award for precedent-setting Supreme Court wins in vastly different areas of substantive law?arbitration law; estates & trusts; and attorney ethics. He has developed particular expertise handling a wide array of arbitration-related issues at the trial, appellate, and Supreme Court levels.

Social Media Investigations: Ethical Evidence Collection & Use

In this presentation, Joseph Jones will discuss various ethical issues and legal requirements relating to social media and the law, including how to properly preserve and authenticate social media content, the fallacy of social media privacy and what should/shouldn?t be discussed about your cases on social media.

Joseph Jones is a licensed Private Investigator and the President of Bosco Legal Services, Inc. Joseph is a Certified Social Media Intelligence Expert, Certified Expert in Cyber Investigations, and holds multiple certifications in Open Source and Cyber Intelligence. He also has degrees in Psychology and Social & Behavior Sciences. Joseph has received over 2,000 hours of specialized training and regularly teaches courses to judges, attorneys, paralegals, insurance professionals, and contributes to their various publications. Joseph has appeared as an Expert Witness in legal cases on various topics. When he?s not tracking down bad guys or digging up the truth, he enjoys spending time with his beautiful wife and 4 active children.

Advanced Trial Skills: Using Trial Themes

This program is designed to hone the trial skills of both Plaintiff and Defense counsel in employment cases. We will be discussing the importance of developing and implementing a trial theme that will resonate with jurors and we will expose the subtle themes that your opponent is using to defeat your case.

Elisabeth Frater, Partner, Burke, Williams & Sorensen, LLP
Moderated by: Hillary Johns, Hillary Johns, Trial Lawyer

Civil Law Highlights from 2022

Our distinguished panel will highlight the important civil appellate decisions from last year to help you make winning arguments in your cases.

Kent Richland, Founding Partner, Greines, Martin, Stein & Richland LLP
Jeffrey Gurrola, Counsel, Greines, Martin, Stein & Richland LLP
Rachel Beyda, Associate, ?Greines, Martin, Stein & Richland LLP

Drafting Effective Amicus Briefs& Using Them Strategically

Amicus curiae briefs are a common as well as an important part of appellate practice in the U.S. Supreme Court, federal courts of appeals, and state appellate courts. This 1-hour webinar will be packed with practical information for lawyers who either are seeking influential amicus support for clients involved in appeals, or who are called upon to draft persuasive amicus briefs on behalf of trade associations, professional organizations, advocacy groups, or ad hoc coalitions of legal, scientific, or technical experts.

Toxicology Pearls for Attorneys: What You Need to Know About Effects of Alcohol

A broad overview of what attorneys need to know about the effects of alcohol as well as common street and prescription drugs on the body, interpreting drug screens, how alcohol absorption can be delayed or increased, and the connection between drug levels and impairment. There is so much to know about the science behind drug and alcohol-related impairment but this one-hour program will establish useful basic principles.

Learning objectives:

List the expected effects on the body from common street and prescription drugs.
Differentiate between drug/alcohol levels obtained from blood, urine, breath
Identify common false positives when interpreting drug screen results.
Assess the utility of drug levels for commonly encountered street and legal drugs.
Describe the correlation between drug and alcohol levels and level of impairment.

Your client did what? Crisis Management 101 For Lawyers

Website Accessibility: Both Sides of the Story

A discussion from both the plaintiff’s and defense perspective of website accessibility and the law.

Scope of Privacy Privilege in Litigation

This program will focus on the use of the privacy privilege in litigation. When can or should that objection be made? What is the scope of the objection? How is the objection preserved or waived? Can a business assert that objection on behalf of itself or its client(s) when faced with a subpoena? How can one get around that objection if seeking information relevant to the litigation. How does this privilege relate to a claim of proprietary business information?

Investigators in Litigation Matters: Techniques, Research, Surveillance

This program will focus on practical considerations when conducting investigations in litigation, include effective and efficient client and opposing party investigation, field surveillance, obtaining witness statements, and on-line searches. The program will also address investigations outside the US, and ethical considerations when conducting investigations.

Winning The War Against Implicit Bias
(1.00,
Implicit Bias)
Winning The War Against Implicit Bias
(CLE Credit: 1.00,
Credit Type: Implicit Bias)
Negotiation and Gender Intelligence: Tips and Techniques for Everyone
(1.00,
Elimination of Bias)
Negotiation and Gender Intelligence: Tips and Techniques for Everyone
(CLE Credit: 1.00,
Credit Type: Elimination of Bias)
Do I have to? Determining whether WITHDRAW is mandatory
(1.00,
Legal Ethics)
Do I have to? Determining whether WITHDRAW is mandatory
(CLE Credit: 1.00,
Credit Type: Legal Ethics)
Onboarding New Clients and the Fundamentals of Conflicts of Interest
(1.00,
Legal Ethics)
Onboarding New Clients and the Fundamentals of Conflicts of Interest
(CLE Credit: 1.00,
Credit Type: Legal Ethics)
The Dos and Don'ts of Handling Others' Funds
(1.00,
Legal Ethics)
The Dos and Don'ts of Handling Others' Funds
(CLE Credit: 1.00,
Credit Type: Legal Ethics)
The Ethics of Networking
(1.00,
Legal Ethics)
The Ethics of Networking
(CLE Credit: 1.00,
Credit Type: Legal Ethics)
Aging Gracefully: Recognizing Competence Issues In the Practice of Law
(1.00,
Competence Issues)
Aging Gracefully: Recognizing Competence Issues In the Practice of Law
(CLE Credit: 1.00,
Credit Type: Competence Issues)
Best Practices for Effective Depositions, Part One
(1.00,
General)
Best Practices for Effective Depositions, Part One
(CLE Credit: 1.00,
Credit Type: General)
Best Practices for Effective Depositions, Part Two
(1.00,
General)
Best Practices for Effective Depositions, Part Two
(CLE Credit: 1.00,
Credit Type: General)
Battling over Arbitration Clauses: Tips, Traps, and Latest Developments
(1.50,
General)
Battling over Arbitration Clauses: Tips, Traps, and Latest Developments
(CLE Credit: 1.50,
Credit Type: General)
Common Misunderstandings Regarding Notice of Related Cases
(0.75,
General)
Common Misunderstandings Regarding Notice of Related Cases
(CLE Credit: 0.75,
Credit Type: General)
How English Common Law Remains Relevant to Your Case
(1.25,
General)
How English Common Law Remains Relevant to Your Case
(CLE Credit: 1.25,
Credit Type: General)
How to Win Your Case with Your Opening Statement
(1.00,
General)
How to Win Your Case with Your Opening Statement
(CLE Credit: 1.00,
Credit Type: General)
Law & Motion: A Perspective from the Bench
(1.00,
General)
Law & Motion: A Perspective from the Bench
(CLE Credit: 1.00,
Credit Type: General)
The Ins and Outs of Arbitration Law
(1.00,
General)
The Ins and Outs of Arbitration Law
(CLE Credit: 1.00,
Credit Type: General)
Social Media Investigations: Ethical Evidence Collection & Use
(1.00,
Legal Ethics)
Social Media Investigations: Ethical Evidence Collection & Use
(CLE Credit: 1.00,
Credit Type: Legal Ethics)
Advanced Trial Skills: Using Trial Themes
(1.00,
General)
Advanced Trial Skills: Using Trial Themes
(CLE Credit: 1.00,
Credit Type: General)
Civil Law Highlights from 2022
(1.00,
General)
Civil Law Highlights from 2022
(CLE Credit: 1.00,
Credit Type: General)
Drafting Effective Amicus Briefs& Using Them Strategically
(1.00,
General)
Drafting Effective Amicus Briefs& Using Them Strategically
(CLE Credit: 1.00,
Credit Type: General)
Toxicology Pearls for Attorneys: What You Need to Know About Effects of Alcohol
(1.00,
General)
Toxicology Pearls for Attorneys: What You Need to Know About Effects of Alcohol
(CLE Credit: 1.00,
Credit Type: General)
Your client did what? Crisis Management 101 For Lawyers
(1.00,
General)
Your client did what? Crisis Management 101 For Lawyers
(CLE Credit: 1.00,
Credit Type: General)
Website Accessibility: Both Sides of the Story
(1.50,
General)
Website Accessibility: Both Sides of the Story
(CLE Credit: 1.50,
Credit Type: General)
Scope of Privacy Privilege in Litigation
(1.00,
General)
Scope of Privacy Privilege in Litigation
(CLE Credit: 1.00,
Credit Type: General)
Investigators in Litigation Matters: Techniques, Research, Surveillance
(1.00,
General)
Investigators in Litigation Matters: Techniques, Research, Surveillance
(CLE Credit: 1.00,
Credit Type: General)
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