A passionate advocate for her clients, Ashley Arcidiacono provides key points when analyzing defensive asylum cases and shares strategies and trial tips so you can get the best results for clients trying to prevent removal from the United States.
With the cost of litigation and the current backlog in the courts, mediation has become the main path for redress for many aggrieved parties. In this CLE course mediator Monty McIntyre will teach you the fine points of mediation so you can get the best result for your clients.
North Carolina attorneys are required to complete 12 hours of approved NC CLE by December 31. Of the 12 required hours, at least 2 hours must be accredited for legal ethics.
As student load debt has skyrocketed over the last decade — now approaching $1.5 trillion total — many former students have found themselves in default being unable to pay their massive undergraduate and graduate school debt back. To learn more about what you can do to help your clients with defaulted student loans, join Natalie Jean-Baptiste as she discusses potential options for your clients.
With the expansion of social media and digital advertising – and increasingly more brands turning to novel means to promote their products – the right of publicity has taken on even greater importance. In this CLE course, Rick Kurnit shares his knowledge and experience as he mainly discusses brands, content & advertising in our digital world, how the right of publicity clashes with the First Amendment, advertising vs.editorial content, commercial use and the transformative standard.
Cyberbullying is one of the most vexing problems facing teachers, school employees and school districts. Unfortunately for teachers and school officials who want to punish this conduct, cyberbullying often encroaches into the territory of free speech.
Call it the Amazon effect, but states are now coming after businesses that sell goods and services on the Internet to multiple states.
This CLE course is designed for attorneys new to family law practice or experienced attorneys from other practices that need to understand the family court system and how a case proceeds.
Attorneys admitted to the New York Bar before January 1, 1982 – or in an even-numbered year – you must register and report compliance this year since 2018 is an even year. If you were admitted to the Bar in an odd numbered year after 1982, then you will register in odd-numbered years.
In this CLE program, highly-rated instructor Lars Daniel will use case examples from his digital forensics practice to highlight the proper way to forensically acquire cell phone evidence. Lars will mainly discuss the collection, acquisition, analysis and examination of electronic evidence on smartphones and challenging the evidence.