Our new “Gig Economy” has muddied the waters when it comes to classifying workers…. Independent Contractors… or Employees? Melody A. Kramer has been tracking these developments from California to New York – and even the federal government’s Pro Act. In this CLE, she will provide both legal & practical guidance for businesses as laws change and increasingly more workers are now considered employees.
In his trial and appellate practice, David F. Johnson has litigated numerous disputes involving trustee compensation. From violating the self-interest rule to compensation issues with multiple trustees, there are endless pitfalls when it comes to determining the appropriate amount of compensation and upholding your duty of loyalty.
As part of the Katrina class, Evan Walker attended law school in New Orleans and began his legal career defending insurance companies against Hurricane Katrina claims. In this CLE, Evan applies his knowledge of insurance law & companies to analyze whether business interruption insurance might provide relief for businesses disrupted by the 2020 global pandemic.
In this eye-opening CLE course, Lars Daniel will introduce you to the Internet of Things (IoT), explain how data is collected from IoT devices and where the data is stored, from local devices to the cloud.
In this eloquent & entertaining CLE program, Peter Afrasiabi details how the automotive industry has used trade dress law to protect their automobile designs and unique parts.
In this CLE, Randall Christison will teach you how to fine tune your legal writing by illustrating common legal writing mistakes, providing examples & exercises and concluding with tips for persuading judges.
While trust administration has changed over the last few decades – the significant responsibilities, duties, and liabilities of the trustee have not. In this CLE course Dave Folz with provide you with practical suggestions for dealing with the changing landscape of trust administration.
Philip King highlights common ethical pitfalls for small law attorneys and provides numerous helpful points to spot and avoid these routine practice traps.
Illinois attorneys must complete 30 hours every 2 years – including 4 required hours of Professional Responsibility, 1 hour of Diversity & Inclusion and 1 hour of Mental Health and Substance Abuse.
“John A” will teach attorneys about the best ways they can serve their clients in the role of Independent Trustees. Drawing on his wealth of insights amassed from industry insiders, experts, prognosticators and visionaries, John will address the advantages and disadvantages when professionals recommend Independent Trustees to their clients.