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The Art of Body Language: Learn About Non-Verbal Communication: Learn about the intricacies of micro-expression and the study of the face and head as it relates to communication during depositions and at trial. Special consideration will be given to observations made from video recordings.

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Today’s Professional Ethics and Legal Malpractice Risks for Tennessee Lawyers: With 3 hours of ethics credit this program will address:

The Changing Risk of Legal Malpractice in Tennessee - Learn how your firm’s financial health is at risk as never before.

You Only Get One Opportunity to Make a First Impression – And A Last One, Too –Find out what you have to change NOW in your firm to understand this new risk and how to guard against it.

Five Practice Management Myths that Lead to Malpractice – Learn the most common myths Tennessee lawyers use to comfort themselves as they whistle past the legal malpractice graveyard, developed through hands-on experience inside the law firms which have learned the fallacy of these outdated shibboleths the hard way.

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Faculty Spotlight: Chris Vlahos

Chris L. Vlahos focuses his practice on entertainment, copyright and commercial litigation as well as other intellectual property matters. Mr. Vlahos has represented recording artists, songwriters, record companies, music publishers, book publishers, telecommunications companies and other corporate and individual clients in various litigation matters, including the joint defense of hundreds of rap-sampling copyright infringement lawsuits brought simultaneously against major record and music publishing companies.