As part of our Year End CLE Blast, TBA has curated a 1-Click package of our popular Navigating the Pandemic CLE.
Earn up to 7.75 Hours of CLE before December 31; 4.75 Dual, 3 General Hours.
Don't forget, as of March 2020, all of your CLE can be taken through approved distance learning (online) courses.
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As a part of TBA CLE's on-demand webcast series, Navigating the Pandemic, this presentation will provide an overview of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) as it impacts employers. Presenters will discuss the new paid leave requirements under the Emergency Paid Sick Leave Act and the Emergency Family and Medical Leave Expansion Act. Additionally, there will be a discussion about the Department of Labor’s recently released Temporary Rule on the FFCRA.
As a part of TBA CLE's on-demand webcast series, Navigating the Pandemic, join Rebecca Blair as she explores the question, is it worth my client's time and money to participate in a remote mediation? She will discuss current hot topics such as:
CME Credit: This course has been approved for 1 hour of Mediation Ethics CME credit. You will receive your certificate for filing after viewing the course.
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This webcast is part of the TBA CLE's on-demand webcast series, Navigating the Pandemic.
As a result of current events related to COVID-19 and the recent natural disasters in our state, Legal Aid organizations are constantly working to implement new ways for private bar attorneys to volunteer for Pro Bono work.
Join a panel of legal aid experts including Kathryn Ellis of LAET, Andrae Crismon of LAS, Danielle Wood of MALS, and Ginny Broom of WTLS as they examine why it is important to do pro bono work during a pandemic and what legal issues are most common. They will also discuss the variety of ways attorneys can now volunteer and the implications of phone clinics and video clinics.
As part of TBA CLE's webcast series, Navigating the Pandemic, whether you are starting from scratch or think that working from home is the same as checking your email and responding to texts; this presentation will give you the building blocks you need to make an effective work from home strategy. This presentation is designed to get you the basics quickly. Learn about tools that can help you run an empty office remotely, work with your team and keep the virtual doors open for clients. Topics include:
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This webcast, based on the March 2020 Tennessee Bar Journal cover story, will go into the latest information on what Tennessee lawyers need to know about the recent Pandemic; COVID-19. Topics include Relevant Tennessee Statutory Provisions, Applicable Regulations and Rights Under Quarantine or Isolation. Content is changing daily.
This webcast is offered at no cost to TBA members and nonmembers.
Check out TBA's Pandemic Resource Center for more resources for lawyers.
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This course is an overview and history of the Small Business Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”) under the CARES Act, including discussion on purpose, eligibility, the application process (which is closed now), requirements attached to loans, published guidance and interpretation, and forgiveness.
Join Attorney Brandon Bass as he navigates the latest information related to Zoom and Remote Depositions.
As part of TBA CLE's on-demand webcast series, Navigating the Pandemic, this webcast addresses timely cybersecurity issues. In recent days there have been a massive amount of Ransomware attacks on law firms.
What are you doing to protect your data?
Now that lawyers must work remotely, how do you do this safely and securely?
IT is no longer IF but WHEN. See what you should be doing to protect your firm and your clients data!
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