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"Counselor, You're Muted”: Maintaining Professionalism and Ethics in a Post-COVID Practice
While day-to-day practice for lawyers may have changed in the post-COVID landscape, our ethical and professional obligations to clients, opposing counsel, and the state bar have generally remained the same. Understanding how those past obligations are...
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3 Hours of Dual CLE! Ethics Homeshow 2020
Join us for Ethics Road Homeshow 2020 and experience TBA CLE's popular Ethics tradition with Brian Faughnan of Lewis Thomason. Earn your 3 Hours of Dual (Ethics) CLE Credit before December 31. ...
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A 2021 Guide to Persuasive Legal Writing
An update to our most popular legal writing course, Become a Persuasive Legal Writer by Mastering this Secret Lawyer Skill, join the "CLE Performer" Stuart Teicher, Esq., as he teaches us how to make our legal writings clear, concise and direct. ...
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Administrative Law 2020: A Fine Line: The Distinction Between Compliance and the Practice of Law
This session will explore the discipline of compliance with respect to the practice of law. Since compliance is an inherent part of the practice of law, a compliance officer’s role can often become blurred with role of internal legal counsel,...
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Administrative Law 2020: Lawyers and Social Media...What Could Possibly Go Wrong?
The explosion of the use of social media by lawyers has resulted in sometimes unintended ethical violations. Many states are now issuing ethics opinions regarding the ethical use of social media in lawyering. This presentation will cover mistakes made by...
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Advanced Issues in Arbitration Law (CME)
Arbitration of commercial and employment disputes continues to increase, and while arbitration is intended to be a less formal and more efficient process than litigation, it is fraught with challenges for the unwary advocate. This program provides a...
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An Election Year of Firsts and What Lawyers Can Learn from the Past
What can lawyers learn from electoral college process as well as presidential victories and concession speeches? Join Author, Dean and Professor of Political Science, Dr. John Vile, as he guides you through the history, presidential transitions and the...
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Bankruptcy Case Law Update
Although the section's annual forum was unable to take place this year, the staple case law update session went virtual! This live webcast will discuss certain recent bankruptcy case developments in the Sixth Circuit and around the country...
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Bench Bar 2021: Neurodiversity in the Courtroom
The legal system has a well-earned and longstanding reputation as a slow adopter of change. As Neurodiverse people (i.e. Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, Dyslexia, PTSD) continue to participate in the courtroom setting, it is incumbent upon the judges and...
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Bench Bar 2021: Sentencing and Implicit Bias
The media recently highlighted instances of bias in the criminal justice system. Lawyers and jurists are now focusing their inquiry on the effect of individual bias on the sentencing process. This panel discussion documents some of the specific instances...
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