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Brian T. Guthrie, Esq. |  Anna Marie Thatcher |  T. Mychael Rambo |  Marie A. Failinger, Esq. |  Donald M. Lewis, Esq. |  John M. Stuart, Esq.
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2:38
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May 17, 2019 marked the 65th Anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, which legally ended racial segregation in the schools of the United States. The lead attorney for the plaintiffs in the cases that, together, are now known as “Brown,” was Thurgood Marshall, a passionate and embattled civil rights lawyer.   Thurgood Marshall is o

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Faculty:
Steven L. Taylor
Duration:
1 Hour 38 Minutes
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Beware the issue of venue.  Proving that the crime or an element thereof occurred in your jurisdiction is not an “element”, but it still must be established beyond a reasonable doubt and can result in a Crim.R. 29 “acquittal” if venue is not sufficiently shown.  This presentation will discuss a “top seven” list of things to know about venue, including ...

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Faculty:
Mark Rosch |  Carole Levitt
Duration:
1:03
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Learn how to conduct free Internet legal and investigative research. This webinar unlocks the mysteries of Google Scholar, the least documented legal research database you’ll ever see…until now.

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Faculty:
Lenné Espenschied, Esq.
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1:02
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Today's news is filled with lurid headlines of computer hacking, sometimes by rogue individuals, sometimes by groups, and sometimes even by governments, including our own.  Unfortunately, lawyers are prime targets for hackers due to the nature of privileged client information we receive.    In this webinar, you'll learn about five recent hacking attacks against lawyers; wh

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Faculty:
Philip Bogdanoff, Esq.
Duration:
1 Hour 5 Minutes
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Whether it is a stop and frisk, walk and talk or 911 emergency call for assistance, police officers conduct warrantless seizures and searches every day and it is our job to insure that the evidence they seize does not get suppressed. It has been my experience as a prosecutor that sometimes it can be difficult to justify a police officer’s actions.

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Faculty:
Daniel J. Siegel, Esq.
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1 Hour 2 Minutes
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The COVID-19 pandemic has transformed the practice of law from the physical office to the remote office, with attorneys working in basements, at their kitchen tables and other non-traditional remote locations. The sudden need to work remotely raises technological and ethical concerns for attorneys and their staff. To assist attorneys deal with their newly imposed reliance on remote technology ...

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Jeffrey R. Schoenberger, Esq. |  Barron Henley, Esq.
Duration:
1 Hour 2 Minutes
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Want to get something for nothing? Has that ever turned out well? Maybe yes...maybe no. But it can with cloud technology. Plenty of legal organizations subscribe to Microsoft 365 and do so primarily for Word, Excel, and Outlook. But there's another great benefit to Microsoft 365 - whether you are a solo attorney or a multi-member firm: OneDrive. Every Microsoft 365 subscription includes...

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Faculty:
Sharon D. Nelson, Esq. |  John W. Simek
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1:00
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As lawyers moved to working remotely, they flocked in droves to Zoom for video conferencing. As they quickly learned, it was easy to use – and their clients loved it too. Zoom is rich in features, but beware – in order to use Zoom ethically and competently – you need to become educated about using Zoom securely. That requires training. Many of the stories you’ve heard ...

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