Winning the lottery means nothing if you lose the winning ticket before you get to the lottery agent. Similarly, obtaining a guilty verdict after a long and exhausting trial is worthless if your appellate brief cannot persuade an appellate court to affirm the jury’s verdict. You do not want to try a case a second time after having a case reversed on appeal.
In a series of four 90-minute webinars, Roger Dodd presents a completely integrated cross-examination system taught via learnable concrete principles. In each webinar Roger illustrates key principles and techniques of cross-examination to implement at trial and at depositions (in-person or online). His examples are based on dozens of real-life examples. Even if you don’t take the whole series...
This webinar is designed to give you an overview of music copyright law concepts, but drills down when necessary to discuss specifics of topics like the sources of revenue songs can generate, among other pertinent areas.
This webinar covers the basics of music copyright law, including how to properly establish and register a copyright for music. You'll also explore the exclusive rights that come with a copyright and what those basic rights mean under federal law. The webinar will also discu
In this program, attorney/songwriter Jim Jesse explores "the meat" of music copyright law, as he walks you through ALL of the revenue sources songs can generate for your music clients.
Jesse takes a wholistic approach to the discussion of the six exclusive rights that come along with any song copyright: reproduction, distribution, public performance of the c
A prosecutor has the responsibility of a minister of justice and not simply that of an advocate. Seeking justice is about seeking the right result in each case. In some instances, this means declining to prosecute a case
where the evidence does not support that a defendant committed the crime and in other cases this means that a prosecutor faced with newly discovered evidence that an innocent
Effective March 22, 2019, Am.Sub.S.B. No. 201, otherwise known as the Reagan Tokes Act (RTA), enacted major changes in relation to first-degree and second-degree felonies by providing for indefinite sentencing in regard to such offenses occurring on or after the effective date. Now, two years later, prosecutors throughout the state are addressing cases having RTA sentencing implications...
At many trials, jurors are presented with a massive amount of information. Legal definitions, scientific jargon, factual disputes, faulty memories… sometimes all in the same case! As prosecutors, we need to help the jury process information in the moment, and help them recall that information later in the jury room. This CLE considers classic stories of epic length, and ...
The seminar is partially based on the presenters' fifty-five page Social Media chapter from their book, "The Cybersleuth's Guide to the Internet." You will discover how other attorneys are using social media sites for discovery, trial preparation, direct examination, cross-examination, background checks, and locating missing persons and learn how to authenticate profiles and ...
Dogfighting investigations present unique challenges for law enforcement and prosecutors. During this 1.5 hour course, we will review the relationship between dogfighting and other violent criminal activity, relevant Ohio and federal laws, a review of key evidence and investigative techniques and prosecution preparation.
Own your technology – Don’t let it own you!
Learn how to manage your daily tasks and how technology can help you to improve client communication and achieve your professional goals. Enhance your time management and technology skills to regain control of your law practice… and your life. Learn the pathway to a productive, more paperless law practice.