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On Demand

Faculty:
Daniel J. Siegel, Esq.
Duration:
1:03
Format:
Audio and Video
Short Description:
The adage that all publicity is good is not always true. The press is filled with stories about how lawyers end up in hot water by filing improperly-redacted documents, disclosing confidential information to family and friends, and allowing technological ignorance to prejudice clients.

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On Demand

Faculty:
Debbie Foster
Duration:
1:00
Format:
Audio and Video
Short Description:
Attendees will learn about the ethical pitfalls of the mobile, cloud and everyday law office computing. In this program, attendees will learn about cloud options and address how to safely store documents, data and programs in the cloud and on mobile devices. Learn what programs and features you should & must use in cloud storage options like Dropbox, Box & OneDrive.

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Books

Author:
Daniel J. Siegel, Esq. |  Alison C. Shields, Esq.
Publication Date:
Nov 20, 2018
Short Description:
Many lawyers work long hours and still do not have enough time to complete all their work--let alone tackle the business aspects of their job, such as marketing, business development, or strategic planning. It’s a common problem and learning how to juggle the work and manage the extras can be overwhelming for the new or seasoned lawyer. How to Do More in Less Time is a valuable res

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On Demand

Faculty:
Lenné Espenschied, Esq.
Duration:
1 Hour 12 Minutes
Format:
Audio and Video
Short Description:
Indemnification is the key mechanism for shifting risk under a contract. In this program, we will describe six different types of indemnification and show you how to break the basic indemnification provision into seven negotiable components. We'll discuss first-party indemnification provisions, and how to negotiate like a pro even in low leverage situations.

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On Demand

Faculty:
Roger J. Dodd, Esq.
Duration:
1:30
Format:
Audio and Video
Short Description:
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...

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Text-Based CLE

Faculty:
Roy Ginsburg
Duration:
1:00
Short Description:
Everyone knows that, much like diet and exercise, networking is good for you and that, similarly, there are lots of excuses for avoiding it.  When coaching lawyers or conducting CLEs on business development, the author hears a lot of resistance to incorporating networking as a means of building a book of business. Here are the most common excuses: I don't have the time.

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On Demand

Faculty:
Carol Schiro Greenwald, PhD
Duration:
1 Hour 1 Minutes
Format:
Audio and Video
Short Description:
Videoconferencing is supposed to be the pandemic equivalent to in-person meetings, from meeting with a client to appearing before a judge. It is equivalent, in the sense that you can still  meet or network “in-person,” but the person is encapsulated in a tiny square. It isn’t equivalent when you realize that most participants are sitting at home in the corner of their ...

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On Demand

Faculty:
Philip Bogdanoff, Esq.
Duration:
1:01
Format:
Audio and Video
Short Description:
The purpose of interrogation is to elicit incriminating statements, admissions, and perhaps a full confession in order to prove the defendant’s guilt. A defendant’s own words that he committed the crime is very persuasive to a jury in proving a defendant’s guilt. In this presentation we will discuss what prosecutors must do to get a defendant’s confession admitted into ...

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Faculty:
Graham Thatcher |  Anna Marie Thatcher |  Brian T. Guthrie, Esq. |  Charles Abourezk, Esq. |  Alicia Garcia, Esq. |  John M. Stuart, Esq. |  Barry R. Vickrey, Esq.
Duration:
3:03
Format:
Audio and Video
Short Description:
When Justice William O. Douglas retired from the United States Supreme Court in 1975, he had served for thirty-six years, longer than any other justice its history, and had helped to decide some of the most important cases in the nation’s history. He was an inveterate traveler, prolific writer, and popular speaker, who used his position to espouse his ideas on environmentalism and the Bill

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