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A one-year subscription to The Masters of Cross Examination CLE Series is available for $499 and includes the following 9 CLE programs listed below (nearly 11 hours of education!). That is a savings of nearly 50% off the list price of the individual CLEs
A one-year unlimited subscription to programs in the General Catalog of the LexisNexis CLE On-Demand library. This cost-effective annual subscription provides access to hundreds of hours of programming, with new classes added each month covering a broad range of practice areas and emerging topics. Premium content excluded
Compliance programs also play a crucial role in the business operations of today’s corporations and can directly influence important business decisions. In an era of increased regulation and enforcement efforts, corporations must proactively ensure that they are compliant and that their employees act in an ethical manner.
From the criminalization of money laundering in 1980s to the PATRIOT Act, the panel presents a timeline of legislation aimed at curtailing the practice of laundering money.
This course discusses cutting-edge ethical issues facing in-house counsel drawn from the headlines, including: the handling of the Jerry Sandusky sexual assault case by Pennsylvania State University; the hiring by Duke Energy of an administrative law judge involved with Duke Energy cases; the approach taken by legal counsel for Rutgers University in the investigation into former men’s basketball coach Mike Rice; and lastly the ethical questions and controversy surrounding LinkedIn endorsements.
Alternative Dispute Resolution is a steadily growing response to these issues that reduces costs and delays and allows parties in a dispute to have some control over their case. In this course, Mark Meyers (founder of the ADR firm Resolutions), Bobby Harges (law professor at Loyola University), Paul Breaux (chair of Louisiana State Bar’s alternative dispute resolution section), Trey Bergman (president of Bergman ADR Group in Houston, Texas), and Judge John Coselli (mediator, arbitrator, and dist
Many elements go into creating an effective appellate brief—everything matters, from presenting a well-edited document to following court rules for proper structure of the brief’s elements. In this course, Jane Wise (law professor at Brigham Young University) and Andrew Schulman (partner at Getman, Schulthess, and Steere in Bedford, New Hampshire) give tips for clear organization, persuasive writing style, and good legal analysis.
Providing insights into all aspects of the litigation process, from pre-litigation strategy, to effective witness preparation, and the trial, Blake Heath and Clayton Crawford highlight winning litigation strategies for a variety of insurance cases. They discuss discovery, identify critical documents to every insurance case, cross-examination and alternative dispute resolution procedures.
Taught by nationally recognized arbitration experts Robert Davidson and the Hon. Juan Ramirez (ret.), this class gives an overview of the commercial arbitration process highlighting both the advantages of arbitration as well as pitfalls to avoid.
Join LexisNexis CLE and the International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution (CPR) for an exclusive look at the newly unveiled CPR Administered Arbitration Rules, effective July 1, 2013. This “hot topic” panel presentation includes an insider look at the new Administered Arbitration Rules created by the CPR Arbitration Subcommittee.