Federal Bar Council On-Demand CLE Webinars

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Amendment to Rule 23: Impact on Securities, Antitrust, Consumer & Data Breach Class Action Practice

(1.0 Non-Transitional CLE credits in Areas of Professional Practice)
DESCRIPTION: Impact on Securities, Antitrust, Consumer & Data Breach Class Action Practice.

Corporate Indemnification and Directors and Officers Insurance Coverage in White Collar Cases

(1.0 Non-Transitional CLE Credits in Areas of Professional Practice)
DESCRIPTION: Do you want to know whether your white collar clients are entitled to mandatory indemnification and advancement of legal fees? Or if companies provide such coverage on a discretionary basis? Do you have questions about insurance coverage for legal fees and damages to white collar cases or whether your client might have to return advance funds? This this the webinar for you!

Social Security

(1.5 Non-Transitional credits in Areas of Professional Practice) 
DESCRIPTION: This program will prepare lawyers to handle Social Security cases efficiently and accurately. It will introduce the procedural framework for appealing Social Security decisions; discuss the substantive law governing disability determinations and offer strategies for tackling the voluminous and often daunting administrative record. (Originally presented as part of the Law Clerk Videoconference Series)

Habeas Corpus Petitions

(3.0 Non-Transitional CLE credits in Areas of Professional Practice)
DESCRIPTION: This program is intended to provide lawyers with an overview of the procedural framework under which habeas petitions should be analyzed. The topics will include issues relating to statutes of limitation, exhaustion of remedies and procedural default, appropriate standards of review, and new developments. (Originally presented as part of the Law Clerk Videoconference Series)

Issues in 42 U.S.C. §1983 Litigation Part 1

(1.5 Non-Transitional CLE credits in Areas of Professional Practice)
DESCRIPTION: This program is intended to give lawyers an overview of selected issues that arise in the context of §1983 claims, including false arrest, municipal liability, qualified immunity, issues under the Prison Litigation Reform Act, and first Amendment retaliation claims. This program will be presented in two parts - the first covering police/prisoner issues, the second covering First and Fourteenth Amendment non-police/prisoner issues. (Originally presented as part of the Law Clerk Videoconference Series)

Issues in 42 U.S.C.  §1983 Litigation Part 2

(1.5 Non-Transitional CLE credits in Areas of Professional Practice)
DESCRIPTION: This program is intended to give lawyers an overview of selected issues that arise in the context of §1983 claims, including false arrest, municipal liability, qualified immunity, issues under the Prison Litigation Reform Act, and first Amendment retaliation claims. This program will be presented in two parts - the first covering police/prisoner issues, the second covering First and Fourteenth Amendment non-police/prisoner issues. (Originally presented as part of the Law Clerk Videoconference Series)