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92 minutes
Artificial Intelligence and Facial Recognition Technology: Part 1
Attorneys and judges confront new technologies on a regular basis. Prominent among these are Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Facial Recognition Technology (FRT). These technologies present questions of, among other things, possible biases and transparency that attorney and judges are likely to address during litigation.

American Bar Association

$115

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63 minutes
Exploitation of Senior and Vulnerable Investors in the COVID-19 Era and Regulatory Responses
Join our distinguished panelists as they discuss the new dangers for seniors and vulnerable investors in the COVID-19 era and the nationwide response of regulators.

American Bar Association

$75

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64 minutes
Qualified Immunity: A Litigator's Dream or Worst Nightmare
What should litigators know about this concept of qualified immunity in light of current events? How do current events impact your ability to defend or defeat the doctrine of qualified immunity?

American Bar Association

$75

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90 minutes
Unfair Labor Practice Hearings Before the National Labor Relations Board: The Basics
The program will teach attendees how to represent clients in hearings before the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB). Judge Sharon L. Steckler, administrative law judges from the National Labor Relations Board in DC, lead panelists through an overview of the process while also covering pre-hearing preparation, settlement discussions, the hearing itself, and post hearing briefing.

American Bar Association

$115

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91 minutes
Healthcare Liens in Personal Injury Litigation
In this CLE our subject matter experts will cover healthcare reimbursement obligations affecting both single event and mass tort personal injury litigations.

American Bar Association

$115

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62 minutes
The Fight Against Counterfeiters from In-House, Outside Counsel and Criminal Perspectives
A panel discussion of current anti-counterfeiting issues and remedies from three different perspectives: Inhouse counsel for one of the largest online marketplaces in the world, a representative of the FBI's anticounterfeiting task force; and outside civil litigation counsel with a focus on anti-counterfeiting and intellectual property theft.

American Bar Association

$75

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61 minutes
Corporate Investigations: Creating Order from Chaos
Learn how to navigate through a corporate investigation.

American Bar Association

$75

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92 minutes
eDiscovery 101: How to Discover and Use ESI in Civil Cases
Do you need an introduction to the management of electronically stored information (ESI) by judges in civil litigation, large or small. Join us and learn all about the discovery of ESI as well as the admissibility of ESI in trial. Our distinguished panel will also help you understand strategies for the control of cost and delay associated with ESI in "small" actions.

American Bar Association

$115

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75 minutes
The Consumer Provisions of the CARES ACT and Local Court Responses to the Pandemic
This seminar will discuss Section 1113 of the CARES Act, which, in part, excludes from the definition of “current monthly income” COVID-19 payments made by the federal government related to the COVID-19 federal emergency, and allows debtors who have been affected by the pandemic to modify their chapter 13 plans to allow payments for up to seven years after the first payment was due if their plans were confirmed prior to the enactment of the law.">This seminar will discuss Section 1113 of the CARES Act, which, in part, excludes from the definition of “current monthly income” COVID-19 payments made by the federal government related to the COVID-19 federal emergency, and allows debtors who have been affected by the pandemic to modify their chapter 13 plans to allow payments for up to seven years after the first payment was due if their plans were confirmed prior to the enactment of the law.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$95

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