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91 minutes
Deepfake Audios and Videos: What Lawyers Need to Know
Deepfakes can impact our relationship to information and the tools we use to work with it. How will this new horizon impact the trustworthiness of evidence and will the legal profession have the tools needed to test what they see or hear? What are the implications for the Rule of Law and our elections?

American Bar Association

$115

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135 minutes
Saltzman Seminars: U. S. Supreme Court 2019 - 2020 Term Cases Involving Criminal Law Issues
Join Professor Saltzman for a in-depth review of the Supreme Court decisions on constitutional cases involving Criminal Law issues during the 2019-2020 term. He will also discuss cases involving Federal Law Statutes and the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure.

Saltzman Seminars

$165

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57 minutes
The Privacy Update: What's Next On The Horizon?
Privacy has remained top of the agenda for 2020 from the escalating concerns surrounding the sudden shift to remote and digital working; the impending CCPA enforcement date; to the increasing rise of data breaches and cyber-attacks. It is easy to understand why these developments raise further ethical questions, concerns and unease among legal departments. Legal departments must ensure the correct infrastructure is in place to tackle these challenges or face the huge risks associated with any one of these concerns.

General Counsel Conference

$65

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Access to Court Records: A Review of Recent Case Law
This program will provide a review of recent cases about accessing court records and provide guidance to communications lawyers looking to obtain these documents for their work. This webinar is free to members of the Forum on Communications Law and students.

American Bar Association

$115

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61 minutes
U.S. Surveillance Law for Privacy Lawyers: A Discussion for Those Addressing Data Transfers from the EU to the US
Explore the rapidly developing interaction between US surveillance laws and the privacy rights of E.U. data subjects and how it affects businesses transferring personal information across borders.

American Bar Association

$75

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141 minutes
United States Supreme Court Term Ending June 2019 Decisions Involving Criminal Law Issues and the U.S. Constitution
In this program, Professor Saltzman summarizes and explains every criminal law related decision by the U.S. Supreme Court during the October 2018 - June 2019 term. This includes cases on the 1st, 4th, 5th, 6th, 8th, and 14th Amendments. He will also discuss Gundy v US which covers Article I Section 1 regarding the legislative power vested in Congress. 

Saltzman Seminars

$165

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92 minutes
Texas v U.S. - One Year Later: The Status and Future of the Affordable Care Act
Warm up your crystal balls as the panelists discuss outcomes, both known and speculative about the fate of The Affordable Care Act aka "ObamaCare".

American Bar Association

$115

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93 minutes
Food Trucks: The Legal (and Constitutional!) Issues of Food on Wheels
The food truck industry is booming but the road to success can be filled with potholes if you don’t mind your legal Ps and Qs! From start-up considerations to how to address ongoing issues such as licensing, permitting, and zoning, this program will explore the many issues to address for your clients in the food truck business. Get your engines running and your griddles on – we’re going to serve up an excellent repast!

American Bar Association

$115

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Knick Overrules Williamson County: What Does It Mean for Eminent Domain?
In June 2019, the Supreme Court overruled its Williamson County precedent, which required that property owners, as a practical matter, must bring their Fifth Amendment takings claims against state or local governments in state courts. The Court’s new decision, in Knick v. Township of Scott , allows them to bring their inverse condemnation claims directly in federal court. Panelists who pled both sides of this case will discuss their insights into this important decision and its ramifications.

American Bar Association

$115

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