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Nevada (NV) Arbitration CLE Course Catalog

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92 minutes
Arbitration: A Comparison of Ad Hoc and Institutional
Join a panel of experts who have decades of domestic as well as international arbitration experience and have served as party counsel, arbitrator and subject-matter experts in dozens of matters.

American Bar Association

$115

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66 minutes
Psychobabble in the Courtroom: How to Spot It and How to Stop It
In this program, Dr. Brian Russell, clinical psychologist and practicing attorney, will discuss how "psychobabble" can affect a case and offers some tips on how to spot it and what to do to stop it.">In this program, Dr. Brian Russell, clinical psychologist and practicing attorney, will discuss how "psychobabble" can affect a case and offers some tips on how to spot it and what to do to stop it.

Dr. Brian Russell

$75

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59 minutes
Confirming Chapter 11 Case: How to Get to the Finish Line
How can your client satisfy Sec. 1129 of the Bankruptcy Code when most creditors seem only inclined to “just say no”? This panel of leading experts explores the best strategies to obtain confirmation of a plan and discusses the arguments that are favored by objecting creditors but create the most heartburn for debtors.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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68 minutes
Sealing the Deal: Negotiating, Documenting and Consummating Settlements in Bankruptcy
This interactive nuts-and-bolts panel discusses three phases of settlements in the context of a bankruptcy case: (1) negotiating a settlement, including evaluating the benefits of settlement versus litigation risk and expense, negotiating tactics and strategies, and the role of the mediator; (2) drafting term sheets and settlement agreements, an overview of the law on the enforceability of term sheets and settlement agreements (both pre- and post-court approval), and the components of the settlement agreement; and (3) consummating the settlement, with an emphasis on Federal Rule of Bankruptcy Procedure 9019 standards, the necessary components of a motion to approve compromise, presentation to the bankruptcy court, the bankruptcy court’s role in evaluating the settlement and the court’s order approving the settlement, the nonbankruptcy aspects of a settlement, and post-settlement actions.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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55 minutes
Witnesses for Whom English is... a Second, Third or Missing Language
This course will help you address whether or not you need a translator, how beneficial a cultural tour guide can be to your relationship with your clients and witnesses, and specific insights and tips on how best to utilize a translator in the courtroom and how to successfully prepare your witness.

Act of Communication (ACT)

$65

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