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New Jersey (NJ) Federal Law CLE Course Catalog

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Navigating Compliance: Federal & State Privacy Law Update
Regulations are changing every few months, and even if you’re not a privacy expert, GCs need to stay current with the changes to be compliant. California, Colorado and many other states are in the process of implementing robust new privacy laws, and with more states to follow their lead in the near future. Attend this session to stay informed of what’s to come and be prepared to move forward as it relates to federal and state privacy laws.

General Counsel Conference

$65

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Energy Storage: Current Economic and Regulatory Challenges and Opportunities
Learn about current commercial trends for energy storage projects and legal, policy and regulatory developments that are creating opportunities for energy storage resource owners and developers.

American Bar Association

$115

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Climate Change: Managing Associated Legal and Regulatory Risks in the Insurance Industry
Insurers and financial regulators are coping with the legal impact of climate change and the increasing risk it presents for companies' financials. The ever-increasing regularity and gravity of extreme weather-related events have resulted in greater regulatory focus on climate-related risks for the insurance industry. Learn more about the complex legal challenges that the insurance industry faces from the evolving public policy environment and enhanced regulatory focus on climate change. Challenges include the potential for expanded liability for environmental risks through legislation and court decisions, an increased threat of third-party litigation and growing regulatory risk.

American Bar Association

$75

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Federal Vaccine Mandates: What Both Private and Public Sector Employers Need to Know
Many employers, both private and public, are either subject to COVID-19 vaccination requirements or choosing to implement them. These requirements must allow exceptions as required under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (for sincerely held religious beliefs, practices, or observances) or the Americans with Disabilities Act/the Rehabilitation Act (for disability).

American Bar Association

$75

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61 minutes
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Regulators Always Ring Twice: Responding to a Government Request
Government investigations can be unpredictable, political, and often public. If handled incorrectly, they can last for many years and spiral into multiple Congressional, criminal, or regulatory investigations at the state and federal levels, and generate serious reputational harm. It is essential all organizations have a strategic government response plan in place and take a proactive approach to these investigations, but what does that look like?

Legalweek

$65

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Navigating HUD Construction Compliance and Construction Disputes
This panel will take a practical approach to compliance with federal construction requirements, including Section 3 employment, training and contracting; Davis Bacon and Labor Standards; Minority Business Enterprises (MBE) and Women's Business Enterprises (WBE); and reasonable accommodations and relocation.

American Bar Association

$115

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Understanding Garrity and Kalkines Warnings in Government Investigations
Due to self-incrimination issues that may arise in the context of internal investigations, the federal government is generally required to provide Garrity or Kalkines warnings prior to questioning an employee. But what do these warnings mean and what is the difference between them?

American Bar Association

$75

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Riding the Circuits: Practice in the Ninth Circuit
Join two sitting Ninth Circuit judges (Judge Milan D. Smith, Jr. and Judge Jacqueline Nguyen) and two appellate lawyers (Ben Cooper and moderator Scott Dixler) for a discussion of best practices for litigating in the Ninth Circuit. Topics will include local rules, the mediation program, and recommendations for briefing and oral argument.

American Bar Association

$115

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RBG and ACB: Supreme Court Copyright and Trademark Jurisprudence
Tune in to review RBG’s key IP cases and preview where Justice Barrett’s IP jurisprudence is heading.

American Bar Association

$75

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