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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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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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Appellate Advocacy in the Age of COVID-19
Learn best practices for moving your argument to a video platform. Hear from a court clerk on making video arguments actually work technically, a judge and a justice on how best to conduct the arguments, and practitioners on best ways to advocate in these circumstances.">Learn best practices for moving your argument to a video platform. Hear from a court clerk on making video arguments actually work technically, a judge and a justice on how best to conduct the arguments, and practitioners on best ways to advocate in these circumstances.

American Bar Association

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Social Security Disability Law 101: Understanding the Practice and Process for Hearings
Learn the underlying law and practice involved in understanding, advising, and representing claimants in a Social Security Disability (SSD) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) Hearing.

American Bar Association

$115

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61 minutes
Is It Privileged? A Young Lawyer's Guide to Preparing a Privilege Log in Commercial Litigation
Explore common pitfalls that litigators should avoid when making privilege calls and learn tips and tricks on how to draft a privilege log that will withstand the toughest scrutiny from clients, opposing counsel, and courts alike.

American Bar Association

$75

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62 minutes
Utilizing Habeas Corpus Petitions for Unaccompanied Immigrant Children
The federal government is subjecting immigrant children to prolonged detention. In this program, panelists will describe the impact a habeas petition can make and discuss the nuts and bolts of how to file in federal district court.

American Bar Association

$75

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62 minutes
Key Considerations for Working With Expert Witnesses in Class Actions
Learn the unique issues that arise while working with expert witnesses in class actions.

American Bar Association

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76 minutes
Bankruptcy Litigation
The panelists will provide a Section 546(e) safe harbors update, including how state law preemption will be applied post-Merit; jurisdictional issues in Relativity; the debt-recharacterization circuit split and Supreme Court withdrawal of cert in PEM v. Levin; the application of avoidance powers extraterritorially (Ampal-American, Emerald, Madoff), fraudulent-transfer circuit splits and other related matters (Physiotherapy, Tribune, Madoff, Merritt Management, Petters, SemCrude, Fragin); and the current state of the equitable mootness doctrine, including recent criticisms, especially from the Third Circuit (e.g., In re Philadelphia Newspapers, In re SemCrude L.P., In re One2One Communications LLC), and their applications (e.g., In re City of Detroit).

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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