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Indiana 18-Credit Mini Compliance Bundle 100822

Save time with our hand-selected Compliance Bundles tailored to satisfy your mandatory state requirements.

The Indiana 18-Credit Compliance Bundle contains eighteen (18) CLE credit hours including three (3) hours in Ethics required by the Indiana Office of Admissions & Continuing Education (ACE).

The Indiana Office of Admissions & Continuing Education (ACE) requires attorneys to complete all thirty-six (36) CLE hours including three (3) in Ethics every three (3) years using clecenter.com's on-demand distance learning programs.

You have one year from the date of purchase to complete your programs.

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Buy Compliance Bundle $229.00 & nbsp;  
 

Bundle Courses

16 Courses
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Witness Preparation: A Roundtable Discussion
Witness testimony at trial and in depositions is critical to winning. This panel of restructuring/insolvency litigators and expert witnesses will discuss how you prepare your fact and expert witnesses, including how to respond to direct examination, how to respond to personal attacks and lies, how to deal with an aggressive lawyer, how to prep a fact witness versus an expert witness, and how an expert witness should prep an attorney.

American Bankruptcy Institute

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Legal Writing: Writing Sentences that Persuade
Legal writing is an attorney's greatest tool of persuasion. This interactive program will teach you how to write and persuade the reader.

American Bar Association

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63 minutes
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Law Firms and the Scourge of Ransomware: How to Prevent, Detect, Respond and Recover
BitDefender's Mid-Year Threat Landscape Report 2020 showed that ransomware attacks were seven times more prevalent in the first half of 2020 compared to the first half of 2019. But how do law firms get ransomware and how can they defend against it? Join our experts on tips for defending against and responding to ransomware.

American Bar Association

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Ethics and Misuse of Social Media and How to Handle and Counsel Clients Who Use It
Join our expert panelist as he explores strategies for representing clients who regularly use social media; study the ethical boundaries (improper use by lawyers); and risks associated with advising clients to "change" or "delete" social media.

American Bar Association

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How to Avoid Malpractice: Improving Your Communication
Communicating with clients, counsel, prospective clients and others is important to the success of a firm, and good communication can avoid liability and bar complaints. This program assists attorneys in understanding the problems and improving the nature and substance of their communications, no matter their practice area.

American Bar Association

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The Ethical Danger of Getting into Bed with Your Clients
Is this program really about getting into bed with our clients? Of course….but I don’t mean sexual relationships. Well, not only sexual relationships. There are a bunch of ways that a lawyer can metaphorically get into bed with their client and all of those situations are governed by the conflicts rules in Rule 1.8. Whether it’s doing business with clients, getting a bequest from a client, or some other self-serving conflict, chances are there’s an ethical implication to doing so.

Stuart Teicher

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Cash, Coin, Cheddar, Dough: Ethical Issues with Money and Billing
Stuart will discuss whether lawyers can accept cryptocurrencies for legal fees, Fee splitting with other lawyers, when people fight over trust account funds, and the problem of the flat fee.

Stuart Teicher

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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