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Build a Customized Ohio 6-Credit CLE Compliance Bundle

Individually select approved CLE courses from our centralized online library no matter where you practice.



The Supreme Court of Ohio allows attorneys to take up to twelve (12) of twenty-four (24) credit hours online.

Complete your CLE online at CLECenter.com with streaming audio or video courses. We bring the classroom to you!

With this bundle, you can complete twelve (12) CLE hours, including three (3) attorney professional conduct credits..

CLECenter.com will report your online CLE credits to the Supreme Court of Ohio for you. Please update your MCLE Profile to include your Ohio bar number.

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

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63 minutes
What Will Be the Biggest Tax Implications for 2021?
Join the expert-authors behind Tax Facts in this seminar as they discuss important questions many will have about the state of tax in 2021, including potential changes, implications, and more.

The National Underwriter

1 - General

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Does COVID-19 Trigger Force Majeure?
Your clients' contract may be affected by COVID-19 and force majeure. Navigate the legal and business issues with Corporate Counsel Editor-in-Chief Heather Nevitt and International lawyer Lisa Richman in a discussion about the practical implications of force majeure in making business decisions state-by-state and across the globe.

Law Journal Press

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Ethical Considerations in eDiscovery: Rules and Responsibilities
In this webinar, experts will go over these ethical obligations, court cases where attorneys didn’t meet their obligations, and the impact it had on the cases and/or attorneys directly.

Everlaw

1 - Attorney Professional Conduct

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The Employment Guide To Surviving COVID-19: Critical Issues Today & Biggest Challenges Tomorrow
The COVID-19 crisis has radically changed our society, including the way employers operate. Please join us for a comprehensive discussion of the legal issues facing businesses large and small.

American Bar Association

1.5 - General

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May the Force (Majeure) Be With You or Not?: Navigating Force Majeure and Business Interruption in the Age of the Virus
Learn about Force Majeure issues in the entertainment and sports industries. Our expert panel will explore. these and other related issues and provide some practical solutions to theses critical.">Learn about Force Majeure issues in the entertainment and sports industries. Our expert panel will explore. these and other related issues and provide some practical solutions to theses critical.

American Bar Association

1.5 - General

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How to Move Your Office Into the Cloud Now: Transitioning to Paperless Office Operations in Response to the COVID-19 Crisis & Future Events
Feeling overwhelmed by the COVID -19 pandemic? Need to get a grasp on your new remote office? Join this one-hour work session on how to survive the COVID-19 pandemic and future disasters by moving into a paperless workflow.

American Bar Association

1 - General

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Ethical Considerations for Use of Online Tools for Dispute Neutrals in the COVID-19 Era
In light of social distancing caused by the novel coronavirus, more people will be looking to online resources to carry out dispute resolution. Join one of the leaders in developing Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) as he walks you through the ethical challenges in using online tools.

American Bar Association

1 - Attorney Professional Conduct

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Examination of Witnesses: Trial Tactics For the Novice Attorney
Join author and legal Professor Stephen Saltzburg, Marissel Descalzo, and Warrington Parker, as they present a road map for the discovery and avoidance of the many pitfalls and obstacles that must be avoided to achieve ultimate success at trial.

American Bar Association

1.5 - General