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Oregon Mini Compliance Bundle 091820

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

The Oregon State Bar allows attorneys to complete their forty-five (45) MCLE credits online, including five (5) required hours in Ethics and 1 in Elder Abuse Reporting. 

Take your CLE at your convenience online. CLE Center is an accredited provider of MCLE by the Oregon State Bar.

With this Oregon Mini Compliance Bundle, you can earn twenty-three (23) MCLE hours including the five (5) required Ethics hours, one (1) hour in Elder and Child Abuse Reporting, and one (1) hour in Mental Health & Substance Abuse Education for only $219.

Please note that this bundle will NOT satisfy the specific requirements for newly admitted attorneys. Contact your state bar for more information on these requirements.

Buy Compliance Bundle $229.00 & nbsp;  
 

Bundle Courses

18 Courses
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94 minutes
Overcoming Chronic Stress by Improving Attorney Mental Health & Wellness
In this program, learn how lawyers can combat chronic stress.

American Bar Association

0.5 - Ethics

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90 minutes
Your Ethical Duties: Protecting Client Confidences
This panel will focus on the duties professionals have to protect electronically stored client information, best practices, ethical obligations and business considerations.

American Bankruptcy Institute

1.5 - Ethics

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59 minutes
Navigating § 552: Pre-Petition Security Interests in Proceeds
How and when is a secured creditor’s rights affected by Section 552? This session will examine typical scenarios so you can learn all you need to know about this difficult area of the law.

American Bankruptcy Institute

1 - General

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61 minutes
Rights Offering: Introduction and Overview
This panel will provide an overview of rights offerings and issues that frequently arise, including limitations under the securities laws as to which creditors can participate, what happens to those creditors who cannot participate, what is a backstop party, who has the right to participate in the backstop, how backstop parties are compensated, and the limitations on the use of Section 1145 in connection with rights offerings and any securities subscribed for in rights offerings.

American Bankruptcy Institute

1 - General

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61 minutes
How to Successfully Litigate a Relief-from-Stay Motion
In this program, the panel will discuss strategies on successfully litigating a Relief-from-Stay Motion.

American Bankruptcy Institute

1 - General

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61 minutes
Guess Who's Coming to Court: A Program About Bias and Inclusion
In this program we will, of course, talk about ways to eliminate bias in the legal profession. The bulk of this program is about getting at the root cause for bias in the profession these days. By that I mean evaluating the causes for the subtle or implicit biases that we see in the practice of law.

Stuart Teicher

1 - Access to Justice

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65 minutes
GDPR Triage: In the Midst of 10,000 Contracts to Review, Picking the Spots to Mitigate the Biggest Risks
In this session, we’ll uncover what in-house practitioners need to know going in as this new regulation takes effect.

SuperConference

1 - General

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60 minutes
Revamping Employee Data, Cloud & Social Media Policies and Training to Mitigate Legal Risks
Nowadays, everybody is on social media -- including your bosses and employees. Because today’s employee is always-on and connected 24/7, companies are having a harder time determining the right balance between instilling a culture of data protection vs. where to draw the line on employee monitoring. Having a predetermined company policy on social media is the norm, but its open forum still presents a huge risk that many organizations don’t know how to deal with.

This session will discuss how companies can train their employees to mitigate legal risks on social media.

SuperConference

1 - General