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The Washington State Bar Association allows attorneys to take all forty-five (45) required MCLE hours online, including the six (6) in ethics. 

With the Washington Bundle (Build Your Bundle version), you can select courses you wish to take from our Washington CLE course catalog that adds up to the forty-five (45) hours required by the Washington State Bar Association, this includes six (6) hours required in ethics for only $289. The courses in our Washington course catalog are all approved by the Washington Bar Association.

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Financial Implications of Cannabis-Related Businesses
As marijuana legalization grows, state-by-state, more and more financial considerations arise. Given the ever-evolving nature of the cannabis industry, it is important that any cannabis-related business or anyone supporting or financing a related business stay on top of the latest financial and tax implications of the industry.

The National Underwriter

1 - Law and Legal Procedure

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Domestic Violence and Military Families: Representation and the Dynamics
This program examines the dynamics and legal aspects of domestic violence within military families. Presenters will provide you with an extensive look at the context of domestic violence, co-occurring conditions and dynamics, ex parte petitions and hearings, protective orders, related family law issues, and a variety of factors when advising or representing a client with a domestic violence case.

American Bar Association

2.5 - Law and Legal Procedure

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Litigating Common Causes of Action in Bankruptcy
Covering a wide array of bankruptcy litigation matters, this session will focus on issues relating to stay relief, discharge litigation, and post-discharge injunction matters. Evidentiary considerations and standards for relief will be highlighted, along with case law developments and practice tips from the experienced panelists.

American Bankruptcy Institute

1 - Law and Legal Procedure

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SBRA: Subchapter V Strategy and How to Get Your Plan Confirmed
This panel will provide an overview of the requirements for a reorganization plan in subchapter V cases under the Small Business Reorganization Act, including the new fair-and-equitable standard for cramdowns, and effective strategies to get to plan confirmation.

American Bankruptcy Institute

1 - Law and Legal Procedure

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Streamlined Small Business Reorganizations Under Subchapter V: Concepts and Early Decisions
This panel will focus on Congress’s new foray into streamlining small business reorganizations under the Small Business Reorganization Act of 2019, as amended by the CARES Act of 2020. The panelists will examine similarities and differences between subchapter V and traditional chapter 11 reorganization, debtor eligibility, and the role of the newly created position of subchapter V trustee. The panelists will then examine early decisions on these issues from bankruptcy courts around the country.

American Bankruptcy Institute

1.25 - Law and Legal Procedure

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Subchapter V and Virtual Court: A Tale of Two Frontiers
The Small Business Reorganization Act of 2019 went into effect a mere few weeks before a worldwide pandemic unfolded, setting into motion unforeseen challenges and learning curves for the entire bankruptcy court system. This session consists of two mock presentations that will demonstrate the application of technology in the pre-trial practice and trial presentation of a subchapter V virtual trial. Included in these presentations will be virtual depositions and document preparation and organization, as well as the nontechnical challenges these cases can face, such as feasibility, projected-income issues, best practices assuming a nonconsensual plan, and cramdown. During the mock presentations, a team of technology experts will interject real-time, practical tips on the risks, benefits and potential ethical pitfalls of technology use in virtual trials, and much more.

American Bankruptcy Institute

2.5 - Law and Legal Procedure

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Fraud and the Implications for Claims Trading and Plans
A review of relevant statutory and case authority surrounding issues of fraud and plan confirmation. What is fraudulent? What is ethical? What is simply good lawyering? This program will explore these and other concerns around claims trading and the potential for manipulation of the bankruptcy plan process.

American Bankruptcy Institute

1 - Law and Legal Procedure

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Money Talks: Getting Retained and Paid (Ethically) by the Bankruptcy Estate
You work hard for the money, so let’s make sure you get it. This panel will discuss ethical considerations governing that all-important process: getting retained and paid by the bankruptcy estate. Aside from covering the basics of retention for young and new professionals, the panelists will address some of the myriad ethical issues governing retention and compensation that can arise, including connection disclosures, concurrent representations of insiders and expense reimbursement.

American Bankruptcy Institute

1 - Ethics