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Wyoming Compliance Bundle 120120

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

The Wyoming State Bar allows attorneys to take six (6) of their required fifteen (15) MCLE hours online, including the two (2) required hours in ethics. 

With the Wyoming Compliance Bundle, you can complete six (6) MCLE credit hours, including two (2) in ethics. All courses in the Wyoming Bundle are approved by the Wyoming State Bar. 

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

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Buy Compliance Bundle $169.00 & nbsp;  
 

Bundle Courses

4 Courses
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The Cyborgs are Coming... The Cyborgs are Coming!!
In this program, Stuart Teicher will review the latest developments in ethics rules and explain some of the new advisory opinions from across the country that govern a lawyer's use of technology in practice.

Stuart Teicher

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Contract Drafting for Transactional Attorneys: Every Word Matters
This course is the first part of our series on “Contract Drafting for Beginning Transactional Attorneys.” It can be watched on its own or as part of the series. In addition to the course content described, we will give practice notes for drafting, negotiating, and advising clients and relate the material here to other parts of this series.

New Media Rights

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Beyond the Attack - Legal & Ethical Considerations in Breach Response
This session will go over some of the best practices/common pitfalls in response and identify some ways to help minimize legal exposure and organizational harm while balancing ethical obligations in breach response.

Legalweek

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Litigation Do's and Don'ts: Practical Strategies for Managing Complex Disputes in Today's Environment
How does one deal with a complex case these days? It seems that more often than expected, a seemingly simple case can transform into a complex situation. In such instances, the skills and endurance of in-house counsel are tested. In this session, we’ll discuss everything from how to recognize the signs of not-so-simple cases, initial tasks to reduce overall risk, appropriate resource allocation, types of case management software that GCs are using, and cost management strategies that can go a long way.

General Counsel Conference