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Representing Clients in Federal & State Criminal Tax Investigations: Defense Strategies & Prosecution Initiatives Every Attorney Needs to Know

This program will focus on strategies that attorneys can use to best represent taxpayers under criminal investigation. Topics to be covered include elements of commonly prosecuted federal and state tax crimes, current IRS and DOJ tax prosecution initiatives, (particularly foreign bank account investigations), voluntary disclosures to state and federal authorities, reacting to the commencement of a criminal investigation, administrative vs. More

Original Recording Date: 6/9/2014

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  • $177.00
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Selected Ethics Issues in Mediation & Settlement

This program will address a number of ethics issues that can arise in mediation and settlement negotiations. With a specific focus on confidentiality, conflicts of interest and related issues, the program will discuss ethics questions from the point of view of the mediator, the outside lawyer, and even the client. More

Original Recording Date: 6/16/2015

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  • $177.00
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Supreme Court Round-Up: Recent Developments in Labor & Employment Law Cases

In its 2012-2013 term, the U.S. Supreme Court issued several decisions that significantly affect how labor and management attorneys should now advise their clients and prepare for litigation concerning matters relating to discrimination under Title VII and the ADA, wage and hour, class action, ERISA, and arbitration. More

Original Recording Date: 9/26/2013

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  • $147.50
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Taking & Defending Depositions: Strategic Tips & Techniques

Litigators know that the deposition is a crucial opportunity to evaluate an adversary's case, challenge key theories and witnesses, and to seek admissions for use in a potential summary judgment motion or at trial. Whether you are a first-year litigation associate or a senior partner, come learn how to maximize your effectiveness at taking, preparing for, and defending depositions. More

Original Recording Date: 2/3/2015

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  • $177.00
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The False Claims Act in Construction Projects

One of the fastest growing litigation areas today involves the False Claims Act (FCA), and in particular as concerning construction projects with the federal government. Failing to appreciate the very broad reach of the FCA exposes contractors to serious financial penalties including treble damages, as well as suspension and debarment from contracting with the federal and even state governments. More

Original Recording Date: 6/17/2015

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  • $118.00
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The Future of Class Actions

This program will provide attorneys with an examination of the current status and future direction of class action litigation in light of a series of recent Supreme Court decisions and other federal decisions raising fundamental questions about the viability of the class action mechanism. More

Original Recording Date: 3/3/2015

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  • $177.00
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The Scope of Attorney-Client Privilege

This panel discussion will provide a review of attorney-client privilege. The panel, consisting of highly accomplished and experienced practitioners including a member of the judiciary, will address the relevant legal standards and best practices on a wide-range of key privilege issues, including:• role of in-house counsel• internal investigations• disclosure to third parties (i.e., the government)• recent case law concerning the privilege. More

Original Recording Date: 11/19/2014

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  • $177.00
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Understanding Impasse in Negotiation & Mediation: How to Prevent, Avoid, & Break Deadlock

Impasse is the point when negotiation breaks down and the parties reach for their respective briefcases. Absent some intervention or course change, the deal is dead, the litigation continues, and the negotiation is over. This course will examine the causes of impasse so that in many situations, impasse can be avoided entirely. More

Original Recording Date: 10/2/2013
Skills (60): 1.5

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  • $88.50
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Win at Trial with Persuasive Closing Arguments & PowerPoint Presentations

This seminar is designed to provide you with all the information and skills you need to know to give effective closing arguments at trial, including how to create effective PowerPoint presentations to accompany your arguments. Topics include: Using themes, theories, and juror values; humanizing issues for the jury; expressing emotions; storytelling; using primacy; how long the closing should be and dealing with judicially imposed time restraints; using stance, body language and eye contact to your advantage; integrating the law into your argument; using visuals or props; and using analogies. More

Original Recording Date: 1/15/2014

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  • $147.50