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CLE: Tips and Traps in UCC Compliance [LIVE WEBCAST]

Posted on March 16, 2018 by Sara Anderson

Uniform Commercial Code compliance may seem simple, but it can be tricky if you don’t know what to watch out for. This online program on April 11, 2018 illustrates just how easy it is to fall into one of the many traps of the UCC, while providing best practice tips for maintaining compliance.

CLE: Professionalism 2018 - Understanding How Mental Health/Substance Abuse and Diversity/Inclusion Are Impacting the Legal Profession

Posted on March 13, 2018 by Sara Anderson

Join us on March 21, 2018 for this online program that examines a range of mental health issues affecting attorneys, the resources available to help lawyers cope with the demands of the legal profession, and the state of diversity and inclusion policies in the legal industry.

CLE: 2018 Traffic Case Law and Legislative Update: Changes Which Impact Your Practice & Clients

Posted on March 7, 2018 by Sara Anderson

Join us via the Internet on March 19, 2018 for this informative program that presents an update on legislation and case law in the area of traffic law. Traffic law practitioners, criminal defense lawyers, prosecutors, judges, general practitioners, and young attorneys with basic and intermediate experience who attend this seminar will better understand: the new traffic and driver’s license legislation from the recent session of the Illinois General Assembly; how these legislative changes will impact your clients and your law practice; the latest DUI and summary suspension case law including People v. Ida Way[1] and cases regarding the admissibility of the preliminary breath test; and much more!

CLE: Don't Panic! What to Do When a Letter Arrives From the ARDC – Live Webcast

Posted on March 5, 2018 by Sara Anderson

Receiving a letter from the Illinois Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission can be a nerve-wracking experience. Embarrassment, anger, and fear are all natural responses, but there is no need for panic.

CLE: Malpractice Avoidance

Posted on February 28, 2018 by Sara Anderson

Get the tips and advice you need to run your practice without fear of liability! The best way to avoid a malpractice claim is to know what issues to be aware of and how to avoid them, as well as the ethical rules that should be guiding you throughout your practice.

Fixing the Underperforming Practice – Live Webcast

Posted on February 23, 2018 by Sara Anderson

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how to transform an underperforming practice into a well-performing one! Join us via the Internet on March 7, 2018 as Kerry M. Lavelle teaches us the benefits of a well-performing practice to the firm’s partners, staff attorneys, employees, and clients. Learn how to identify an underperforming practice, why a fix is necessary, and the tools needed to transform the firm into a successful one.

CLE: Nuts and Bolts of a DUI Blood Draw Case – Live Webcast

Posted on February 20, 2018 by Sara Anderson

Join us via the Internet on March 5, 2018 for this informative program that provides a roadmap for attorneys working in DUI litigation involving blood draw evidence.

CLE: The Ethics of Social Media for Attorneys and Judges

Posted on February 13, 2018 by Sara Anderson

While social media provides new ways for attorneys to communicate and collaborate, it also presents ethical challenges that may result in an attorney or judge being LinkedIn with the Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission or the Judicial Inquiry Board.

CLE: Copyright and Student Records Issues in Education

Posted on February 8, 2018 by Sara Anderson

Are you prepared to advise your clients on copyright issues in the classroom? Anyone working in the education setting (or representing those that do) need to be familiar with several key areas of concern, including copyright use in the classroom, student record laws, and cultural/diversity issues. This half-day seminar in Chicago or via live webcast on February 28, 2018 offers an overview for those new to this practice area, as well as a refresher for advanced practitioners.

CLE: Workers' Compensation Update - Spring 2018

Posted on February 5, 2018 by Sara Anderson

Update your knowledge on a number of important workers’ compensation issues with this full-day seminar in Chicago and O’Fallon on Feb. 19. Labor and employment attorneys and workers’ compensation practitioners attending this seminar will better understand how orthopedic injuries are diagnosed, evaluated, and treated in workers’ compensation claims; the 2017 appellate court decisions that have impacted workers’ compensation law; how to avoid ethical dilemmas in your practice; how to present effective oral arguments before the Illinois Workers’ Compensation Commission; integrating Medicare and workers’ compensation benefits; and how status as employee or independent contractor can affect employment benefits and liability.