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Top 10 New Developments in Law Practice for 2018

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An all-new 2018 webcast edition of our annual look at some of the biggest new trends in the law & law practice!  Presented in a fast-paced manner, with an emphasis on "what you need to know."  

All-new topics in this year's course include:

  • Tax reform for the non-tax lawyer:  What it means for your clients and your law firm
  • Harassment & Discrimination law: A primer
  • Internet contracts and e-signatures: The new law
  • Family law developments: School football as an issue in custody
  • State Stipends to lawyers who practice in under-served counties and fields of law
  • Update on Top 10 Trends from past years: drones, the gig economy, etc.
  • Ethics: New law on extra-jurisdictional practice and the unauthorized practice of law

Most of this content repeated from our "Hot Topics in Business Law" webcast on June 26th


  • William R Newman of The University of Southern Mississippi
  • Agenda for Friday, the 29th of June 2018

    8:30 am Central Time - Webcast Begins

    (Please register and sign into the website at least 10 minutes before the scheduled start)

    (Agenda is approximate and tentative)

    Seminar Presenter:  William R. Newman, Esq. of Hattiesburg

      8:30am -  9:35am - 1) Tax Reform, 2) Family Law Developments

      9:35am -  9:45am - Break

      9:45am - 11:00am - 3) State Stipends for Lawyers in Underserved Areas, 4) Harassment Law - A Primer

    11:00am - 11:05am - Break

    11:05am - 12:00pm - 5) e-Contracts & e-Signatures, 6) Cryptocurrency

    12:00pm -  1:15pm -  Lunch Break 

      1:15pm -  2:15pm -  7) Update on the Law of Drones

      2:15pm -  2:25pm -  Break

      2:25pm -   3:10pm - 8) Inclusion Riders in Contracts, 9) Update on Digital Assets Law

      3:10pm -  3:15pm -  Break

      3:15pm -  4:15pm -  Ethics Hour

    Due to technical requirements, customers must attend a live webcast in its entirety to receive credit for attendance. No partial credit can be accommodated.