On-Demand Course Bundle Details

Bundle of Best-Selling Transactional Law Seminars (Missouri)

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Overview

Who says CLE has to be boring?  Make the best use of your time with this special collection of six hours of our all-time best-selling courses for non-litigators.  Includes our surprisingly interesting discussion of the basics of drafting Wills - taught by examining the good and not-so-good provisions in the Wills of famous people!  After that, Billy Newman presents his popular lectures on what general practitioners need to know about copyrights and trademarks (warning:  it's a heck of a lot more interesting than mosts people realize!), and he illustrates these practical pointers with examples involving celebrities in recent high-profile disputes involving trademarks and copyrights.  We then take a look at some new gadgets and technologies that really can simplify your life and practice.  Finally, we introduce you to two specialty areas of transactional practice -- entertainment law and sports law.  Shawnassey Brooks discusses the fundamentals of representing clients in music projects.  And Bus Cook, famous sports agent/lawyer for NFL legends Brett Favre, Steve McNair, and Cam Newton, explains the unique ins and outs of representing professional atheletes.

This bundle of On-Demand CLE courses (watch them online, or download the audio as an mp3 file) are considered "self-study" courses under Missouri MCLE Rules.  The Missouri rules permit attorneys to earn a maximum of 6 hours of CLE per year through "self-study" courses of this nature.  The remainder of your annual MCLE requirement in Missouri must be earned with "live" CLE courses (like our Barristers Live Webcasts -- available on the "Live Webcasts" page of this website).

Format(s)

Online Video or Audio (MP3) Download

Credit Hours

General Credits: 7

Total Credits: 7

Courses Included

Wills Drafting Lessons from Famous People

Speaker(s):

William R Newman of The University of Southern Mississippi

Description:

Extremely practical advice for general practitioners on avoiding common Wills drafting mistakes, illustrated by the Wills of famous people.


General Credits: 1.6

Entertainment Law, Part 1 (Book Publishing)

Speaker(s):

Shawnassey H Brooks of Frascogna Entertainment Law

Description:

An overview of the nuts & bolts of representing clients in the book publishing industry. Part 1 of our introductory series on entertainment law.


General Credits: 1.4

New Gadgets and Technology for Lawyers

Speaker(s):

To Be Announced

Description:

A practical review of new devices, apps, and other technologies that can really improve your efficiency and organization as a lawyer.


General Credits: 1.6

Sports Law: An Introduction with Bus Cook

Speaker(s):

James "Bus" Cook, Jr. of BC Sports

Description:

An overview of the various issues involved in beginning a sports law practice.


General Credits: 1.2

"Ripped from the Headlines:" Lessons in Copyrights & Trademarks from Recent High-Profile Cases

Speaker(s):

William R Newman of The University of Southern Mississippi

Description:

An intensely interesting discussion of recent high-profile cases that illustrate the importance of copyrights & trademarks in everyday law practice.


General Credits: 1.2