On-Demand Course Bundle Details

North Carolina 6-Hour Litigation Bundle for 2019-2020

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Overview

You can't go wrong with this special collection of six of our most popular recent courses for litigators!  Featuring experienced practitioners as presenters, the six individual courses in this bundle cover a wide range of topics for courtroom lawyers.  Start with a practical look at an often under-utilized litigation weapon - the motion in limine.

Then acquaint yourself with the major types of employment litigation you're most likely to encounter in a commercial practice.  Then, Keith Obert presents a jam-packed discussion of deposing expert witnesses and defending expert witness depositions.

After that, fulfill the new North Carolina annual requirement for Technology CLE credit with our fast-paced course on New Gadgets and Technology for Lawyers.  And finally, earn 2 hours of ethics credit with Billy Newman's practical discussions of (1) the emerging rules of ethics surrounding age bias in the law office, and (2) the often misunderstood parameters of the ethical duty of confidentiality. 

You can watch these courses as online videos, or if you prefer, download and listen to them as mp3 audio files.  

If you would rather hand-pick the individual courses in your On-Demand CLE Bundle, you can create your own Custom Bundle!   Simply go back and click "Build a Custom Bundle" (rather than clicking "On-Demand Bundles").

 

Format(s)

Online Video or Audio (MP3) Download

Credit Hours

General Credits: 4.5
Ethics Credits: 2

Total Credits: 6.5

Courses Included

New Gadgets and Technology for Lawyers

Speaker(s):

William R Newman of The University of Southern Mississippi

Description:

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


General Credits: 1.25

Motions in Limine

Speaker(s):

William R Newman of The University of Southern Mississippi

Description:

An examination of an often under-utilized litigation tool - the motion in limine. Includes an overview of the general law governing them and their various strategic uses in the courtroom.


General Credits: 1

Employment Law Essentials for General Practitioners, Part 1

Speaker(s):

Russell Willis, J. D. of The University of Southern Mississippi

Description:

An overview of the major employment discrimination that can result in litigation against business clients.


General Credits: 1

Ethics of Confidentiality: What You May Not Know

Speaker(s):

William R Newman of The University of Southern Mississippi

Description:

An in-depth look at some of the hidden pitfalls within the ethical duty of client confidentiality.


Ethics Credits: 1

Deposing Expert Witnesses & Defending Expert Depositions

Speaker(s):

Keith D. Obert of Obert Law Group

Description:

Plaintiff & Defense Perspectives on the Expert Witness Deposition


General Credits: 1.25

Ethics of Age Bias in the Law Office

Speaker(s):

William R Newman of The University of Southern Mississippi

Description:

A look at emerging law on the ethics of eliminating age bias in the law office.


Ethics Credits: 1