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Recent Developments in Tennessee Law, 2021 (8 Hour On-Demand Version)

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Overview

By popular demand, we're making our popular annual course, Recent Developments in Tennessee Law, available as an online course.   This "year-in-review" course is a fast-paced and surprisingly comprehensive look at the past year's important new case law, new statutes, new regulations, and other developments in over 13 different areas of law practice, including:

  • Family Law
  • Torts, Insurance, Civil Procedure, and Workers' Compensation
  • Wills, Estates, Real Estate, & General Business Law
  • Federal Law Developments
  • Ethics and Professionalism

Format(s)

Online Video or Audio (MP3) Download

Credit Hours

General Credits: 5.9
Dual/Ethics Credits: 2.1

Total Credits: 8

Courses Included

TN - Family Law: 2021 Recent Developments in Tennessee Law

Speaker(s):

Stanley A. Kweller of Jackson, Kweller, & Hayes

Description:

The Family Law segment of our annual Recent Developments in Tennessee Law course. Available for viewing starting December 8, 2021.


General Credits: 1.5

TN - Torts, Insurance, Civil Procedure, & Workers' Compensation, Part 1: 2021 Recent Developments in Tennessee Law

Speaker(s):

James P. Catalano of The Catalano Firm, PLC

Description:

Part 1 of the Torts & Insurance segment of our annual Recent Developments in Tennessee Law course.


General Credits: 1.5

TN - Torts, Insurance, Civil Procedure, & Workers' Compensation, Part 2: 2021 Recent Developments in Tennessee Law

Speaker(s):

James P. Catalano of The Catalano Firm, PLC

Description:

Part 2 of the Torts & Insurance segment of our annual Recent Developments in Tennessee Law course. Available for viewing starting December 11, 2021.


General Credits: 1.5

TN - Wills, Estates, Real Estate, & Business Law: 2021 Recent Developments in Tennessee Law

Speaker(s):

William R Newman of The University of Southern Mississippi

Description:

The Wills, Estates, Real Estate, & Business Law segment of our annual Recent Developments in Tennessee Law course. Available for viewing starting December 10, 2021


General Credits: 1.4

Ethics of Cybersecurity for Lawyers

Speaker(s):

William R Newman of The University of Southern Mississippi

Description:

A very practical 2-hour course that deals with the ethics of confidentiality and the myriad of threats posed by hackers and ransomware attacks. Taught from the perspective of lawyers who are not particularly tech savvy. Available starting Dec. 11, 2021


Dual/Ethics Credits: 2.1