On-Demand Course Bundle Details

12-Hour General Practice On-Demand CLE Bundle for 2022

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Overview

A new collection of eleven of our newest courses, along with a long-time favorite (each course is about 1.2 hours long)!  Earn a full 12-hours of North Carolina CLE credit with this bundle, including the 2 hours of ethics and the Technology CLE credit you need each year!

(* Note  -  Remember, North Carolina attorneys are required to also earn at least one hour of Substance Abuse/Mental Health CLE credit EVERY 3 YEARS.  If you need Substance Abuse credit this year, we have another very similar 12-hour bundle that includes Substance Abuse CLE credit.  See "12-Hour General Practice CLE Bundle for 2022 WITH SUBSTANCE ABUSE CREDIT" here on our website.  Alternatively, two of our February 2022 Live Webcasts contain an hour of approved "Substance Abuse/Mental Health" credit:  Ethics for Lawyers from Indiana Jones on Feb. 24, 2022; and Lessons for Lawyers from the History Books on Feb. 25, 2022.   If you would like to view only the "Substance Abuse/Mental Health" hour of one of these longer Live Webcasts, please call Barristers at 1-800-874-8556, and we can arrange for you to watch that hour of the Live Webcast for only $50.   And a final option - individually purchase our On-Demand course, "Elementary CLE: Lessons in Substance Abuse, Mental Health, and Ethics Inspired by Sherlock Holmes" for only $50.)

But regarding, this 12-hour bundle of On-Demand CLE, it includes practical tips for understanding the basics of e-Discovery (a course that also satisfies your annual Technology CLE creditand on Preparing Your Client for Mediation.  This bundle also includes courses on Contract Drafting Basics and Recent Developments in Federal Law for 2021, and so many other courses from both the litigation and transactional sides of law practice -- this bundle includes 11 different courses (totaling 12.25 hours of North Carolina CLE credit).

These courses include Billy Newman's surprisingly interesting (and relevant) review of what every general practitioner needs to know about copyright and trademark law -- as illustrated by recent high-profile cases in Top Headlines in Intellectual Property Law.  Billy also offers two practical hours of ethics on Ethics Issues in Wills Drafting and Estate Planning and on Lawyer Ethics in a Pandemic.   

If you would rather hand-pick the individual courses in your On-Demand CLE Bundle, you can create your own Custom Bundle and choose from our growing library of individual courses!   Just go back and select "Build a Custom Bundle" (rather than clicking simply "On-Demand Bundles").

Format(s)

Online Video or Audio (MP3) Download

Credit Hours

Technology Training Credits: 1
General Credits: 9.25
Ethics Credits: 2

Total Credits: 12.25

Courses Included

Recent Developments in Federal Law - 2021

Speaker(s):

William R Newman of The University of Southern Mississippi

Description:

Our annual look at new developments in federal case law, statutes, rules, and regulations for late 2020 and early 2021.


General Credits: 1.5

Contract Drafting Basics, Part 1: Boilerplate Provisions

Speaker(s):

William R Newman of The University of Southern Mississippi

Description:

Part 1 of this very practical series of courses offers several pointers for avoiding problems that can arise from overlooking the standard "boilerplate" provisions in a typical contract.


General Credits: 1

Proving Premises Liability Cases, Part 1

Speaker(s):

James Bryan Moseley of Moseley & Moseley

Description:

In this first installment of a 2-part series, nationally-recognized litigator Bryan Moseley of Tennessee offers tips for the evaluation and initial investigation of a potential premises liability claim.


General Credits: 1.25

e-Discovery, Part 1: Basic Concepts & Rules

Speaker(s):

William R Newman of The University of Southern Mississippi

Description:

An overview of the basics of conducting discovery of electronically-stored evidence, including a brief look at new tools that assist the process.


Technology Training Credits: 1

Preparing Your Client (and Yourself) for Mediation

Speaker(s):

Keith D. Obert of Obert Law Group, P. A.

Description:

Do's and Don'ts for lawyers and clients - to ensure a successful mediation.


General Credits: 1

Ethics Issues in Wills Drafting & Estate Planning

Speaker(s):

William R Newman of The University of Southern Mississippi

Description:

A discussion of the surprising array of ethics dilemmas that can arise from the routine preparation of a Will or other estate planning documents for clients.


Ethics Credits: 1

Subrogations, Liens, & Reimbursements in Litigation, Part 1

Speaker(s):

James Bryan Moseley of Moseley & Moseley

Description:

Nationally-recognized presenter Bryan Moseley provides a detailed overview of the various third party obligations that can arise in personal injury practice, with an emphasis in this installment on Medicaid liens.


General Credits: 1

Subrogations, Liens, & Reimbursements in Litigation, Part 2

Speaker(s):

James Bryan Moseley of Moseley & Moseley

Description:

This second installment of the 2-part series focuses on ERISA and Medicare issues that arise in personal injury litigation.


General Credits: 1

Simple Trusts: An Introduction

Speaker(s):

William R Newman of The University of Southern Mississippi

Description:

A follow-up to Billy Newman's popular lectures on Basics Wills Drafting, this course provides a rudimentary introduction to testamentary and inter vivos trusts.


General Credits: 1

Lawyer Ethics in a Pandemic or Other Disaster

Speaker(s):

William R Newman of The University of Southern Mississippi

Description:

A discussion of the surprising ethics challenges that lawyers face when they and their clients face the major disruptions of a pandemic, hurricane, or other disaster.


Ethics Credits: 1

Top Copyright & Trademark Law Headlines of 2020-2021

Speaker(s):

William R Newman of The University of Southern Mississippi

Description:

Billy Newman's latest fast-paced look at recent developments in intellectual property law - presented with general practitioners in mind!


General Credits: 1.5