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Bundle of Best-Selling Transactional Law Seminars for Mississippi (6 hours)

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Overview

You're sure to be impressed with this special collection of five of our all-time most popular courses for non-litigators.  (Several courses run over 1 hour in length, and thus the five courses earn you a total of 6 hours of Mississippi CLE credit.)

The bundle includes a course providing a quick rundown of what you need to know when drafting non-compete agreements and non-disclosure agreements.  You also get succinct surveys on the basics of employment law and immigration law that every practitioner should know.

Then, Billy Newman uses several high-profile trademark and copyright cases from recent news headlines to illustrate what every lawyer should know about the ways in which intellectual property issues can complicate everyday business transactions, and even divorces.

And finally earn your ethics credit for the year with our most popular course of all-time - Ethics Lessons Inspired by the Peanuts(R) Comic Strips!

Format(s)

Online Video or Audio (MP3) Download

Credit Hours

General Credits: 4.9
Ethics Credits: 1.3

Total Credits: 6.2

Courses Included

Recent Headlines in Intellectual Property Law

Speaker(s):

William R Newman of The University of Southern Mississippi

Description:

A sequel to our popular "Ripped from the Headlines" course. This newest installment looks at the valuable lessons to be derived from recent high-profile cases involving copyrights, trademarks, and patents.


General Credits: 1.7

Immigration Law, Part 1: Basic Principles for General Practitioners

Speaker(s):

Amelia McGowan of Mississippi Center for Justice

Description:

A beginner's overview of the basic rules, concepts, and procedures in the law of immigration and naturalization.


General Credits: 1

Non-Compete and Non-Disclosure Agreements

Speaker(s):

William R Newman of The University of Southern Mississippi

Description:

An examination of the major do's & don'ts of drafting non-competition and non-disclosure documents, including a review of the law governing them.


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: 1.2

Ethics for Lawyers: Lessons Inspired by the Peanuts(R) Comic Strips

Speaker(s):

William R Newman of The University of Southern Mississippi

Description:

This course presents a unique approach to the discussion of ethics and professionalism for lawyers.


Ethics Credits: 1.3