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California MCLE Course Descriptions

Attorneys on Social Media

Lawyers comment on legal topics in various formats. The newest format is online publications such as blogs,  listserves, online articles, website postings, and brief online statements or microblogs (such as Twitter) that followers (people who subscribe to a writer's online musings) read. Lawyers continue to present education programs and discuss legal topics in articles and chapters in traditional print media such as magazines, treatises, law firm white papers, and law reviews. They also make public remarks in online informational videos such as webinars and podcasts (collectively public commentary).

Lawyers who communicate about legal topics in public commentary must comply with the Rules of Professional Conduct. This lecture covers a lawyer’s professional obligations when using various forms of social media.

Getting Out & Getting Paid

Rights and obligations when your employment is terminated, either voluntarily or involuntarily; and how to ensure you get paid your fees. 

Conflicts of Interest: Selected Issues

In-depth discussion of various conflict of interest issues.

Bias in Law Enforcement & Prosecution

Identifying, Preventing, & Best Practices regarding Gender Bias in Law Enforcement Response to Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence & prosecution of such crimes. 

Substance Abuse

Comprehensive overview of substance misuse and abuse

Bankruptcy Overview

A broad overview of each bankruptcy chapter available under the Bankruptcy Code. 

Biologics: The Law & Intellectual Property Issues

An overview of the relevant laws concerning follow-on biologics including discussion of intellectual property issues. 

Social Security, SSDI & VDC

An overview of Social Security, Social Security Disability, and Veterans’ Disability Compensation benefit programs.

Music Licensing

Songwriters and recording artists are legally entitled to get paid for (1) reproductions and public performances of the notes and lyrics they create (the musical works), as well as (2) reproductions, distributions, and certain digital performances of the recorded sound of their voices combined with instruments (the sound recordings). The amount they get paid, as well as their control over their music, depends on market forces, contracts among a variety of private-sector entities, and laws governing copyright and competition policy. This lecture covers all of these topics.

ADA Title III: A Comprehensive Guide with Q&A

This lecture addresses the requirements of title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act, which applies to public accommodations, commercial facilities, and private entities offering certain examinations and courses in order to assist you in understanding rights and liabilities under the Act. Numerous illustrations included regarding each requirement under the Act. 

Human Trafficking: Detection, Prevention & Enforcement

This lecture addresses ways and means to detect and prevent human trafficking (forced labor and forced commercial sex); and covers the various applicable federal statutes, enforcement and prosecution. 

Bankruptcy Chapters 7 & 13: The Definitive Guide

An in-depth guide of Chapters 7 & 13 bankruptcy law. 

Antitrust Litigation: From TRO through Discovery

This lecture discusses the legal analysis and procedures that will assist you in determining whether to seek preliminary relief. While this analysis is not exhaustive, it identifies major legal issues that may arise in seeking preliminary relief, as well as procedures that must be completed before a hearing is held. It also covers discovery obligations and each discovery tool at your disposal.