Register now! The IICLE® 16th Annual Elder Law Short Course (virtual edition) will bring you up to speed on the latest in elder law ... from a safe social distance! New this Year: All registrants will have FREE access to the entire program online on-demand, with the opportunity to earn credit for breakout sessions missed at no additional charge.
Learn why an increasing number of estate plans include mandatory arbitration provisions that require fiduciaries and beneficiaries to submit all disputes to arbitration and how to handle those provisions. Understand why no-contest clauses are more frequently being included and expanded to limit the beneficiaries’ ability to challenge estate planning documents.
Understand best practices when it comes to: termination provisions (For Cause and Good Reason), severance provisions, restrictive covenant provisions, arbitration provisions, the protection of intellectual property, tax issues and more.
This course explains the ins and outs of mediation to attorneys and answers the frequently asked questions they may have concerning the mediation process. Topics include the role of the mediator, preparing a client for mediation and the value of premediation contact. The course also covers advantages and disadvantages of mediation, how to conduct remote mediation, and how to use virtual conferencing options for a session.
At this inaugural IICLE® program for mediators, learn the art of handling complex disputes and online mediations; how to start and grow your practice; how to navigate implicit bias and psychological issues; how to ensure compliance with ethical rules and proper handling of problem scenarios; and the benefits of collaborative law.
Negotiation is a strategic process that is not necessarily adversarial….until an extremely self-centered person who has an exaggerated sense of self-importance is a part of the process. This information-packed presentation juxtaposes sound negotiation practices and narcissism traits and characteristics. An understanding of and ability to manage cognitive and emotional biases helps avoid the pitfalls and common mistakes that create a climate of competition rather that collaboration.
Get an overview of yet another form of ADR, Collaborative Divorce. Learn the process basics and paradigm shift necessary for this practice. Also learn the basic tenants of collaborative law, what this kind of diversity adds to your practice, and how it affects the parties and their families in the best way possible.