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  • 5
    Securing Medical Records and Opinions, Conducting Discovery, Disclosure Requirements and HIPAA Issues

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  • 9
    Drug Recognition Experts

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  • 18
    Substitute Decision-Making: From Powers of Attorney to Plenary Guardianship

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  • 24
    Commercial Real Estate Boot Camp

    12:00 AM
    The IICLE® Commercial Real Estate Boot Camp will provide intensive, fast-paced, basic training fundamental to everyday commercial real estate transactions practice, including basic forms. This course is designed for (i) lawyers with one to seven years of experience handling commercial real estate transactions; and (ii) lawyers at any level of experience seeking to learn the fundamentals of everyday commercial real estate transactions. In this program you will learn about (a) client intake and engagement letters; (b) drafting/reviewing a letter of intent to purchase; (c) drafting the purchase and sale agreement; (d) obtaining and reviewing a suitable ALTA survey; (e) commercial title insurance with typically required commercial endorsements; (f) three common types of escrows; (g) types of deeds typical to commercial real estate transactions; (h) required governmental notices; (i) due diligence in preparing for closing; (j) documenting party authority; (k) the basic opinion of borrowers’ counsel; and (l) common closing issues.
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  • 24
    Commercial Real Estate Boot Camp

    9:00 AM
    The IICLE® Commercial Real Estate Boot Camp will provide intensive, fast-paced, basic training fundamental to everyday commercial real estate transactions practice, including basic forms. This course is designed for (i) lawyers with one to seven years of experience handling commercial real estate transactions; and (ii) lawyers at any level of experience seeking to learn the fundamentals of everyday commercial real estate transactions. In this program you will learn about (a) client intake and engagement letters; (b) drafting/reviewing a letter of intent to purchase; (c) drafting the purchase and sale agreement; (d) obtaining and reviewing a suitable ALTA survey; (e) commercial title insurance with typically required commercial endorsements; (f) three common types of escrows; (g) types of deeds typical to commercial real estate transactions; (h) required governmental notices; (i) due diligence in preparing for closing; (j) documenting party authority; (k) the basic opinion of borrowers’ counsel; and (l) common closing issues.
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  • 26
    Insurance Coverage Institute: Downstate

    9:00 AM
    Better manage insurance coverage issues by learning sophisticated tips about how to tender to insurers, respond to claims, preserve coverage defenses, avoid estoppel, handle claims in good faith, file for declaratory judgment and understand complicated privilege and ethical issues. Emerging issues, such as technological advances facing the insurance industry and the proposed Restatement of Insurance Liability Law, will also be covered.
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  • 26
    Insurance Coverage Institute: Downstate

    9:00 AM
    Better manage insurance coverage issues by learning sophisticated tips about how to tender to insurers, respond to claims, preserve coverage defenses, avoid estoppel, handle claims in good faith, file for declaratory judgment and understand complicated privilege and ethical issues. Emerging issues, such as technological advances facing the insurance industry and the proposed Restatement of Insurance Liability Law, will also be covered.
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