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Cyber Hygiene and What It Means for Your Firm and Clients

H8086-20E
Learn cyber hygiene and cyber threats lawyers face, both personally and professionally, and the ways to reduce the risks associated with these threats. The relationship between the legal practice and its technology usage will be reviewed, and practical steps provided to reduce the risks of breach, data loss, and system compromise. By attending the presentation, lawyers will be more informed of the relationship between the legal practice, its technology usage, associated cyber threats and risks of compromise, and the basic best practices to protect both their own and their clients’ information. Participants will learn the questions to ask their teams: (1) Do we have the right tools? (2) Do they work? and (3) Do we know for sure they work?
$60.00

Ethical Conundrums Facing Elder Law Attorneys

P9007-19E-03
Learn how to identify potential ethical issues that arise frequently in an elder law practice, capably apply ethical rules to assess appropriate professional conduct in hypothetical factual settings and develop procedures in practice for addressing ethical issues.
$80.00

How Millennials Will Change 3 Key Ethics Concepts

H1900-20E
The most talked about generation in a long time is bringing a changed mindset to the practice, and that’s good. And there’s a big chance that the changed way of approaching the practice is going to morph some key ethics concepts. In this program, Stuart Teicher, “the CLE Performer” will provide a warning to all— the changers and the changees. He’ll focus on the impact of Rule 1.4 Communication, 5.1 Supervision, and 2.1 Advisor.
Not included in IICLE® Online All-Access subscription.
$80.00

Inclusion and Diversity in the Millennial Age: The Continuing Need for Affirmative Considerations in the Legal Profession

P9018-19E-03
This session is designed to increase understanding of the importance of inclusion within the law firm setting; to help increase appreciation for why diversity of employees in the law firm setting is ideal; and to provide practical tips, including how to effectively utilize affirmative considerations, for increasing diversity in the workplace.
$50.00

Jury Selection for Civil Litigators

P1914-19E-01
Learn how and when to exercise peremptory and “for cause” challenges, plus ethical and effective strategies for choosing jurors.
$80.00

Law Office Management – What Keeps Owners and Managing Partners Awake at Night

P9007-19E-05
Identify the top ten management issues that keep owners and managing partners awake at night, as well as various solutions that should help them get some sleep. Learn how to find, train and retain attorneys and staff; improve cash flow; market and develop your firm; and much more!
$60.00

Rules and Regulations Governing Referrals and Business Development

H8081-20E
Focus on the specific rules of professional conduct that govern referrals and business development, including competence, diligence, confidentiality, advertising, and solicitation.
$80.00

The Ethics of Social Media Research

H1401-20E
Not included in IICLE® Online All-Access subscription.

Learn how to avoid potential ethical traps in researching social media profiles to uncover investigative/ background information about parties, witnesses, experts, jurors, etc., and, in some cases, to use this information as evidence. This program reviews pertinent ethics opinions issued by the ABA and bar associations in many jurisdictions; discusses relevant caselaw; reviews detailed guidelines for social media research issued by the New York State Bar’s Commercial and Federal Litigation Section; and ties them into the ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct.
The program will also explore: Who's your "friend?" Could "friending" violate the deception or ex parte communication ethical rules? Is it ethical to research the social media profiles of parties and witnesses during discovery or trial? Is it ethical to research the social media profiles of potential jurors before trial or seated jurors during trial? Could advising clients to delete, deactivate, or adjust privacy settings on their social networking accounts lead to an ethical violation or spoliation charge against you? How to configure security/privacy settings in your own profile to avoid ethical breaches. The seminar is partially based on the speakers' 55-page Social Media chapter from their book, "The Cybersleuth's Guide to the Internet."
$80.00
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