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2026R
Annual Civil Trial Update and Board Certification Review - 2016
This course is designed for two audiences: those who are preparing to take the Board Certification exam for civil trial or business litigation and those who want a refresher course and update on civil trial practice. Continuing Judicial Education credit pending. Printed course books will be provided to all in-person attendees upon check-in.
  
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2061
Practicing with Professionalism Fall 2015
A one day seminar providing a broad overview of ethical and professional issues designed for new lawyers in fulfillment of phase 1 of the Basic Skills Coure Requirement. The Florida Supreme Court in The Florida Bar Re: Amendment to Rules Regulating The Florida Bar, Rule 6-12 (Basic Skills Course Requirement, 524 So. 2d 634 (Fla. 1988), made Practicing with Professionalism, mandatory for attorneys admitted to The Florida Bar after October 1, 1988. Effective on May 12, 2005, the Supreme Court of Florida amended Rule 6-12.3 and Rule 6-12.4. These amended rules state that in addition to attending Practicing with Professionalism, new admittees must attend three "basic" level substantive continuing legal education programs presented by the YLD. The Basic Skills Course Requirement must be completed within the initial 3-year continuing legal education cycle after admission to The Florida Bar or within 2 years after the expiration of any exempt status. The Practicing with Professionalism requirement must be met within the first year of admission to The Florida Bar or one year prior to being admitted to The Florida Bar. Out-of-State Practitioners, Military lawyers and Governmental lawyers may be exempt from the Basic Skills Course Requirement and should refer to Rule 6-12.4 to determine eligibility for an exemption
  
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2062
Practicing with Professionalism Fall 2015 (Non-Mandatory)
A one day seminar providing a broad overview of ethical and professional issues designed for new lawyers in fulfillment of phase 1 of the Basic Skills Coure Requirement. The Florida Supreme Court in The Florida Bar Re: Amendment to Rules Regulating The Florida Bar, Rule 6-12 (Basic Skills Course Requirement, 524 So. 2d 634 (Fla. 1988), made Practicing with Professionalism, mandatory for attorneys admitted to The Florida Bar after October 1, 1988. Effective on May 12, 2005, the Supreme Court of Florida amended Rule 6-12.3 and Rule 6-12.4. These amended rules state that in addition to attending Practicing with Professionalism, new admittees must attend three "basic" level substantive continuing legal education programs presented by the YLD. The Basic Skills Course Requirement must be completed within the initial 3-year continuing legal education cycle after admission to The Florida Bar or within 2 years after the expiration of any exempt status. The Practicing with Professionalism requirement must be met within the first year of admission to The Florida Bar or one year prior to being admitted to The Florida Bar. Out-of-State Practitioners, Military lawyers and Governmental lawyers may be exempt from the Basic Skills Course Requirement and should refer to Rule 6-12.4 to determine eligibility for an exemption
  
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2063R
Basic Family Law 2015
A basic overview of Family Law intended for the new lawyer or for lawyers new to the practice area. This is a full day seminar with topics to include alimony, child support, paternity, attorney's fees, children's issues, equitable distribution, practice and procedure, alternative dispute resolution, ethics and professionalism.
  
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2071R
2015 Trial Advocacy Workshop
Join us at the 2015 Trial Advocacy Workshop! Improve your trial skills while preparing and presenting a family law case from beginning to end. The Program offers a two-track option (choose between a child-related issues case or a financial issues case – all effort will be made to accommodate your selection, but register early for the best selection!). The Trial Advocacy Workshop provides you with individualized attention within your small group; ALL workshop leaders are Florida Bar Board Certified Marital & Family Law Attorneys. Those attendees in the child-related issues track will receive the expert viewpoints of licensed psychologists, and the financial issues track attendees will get on-the-spot guidance from licensed accountants. Change the way you approach trials and improve your performance exponentially. Completion of the Trial Advocacy Workshop fulfills one of the trials required for application to become board certified in marital and family law.
  
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2073R
2015 Survey of Florida Law
This is a collection of audio recordings from various seminars that took place during the 2015-2015 Florida Bar fiscal year.
  
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2074R
Advanced Asset Protection
"This is a first time 2 day program, and attendees can choose to attend one or both days. Day one is a comprehensive Fundamentals Day designed to provide a well balanced introduction/refresher and Day Two will be advanced and well suited for experienced practitioners, and also beginners who have attended the first day.
  
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2076R
FLORIDA ESTATE AND REAL ESTATE LAW FOR THE OUT-OF-STATE PRACTITIONER

  
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2085
The Florida Bar Administrative Law Section Public Utilities Law Committee in cooperation with the Florida Chapter of the Federal Communications Bar Association present Solving the Puzzles: Updates on Net Neutrality, Public Records, Negotiated Rules, and Cyber Security
This Program Explores Issues Affecting Public Utilities, Telecommunications and Utility Regulation. The Focus is on Net Neutrality and the Federal re-regulation of telecommunications, Public Records, and Cybersecurity. In addition, the Program Considers a Novel and Successful Negotiated Rulemaking at the Department of Health, that Could Be Useful in Other State Agencies.
  
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2087R
State Agencies and the Legislature A State Attorney's Office and Legislative Perspective
This one credit-hour webinar is designed to cover the relationship between an agency and the Florida Legislature. While specifically from a state attorney’s office perspective, topics pertain to legislative processes and issues that affect all state agencies.
  
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2094R
Audio Webcast: Cyber and Data Risks, Breaches, and Insurance What You and Your Clients Don’t Know, Will Hurt You!
Do you not know the difference between a cyber and a data breach, or the differences between an “incident” and a “reported breach”? Do you not know that Florida has one of the nation’s most stringent incident reporting laws, or what that law’s requirements are and how they WILL affect you, your law firm, and your clients? Or think your average E&O or CGL insurance policies will protect you or your clients? Then, YOU NEED TO ATTEND the RPPTL’s “Cyber and Data Risks, Breaches, and Insurance” Presentation. Since the number of cyber and data security incidents and the number of reported data breaches have swelled in recent years, it is only a matter of when, not if, a data breach will happen to you, your client, or your firm, whether you be large or small and no matter the industry sector. This CLE Presentation will cover the latest breach trends that are occurring in several industries; some of the best practices and strategies for preparing for, and responding to, cyber and data breaches; the latest Florida breach and incident reporting and response laws; the growing insurance policies that are recommended and often necessary to protect your clients and your practice from excessive liability of cyber and data breaches; and the ethical duties and responsibilities an attorney has to his clients to protect and advise them of the emerging risks of cyber and data breaches and their resulting liability.
  
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2100
Public Interest Law Section 2015 Webinar Series
The Public Interest Law section introduces its first three part webinar series providing Florida practitioners a 50 minute in-depth presentation on important topics in public interest law: an exhaustive look at civil indigency affidavits , restoration of civil rights, and hot topics in veterans benefits law
  
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