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Advanced Health Law Topics and Certification Review 2014
Those who have applied to take t he certification exam may find this course to be a useful tool in preparing for the exam. It is developed and conducted without any involvement or endorsement by the BLSE and/or Certification committees. Those who have developed the program, however, have significant experience in their field and have tried to include topics the exam may cover. Candidates for certificatio who take this course should not assume that the course materials will cover all topics on the examination.
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The Affordable Care Act and Worker's Compensation
Part 1 covers the requirements and implementation of the Affordable Care Act. Part 2 covers its expected impacts on Florida workers' compensation.
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5th Annual Intellectual Property Symposium
This event is the must-attend event of the year for intellectual property practitioners throughout the state.  The Symposium combines a full day of top-notch intellectual property continuing legal education credit with the opportunity to network with colleagues from throughout the state.  On Thursday, the Intellectual Property Committee holds a committee meeting, followed by a dinner speaker that is not to be missed.  There’s something for everyone — speakers will cover copyright, trademark, patent, and cross-disciplinary topics at an advanced level — a huge help to anyone seeking or maintaining board certification in Intellectual Property law.
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The Art of Objecting: A Trial Lawyer's Guide to Preserving Error for Appeal
This course is designed to assist trial and appellate counsel in determining when and how to make sufficient objections to preserve error for appeal. The course will cover every phase of the trial, beginning with pleadings and ending with post-trial motions. The course will primarily be taught by judges from Florida’s District Courts of Appeal, who will provide practitioners with unique insights into common preservation pitfalls and traps for the unwary.
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7th Annual Construction Law Institute
This two day advanced course will cover the following topics: analysis of project delivery systems; public private partnerships; current e-discovery trends in litigation and technology; privileges and attorney work product; changes in the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure Regarding E-Discovery; controlling general conditions; iPads for construction lawyers; advanced lien law; licensing issues for different delivery systems; drafting considerations and case studies for green building; legislative & case law update; ethical considerations in construction cases.
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Advanced Construction Law Certification Review Course

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Evidence: A Family Law Practitioner’s Winning Game Plan
This seminar will provide a practical and focused approach to dealing with evidentiary issues in a family law case. The discussion will include how to choose the most effective evidence, how to organize your evidence, how to present your evidence, and how to effectively object to your opponent’s evidence in a family law matter. This seminar will also include what evidence can be utilized in rehearings and new trials. Additionally, this seminar will cover the latest changes in the Daubert standard with expert opinions, and the shifting landscape of digital evidence.
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Hot Topics in Evidence - 2014
This one day seminar has been designed to appeal to civil, criminal, and appellate practitioners. Those in attendance will benefit from a thorough discussion of the latest developments in Florida evidence law, and an exploration of difficult, recurring evidentiary issues.
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Basic Appellate Practice 2014
A basic overview of appellate practice in Florida intended for the new attorney or attorneys new to the practice.
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Roads and Sewers and Drainage Oh My! Implied Warranties Post-Maronda Homes
The webinar will provide a procedural and factual history of the Florida Supreme Court’s decision in Maronda Homes, Inc. of Florida v. Lakeview Reserve Homeowners Association, Inc. The speakers will review the history of common law implied warranties from Gable v. Silver to Maronda. They will also review the impact of Maronda on Section 553.835, Florida Statutes, which the legislature enacted to abrogate all common law implied warranties for “off site improvements.” Finally, the speakers will discuss the current status of common law implied warranties after Maronda and Section 553.835.
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Advanced Administrative and Government Practice Seminar 2014
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The Ins & Outs of Community Association Law 2014

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Litigation and Trust Law Symposium 2014

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Basic Federal Practice 2014
A basic overview of Federal Practice intended for the new attorney or for attorneys new to the practice area. Topics to include Trial Advocay and Cross-Examination, Discovery and E-Discovery, Motions for Summary Judgment, Role of the U.S. Magistrate, Practical Aspects of the Federal Rules, Trial Preparation and Strategies and Ethics. NOTICE TO ALL BAR MEMBERS WITHIN THEIR FIRST THREE (3) YEARS OF ADMISSION: Pursuant to Rule 6-12.1(b), Rules Regulating The Florida Bar, you are required to complete three (3) “Basic” level substantive CLE courses presented by the Young Lawyers Division within your initial 3 year cycle after admission to The Florida Bar. (This is in addition to your attendance at the Practicing With Professionalism Seminar). This seminar satisfies one (1) of the course requirements. Effective March 6, 2010, new lawyers or members that have not yet completed their three Basic CLE course component of the Basic Skills Course Requirement (BSCR), Rule 6-12, Rules Regulating The Florida Bar, will be able to fulfill this requirement either by attend­ing a live Basic CLE presentation or participating in the 24/7 on-line CLE version of the Basic program and obtaining a certificate of completion. This on-line CLE option will replace the previously offered video replays. Live webcasts/virtual seminars, audio-CD and video-DVD programs will not satisfy this requirement. You can register for upcoming live seminars or participate in the 24/7 On-line CLE at your convenience and any time, 24 hours a day, by accessing The Florida Bar CLE website at The in-person attendance requirement for Practicing with Professionalism has not changed. This expanded delivery method option for satisfying the BSCR only affects those attorneys who have not yet completed the BSCR.
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Advanced Labor Topics 2014

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