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Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender (LGBT) Rights in the Workplace: A Changing Environment Audio Webcast
The first of three audio webcasts fo the 2013-2014 Labor and Employment Law Audio Webcast Series will discuss LGBT rights in the workplace. The entire series is available on audio cd, after March 14, 2014, for a reduced rate.
  
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All Aboard! A Primer on the Railway Labor Act Audio Webcast
The second of three audio webcasts fo the 2013-2014 Labor and Employment Law Audio Webcast Series will discuss a primer on the Railway Labor Act. The entire series is available on audio cd, after March 14, 2014, for a reduced rate.
  
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1768R
Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) Primer for the Employment Practitioner Audio Webcast
The third of three audio webcasts fo the 2013-2014 Labor and Employment Law Audio Webcast Series will discuss ERISA primer for the employment practitioner. The entire series is available on audio cd, after March 14, 2014, for a reduced rate.
  
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Practicing with Professionalism Fall 2014
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 Course 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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1778R
2014 ELULS Annual Update
This course provides a comprehensive update for environmental & land use law.
  
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1780R
Workers' Compensation Law Survey: Misrepresentation
A comprehensive examination of the statutes dealing with misrepresentation and the appellate decisions interpreting those sections of the law. The discussion includes the requisite elements of intent, provides insight into specific procedural and substantive requirements for attorneys litigating these matters, and discusses how Judges of Compensation Claims view and rule on this affirmative defense.
  
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Environmental and Land Use Law Audio Webcast Series 2015
The Florida Bar Environmental and Land Use Law Section is pleased to announce the 2015 audio webcast series. Over the course of five months, we will provide an easy and affordable manner to earn CLE credits (including ethics credit) and listen to presentations on environmental and land use hot topics by some of the top lawyers in the state, all from the comfort of your home or office.
  
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1804C
Labor & Employment Law Section Audio Webcast Series 2014 - 2015 - AUDIO CD
Earn CLE credit while sitting at your desk. You may pay a reduced price for the AUDIO CD of the 2014 - 2015 Labor and Employment Law Audio Webcast Series, which will cover effective and ethical use of social media in employment litigation; the ins and outs of employee leave and accommodation under the FMLA, Title VII, and the ADA; what every employment lawyer should know about intellectual property law; working with expert witnesses throughout your employment law case; statistical evidence in employment law cases; and what every lawyer should know about litigating benefit claims.
  
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Practicing with Professionalism Spring 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 Course 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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1828R
Entertainment Arts & Sports Law Section Spring 2015 Audio Webcast Series
Earn CLE credit while sitting at your desk during your lunch hour. The Entertainment, Arts & Sports Law Section Spring 2015 audio webcast series will take place on March 9 and April 6, 2015. The March 9 program, social media evidence, authentication and admissibility, will discuss use of social media in litigation and best practice to avoid ethical pitfalls. The April 6 program, producer agreements in the new music industry, will discuss the nuts and bolts of the practical music business approach to crafting producer agreements, potential conflicts of interest, and potential ethical pitfalls in representing a producer. You may register for individual audio webcasts or pay a reduced price for the entire series live or on audio CD.
  
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1835R
That's Not What You Said! The Law of Estoppel in Real Estate Transactions

  
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1836R
Annual Civil Trial Update and Certification Review - 2015
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. The course has been approved for 15 hours of CLE certification credit for civil trial and 11.5 business litigation, including 2 hours of ethics credit. Also accredited are 14.25 Continuing Judicial Education hours, of which 1.75 are CJE Ethics hours in Fairness and Diversity Education.
  
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1840R
Masters of DUI - 2015
This year the Masters of DUI offers a wide range of topics intended to help the DUI practitioner overcome  the legal and scientific obstacles posed by the difficult case.  In addition, to the usual case law update and ethics panel, there is a heavy emphasis on trial tactics and navigating breath test evidence.  Presentations from experts in the science of breath testing will highlight the afternoon program along with an experts panel addressing Daubert issues.  Do not miss the opportunity to enhance your expertise!
  
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1841R
Basic Trial Practice 2015
This is a one day seminar designed for new lawyers or as a refresher course for established lawyers. Topics to include Litigation, Discovery, Jury Selection, Opening Statements, Witness Examination, Closing Arguments. The seminar will also include a judicial panel discussion
  
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E- Discovery in the 21st Century
The presentation will examine the Stored Communications Act (“SCA”) – a federal statute that governs the discoverability of e-mails and deleted e-mails maintained by public based internet service providers like Gmail, Yahoo and AOL – and one of the most recent court opinions construing that statute; explain how the SCA can be a barrier to discovering information residing on these accounts; and examine ways to potentially break that barrier and assist the practitioner in developing effective cloud based discovery approaches.
  
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