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Entertainment Arts and Sports Law Section
Entertainment Arts & Sports Law Section 2014 Audio Webcast Series - AUDIO CD
Earn CLE credit while sitting at your desk during your lunch hour. The November 10th program on Adult Film Law - Representing the Client Producing Adult Films in Florida will include a short primer on obscenity laws, 18 U.S.C. 2257 (The Traci Lords Law) and current legal issues facing the adult film producer. The December 1st program on Copyright and Trademark Law Update will include discussions of cases decided this year, including: American Broadcasting Companies, Inc. v. Aereo, Inc., 134 S.Ct. 2498 (2014); Petrella v. Metro-Goldwyn Mayer, 134 S.Ct. 1962 (2014); and Pom Wonderful LLC v. The Coca–Cola Company, 134 S.Ct 2228 (2014). 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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Environmental & Land Use Law Section
Hot Topics in Environmental Practice
I. Natural Gas Pipelines in Florida (taken from 1616R) 47 minute presentation Timothy Riley, Hopping Green & Sam Al Taylor, Williams Gas Pipeline/Gulfstream Natural Gas at Williams Company II. Air Update: New NAAQS, Boiler MACT, and More (taken from 1616R) 42 minute presentation Robert C. McCann, Jr., Golder Associates, Inc. David S. Dee, Gardner, Bist, Wiener, Wadsworth, Bowden, Bush, Dee, LaVia & Wright, P.A. III. Swamps & Sinkholes - an ETHICS Update for Land Use and Environmental Lawyers (taken from 1427R) 34 minute presentation Kenneth A. Tinkler, Carlton Fields Total program / presentation time: 123 minutes
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Large Scale Restoration: Opportunities in Florida
I. Large-Scale Restoration I: The Gulf of Mexico (taken from 1616R) 39 minute presentation John Henry Hankinson, Jr., Former Executive Director, Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration Task Force Janet E. Bowman, The Nature Conservancy II. Large-Scale Restoration II: The Everglades (taken from 1616R) 54 minute presentation Gregory M. Munson, Department of Environmental Protection Shannon A. Estenoz, U.S. Department of the Interior Eric Draper, Audubon Florida Total program / presentation time: 93 minutes
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2013 ELULS Annual Update - Audio CD Only
This course provides a comprehensive update for environmental & land use law.
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2013 ELULS Annual Update
This course provides a comprehensive update for environmental & land use law.
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2013 Ethical Challenges for the Environmental Lawyer and Consultant - Audio CD Only (This presentation is also included in 2013 ELULS Annual Update Audio CD - 1617C)
This presentation addresses ethical challenges for the environmental lawyer and consultant: situational ethics - circumstances and ethical responsiblities; ethics, legalities, and implications of data reporting; environmental industry case study evlauations; ethical conundrums with emerging chemicals.
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2014 ELULS Annual Update - Audio CD Only
This course provides a comprehensive update for environmental & land use law
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2014 ELULS Annual Update
This course provides a comprehensive update for environmental & land use law.
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2014 Ethical Challenges for the Environmental Lawyer & Consultant - Audio CD Sale Only This presentation is also included in the 2014 ELULS Annual Update Audio CD 1905
Ethical challenges for environmental attorneys and consultants including rules governing ethical practices
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7th Annual Ethics Seminar Maintaining Personal and Professional Integrity In An Ethically Challenged World
The program focus is on the importance of ethics in decision-making. Many of the seminar examples are related to ethical challenges
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Agricultural Law Update
This seminar will cover estate planning for landowners post ATRA 2012; employment laws affecting farm operations; ethics of real estate practice in farm land sales; agricultural legislative update and the future of agriculture in Florida.
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At the Agencies: Key Information for ELULS Practitioners
I. Administrative Law Update (taken from 1427R) 33 minute presentation Mary F. Smallwood, GrayRobinson, P.A. II. General Counsel Roundable (taken from 1427R) 69 minute presentation Moderator: Timothy J. Center, Collins Center Thomas M. Beason, Department of Environmental Protection Harold G. "Bud" Vielhauer, Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission David L. Jordan, Department of Economic Opportunity John W. Costigan, Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services Timothy A. Smith, St. Johns River Water Management District Total program / presentation time: 102 minutes
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Emerging Trends on the Development Front for Environmental, Land Use and Real Estate Practitioners

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Environmental and Land Use Law Audio Webcast Series 2014
The Florida Bar Environmental and Land Use Law Section is pleased to announce the 2014 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. There is a discount for ordering the entire series.
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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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Secrets of CDDs: Unveiling the Mysteries and Unlocking the Possibilities
The goal of the seminar is to provide a comprehensive understanding of the Community Development Districts within Florida. Then seminar will start with a primer on community Development Districts ("CDD"), why and how CDDs are created. The seminar will then move to CDD issues and a practitioner should consider when contemplating a real estate transaction. An underwriter and bond counsel will discuss current and future trends of the bond market and bond market impacts on CDD transactions. A panel presentation will analyze issues of a failing/failed real estate project; when and how projects can be restructured in today's economy. We will close with a future trends presentation and a discussion of ethical considerations a practitioner should address regarding CDDs.
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What You Need to Know About Current Environmental and Land Use Law Issues

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Family Law Section
2013 Case Law Update: Stay Up to Date and Learn About Recent Developments and Notable Decisions in Family Law That Will Impact Your Practice
Join Eddie Stephens, Esq.,as he provides an update of Florida case law published during 2013 on the following topics: Alimony Parenting Relocation Exclusive Use and Possession of Marital Home Equitable Distribution Child Support Paternity Enforcement Modification Attorney’s Fees Procedure Contempt Imputation of Income Ethics
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2014 Case Law Update: Stay up to Date and Learn about Recent Developments and Notable Decisions in Family Law that Will Impact your Practice
Join Eddie Stephens, Esq., Ralph T. White, Esq., and Bonnie Sockel-Stone, Esq. as they provide an update of published Florida family law since January 1, 2014. This two hour presentation will include a discussion of recent case law tackling a wide-range of topics, including, but not limited to, alimony, parenting, relocation, equitable distribution, child support, paternity, enforcement, modification, attorney’s fees, contempt, procedure, and ethics.
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Affairs of State: His State, Her State, Home State - Dealing with UCCJEA & UIFSA Issues In Family Law Cases
This program provides an overview of the UCCJEA & UIFSA, conflicts between the Acts, relevant and pertinent case law, practice tips and pointers from the knowledgeable speakers, and an opportunity to engage in a Question and Answer session with the speakers. This program’s focus relates to issues every family attorney needs to know and will provide a comprehensive overview and discussion for participants. Don't miss your opportunity to learn about these often complex and difficult issues in your family law practice!
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Building Your Law Practice
This program focuses on the fundamental considerations for starting, developing, or growing a family law practice. It is applicable both to attorneys interested in hanging their own shingle and to those attorneys who wish to develop their practice while working in an established firm. The program will provide an opportunity to hear from and interact with some of the most successful and distinguished family law attorneys throughout the State of Florida. Don’t miss your opportunity to learn about these critical issues facing every family lawyer’s career.
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Collaborative Practice: Staying out of the Briar Patch-Identifying and Dealing with Expected and Unexpected Issues in the Collaborative Process
In this program, Attorney Nancy Harris will be dealing with the issues of difficult clients and obstacles that attorneys may confront during a collaborative divorce process. Lana Stern, Ph.D., will provide and demonstrate insight as to how the neutral mental health professional can be used to assist the parties and attorneys in communicating, keeping the parties engaged in the collaborative process when matters get heated, and understanding the psychological dynamics that may assist or detract from reaching settlement in the case. Finally, Adam T. Magill, MBA, CBA, CVA, MAFF will provide insights as to how to best use a neutral financial professional to deal with contradictory financial claims between the parties and in proposing creative options for people whose goals may be rather unrealistic or far apart. Regardless of your experience or training in collaborative law, this course will provide insights and tools that can be used in both collaborative and non-collaborative divorce cases.
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Divorce Over 60
This seminar will provide family law attorneys with the information they need to be aware of when handling cases involving elderly clients. The topics to be addressed are public benefits, alimony and its relationship with public benefits, support unconnected with dissolution, Social Security issues, Veteran's benefits, mental capacity, guardianship and other relevant topics.
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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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Guardian Ad Litem or Attorney Ad Litem: Making Informed Decisions About the Lives of Children
A guardian ad litem has a unique relationship with a child or children that is created by a court order only for the duration of a legal action. A guardian ad litem acts in the child’s best interests as next friend of the child, investigator or evaluator, but not as an attorney or advocate for the child. Guardians ad litem can be appointed in divorces, child neglect and abuse cases and paternity suits. Attorneys at litem represent children is the same proceedings, but are advocates and therefore, legal representatives arguing the children's wishes. Learn the differences and how these court appointed experts can assist in difficult cases.
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HOW NOT TO GET BEATEN UP IN DOMESTIC VIOLENCE COURT
This seminar will provide an in-depth discussion of relevant topics in the area of domestic violence law, including the effects and implications of domestic violence cases in other domestic relations, criminal, and immigration law proceedings. This seminar will also cover evidentiary and ethical issues that arise in domestic violence proceedings. In addition, there will be a panel discussion comprised of judges from throughout the State of Florida. Attendees will also be invited to participate in a Q&A session. A portion of the Section's share of the net proceeds from this seminar will be donated to The Honorable Judge Amy Karan Legacy Fund benefitting domestic violence programs as established by The Women's Fund of Miami-Dade.
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Keeping Up with Changing Times: Same-Sex Issues and Beyond in Your Family Law Practice
This seminar will address new and cutting-edge topics, including assisted reproductive technology, second parent adoption, and cohabitation agreements and domestic partnership agreements. It will also provide family law practitioners with a case law update relevant to these areas.
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