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01/27/2017
The Florida Bar Tech Show: Riding the Technology Wave

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Advanced Real Estate and Certification Review Course 2017

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02/03/2017
Representing the Physician: It is Harder Than It Looks

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02/10/2017
The Hidden Essentials of Appellate Law

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02/15/2017
Labor and Employment Law Section Audio Webcast Series 2016-2017 (2235R)
This 4-part series will cover ADA and website accessibility; wage and hour inspections by DOL; EEO Updates and Trends; and Social Media Under the Florida' Public Employees Relations Act.
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ADA and Website Accessibility of Labor and Employment Law Section Audio Webcast Series 2016-2017 (2235R)
The ADA Compliance Issue: What Happens When Websites and Apps Are Inaccessible? Are your clients’ websites accessible to individuals with disabilities? Most employment and labor lawyers, and lawyers in general, remain unaware of the new wave of litigation developing under Titles II and III of the Americans with Disabilities Act attacking the accessibility of the public websites of private companies and public/government agencies. The U.S. Department of Justice has long taken the position that websites of places of public accommodation need to be accessible for individuals with disabilities. With increasing frequency, the DOJ has pursued enforcement actions and regulatory development focused on making websites and, most recently, mobile applications accessible. These developments span virtually all major industries, including, among others: retail, real estate, hospitality and lodging, finance, sports/entertainment, and academia. Each member of the three-person panel will discuss the following specific areas related to these issues: Amanda Maisels, Deputy Chief of the Disability Rights Section of the DOJ, will address the differing court views on accessibility and the ADA, as well as cases the DOJ has brought; Cynthia N. Sass, Esquire of the Sass Law Firm, will discuss website accessibility litigation against business entities in the private sector; and Kara Noreika, a Technology Expert at AccSass Consulting, LLC, will discuss the technical aspects and steps necessary for websites and applications to meet the current compliance standards.
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02/17/2017
iLaw2017 The ILS Global Forum on International Law

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03/02/2017
Advanced Health Law Topics and Certification Review 2017
Those who have applied to take the 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 an/or Certifiction committees. Those who have developed the program, however, have signiificant experience in their field and have tried to include topics the exam may cover. Candidates for certification who take this course should not assume that the course materials will cover all topics on the examination.
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03/03/2017
2017 Litigation and Trust Law Symposium

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03/07/2017
Handling Wage & Hour Inspections by the DOL of Labor and Employment Law Section Audio Webcast Series 2016-2017
In this audio webcast, the speaker will discuss the rules and law relating to DOL inspections, and offer strategies for employers. The speaker will also address how plaintiff’s counsel can work in conjunction with the DOL in prosecuting employee claims under the FLSA.
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03/16/2017
2017 Advanced Construction Law Certification Review Course

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10th Annual Construction Law Institute

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04/11/2017
Labor and Employment Law Section Audio Webcast Series 2016-2017
In this audio webcast, Heather Owen will discuss the evolving goals of the EEOC and how its positions are being addressed by the courts. This session will cover the EEOC’s administrative actions, emerging law relating to pregnancy discrimination, LGBT and gender discrimination, and religious and disability discrimination.
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04/21/2017
Putting the "Pro" in Professionalism
This symposium will focus on developing professionalism from within through soft skills training. The cost for attendance will include presentations on emotional intelligence, impression management, mindfulness, and DISC facilitation (with a personal 20+ page DISC behavioral assessment). During the DISC facilitation, you will discover your behavioral style, why you think and act the way that you do and learn strategies using your assessment to better lead and work with others who may be different than you. The symposium will include lunch, as well as the presentation of several professionalism awards during an evening cocktail mixer.
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05/02/2017
Labor and Employment Law Section Audio Webcast Series 2016-2017
In this audio webcast, speakers Stephen A. Meck and Gregg Morton will discuss some significant PERC decisions within the global background of social media in labor law set by the NLRB.
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06/16/2017
Workers' Compensation Trial Advocacy Workshop
Whether you are a recent graduate or a seasoned professional, The Trial Advocacy Workshop will change the way you approach trials, improving your performance exponentially. The trial, conducted by participants, will include issues involving the “fraud defense,” the applicability of the Daubert Standard, the applicability of major contributing cause and the use or exclusion of various forms of evidence. This is a hands-on-program limited to 24 attorney participants. The focus of the program includes application of the Rules of Evidence, direct and cross examination of expert and lay witnesses and trial strategy. THIS PROGRAM IS NOT OFFERED EVERY YEAR AND THE 24 SLOTS FILL UP EARLY. Over 300 lawyers have experience this program which was endorsed by DEPUTY Chief Judge David W. Langham, OJCC. “The fact that this program exists is a tribute to you and the rest of the faculty. I regret that this program was not available when I was beginning my life as a young litigator. However, it appears to me that there is significant value in this program even for experienced litigators. I concluded that, with the possible exception of a Board Certification Review Course years ago, I have never been to a more practical, effective continuing education opportunity.”
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