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12/04/2014
Basic Labor & Employment 2014
A basic overview of Labor and Employment Law intended for the new lawyer or lawyers new to the practice area. Topics to include Title VII and FCRA Overview, Anti-Discrimination and Anti-Harassment Laws, Retaliation & Whistleblowing,Fair Labor Standards Act & Overtime, Family & Medical Leave Act, American with Disabilities Act, State Law Claims, Non-Competes and Separations, and National Labor Relations Law Act.
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12/05/2014
Criminal Law Update
***Satisfies new Rule 3.113 minimum standards in felony cases requirements (Brady and Giglio)***
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12/12/2014
Probate Law 2014 Seminar
This seminar is intended to provide practitioners with useful insight and information pertinent to handling Florida probate proceedings. Speakers will focus on serving as legal counsel to personal representatives and dealing with unique and complicated issues in a Florida probate, such as bank accounts of nondomiciliaries, lost heirs, community property, bizarre assets, and homestead mistakes. Other topics include deciphering the current rights of same-sex couples in the probate context, a summary of tax issues that practitioners must be mindful of in the probate process, and a primer on dealing with creditor claims under current Florida law. The seminar also includes a session on the murky and often emotionally-charged issue of dealing with a decedent’s remains, followed by a valuable and informative probate case law and legislative update. The seminar will conclude with an ethics presentation focused on avoiding pitfalls during the estate administration process.
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