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Hooked on CLE: April 2024

Contains material from Jul 2023 to Feb 2024

Hooked on CLE: April 2024
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Very informative. Diverse topics.

These topics were really interesting, especially the ChatGPT and the musicians on tour information. It was difficult to hear audience questions when the audience member did not use a microphone. In these instances, it would be helpful to have the presenter repeat/ summarize the question before they respond. Thank you!!

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THIS MONTH: ChatGPT Ethics • On The Road Again: Legal Issues with Music Touring • Arbitration is NOT Litigation • Leasing and Real Estate Issues - Are We Prepared for the Office Apocalypse? • Leasing and Real Estate Issues - Are We Prepared for the Office Apocalypse? • What You Need to Know About the Corporate Transparency Act

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  • Total Credit Hours:
  • 4.00 | 1.00 ethics
  • Credit Info
  • TX, CA, PA
  • TX MCLE credit expires: 3/31/2025

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1. ChatGPT Ethics (Dec 2023)

Henson Adams, Dominique Baldwin

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ChatGPT Ethics (Dec 2023)

Topic description generated by ChatGPT: Using ChatGPT for legal purposes promises efficient information processing, yet raises ethical concerns including client confidentiality and the risk of providing inaccurate advice. It is paramount that attorneys ensure adequate supervision, maintain professional discretion, and stay vigilant about the tool's limitations to uphold their ethical obligations.

Originally presented: Oct 2023 Gas and Power Institute

Henson Adams, Haynes Boone, LLP - San Antonio, TX
Dominique Baldwin, Haynes Boone, LLP - Houston, TX

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2. On The Road Again: Legal Issues with Music Touring (Jan 2024)

Stephen Henderson, Vikram O. Kadiri, David Shotts

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On The Road Again: Legal Issues with Music Touring (Jan 2024)

Whether they’re taking an Econoline van or a Gulfstream private jet, your music clients are bound to have questions relating to their tours. From insurance coverage to crew agreements to immigration issues and more, discover what you need to know to advise your clients properly.

Originally presented: Nov 2023 Entertainment Law Institute

Stephen Henderson, Cassels Brock & Blackwell LLP - Toronto, ON
Vikram O. Kadiri, Bell Nunnally & Martin LLP - Dallas, TX
David Shotts, Marsh McLennan Agency - Dallas, TX

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3. Arbitration is NOT Litigation (Jul 2023)

David T. Lopez

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Arbitration is NOT Litigation (Jul 2023)

Arbitration is intended to be more prompt and less costly. All it takes is using it intelligently, collegially and differently from litigation. It is widely used in labor union contracts and is particularly suited for non-union employment conflicts. 

Originally presented: Jun 2023 Labor and Employment Law Conference

David T. Lopez, David T. Lopez & Assoc. - Houston, TX

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4. Leasing and Real Estate Issues - Are We Prepared for the Office Apocalypse? (Jan 2024)

Chad Husnick, Drew McManigle, Cynthia Nelson

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Leasing and Real Estate Issues - Are We Prepared for the Office Apocalypse? (Jan 2024)

The explosion of real estate-related restructuring during the Great Financial Crisis and, more recently, the retail restructuring boom highlighted a number of important issues related to lease and real estate restructuring, including “weaknesses” in the real estate financing structures and the difficulties of valuing property in the midst of a downturn. Discuss developments in law and practice relevant to the potential downturn facing the commercial real estate industry.

Originally presented: Nov 2023 Bankruptcy Conference

Chad Husnick, Kirkland & Ellis LLP - Chicago, IL
Drew McManigle, MACCO Restructuring Group, LLC - Houston, TX
Cynthia Nelson, FTI Consulting, Inc. - Los Angeles, CA

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5. What You Need to Know About the Corporate Transparency Act (Feb 2024)

John R. Strohmeyer

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What You Need to Know About the Corporate Transparency Act (Feb 2024)

Starting next year, the Corporate Transparency Act will require virtually every business entity formed or registered to do business in the U.S. to provide information about the people who ultimately own or control the entity. Be prepared to help your clients (and yourself!) comply with this important legislation.

Originally presented: Dec 2023 Estate Planning Workshop

John R. Strohmeyer, Strohmeyer Law PLLC - Houston, TX