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Hooked on CLE: June 2020

Contains material from Jun 2019 to May 2020

Hooked on CLE: June 2020
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Excellent. While I groaned at Browning's 4:20 joke, be assured I will use it myself … with no attribution.

Thoroughly enjoyed all of the topics presented,but especially the family & immigration law one since I have zero exposure to that practice area. All of the presenters were engaging and their senses of humor were most appreciated.

Very well presented and infomative.

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THIS MONTH: COVID-19 Financial Risk Mitigation Tools • Protecting that Elusive Community Character: What Can We Still Do? • Crisis Response Strategies for In-House Counsel • Ethics in Negotiation – Making Offers They Can’t Refuse Without Being Don Corleone • Family-Based and Citizenship Cases in the Age of Enforcement • The Law of Marketing

Includes: Video Audio Paper Slides

  • Total Credit Hours:
  • 4.00 | 1.00 ethics
  • Credit Info
  • TX, CA
  • TX MCLE credit expires: 5/31/2021

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1. COVID-19 Financial Risk Mitigation Tools (Mar 2020)

Leslie C. Thorne

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54 mins
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Session 1 — 54 mins, credit 1.00
COVID-19 Financial Risk Mitigation Tools (Mar 2020)

A primer on how companies can protect themselves from the financial consequences of COVID-19 through the strategic use of insurance and force majeure clauses.

Originally presented at: Mar 2020 COVID-19 Financial Risk Mitigation Tools

Leslie C. Thorne, Haynes and Boone, LLP - Austin, TX

2. Protecting that Elusive Community Character: What Can We Still Do? (May 2020)

Matthew Goebel

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33 mins
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31 mins
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Session 2 — 33 mins, credit 0.50
Protecting that Elusive Community Character: What Can We Still Do? (May 2020)

The planner’s toolbox for shaping and protecting community character has undergone some dramatic shifts in recent years, especially in Texas, where the legislature has curtailed the use of once-standard approaches. What’s the current status of some of our most effective placemaking tools? Who’s doing a good job defining and protecting that elusive “community character”? Take a look at the current state of form-based codes, historic preservation, design review, and other placemaking tools to explore what’s been effective, what’s changed, and what’s on the horizon in this new legal landscape.

Originally presented at: Apr 2020 Land Use Conference

Matthew Goebel, Clarion Associates - Denver, CO

3. Crisis Response Strategies for In-House Counsel (Oct 2019)

Matthew Paulson

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47 mins
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Session 3 — 47 mins, credit 0.75 | 0.50 ethics
Crisis Response Strategies for In-House Counsel (Oct 2019)

Whether a major industrial accident, a crippling cyber attack, or any other major corporate crisis, in-house counsel play a critical role in managing their organization’s response. From ensuring appropriate evidence preservation, interviewing witnesses and managing the company’s response to government investigations, to anticipating potential litigation, responding to media inquiries and assessing strategic risk, perhaps no other situation asks more from in-house legal departments. Review strategies and best practices for effectively managing the diverse array of responsibilities thrust upon in-house counsel in the wake of a major incident.

Originally presented at: Sep 2019 Gas and Power Institute

Matthew Paulson, Bracewell LLP - Austin, TX

4. Ethics in Negotiation – Making Offers They Can’t Refuse Without Being Don Corleone (Dec 2019)

Patricia Baron Tomasco

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26 mins
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26 mins
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Session 4 — 26 mins, credit 0.50 | 0.50 ethics
Ethics in Negotiation – Making Offers They Can’t Refuse Without Being Don Corleone (Dec 2019)

In the aftermath of recent news of lawyers being indicted for extortion in the negotiation process and recent bankruptcy court decisions referring lawyers to the authorities, explore the contours of ethical negotiations, illegal extortion, and bankruptcy bribery.

Originally presented at: Nov 2019 Bankruptcy Conference

Patricia Baron Tomasco, Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, LLP - Houston, TX

5. Family-Based and Citizenship Cases in the Age of Enforcement (Nov 2019)

Analí Looper, Irene G. Mugambi

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45 mins
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Session 5 — 45 mins, credit 0.75
Family-Based and Citizenship Cases in the Age of Enforcement (Nov 2019)

Review current trends in family-based and citizenship cases. Explore best practices in preparing these cases and representing clients during their interview.
 

Originally presented at: Oct 2019 Fundamentals of Immigration and Nationality Law

Analí Looper, American Gateways - Waco, TX
Irene G. Mugambi, Law Office of Irene G. Mugambi P.C. - Dallas, TX

6. The Law of Marketing (Jun 2019)

John G. Browning

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Session 6 — 30 mins, credit 0.50
The Law of Marketing (Jun 2019)

Examine the legal implications of marketing and advertising on social media platforms, including regulatory oversight by the FTC and other agencies, as well as the status of social media posts as corporate speech.

Originally presented at: May 2019 Corporate Counsel Institute

John G. Browning, Passman & Jones - Dallas, TX

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