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Hooked on CLE: August 2022

Contains material from Apr 2022 to Jun 2022

Hooked on CLE: August 2022
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The course was good & offered lots of practical guidance for use in practice. The speaker on When the FBI Comes Knocking was a little dry but overall CLE bundle was great.

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THIS MONTH: Guardianships: Ripped from the Headlines • Title IX: The First 50 Years • When the FBI Comes Knocking (or No-knocking) • Beyond Contract Negotiation: Assessing Risk and Asking the Right Questions • ​Initial Client Meeting Guidance and Resources

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  • Total Credit Hours:
  • 4.00 | 1.00 ethics
  • Credit Info
  • TX, CA
  • TX MCLE credit expires: 7/31/2023

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1. Guardianships: Ripped from the Headlines (Jun 2022)

John B. Henry III

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Guardianships: Ripped from the Headlines (Jun 2022)

An exploration of the development of the law regarding conservatorships and protective proceedings. This presentation explores lessons learned from recent and famous guardianship/conservatorships in the news with practical considerations for Texas guardianship practitioners.

Originally presented: May 2022 Guardianships: Ripped from the Headlines

John B. Henry III, Law Office of John B. Henry, III, PLLC - Bellaire, TX

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2. Title IX: The First 50 Years (Apr 2022)

Lisa A. Brown, Jackie Gharapour Wernz

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Title IX: The First 50 Years (Apr 2022)

In 1972, Congress enacted Title IX, ushering in a new era of equity in education. Prior to Title IX, just 30,000 women participated in NCAA sports compared to 170,000 men, and women earned less than 10 percent of all law degrees. Two long-time practitioners survey the major events of the last 50 years and discuss anticipated developments, including proposed amendments to Title IX’s regulations.

Originally presented: Feb 2022 School Law Conference

Lisa A. Brown, Thompson & Horton LLP - Houston, TX
Jackie Gharapour Wernz, Thompson & Horton LLP - Dallas, TX

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3. When the FBI Comes Knocking (or No-knocking) (May 2022)

Peter B. Haskel

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When the FBI Comes Knocking (or No-knocking) (May 2022)

What are the initial ethical considerations for attorneys; what are the key steps they should consider; and what are the ethical and practical standards governing all lawyers, public and private. Presenting from Lewes, DE.
 

Originally presented: Apr 2022 Land Use Conference

Peter B. Haskel, Bojorquez Law Firm, PC - Austin, TX

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4. Beyond Contract Negotiation: Assessing Risk and Asking the Right Questions (Jun 2022)

Patrick K. Johnson, Debra L. Placette

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Beyond Contract Negotiation: Assessing Risk and Asking the Right Questions (Jun 2022)

Why is a clause meaningful in one situation and not in another? How do you avoid “over lawyering” clauses when it's unnecessary? Hear from both an outside and inside counsel's perspective on how each assesses risk and asks the right questions to get to the most effective contract for both parties.

Originally presented: Apr 2022 Corporate Counsel Institute

Patrick K. Johnson, Bracewell LLP - Houston, TX
Debra L. Placette, USAA - San Antonio, TX

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5. Initial Client Meeting Guidance and Resources (Apr 2022)

Benecia Flores

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Initial Client Meeting Guidance and Resources (Apr 2022)

Exploring the art of focusing client appointments and staying on track.

Originally presented: Feb 2022 Special Needs Trusts

Benecia Flores, Petrosewicz Law Firm, P.C. - Richmond, TX