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Hooked on CLE: June 2023

Contains material from Sep 2022 to May 2023

Hooked on CLE: June 2023
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The political slant of the first presentation has no place in mandatory CLE, especially in ethics credits. The copyright discussion was largely an entertaining free for all with knowledgeable speakers. Generally a good collection of presentations. Thanks.

Interesting presentations in a variety of areas of the law.

good presenters

I thought Michael Curry's "speech" was poor. The rest was good.

Great civics lesson on what lawyers can do for democracy under attack. Surviving spouse lecture was very thorough as far as engagement letters.

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Session 1: A Lawyer's Duty in a Democracy Under Attack - An examination of lawyers' duty to support the Constitution and democratic principles when they are being challenged. 

Session 2: What the Surviving Spouse Needs to Do, and What to Do if They Don’t - A practical discussion of the steps a surviving spouse can or should take when their spouse dies and what to do later if those steps are not taken.

Session 3: Medical Staff, Nursing Staff, and Patient Rights in a Post-COVID World - As we move past the pandemic into a post-public health emergency world, hospitals are contending with physician and nursing staffing shortages, changing trends in the use of physicians and advanced practice professionals on medical staffs, increasing violence by patients, and regulatory pressures. The speakers discuss these issues and options for responding to them.

Session 4: Artist Rights: The Future of the Copyright Royalty Board for Songwriters - ​This panel discusses the history and future of the U.S. Copyright Royalty Board, the federal agency that sets the royalty rate for the government’s compulsory licenses for songs and webcasting among other.

Session 5: Workers’ Comp 101: The Basics of the Workers’ Compensation System in Texas - An overview of the Workers’ Compensation System outlining the responsibilities of insurance carriers, employers, and self-insureds in the administration of work injuries in Texas.

Includes: Video Audio Paper Slides

  • Total Credit Hours:
  • 4.00 | 1.00 ethics
  • Credit Info
  • TX, CA
  • TX MCLE credit expires: 5/31/2025

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1. A Lawyer's Duty in a Democracy Under Attack (Apr 2023)

Michael Curry

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A Lawyer's Duty in a Democracy Under Attack (Apr 2023)

An examination of lawyers' duty to support the Constitution and democratic principles when they are being challenged. 

Originally presented: Apr 2023 First Friday Ethics (April 2023)

Michael Curry, Attorney-Mediator - Austin, TX

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2. What the Surviving Spouse Needs to Do, and What to Do if They Don’t (Sep 2022)

Glenn M. Karisch

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What the Surviving Spouse Needs to Do, and What to Do if They Don’t (Sep 2022)

A practical discussion of the steps a surviving spouse can or should take when their spouse dies and what to do later if those steps are not taken.

Originally presented: Aug 2022 Estate Planning, Guardianship and Elder Law Conference

Glenn M. Karisch, The Karisch Law Firm, PLLC - Austin, TX

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3. Medical Staff, Nursing Staff, and Patient Rights in a Post-COVID World (May 2023)

Doug Wolford, Hilary H. Young

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Medical Staff, Nursing Staff, and Patient Rights in a Post-COVID World (May 2023)

As we move past the pandemic into a post-public health emergency world, hospitals are contending with physician and nursing staffing shortages, changing trends in the use of physicians and advanced practice professionals on medical staffs, increasing violence by patients, and regulatory pressures. The speakers discuss these issues and options for responding to them. 

Originally presented: Apr 2023 Health Law Conference

Doug Wolford, Holland & Knight - Nashville, TN
Hilary H. Young, Joy & Young LLP - Austin, TX

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4. Artist Rights: The Future of the Copyright Royalty Board for Songwriters (Apr 2023)

Christian L. Castle, Susan Chertkof, Clark Miller, Abby North

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Artist Rights: The Future of the Copyright Royalty Board for Songwriters (Apr 2023)

This panel discusses the history and future of the U.S. Copyright Royalty Board, the federal agency that sets the royalty rate for the government’s compulsory licenses for songs and webcasting among other.

Originally presented: Apr 2023 Artist Rights: The Future of the Copyright Royalty Board for Songwriters

Christian L. Castle, Christian L. Castle - Austin, TX
Susan Chertkof, The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) - Washington, DC
Clark Miller, Clark Miller Consulting LLC - New York, NY
Abby North, North Music Group LLC - Los Angeles, CA

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5. Workers’ Comp 101: The Basics of the Workers’ Compensation System in Texas (Apr 2023)

Dan Price

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Workers’ Comp 101: The Basics of the Workers’ Compensation System in Texas (Apr 2023)

An overview of the Workers’ Compensation System outlining the responsibilities of insurance carriers, employers, and self-insureds in the administration of work injuries in Texas.

Originally presented: Feb 2023 School Law Conference

Dan Price, Shanley Price, LLP - Austin, TX