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Earn 1 Ethics Credt, 1 Bias Credit and 1 Competence Issues Credit for a discounted price!

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Ethical Ways to Deal with Toxic Clients

Date Published: January 27, 2012

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Some clients threaten to sue us or complain to the State Bar if we don't waive our fees. Others make unreasonable demands, get abusive, or perhaps refuse to sign settlement papers. Whatever the behavior, such clients present difficult ethics issues, either as we continue to represent them or as we withdraw from the case. Jerry and Mary discuss how to deal with a variety of clients gone bad.

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Sexual Orientation Bias In and Out of the Courtroom

Date Published: January 31, 2013

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This program will provide participants with one hour of required specialty credits for elimination of bias by looking at society’s shifting attitudes towards the LGBT community, and how to make sure you are addressing these changes inside and outside of the courtroom to ensure the best possible representation of your clients. The program will include a brief overview of LGBT history, including how “gay” looked historically, as well as an up-to-date look at LGBT individuals and how increased visibility is challenging antiquated stereotypes. After a touching briefly on results November’s election, key LGBT legislation and cases currently pending before the United States Supreme Court, the program will provide practical tips for interacting with colleagues, clients, jurors and judges to help you avoid inadvertently offending friends, family and members of the LGBT community.

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Alcohol: A weapon of mass destruction

Date Published: January 26, 2012

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Alcohol is the most destructive drug on the planet. It's acute toxicity is vastly underestimated, especially by college-age young people. It's subtle ability to addict a predictable portion of the population may be over shadowed by the twenty-five odd medical illnesses it causes, including ten different kinds of cancer. Attendees of this webinar will learn about the mechanism of toxicity of alcohol, the physiology of addiction, the psychological and physical effects of short and long term use. They will understand the gravity of the teen-age epidemic of alcoholism and the tragedy of fetal alcohol syndrome. They will glimpse the magnitude of the sociologic and economic harm alcohol does to our culture, and they will be presented with a common sense approach to attempting to change the public impression of alcohol.

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