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Collapse A New Frontier in Bankruptcy: Streamlined Chapter 11 for Small Businesses and Individuals

The Small Business Reorganization Act of 2019 gives financially distressed small businesses and individuals a new lifeline in Bankruptcy Court. Under the new Subchapter V of Chapter 11, taking effect in February 2020, Congress has created a procedural mechanism for a new streamlined and simplified restructuring plan to be approved by bankruptcy courts to provide relief to the many small business owners who find themselves struggling to keep afloat. We will cover basic procedures for these new Small Business Subchapter V bankruptcies, try to anticipate how the court will administer these cases and try to identify those types of cases that would most benefit from this all-new opportunity for restructuring.

Formats Available: On-Demand
Original Seminar Date: February 11, 2020

Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 2.00 hours Professional Practice Credits

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    Collapse A New Frontier in Bankruptcy: Streamlined Chapter 11 for Small Businesses and Individuals

    The Small Business Reorganization Act of 2019 gives financially distressed small businesses and individuals a new lifeline in Bankruptcy Court. Under the new Subchapter V of Chapter 11, taking effect in February 2020, Congress has created a procedural mechanism for a new streamlined and simplified restructuring plan to be approved by bankruptcy courts to provide relief to the many small business owners who find themselves struggling to keep afloat. We will cover basic procedures for these new Small Business Subchapter V bankruptcies, try to anticipate how the court will administer these cases and try to identify those types of cases that would most benefit from this all-new opportunity for restructuring.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: February 11, 2020

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 2.00 hours Professional Practice Credits

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    Collapse Contracting: COVID-19 - Treating Your Clients’ Commercial Ills Through Contract, Insurance and Lease Provisions

    Join us for a discussion about the elements of force majeure clauses and how clients may be able to invike these provisions to excuse contractual performance as a result of COVID-19. Find out how insurers are responding to billions of dollars worth of business interruption claims. Continue the discussion about landlord and tenant considerations in connection with commercial spaces as a result of COVID-19 and government ordered shutdowns.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: May 06, 2020

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 2.00 hours New York (Skills)

  • MORE INFOMORE INFO Contracting: COVID-19 - Treating Your Clients’ Commercial Ills Through Contract, Insurance and Lease Provisions
    Collapse Nonprofit Governance in the Age of COVID-19

    The resources available to nonprofit governing boards in New York are intended to allow independent, well-meaning volunteers to assess community need and adjust their institutional response accordingly. The current composite of crises has accelerated the pace of change and forced a level of engagement not seen for decades. Join us to learn what has changed, and what remains.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: November 05, 2020
    MORE INFOMORE INFO Nonprofit Governance in the Age of COVID-19
    Collapse The New Cannabis Law: Business, Ethics, Crime

    Join us for a timely review of the Marijuana Regulation and Taxation Act, signed into law by Gov. Cuomo on March 31, 2021. Panelists will discuss the legislative intent of the law and provide an overview of the Office of Cannabis Management. The social equity features of the law will be explored as well as the allocation of the anticipated revenue. Panelists will also examine the sorts of business opportunities the new regulatory structure provides and explore the ethical implications of providing advice to cannabis businesses in the face of federal prohibition. Finally, the program will provide a brief overview of changes in the criminal law included in the MRTA, including provisions for the expungement of criminal records.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: May 18, 2021
    On-Demand Release Date: Available Now

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 0.50 hours Ethics Credits, 1 hour Professional Practice Credits

  • MORE INFOMORE INFO The New Cannabis Law: Business, Ethics, Crime
    Collapse Tying Up Loose Ends  Escaping Litigation over Commercial Agreements

    Commercial litigators often face a challenge over hastily concocted corporate, limited liability or partnership agreements. Eager principals want a quick agreement, “down-and-dirty.” But these same agreements spawn inevitable litigation when the participants seek to divide handsome profits or escape strangling debts. This panel - the district’s commercial division judge, an experienced litigator and an equally experienced draftswoman - will guide attorneys through the pitfalls of these agreements.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: December 10, 2020
    On-Demand Release Date: Available Now

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 1.50 hours New York (Skills)

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    Collapse Defending Rochester: Overview of Criminal Defense and Civil Litigation in Protest-related Cases

    Presented by the MCBA Young Lawyers Section this CLE program is specifically designed for criminal defense and civil rights attorneys called "Defending Rochester: Overview of Criminal Defense and Civil Litigation in Protest-Related Cases." Led by moderator Victoria Bahl, the panel, including civil rights attorney Elliot Dolby Shields, as well as experienced criminal defense attorneys Jessica Naclerio, will provide an overview of the law as it applies to protest-related criminal cases and the groundwork to challenge criminal charges under state and federal law.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: November 04, 2020
    On-Demand Release Date: Available Now
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    Collapse E-Filing in Criminal and Family Court Cases at the Fourth Department: A Discussion

    Join Fourth Department Clerk Mark Bennett and Deputy Clerk Alan Ross as they discuss e-filing in the Fourth Department, including the new rules, effective July 1, governing e-filing in criminal and Family Court appeals. Our panelists will discuss the origin and mechanics of e-filing in the Fourth Department, the way the rules that apply to criminal and Family Court appeals were conceived and will continue to evolve and plans for expanding e-filing in the future. They will also answer any questions and respond to any concerns about the new rules. If you practice in the Fourth Department, you will not want to miss this timely program. 

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: July 21, 2020

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 2.00 hours New York (Skills)

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    Collapse Fourth Department Criminal Update with Hon. Stephen K. Lindley

    Take a break from the summer heat to join Associate Justice Stephen K. Lindley for his review of key 4th Department criminal decisions from 2019 and 2020. What key facts drove these decisions? How do they fit with other trends at the court, in both the 4th Department and elsewhere? What issues were decided, and which ones were not? What practice pointers can be taken from the decisions? How will these decisions affect your criminal trial practice or your appellate practice?

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: July 30, 2020

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 2.00 hours Professional Practice Credits

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    Collapse Fourth Department Criminal Update, Part Two, with Hon. Stephen K. Lindley

    Back by popular demand! Associate Justice Stephen K. Lindley returns with Part Two of his Fourth Department Criminal Update, this time focusing on cases involving suppression issues, procedural issues arising at trial, disqualification and recusal issues, and issues relating to guilty pleas, among others.” Justice Lindley’s candor and insights into the processes of the court and the thinking of the judges are invaluable. How will these decisions, and the light Justice Lindley sheds on them, affect your criminal trial practice or your appellate practice? 

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: August 19, 2020
    On-Demand Release Date: Available Now

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 2.00 hours Professional Practice Credits

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    Collapse Meet the New County Court Judges

    Changes in the criminal law and in the operation of county courts have been numerous and frequent since our two new county court judges took office only a few months ago. Join us for a conversation with Hon. Karen Bailey Turner and Hon. Michael Dollinger on these changes and how they affect the business of the courts today. Learn about our new judges and how their chambers operate, about bail reform, discovery reform, virtual appearances, and designated judges. This will be an eye-opening and practical program you won’t want to miss.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: June 18, 2020

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 1.50 hours Professional Practice Credits

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    Collapse My Bloody Valentine: Discovering the Intricacies of Bloodstain Pattern Analysis; A Hands-on Experience

    Learn about the importance of bloodstain pattern analysis from an internationally recognized forensics expert who uses hands-on experiments to help participants develop their own blood stain standards. This unique CLE will cover BSPA basics, its usage in criminal and civil cases, evaluating expert credentials and the ethics of working with them, as well as demonstrative evidence options and courtroom support.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: February 15, 2019
    On-Demand Release Date: Available Now

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 1 hour Professional Practice Credits, 0.50 hours New York (Skills), 0.50 hours Ethics Credits

  • MORE INFOMORE INFO My Bloody Valentine: Discovering the Intricacies of Bloodstain Pattern Analysis; A Hands-on Experience
    Collapse Nuts & Bolts of Criminal Defense

    This is the number one most requested topic received at the MCBA. To answer these requests we have asked two of Rochester's most accomplished and experienced criminal defense attorneys to provide the nuts and bolts of criminal defense work. If this is an area of practice that interests you, this is the CLE you don't want to miss. Learn the basics of handling a criminal case from client contact to handling court appearances, negotiations with the prosecution and court and how to assess a case.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: January 30, 2018

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 2.00 hours New York (Skills)

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    Collapse NYSSA Proposed Changes to New York Criminal Law: A Discussion

    Presentation and discussion with Timothy Donaher, the Monroe County Public Defender and Monroe County Sheriff Todd Baxter. Mr. Donaher and Sheriff Baxter will discuss the recent proposals of the New York State Sheriffs’ Association to make eight changes to New York law by making Resisting Arrest a felony, adding a felony of failure to retreat from an officer engaged in performance of duties, and adding several new felony level crimes designed to protect police officers. Sheriff Baxter will also discuss programs available to inmates at the Monroe County Jail.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: August 27, 2020
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    Collapse Practical Tips for Opening and Cosing Statements in Criminal Cases

    This program, part of a continuing collaboration between the University of Buffalo Law School Alumni Association and the Monroe County Bar Association, focuses on two of the critical portions of any criminal trial; the opening statement and the closing argument. The experienced panel will provide practical tips for crafting and presenting effective opening statements and closing arguments. In addition, there will be discussion about how to identify prosecutorial misconduct and objectionable statements in opening or closing arguments and how to identify and preserve objectionable matters during trial for the purpose of a later appellate review.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: April 13, 2017

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 2.00 hours New York (Skills)

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    Collapse Raise the Age: Change is Coming to the Law and the Courts

    Statutory changes in New York Law, with respect to the age of criminal responsibility, will be presented, followed by a panel discussion of the new Raise the Age Law, effective dates and the affect on existing Criminal and Family Law - now and in the near future.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: April 30, 2019

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 2.00 hours Professional Practice Credits

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    Collapse The Forgotten Art of Preliminary Hearings in Criminal Cases

    For those who handle criminal cases, you may have heard that the grand jury will not be convening in the coming weeks. That means that if prosecutors want to hold someone in custody after 144 hours, they will have to do a preliminary hearing. Not as uncommon as a unicorn, preliminary hearings have been infrequent in recent years as the prosecutors in Monroe County engaged in more robust grand jury practice.Unsure of how to do a preliminary hearing? Join us for a live CLE via fully interactive webcast.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: March 26, 2020

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 1.50 hours New York (Skills)

  • MORE INFOMORE INFO The Forgotten Art of Preliminary Hearings in Criminal Cases
    Collapse COVID-19 In the Workplace: Where we are and where we are headed

    The COVID-19 pandemic has brought unprecedented changes to the practice of labor and employment law. This program will cover important legal developments, while also providing practical advice for employers. The program will explore the current state of the law and examine important pieces of legislation affecting employment issues arising from the pandemic. Much of our focus will be on considerations for employers as employees return to work, including working with employees who are ill or exposed to COVID-19, health screenings for employees, cleaning and sanitation protocols, as well as a discussion of relevant guidance from the EEOC, CDC, and OSHA.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: May 07, 2020

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 1 hour Professional Practice Credits

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    Collapse Discrimination without Animus: Advising your Clients about the ADA

    The ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) is different than other civil rights laws, as it places affirmative obligations on employers, public entities and places of accommodation. Your clients may be discriminating against people with disabilities without even knowing it. Join us for a two hour CLE in which we go over the basics of the ADA, dispel myths about people with disabilities, and discuss common scenarios we see as plaintiff-side discrimination lawyers.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: March 28, 2018

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 1 hour Diversity, 1 hour Professional Practice Credits

  • MORE INFOMORE INFO Discrimination without Animus: Advising your Clients about the ADA
    Collapse New Sexual Harassment Prevention Laws: What You Need to Know as a Lawyer and an Employer

    Under new state laws, ALL employers can now be liable for sexual harassment in the workplace. They must have a written prevention policy and train all employees annually. Mandatory arbitration and mandatory nondisclosure provisions are prohibited. This program will address these and related new laws so that counsel for employees, employers and unions will understand their rights and obligations.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: January 16, 2019

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 1 hour Professional Practice Credits, 1 hour New York (Skills)

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    Collapse New York State

    In 2018, New York adopted anti-sexual harassment legislation that Gov. Andrew Cuomo described as the "strongest and most comprehensive" in the country. In 2019, another package of anti-discrimination and anti-harassment measures were signed into law, expanding the sexual harassment reforms from the prior year. The laws impose new requirements on employers and will significantly change the course of litigation of sexual harassment claims. There have also been other changes in the Human Rights Law, affecting all employment claims, such as attorney fees, coverage of contractors, and size of employers. In this program, panelists who represent employees and employers - along with Julia Day, the regional director of the Rochester office of the New York State Division of Human Rights that will investigate and adjudicate these claims - will provide insight from their respective areas on the new laws and anticipated changes.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: January 22, 2020

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 1.50 hours Professional Practice Credits

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    Collapse Representing a Disabled Parent in Family Court: Law and Strategies

    Disabled parents are the only distinct community of parents who must struggle to retain custody of their children solely due to their distinction of being disabled. In all too many cases, the mere existence of a disability is used against the parent without regard to how that individual is actually capable of parenting safely and successfully. Disabled parents have their children removed in welfare cases at a higher rate than non-disabled parents and generally have a more difficult time getting the children returned to them. This program will examine the laws in place which can be used to protect disabled parents and the strategies to address the biases which are present in the courtroom. Our panel includes an expert on disability rights, a former Family Court practitioner with 18 years experience, and a parent whose disability was used against him in child welfare proceedings.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: June 07, 2018

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 1 hour Diversity, 1 hour New York (Skills)

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    Collapse The Coronovirus Outbreak is a  Referendum on Virtual Practice How Quickly Can Your Law Firm Get Up to Speed?

    The impact of the coronavirus pandemic has already significantly changed the way law firms practice; and, those changes will be long lasting and far reaching, even as the outbreak is eventually controlled, and we all return to normal life.

    If you’re now being forced to operate a virtual law practice, when your law firm had previously existed as a traditional business, you’re likely scrambling to get up to speed as quarantines take place across the world, and populations affirmatively engage in social distancing.  Without

    another option, you’re left to adopt a virtual law practice model, or risk the continuity of your business.

    In this webinar, we’ll show you how to get ramped up to a virtual law firm business model (both from a marketing, as well as a technology  

    perspective) as quickly as possible, with discrete tasks you can engage as soon as this week.  It’s not as hard as you think; but, you have to start somewhere -- start here.

     

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: March 20, 2020

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 1 hour Professional Practice Credits

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    Collapse Bostock, Fulton & Beyond: The Future of LGBTQ+ Rights Under Federal Law

    The last four years have brought systematic roll-backs of hard-won federal protections for LGBTQ+ people across the country. So far, 2020 -- a year of clarity in the now rather than retrospectively -- has been a roller coaster ride in myriad ways, including the realm of LGBTQ+ federal rights. In a pleasantly surprising Bostock decision this summer, the US Supreme Court declared LGBTQ+ employees are protected under Title VII. But now SCOTUS is considering Fulton v. Philadelphia, a case that weighs religious freedoms against the right of LGBTQ+ people to foster children -- all with the Court's newly minted conservative majority. In this virtual CLE program, expert legal practitioners involved in these cases will explore where LGBTQ+ federal rights stand today and what may be in store for us with Fulton and the new makeup of the US Supreme Court.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: December 16, 2020
    On-Demand Release Date: Available Now

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 1.50 hours Diversity

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    Collapse Deconstructing Defund

     CLE: Deconstructing Defund: What Does Defund the Police Mean and What are its Implications? Moderated by Erin Elmouji, Esq., Woods Oviatt Gilman, LLP, this will be a panel discussion featuring Duwaine Bascoe, Esq., Abrams Fensterman LLP; AJ Durwin, Esq.,; Ashley Gantt, New York Civil Liberties Union; and Chief David Catholdi, Brighton Police Department. 

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: August 06, 2020

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 1 hour Diversity

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    Collapse Discrimination without Animus: Advising your Clients about the ADA

    The ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) is different than other civil rights laws, as it places affirmative obligations on employers, public entities and places of accommodation. Your clients may be discriminating against people with disabilities without even knowing it. Join us for a two hour CLE in which we go over the basics of the ADA, dispel myths about people with disabilities, and discuss common scenarios we see as plaintiff-side discrimination lawyers.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: March 28, 2018

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 1 hour Diversity, 1 hour Professional Practice Credits

  • MORE INFOMORE INFO Discrimination without Animus: Advising your Clients about the ADA
    Collapse Ethics and Diversity in the Legal Workplace

    Our workplace is fraught with the dynamics of interpersonal relationships between lawyer and lawyer, lawyer and employee, and lawyer and client. This CLE will focus on the meaning and implications of Rule 8.4(g) of the New York Rules of Professional Conduct, which bars discrimination in the practice of law and lays out the requirements of reporting such discrimmination, based upon the necessity for diversity in the profession. The panelists will explore the implications of the rule through the use of hypothetical examples of discrimination in the workplace, including:

    * Discrimination by lawyers against clients;

    * Discrimination by clients against lawyers; and

    * Discrimination by lawyers in hiring and firing.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: October 18, 2018
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    Collapse Female Success in the Legal Profession

    Google "women in the legal profession" and dozens of articles, blogs and surveys appear discussing sexism, disrespectful behavior, pay inequality and outright harassment of female attorneys. We have assembled an outstanding panel of highly successful female attorneys to discuss how they have addressed and dealt with these types of issues as well as to offer their suggestions to attorneys who may be confronting these same matters in their careers.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: February 14, 2018

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 2.00 hours Diversity

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    Collapse Law Enforcement and Legal Immunity: Exploring a Complex Problem from All Sides

    A distinguished panel of experts explores the legal issues relating to criminal and civil liability of law enforcement in the discharge of their duties. The panel will explore the legal issues of qualified immunity, personal and employer liability for police conduct, civil rights implications and other topics in this controversial area. 

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: February 04, 2021
    On-Demand Release Date: Available Now

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 1 hour Professional Practice Credits, 0.50 hours Diversity

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    Collapse Mircroaggression and Implicit Bias in the Legal Workplace

    Join us for a two hour CLE in which we learn about implicit bias and microaggression in the legal workplace. We will explore the interactions among attorneys and our colleagues, our support staff, our clients and others in our legal environment, that constitute implicit bias and microaggressions, and how we can work toward eliminating them. We will also discuss how to communicate effectively with our coworkers and others about them.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: January 19, 2018

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 2.00 hours Diversity

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    Collapse New York State Division of Human Rights Protections for Transgender and and Gender Non-Conforming Persons

    In January 2016, the NYS Division of Human Rights (DHR) adopted final regulations clarifying non-discrimination protections for transgender and gender-nonconforming people under the state's Human Rights Law in employment, housing, access to credit, education, and public accommodations. New York's approach for addressing statewide these protections is unique among other states. This CLE will provide an overview of the new regulations, their importance in relation to protecting a very vulnerable population, the availability of attorney's fees for bringing certain cases under the Human Rights Law, and details on the process of filing administrative complaints with the DHR on behalf of transgender and gender non-conforming clients.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: January 18, 2017
    On-Demand Release Date: Available Now

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 2.00 hours New York (Skills)

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    Collapse Paving the Rainbow Road: Stonewall, Today & Beyond

    This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots in New York City, where transgender, gay and bisexual people heroically fought back against police harassment and violence over the course of several days. This sparked the modern LGBTQ+ rights movement we know today, and its ripple effect continues to be seen around the world. This panel proudly features living legends of the upstate New York LGBTQ+ legal communities who share their experiences of how being LGBTQ+ in our profession has changed since Stonewall, wisdom of hard lessons learned along the way toward equality, and vision of where the Rainbow Road may take us next.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: July 22, 2019

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 2.00 hours Diversity

  • MORE INFOMORE INFO Paving the Rainbow Road: Stonewall, Today & Beyond
    Collapse Racial Disparities in Healthcare: History, Causes & Effects, and Solutions

    Join us for what promises to be an enlightening and educational program moderated by Duwaine Bascoe, Esq., that examines the history of racial inequity in our health care systems, current racial inequities in delivery of health care, and solutions for the future. A panel of regional and nationally recognized experts will discuss the following topics: Dr. Daryll Dykes - Dr. Dykes, the Chief Diversity Officer at Upstate Medical Center, who also has a J.D.,will discuss the historical framework of health disparities from a legal and regulatory perspective. Melanie Funchess - Ms. Funchess, Director of Community Engagement for the Mental Health Association of Rochester/ Monroe County, will discuss historical and system-based trauma that create and contribute to health disparities and their traumatic impact on mental health of communities of color, including how these traumas contribute to distrust of health care systems. Wade Norwood - Mr. Norwood, CEO of Common Ground Health, will discuss the history of racism in delivery of health care and its relationship to education, housing and employment. Dr. Mahala Schlagman - Dr. Schlagman will discuss her experiences and observations of health disparities locally including how historical oppression can influence individual choices surrounding the COVID vaccine. She will also discuss work being done toward institutional change through multi-sector partnerships. Shane Wiegand - Mr. Wiegand, a community advocate, will address the local history that contributed to racial inequity in delivery of health care, including redlining. After each panelist speaks there will be a period of panel discussion and a Q and A with audience members

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: February 03, 2021
    On-Demand Release Date: Available Now

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 1.50 hours Diversity

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    Collapse Racial Disparities in Housing: How Municipalities, Homeowners, Brokers and Banks Can Help

    A discussion of historical and continuing racial disparities in housing, and how all stakeholders can help combat and correct these disparities.

    Original Seminar Date: June 01, 2021

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 1 hour Diversity

  • MORE INFOMORE INFO Racial Disparities in Housing: How Municipalities, Homeowners, Brokers and Banks Can Help
    Collapse Susan B. Anthony and the Law: A Case Study

    Susan B. Anthony and the Law: A Case Study! Featuring Deborah Hughes, President & CEO of the Susan B. Anthony Museum & House, and Kimberly Harding, the program provided an interactive Q&A about on how Susan B. Anthony used the law to advance women’s rights and the suffrage movement.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: April 30, 2020

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 1 hour Diversity

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    Collapse The Senior Client: A Panel Discussion on Ageism in Law Practice

    Maintaining the dignity and autonomy of older adults should be a cornerstone for any law practice that represents older clients. This program will help attorneys identify myths and perceptions surrounding older adults. The panelists will also address legal issues that arise from these myths and perceptions, and provide best practices when representing an older client.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: November 13, 2019

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 1 hour Diversity

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    Collapse 2017 Medicaid & Elder Law Update

    This program will include a Medicaid/Elder Law update including a review of recent court decisions, fair hearing decisions and proposed new laws and regulations. In addition, tranfer rebuttals in nursing home cses will be discussed including strategies to employ and avoid and how to prepare for a fair hearing. The panelists will also conduct a roundtable discussion of nursing home placement and discharge issues and new regulations regarding patient rights.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: May 04, 2017

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 2.00 hours New York (Skills)

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    Collapse 2018 Medicaid Update and the Problems & Pitfalls of Planning for Nursing Home Admissions

    Join us for a Medicaid update which will include a review of recent case law, Fair Hearing Decisions, Administrative Directives and proposed federal and state legislation. Also included will be an overview regarding nursing home admissions from the perspective of counsel for nursing homes, and a discussion of crisis planning for nursing home admissions.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: March 22, 2018

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 2.00 hours New York (Skills)

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    Collapse 2019 Medicaid and Elder Law Update

    Join us for a Medicaid and Elder Law update that will include a review of recent case law, updates regarding spousal support cases, recent county challenges to eligibility and planning, and nursing home admissions. We will also cover crisis planning techniques for asset protection planning and the new issues arising in executing and justifying these techniques to the Medicaid program. Time will be left for questions and answers.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: May 23, 2019

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 1 hour New York (Skills), 1 hour Professional Practice Credits

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    Collapse 2020 Medicaid & Elder Law Update WEBCAST

    Join us for the annual Medicaid and Elder Law Update that will include: 1. A review of recent case law, fair hearing decisions and policy updates from the New York State Department of Health, including a review of the impact of state budget cuts on Medicaid providers and consumers; 2. A discussion about how to defend lawsuits brought by nursing homes against family members of the nursing home resident, and; 3. Recent trends in adult guardianship law, including a closer look at how local courts are handling adult guardianship petitions.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: April 23, 2020

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 1 hour New York (Skills), 1 hour Professional Practice Credits

  • MORE INFOMORE INFO 2020 Medicaid & Elder Law Update WEBCAST
    Collapse 2021 Medicaid & Elder Law Update

    Watch our annual Medicaid & Elder Law Update which included a review of recent caselaw and Medicaid changes. With topics such as: new transfer penalties for community based long term care services; processing of applications during Covid-19; lawsuits by nursing homes against family members of resident; case law update; fair hearing update; discuss the new Power of Attorney form. In addition, Dr. Chin-Lin Ching, Highland Hospital's Ethics Committee Co-Chair and Director of the Highland Hospital Palliative Care Consultation Service, presented with Yolanda Rios on the topic of health care proxies and surrogate decision making, and how those are viewed and interpreted in practice.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: May 19, 2021
    On-Demand Release Date: Available Now

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 1 hour New York (Skills), 1 hour Professional Practice Credits

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    Collapse Elder Abuse and Professional Responsibility

    Elder abuse is a growing concern locally as well as nationally. In this CLE, we will focus on many facets and types of elder abuse and the professional responsibilities of physicians, attorneys, and caregivers when faced with signs of abuse.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: January 24, 2017

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 1 hour Professional Practice Credits, 0.50 hours Ethics Credits

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    Collapse Nursing Home Negligence and Violations of the Public Health Law

    This CLE addresses the commencement of actions, defenses, discovery and trial preparation, settlement and post-trial issues, as well as provides insight into the future of this litigation. Specific topics to be examined include coverage questions, "the 'all reasonable care' defense,"  and Medicare/Medicaid liens. The panel will discuss this litigation from both public and private facility perspective.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: March 29, 2017

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 2.00 hours New York (Skills)

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    Collapse The Senior Client: A Panel Discussion on Ageism in Law Practice

    Maintaining the dignity and autonomy of older adults should be a cornerstone for any law practice that represents older clients. This program will help attorneys identify myths and perceptions surrounding older adults. The panelists will also address legal issues that arise from these myths and perceptions, and provide best practices when representing an older client.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: November 13, 2019

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 1 hour Diversity

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    Collapse Environmental Law Update for Real Estate Transactions
    Major Topics:
    • Environmental liability update, including Bona Fide Prospective Purchaser defense to CERCLA liability;
    • Environmental due diligence for real estate purchases;
    • Phase I Environmental Site Assessments under the new ASTM 1527-13 Standard and Phase II Studies; and,
    • Brownfield Cleanup Program Update – 2015 sunset and possible future changes.

    MCLE: 1.5 Professional Practice; 0.5 Skills
    Appropriate for experienced attorneys only; not new admittees
    Formats Available: On-Demand, Webcast + Archive
    Original Seminar Date: January 09, 2014

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 0.50 hours Ethics Credits, 1.50 hours Professional Practice Credits, 2.00 hours Total CLE Hours

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    Collapse Ethics, Environmental Law and Client Interests: Dilemmas for Practitioners

    This CLE will explore ethical issues faced by attorneys related to environmental matters, including challenges associated with rapidly expanding scientific understanding, increased media attention and shifting regulatory priorities. The tension between protecting confidential information and complying with environmental laws will be discussed.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: January 23, 2020

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 1.50 hours Ethics Credits

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    Collapse Attorney Accounts Receivable & Fee Arbitration

    How to keep your practice going by getting paid. Designed to help attorneys collect their receivables, this CLE will review the workflow process of a collection matter from initial demand letter through judgement enforcement proceedings. Applicable state and federal statutes will be discussed as they apply to collection matters as well as pitfalls to avoid and strategies for liquidating judgements. In addition, there will be a discussion of the Monroe County Bar Association's Fee Arbitration Program which is another means of collecting fees you have earned.

     

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: February 09, 2017

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 2.00 hours Practice Management Credits

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    Collapse Financial Statements: How to Know What They
    Topics Include:
    • What Can (Or Should) the Financial Statements Tell You
    • Interested Parties  
    • Important Considerations 
    • The Income Statement 
    • Profitability Ratio  
    • Motives to Overstate Income? 
    • Statement of Retained Earnings
    • The Statement of Cash Flows 
    • The Balance Sheet  
    • Liquidity  
    • Solvency  
    • How is Fraud Found 
    • When My Red Flags Fly
    • Hiding the Assets  
    • Ratio & Trend Analysis  
    • Payroll Schemes 
    • Shell Companies & Non-accomplice Vendors 
    • Adjustments and Suspense Accounts  
    • Travel and Entertainment Fraud  
    • Joint Venture and Subsidiary Governance 

    MCLE: 2.0 Skills
    Appropriate for only experienced attorneys, NOT New Admittees
    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: August 14, 2013

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 2.00 hours Total CLE Hours, 2.00 hours New York (Skills)

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    Collapse New York State Not-for-Profit Organizations: Annual Filings, Policy Documents and Recent Updates

    Learn about the basics of preparing governance and policy documents for New York not-for-profit organizations, including preparing annual filings, and recent updates to Federal and New York law. This session will hit the highlights of various governance policies and IRS Forms 1023 and 990 from legal and accounting perspectives.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: February 27, 2018

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 2.00 hours New York (Skills)

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    Collapse PPP: The Next Round

    This program will review the second round of legislation regarding Payroll Protection Program loans. The new legislation includes expanded eligibility allowing 501(c)(6) organizations to obtain PPP loans. And it offers existing PPP borrowers to obtain a second PPP loan. It also provides a new forgiveness application for small loans. Panelists will also review the deductibility of business expenses paid with PPP loan proceeds and examine changes to the employee retention tax credit.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: January 28, 2021
    On-Demand Release Date: Available Now

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 1 hour Professional Practice Credits

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    Collapse New Yorks Election Laws: New Legal and Constitutional Challenges in 2020

    As our Nation again approaches a critical election day, a swirl of legal and practical issues loom surrounding the voting process including questions on determining eligible voters, the process of mail ballots, the counting of votes by the states and the federal Constitution limitations. In practical terms, the New York election process has seen considerable changes: early voting, wider circulation of mail ballots and other changes. Our panel has just the skills to answer these questions and others. Daan Braveman, Esq., the former Dean of the Syracuse University College of Law, President-emeritus of Nazareth College and now with Harter Secrest & Emery will explore the myriad state and federal legal challenges facing the voting process in 2020, including reference to Supreme Court cases on voting issues from 2000 to date. James E. Long, Esq., a commissioner of the Legislative Bill Drafting Commission, has decades of experience as an election lawyer in New York and is familiar with the changes to our voting system. Moderated by Justice Richard A. Dollinger, New York Court of Claims JOIN US FOR A DISCUSSION OF OUR MOST PRECIOUS RIGHT AND IMPORTANCE OF OUR VOTES.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: October 20, 2020

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 1.50 hours Professional Practice Credits

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    Collapse Coronavirus: What You Need to Know in the Employment and School Contexts

    Is your client a public (especially school) or private employer unsure whether to ask employees where they will travel within the next few weeks? Are you an employee-side attorney in need of guidance of whether your client breaking a COVID-19 quarantine is a punishable offense? Come to this panel discussion addressing these issues and others. Featured Speaker: Dr. Michael D. Mendoza Includes attorney panelists from the Labor & Employment Committee and Education Law Committee

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: March 16, 2020

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 2.00 hours Professional Practice Credits

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    Collapse Defending an Employment Discrimination Complaint before an Administrative Agency

    This program is perfect for attorneys who are new to employment law and want to learn the ins and outs of employer defense. The program will cover all phases of an employment discrimination claim before an administrative agency, from first receipt of the complaint to conducting a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge. Experienced practitioners will guide you through applicable procedural rules and will offer advice on strategy development. Through MCBA's partnership with GVC SHRM, the program includes a HR professional who will advise how to improve counsel - HR collaboration throughout the process.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: March 22, 2017

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 2.00 hours New York (Skills)

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    Collapse New York State

    In 2018, New York adopted anti-sexual harassment legislation that Gov. Andrew Cuomo described as the "strongest and most comprehensive" in the country. In 2019, another package of anti-discrimination and anti-harassment measures were signed into law, expanding the sexual harassment reforms from the prior year. The laws impose new requirements on employers and will significantly change the course of litigation of sexual harassment claims. There have also been other changes in the Human Rights Law, affecting all employment claims, such as attorney fees, coverage of contractors, and size of employers. In this program, panelists who represent employees and employers - along with Julia Day, the regional director of the Rochester office of the New York State Division of Human Rights that will investigate and adjudicate these claims - will provide insight from their respective areas on the new laws and anticipated changes.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: January 22, 2020

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 1.50 hours Professional Practice Credits

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    Collapse New York Open Meetings Law and Public Hearings in the Age of COVID-19

    Municipal boards in New York are being impacted by the COVID-19 epidemic and the requirements of social distancing. This program will explore the background of the New York Open Meetings Law, the recent Executive Order suspending portions of the Open Meetings Law, and best practices for complying with the Executive Order and social distancing standards.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: April 20, 2020

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 1 hour Professional Practice Credits

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    Collapse Abandoned Properties: Municipal Challenges, Foreclosures, Acquisition & Rehab Financing

    Our panel of experts will discuss recent developments occurring in Monroe County to deal with abandoned homes affecting both urban and suburban neighborhoods. Abandoned homes not only create blight, but are magnets for crime and destabilize property values. We will review foreclosure updates, as well as New York State's new Zombie Home legislation. The process of acquiring title, rehabbing, and financing vacant properties will be reviewed. An overview of SONYMA's Neighborhood Revitalization Program will also be presented. The Finger Lakes Region is the only upstate region participating in this mortgage financing.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: March 31, 2017

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 2.00 hours New York (Skills)

  • MORE INFOMORE INFO Abandoned Properties: Municipal Challenges, Foreclosures, Acquisition & Rehab Financing
    Collapse Anatomy of Fraud - Cybersecurity in the Real Estate Transaction

    Don't become a breach story. Attorneys in Rochester and other areas have been targeted by cyber criminals, breaching their email security and duping clients into wiring money to the criminals. Learn what to do to avoid this nightmare, how to protect your clients and practice, and what happens if you are a victim of a security breach. * Cybersecurity in the real estate world - learn about threats. * How to recognize an attack. * Strategies to defend against spoofing, phishing, pharming and more. * Stop Hacks and Improve Electronic Data Security (SHIELD) Act - Are you in compliance? Next deadline is March 21, 2020. * IOLA and escrow accounts - Are you always required to use one or the other? * Are subaccounts permissible for the benefit of individual clients? * Use of electronically signed trust checks. * What is Check 21 again?

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: February 06, 2020

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 0.50 hours Ethics Credits, 1.50 hours Professional Practice Credits

  • MORE INFOMORE INFO Anatomy of Fraud - Cybersecurity in the Real Estate Transaction
    Collapse Beating Back the Zombies: New Tools in Property Maintenance Enforcement

    Are property maintenance issues getting lost in your 47th Java update? This program introduces the Monroe County Clerk's Office's brand new records management software that completely revamps how lawyers and municipalities can search for property records. Learn how to use the new search interface to better determine current owners, which properties are in foreclosure, lien status and more. Our panel will also discuss new and proposed statutes to help lawyers and municipalities address distressed properties.

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    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: October 29, 2018

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 1.50 hours Professional Practice Credits, 0.50 hours New York (Skills)

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    Collapse Best Practices for Estate Planning Beneficiary Designations

    All estate planners need to consider beneficiary designations for non-probate assets. In this CLE, we will discuss 1) the assets controlled by beneficiary designations, and the impact of beneficiary designation assets on estate planning, 2) special considerations for certain beneficiary designation assets, including life insurance and retirement accounts, and 3) best practices for drafting beneficiary designations. Featuring special guest Hon. John Owens with farewell remarks.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: December 03, 2020
    On-Demand Release Date: Available Now
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    Collapse Commercial Contracts Revisited - Assessing the Risks

    Major Topics:

    As an update to the prior presentation on commercial real estate transactions, this program will discuss the attorney's role and responsibilities in the due diligence and assessment of the client's risks along with related topics such as:

    • Contract negotiation and structuring;
    • Environmental and tenant clauses;
    • The Opinion Letter;
    • Lending issues and finance documentation;
    • Title insurance and the role of the title company to complete the closing.
    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: November 25, 2014
    On-Demand Release Date: Available Now

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 1.50 hours Professional Practice Credits, 0.50 hours Ethics Credits

  • MORE INFOMORE INFO Commercial Contracts Revisited - Assessing the Risks
    Collapse Cybersecurity for Estate Planners: Phishing, Privacy and IOT

    In today's world, as more estate planners work from home, cybersecurity risks are increasing and are ever-present. The good news is that there are steps you can take to protect your firm and maintain data privacy. During this seminar you'll learn: 1) how to avoid phishing lures and other cyberattacks, 2) what the largest risks criminal and mercenary activities pose to your systems and data, and 3) the steps you will need to take to educate your employees in order to minimize risks to your data and systems

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: October 30, 2020
    On-Demand Release Date: Available Now

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 1.50 hours New York (Skills)

  • MORE INFOMORE INFO Cybersecurity for Estate Planners: Phishing, Privacy and IOT
    Collapse Homeowner

    At the end of the highly successful first part of this program in October 2016, many attendees requested that the panel present additional material on this topic. You ask, we deliver!

    Topics for this program will include representing the Board (handling homeowner disputes; dealing with the bankrupt or foreclosed sponsor), representing the home owner (getting the Board to enforce the rules, modifications or exclusions to the Declaration) and changing of the guard - when the newly elected HOA Board modifies the rules.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: May 23, 2017

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 2.00 hours New York (Skills)

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    Collapse Hot Topic: Landlord-Tenant Statutory Changes

    A review of Part G, Part M and Part O of the statute. Learn about the recently passed tenant protection laws and how they impact applications, tenant selection criteria forms, leases, notices to quit, notices to terminate, eviction forms and time frames. A must for attorneys in the landlord-tenant arena, including the changes to manufactured home park laws.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: August 29, 2019

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 2.00 hours Professional Practice Credits

  • MORE INFOMORE INFO Hot Topic: Landlord-Tenant Statutory Changes
    Collapse Landlord Tenant Matters

    Major Topics

    Landlord and tenant perspectives along with the Judge's viewpoint.
    This program will focus on evictions and the process.


    1.5 Professional Practice; 0.5 Skills 
    Appropriate for both newly admitted & experienced attorneys

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: January 23, 2013
    On-Demand Release Date: Available Now

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 0.50 hours New York (Skills), 1.50 hours Professional Practice Credits

  • MORE INFOMORE INFO Landlord Tenant Matters
    Collapse Primer on Surveys
    Code of Practice for Land Surveys:
    • Policy governing preparation of title surveys;
    • Certification;
    • Re-survey;
    • Survey and map;
    • Suggested title standards for treating discrepancies revealed by surveys.

    MCLE: 1.0 Law Practice Management
    Appropriate for only experienced attorneys, NOT New Admittees

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: December 18, 2013

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 1 hour Total CLE Hours, 1 hour Law Practice Management

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    Collapse Racial Disparities in Housing: How Municipalities, Homeowners, Brokers and Banks Can Help

    A discussion of historical and continuing racial disparities in housing, and how all stakeholders can help combat and correct these disparities.

    Original Seminar Date: June 01, 2021

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 1 hour Diversity

  • MORE INFOMORE INFO Racial Disparities in Housing: How Municipalities, Homeowners, Brokers and Banks Can Help
    Collapse Real Estate 101

    Topics include: the purchase and sale contract, buyer/seller considerations, permits, attorney approvals and engagement letters, and seller's first steps.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: March 06, 2018

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 2.00 hours Professional Practice Credits

  • MORE INFOMORE INFO Real Estate 101
    Collapse Real Estate 102

    Topics include: title clearance, title endorsements, reading an abstract, how to read a survey, surveys and marking up title.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: April 05, 2018

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 2.50 hours Professional Practice Credits

  • MORE INFOMORE INFO Real Estate 102
    Collapse Real Estate 103

    Topics include: lender requirements at closing, scheduling the closing, closing adjustments, IOLA accounts, the CD, review of standard loan documents.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: May 10, 2018

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 2.00 hours Professional Practice Credits

  • MORE INFOMORE INFO Real Estate 103
    Collapse Revisions to the Real Estate Purchase and Sale Contracts and Forms

    Join your Real Estate Section colleagues as we gather during the holiday season to learn about the latest revisions to the section’s purchase and sale contracts and forms. 

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: December 15, 2020

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 1 hour Professional Practice Credits

  • MORE INFOMORE INFO Revisions to the Real Estate Purchase and Sale Contracts and Forms
    Collapse Role of Referee and Foreclosure Update
    Major Topics:
    • Qualifying to be a Referee;
    • Role of the Referee;
    • The New Foreclosure Action Surplus Money Form;
    • Other Miscellaneous Foreclosure Updates
    MCLE: 1.5 Professional Practice; 0.5 Ethics
    Appropriate for experienced attorneys only; not new admittees
    Formats Available: On-Demand, Webcast + Archive
    Original Seminar Date: January 15, 2014

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 0.50 hours Ethics Credits, 1.50 hours Professional Practice Credits, 2.00 hours Total CLE Hours

  • MORE INFOMORE INFO Role of Referee and Foreclosure Update
    Collapse The Foreclosure Process; Overview and Local Changes

    This program will provide attendees with an updated overview of the foreclosure process from initial placement on calendar to settlement conferences and eventual sale process. Justice Doyle, the Supreme Court Justice overseeing foreclosures in Monroe County, will provide a perspective from the bench and counsel from both sides of the procedure will participate om the discussion. In addition, there will be information provided about opportunities to assist people who are in the process of foreclosure.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: February 08, 2017

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 2.00 hours New York (Skills)

  • MORE INFOMORE INFO The Foreclosure Process; Overview and Local Changes
    Collapse Title Insurance 101

    This program is all about the basics of title insurance in a residential real estate transaction. What is title insurance? How is title examined when preparing a title insurance report? Do you have the appropriate title curatives? Does your client really need an owner's policy? Come to this CLE for practical and sound advice to make your next real estate transaction a re-"marketable" one.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: May 08, 2019

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 1 hour New York (Skills), 1 hour Professional Practice Credits

  • MORE INFOMORE INFO Title Insurance 101
    Collapse When Good Deeds Go Unpunished - Understanding the Proper Elements and Form of Real Property Deeds

    At this program, attendees will learn more about: the legal elements of a deed; legal descriptions; forms of deeds, including full covenant and warranty deed, bargain and sale deed, quit claim deed, trustee’s deed, administrator’s deed, executor’s deed and judicial deeds. Time permitting, proper authorization to execute deeds will also be discussed at the program. 

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: April 14, 2021
    On-Demand Release Date: Available Now

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 1 hour New York (Skills), 1 hour Professional Practice Credits

  • MORE INFOMORE INFO When Good Deeds Go Unpunished - Understanding the Proper Elements and Form of Real Property Deeds
    Collapse Affordable Care Act - For Solo & Small Firm Attorneys

    Major Topics:

    • Overview of ACA as it affects individuals;
    • Individual mandate and exchanges (marketplaces);
    • Selected practice issues raised by the new landscape.
    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: July 23, 2014
    On-Demand Release Date: Available Now

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 0.50 hours Professional Practice Credits, 1 hour Law Practice Management

  • MORE INFOMORE INFO Affordable Care Act - For Solo & Small Firm Attorneys
    Collapse Get to the Heart of the Matter: Learn Deposition Skills from Experienced Attorneys

    This moderated discussion features a panel of experienced trial attorneys who will share their "tricks of the trade" when it comes to all aspects of depositions. Learn how to effectively set goals, prepare for depositions, elicit testimony you most want, deal with issues that arise, and use deposition testimony in motions or at trial.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: February 05, 2020

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 2.00 hours New York (Skills)

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    Collapse New Court Rules: A View From The Bench

    Wondering how the new uniform rules will impact YOUR practice in the 7th Judicial District? Join us for an enlightening panel discussion with Hon. Debra A. Martin, Hon. Scott Odorisi, Hon. Ann Marie Taddeo, and Hon. William K. Taylor to learn about the scope of the recently-amended rules and their impact on local practice. There will be an opportunity for questions following the initial presentation. 

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: March 05, 2021
    On-Demand Release Date: Available Now

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 1 hour Professional Practice Credits

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    Collapse New York State Division of Human Rights Protections for Transgender and and Gender Non-Conforming Persons

    In January 2016, the NYS Division of Human Rights (DHR) adopted final regulations clarifying non-discrimination protections for transgender and gender-nonconforming people under the state's Human Rights Law in employment, housing, access to credit, education, and public accommodations. New York's approach for addressing statewide these protections is unique among other states. This CLE will provide an overview of the new regulations, their importance in relation to protecting a very vulnerable population, the availability of attorney's fees for bringing certain cases under the Human Rights Law, and details on the process of filing administrative complaints with the DHR on behalf of transgender and gender non-conforming clients.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: January 18, 2017
    On-Demand Release Date: Available Now

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 2.00 hours New York (Skills)

  • MORE INFOMORE INFO New York State Division of Human Rights Protections for Transgender and and Gender Non-Conforming Persons
    Collapse Retiring? Great! Here

    This is a practical, realistic CLE that will focus on the process of retiring from the practice of law in Rochester. Attendees will be walked through the process in checklist fashion with clear explanation of who to contact and what procedures are necessary to close down a practice without violating ethics rules. There will be a specific focus on issues that could confront solo or small firm practitioners as they wind down a practice. In addition, the panelists will discuss the matter of whether to keep your law license active after retirement.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: April 12, 2017

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 1.50 hours Practice Management Credits, 0.50 hours Ethics Credits

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    Collapse The "New Normal" in Post-COVID Court

    Featuring: Hon. Frank Geraci and Hon. Craig Doran

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: April 09, 2021
    On-Demand Release Date: Available Now

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 1 hour Professional Practice Credits

  • MORE INFOMORE INFO The "New Normal" in Post-COVID Court
    Collapse The COVID Law Firm: How Your Law Firm Has to Change + Why Thats Actually a Good Thing: Starting a New Law Firm Right Now

    While it may seem like it’s a really horrible time to start a new law firm, there is always opportunity amid uncertainty - even for risk-averse attorneys. During the last recession in 2008-2009, many law firms were established, a number of which are now highly successful. The same thing is happening now. So, if you’re thinking of making that big move now, it might be a good idea. And, we can help you get there.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: October 14, 2020
    On-Demand Release Date: Available Now

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 1 hour Practice Management Credits

  • MORE INFOMORE INFO The COVID Law Firm: How Your Law Firm Has to Change + Why Thats Actually a Good Thing: Starting a New Law Firm Right Now
    Collapse Tax Law Update 2018

    The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (H.R. 1) is the first major amendment to the Internal Revenue Code since 1986. H.R. 1 represents a substantial shift in tax policy, and will impact tax compliance and planning internationally. This CLE will be a high level discussion on the changes to the Internal Revnue Code resulting from H.R. 1's implementation.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: February 28, 2018

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 2.00 hours New York (Skills)

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    Collapse Tax Reform: Choosing an Entity

    Numerous commentators have concluded that tax reform has upended many of the traditional considerations in choosing an entity. But, has it? This CLE will review the tax considerations in choosing a form of business organization in light of tax reform. It will also include a detailed review of recently proposed regulations related to the partnership pass-through deduction.

    Formats Available: On-Demand
    Original Seminar Date: October 23, 2018

    Approved Credit:
  • MCBCFE: 2.00 hours Professional Practice Credits

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    2017 Medicaid & Elder Law Update          2.00         
    2018 Medicaid Update and the Problems & Pitfalls of Planning for Nursing Home Admissions          2.00         
    2019 Appellate Division & Court of Appeals Family Law Update with Brian Barney, Esq.                2.00   
    2019 Medicaid and Elder Law Update          1.00    1.00   
    2019 Trusts & Estates Federal and NY Legislative Caselaw Update with Marty O'Toole                2.00   
    2020 Appellate Division & Court of Appeals Family Law Update with Brian Barney, Esq.                2.00   
    2020 Civil Practice Update with Burt Lipshie, Esq.                3.00   
    2020 Medicaid & Elder Law Update WEBCAST          1.00    1.00   
    2020 Trusts & Estates Federal and NY Legislative Caselaw Update with Marty OToole                2.00   
    2021 Civil Practice Update with Burt Lipshie, Esq.                3.00   
    2021 Medicaid & Elder Law Update          1.00    1.00   
    60+ Tech Tips in 60 Minutes                   2.00
    A Basketball Breakfast: June Motion Madness                2.00   
    A Brave New World: Criminal Discovery Under CPL245       0.50       1.50   
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    Abandoned Properties: Municipal Challenges, Foreclosures, Acquisition & Rehab Financing          2.00         
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    Advance Directives: Keeping our Promise to Ensure Clients' Healthcare Decisions are Implemented                2.00   
    ADVANCED BUY/SELL AGREEMENTS                2.00   
    Affordable Care Act - For Solo & Small Firm Attorneys                0.50 1.00
    Anatomy For Lawyers    3.00    1.50 1.50      
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    Annual Appellate Division and Court of Appeals Family Law Update with Brian Barney - 2018                2.00   
    Anti-Money Laundering: Best Practices for Attorneys       0.50       1.50   
    Appellate Division Rule Changes and How They Affect Practice at the Appellate Division, Fourth Department                2.00   
    Applications for Emergency Relief in State and Federal Courts          2.00         
    Are You the Hearsay Master in Monroe County?                2.00   
    Article 10 Cases in Family Court: A Practical Guide to Parent Defense          1.50         
    Article 81 & Supplemental Needs & Trusts    2.00          2.00   
    Attorney Accounts Receivable & Fee Arbitration             2.00      
    Attorney Membership on Non-Profit Boards          2.00         
    Beating Back the Zombies: New Tools in Property Maintenance Enforcement          0.50    1.50   
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    Best Practices for Estate Planning Beneficiary Designations                     
    Best Practices for Negotiating and Drafting Software License Agreements          1.00    1.00   
    Bostock, Fulton & Beyond: The Future of LGBTQ+ Rights Under Federal Law 1.50                  
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    Business Ownership Succession: A Presentation of Relevant Considerations          2.00         
    Business Valuation in Litigation                2.00   
    Civil Practice Update 2018                3.00   
    Civil Practice Update 2019                3.00   
    Civility in the Courtroom       1.00       1.00   
    Commercial Contracts Revisited - Assessing the Risks       0.50       1.50   
    Conflicts and Sticky Situations       1.50       0.50   
    Contract Drafting          2.00         
    Contracting: COVID-19 - Treating Your Clients’ Commercial Ills Through Contract, Insurance and Lease Provisions          2.00         
    Coronavirus: What You Need to Know in the Employment and School Contexts                2.00   
    COVID-19 In the Workplace: Where we are and where we are headed                1.00   
    Critical Changes in New York's Commercial Division: Hyperlinking & Bookmarking Briefs          1.00         
    Cybersecurity for Estate Planners: Phishing, Privacy and IOT          1.50         
    CYBERSECURITY, LEGAL ETHICS & THE SHIELD ACT       1.50            
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    Demystifying Technology: How to Effectively and Ethically use Technology in your Firm       1.00    1.00      
    Discrimination without Animus: Advising your Clients about the ADA 1.00             1.00   
    Divorce Agreements & "Uncontested" Judgment Rolls - Attorneys, Mediators, Pro Se Parties and the Court                2.00   
    E-Filing in Criminal and Family Court Cases at the Fourth Department: A Discussion          2.00         
    E-Filing: From Hell and Back          1.50         
    Elder Abuse and Professional Responsibility       0.50       1.00   
    Electric Avenue: How to Create and Manage a Paperless Law Office             2.00      
    Environmental Law Update for Real Estate Transactions    2.00 0.50       1.50   
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    Ethical and Effective Use of Social Media Evidence in a Divorce Action       1.00 1.00         
    Ethical Considerations for Law Practice in the Time of COVID-19: Staying Afloat in Uncharted Waters       1.00            
    Ethics & Social Medial in Commercial Cases       1.00            
    Ethics with Sean Carter: The Ethys Awards - 2014 Edition       2.00            
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    Evidence Institute Part 1: Hearsay          1.00 1.00      
    Evidence Institute Part 2: Electronic & Documentary Evidence          1.00 1.00      
    Evidence Institute Part 3: Opinion Evidence          1.00 1.00      
    Evidence Institute Part 4: Cross Examination & Objections          1.00    1.00   
    Evidence Institute Part 5: Real & Demonstrative Evidence          1.00    1.00   
    Evidence Institute Part 6: Daubert & Frye & Parker Challenges to Experts          1.00    1.00   
    Expert Witnesses: When to Use Them, How to Find Them and How to Produce Them at Trial                1.50   
    Family Court Proceedings Series: Child Support    2.00          2.00   
    Family Court Proceedings Series: Custody Proceedings    2.00          2.00   
    Family Court Proceedings Series: Introduction to Family Court                1.50   
    Family Court Proceedings Series: Juvenile Delinquency    2.00          2.00   
    Family Court Proceedings Series: Termination of Parental Rights                2.00   
    Family Law Appellate Division Update & Court of Appeals Decisions with Brian Barney (2014)                2.00   
    Female Success in the Legal Profession 2.00                  
    Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets       0.50 1.50         
    Financial Statements: How to Know What They're Telling You (And What They're Not Telling You)    2.00    2.00         
    Forming and Maintaining a Business Entity 0.50             2.00   
    Fourth Department Criminal Update, Part Two, with Hon. Stephen K. Lindley                2.00   
    From NY to FL: What you Need to Know for Residence Determination                2.00   
    From the WDNY to the Supreme Court: The History and Constitutional Importance of Three Cases                2.00   
    General Counsel Roundtable 2017          1.00    0.50   
    Get REAL - Avoiding Harassment Claims: A Legal and Judaic Examination       1.00          1.00
    Get to the Heart of the Matter: Learn Deposition Skills from Experienced Attorneys          2.00         
    Halloween Hearsay - A Judicial Update                2.00   
    Homeowner's Associations: Representing the Developer, Buyer and the Association - Part Deux          2.00         
    How I Found Myself in a Rathole - And How I Got Out       2.00            
    I Wish I Had Known... Probate in Surrogate's Court          2.00         
    Inclusive Estate Planning for LGBTQ Clients 1.00             1.00   
    Initiating Claims and Defenses in Personal Injury Cases                2.00   
    Intellectual Property Nuts & Bolts    2.50          2.50   
    Irrevocable Life Insurance Trusts: Drafting Considerations and Trustee Liability          2.00         
    Judgment Rolls: Navigating the Process and Forms          2.00         
    Know Your Rights                1.00   
    Landlord Tenant Matters          0.50    1.50   
    Law Enforcement and Legal Immunity: Exploring a Complex Problem from All Sides 0.50             1.00   
    Lawyer Advertising in Cyberspace       1.00            
    Let's Get Ethical: A Roundup of Common Ethical Pitfalls       1.50            
    Liberalism and the Rule of Law                1.00   
    Lifecycle of a Lawsuit: Appeals          1.00    1.00   
    Lifecycle of a Lawsuit: Proper Preparation & Presentation at Trial          0.50    1.00   
    Lifecycle of a Lawsuit: Settlements & ADR          1.00       1.00
    Litigating a Buy/Sell Agreement                2.00   
    Litigation Malpractice & Professional Ethics       2.00            
    Managing Cybersecurity Risks: The Ethics and Practicalities       0.50    1.50      
    Matrimonial Evidence and Procedure - Observations from the Bench                2.00   
    Matrimonial Practice: New Rules, New Procedures and New Forms                2.00   
    MCBCFE Test    2.00 0.50            
    Meet the New County Court Judges                1.50   
    Meet the New Surrogate Honorable Christopher S. Ciaccio                1.00   
    Meeting the Challenge: Trial Preparation & Evidentiary Issues          0.50    1.50   
    Mental Health Issues and Attorney Discipline       2.00            
    Military Benefits & Coverages for Family & Matrimonial Practitioners                2.00   
    Mircroaggression and Implicit Bias in the Legal Workplace 2.00                  
    More Tech Tips You Need to Hear                2.00   
    My Bloody Valentine: Discovering the Intricacies of Bloodstain Pattern Analysis; A Hands-on Experience       0.50 0.50    1.00   
    Negotiating, Drafting and Working with Bank Loan Documents          1.00    1.00   
    New Appellate Division Rules and E-Filing at the Fourth Department                2.00   
    New Court Rules: A View From The Bench                1.00   
    New POA Law: Easier?          1.00         
    New Sexual Harassment Prevention Laws: What You Need to Know as a Lawyer and an Employer          1.00    1.00   
    New York Estate Tax                1.50   
    New York Health Care Proxies, Living Wills & eMOLST: What a practitioner should know.       0.50       1.50   
    New York Open Meetings Law and Public Hearings in the Age of COVID-19                1.00   
    New York State Division of Human Rights Protections for Transgender and and Gender Non-Conforming Persons          2.00         
    New York State Not-for-Profit Organizations: Annual Filings, Policy Documents and Recent Updates          2.00         
    New York State's New Workplace Harassment Laws: What You Need to Know                1.50   
    Now, Im a teacher too!? Kids and COVID-19       0.50    1.50      
    Nursing Home Negligence and Violations of the Public Health Law          2.00         
    Nuts & Bolts of Criminal Defense          2.00         
    Nuts & Bolts of Depositions: Tips, Perspectives, and Advice on Effective Deposition Practice          2.00         
    Nuts & Bolts of Federal Jurisdiction          2.00         
    Nuts & Bolts of Personal Jurisdiction in Civil Practice                2.00   
    Nuts & Bolts of Wills, Powers of Attorney and Health Care Proxies for Young Attorneys or Non-Trust & Estates Practitioners          2.00         
    Nuts and Bolts of Mesothelioma Practice                1.50   
    Out of State Orders in NY Family Court          2.00         
    Parental Alienation: The Next Wave of Family Law Litigation                2.00   
    Paving the Rainbow Road: Stonewall, Today & Beyond 2.00                  
    Perfecting an Appeal in the Second Circuit, and Considerations for Appellate Practitioners       0.50 1.50         
    Phone Tips for Mobile Lawyers             1.00      
    Pitfalls to Avoid When Suing the City, County or State          2.00         
    Planning Options for Clients with Families with Special Needs                2.00   
    Posthumously Conceived Children in Light of Amendments to EPTL                2.00   
    PPP: The Next Round                1.00   
    Practical Tips About Your PPP Loan Funds          0.50    1.00   
    Practical Tips for Opening and Cosing Statements in Criminal Cases          2.00         
    Prenups: Tips and Techniques to help the Estate Planning, Marital, and Business Attorney       0.50 1.50         
    Primer on Surveys    1.00             1.00
    Process Excellence: Judgment Rolls                2.00   
    Racial Disparities in Healthcare: History, Causes & Effects, and Solutions 1.50                  
    Raise the Age: Change is Coming to the Law and the Courts                2.00   
    Raising Capital for Early Stage Companies          0.50    1.50   
    Real Estate 101                2.00   
    Real Estate 102                2.50   
    Real Estate 103                2.00   
    Reopening I: Preparing Your Law Firm Workplace for the Post-COVID Return                1.00   
    Reopening II: Dealing with Employees in the Post-COVID Law Firm                1.00   
    Reopening III: My Struggles and Stresses in Coming Back       1.00    0.50      
    Representing a Disabled Parent in Family Court: Law and Strategies 1.00       1.00         
    Restrictive Covenants and Trade Secrets          2.00         
    Retiring? Great! Here's How to Close Your Practice.       0.50    1.50      
    Role of Referee and Foreclosure Update    2.00 0.50       1.50   
    Securities Part II    4.00          4.00   
    Senior Care and Living             0.50 1.50   
    Sex, Lies and QDROs                     
    Small Business Loan Provisions Under the CARES Act in a Nutshell          1.00    1.00   
    Spinal Anatomy and the Law          2.00         
    Splitting the Tax Baby 2019                1.50   
    Support Magistrates: CLE Dialogue          1.00    1.00   
    Surrogate's Court 101    2.00          2.00   
    Susan B. Anthony and the Law: A Case Study 1.00                  
    Tax Law Update 2018          2.00         
    Tax Reform: Choosing an Entity                2.00   
    Technology and the Commercial Division          2.00         
    The "New Normal" in Post-COVID Court                1.00   
    The "Red Flag" - New Rules on Firearms in New York                2.00   
    The ABCs of Data Privacy: GDPR, CCPA, NY SHIELD Act and More!                2.00   
    The Clerks' Offices: Continuing the Conversation with...          2.00         
    The Coronovirus Outbreak is a Referendum on Virtual Practice How Quickly Can Your Law Firm Get Up to Speed?                1.00   
    The COVID Law Firm: How Your Law Firm Has to Change + Why Thats Actually a Good Thing: Managing a Distributed Workforce             1.00      
    The COVID Law Firm: How Your Law Firm Has to Change + Why Thats Actually a Good Thing: Starting a New Law Firm Right Now             1.00      
    The First Amendment, the News & Telling Your Story in 2019                2.00   
    The Foreclosure Process; Overview and Local Changes          2.00         
    The Forgotten Art of Preliminary Hearings in Criminal Cases          1.50         
    The New Cannabis Law: Business, Ethics, Crime       0.50       1.00   
    The Nuts and Bolts of Attorney Discipline          1.00    1.00   
    The Nuts and Bolts of Mediation: Practical Advice for Young Lawyers          2.00         
    The Power of Focus Groups       0.50       1.50   
    The Second Decade: DWI Update 2020                2.00   
    The Senior Client: A Panel Discussion on Ageism in Law Practice 1.00                  
    There's No Fight Like A Fiduciary Fight          0.50    1.00   
    Title Insurance 101          1.00    1.00   
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    Trusts and Estates Federal & NY Legislative and Caselaw Update with Martin O'Toole (2017)          2.00         
    Trusts and Estates Federal & NY Legislative and Caselaw Update with Martin O'Toole (2018)                2.00   
    Tying Up Loose Ends Escaping Litigation over Commercial Agreements          1.50         
    Updates from Above: What's Been Going on in the Court of Appeals and Appellate Division?                2.00   
    Updates in Legal Ethics for Ethical Attorneys       2.00            
    Using Skype for Business in New York Courts Videoconferencing 101          1.00         
    Vacating Marital Agreements: Recent Developments          1.50         
    Valuation - From the Neverland Ranch to Western New York - What Do They Have in Common and What's New?          0.50    1.50   
    Veterans Benefits for the Estate and Long Term Care Planning Attorney                1.50   
    Virtual Litigation: What Works and What Doesn't in Remote Court?          1.50         
    Voter Suppression: Then and Now 1.00                  
    What Clients Want: Managing Legal Consumer Expectations in 2019             2.00      
    What Goes on in the Other Room? The Mysteries of Mediation - Explained                     
    What to Do For Your Client When CPS Comes Knocking                1.00   
    What To Do When Facing A Grievance    2.00 2.00            
    What You Need to Know About NYS Social Services Law 104-b                2.00   
    Whats the Deal with My Appeal? Critical E-Filing Rules in the Appellate Division          1.00         
    When Good Deeds Go Unpunished - Understanding the Proper Elements and Form of Real Property Deeds          1.00    1.00