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All the Different Ways to Transfer Assets at Death1 General HourPresenter: Timothy RussellThis program details the many different ways to transfer a deceased person's assets to the heirs. It explains contracts between the deceased and financial institutions, such as Payable On Death designations (POD).
This is a survey of construction contract issues for the General Practitioner. The webinar covers the most prevalent sources for construction contracts with an explanation.
Recent Developments in Copyright and Trademark Law1 General HourPresenter: Rashauna Norment
Recent Developments in Copyright and Trademark Law” covers several notable updates and changes in copyright and trademark law. For copyright law, the United States Supreme Court clarified the “registration approach” prior to filing a copyright infringement complaint, and the U.S. Copyright Office has modified procedures for electronically filing copyright applications. For trademark law, United States Supreme Court clarified that the disparagement clause in the Lanham Act violates the Free Speech clause of the First Amendment, and a discussion of various other cases involving acquired distinctiveness and collateral estoppel.
MIGA (Make Immigration Great Again)1 General HourPresenter: Misty BorkowskiThe purpose of this webinar is to provide an update on Immigration.
Handling Unemployment Claims and Appeals1 General HourPresenter: Danna YoungThe purpose of this webinar is to provide an overview of the unemployment compensation system in Arkansas.
Civility in Law Part One: Trends and Civility Issues1 Ethics HourPresenter: Dr. Candice Dowd Barnes & Todd ParkerThe first part of the series will introduce the trends of civility and incivility over the past ten years. Important facts and statistics will highlight how the civility has affected every institution in America, and especially those systems that focus on law and education. Participants will engage in interactive activities designed to engage evidentiary reasoning and critical thinking about how one defines and re-frames civility for oneself and one's client(s). The session is founded on the intersection of cultural humility and civility, and how that intersection helps to build a high-performance relationship between attorney and client.
Civility in Law Part Two: Intersection of Humility and Civility1 Ethics HourPresenter: Dr. Candice Dowd Barnes & Todd ParkerThis highlights the touchstones of part one. This session will delve deeper into the intersection of civility and laws, and the impact of civility with clients and colleagues. The session will frame a discussion around a role-play or scenario between a client and attorney that demonstrates the elements of cultural humility and civility. Participants will also engage in the "On the Table" activity. This activity is designed to engage participants in a discussion about how their various and diverse identities influence presumptions and assumptions that might affect the relationships.
Civility in Law Part Three: Civility and Personality1 Ethics HourPresenter: Dr. Candice Dowd Barnes & Todd ParkerThe session provides strategies and concepts to engage in difficult conversations, and do so with civility. This session will also provide a deep understanding of the conflict and discussion styles that contribute to genuine interactions, and understand the complexities that shape how we build relationships with those of similar and dissimilar cultural identities. The activity in this session will draw upon the “On the Table” activity from part two, but will allows for a deeper discussion on the influence of personality.
2019 Overtime Final Rule1 General HourPresenter: Tim SteadmanIn 2016, a federal district court in Texas enjoined a proposed rule that would have substantially increased the minimum salary level for employees classified as exempt under the executive, administrative, and professional exemptions. After a change in presidential administration and another round of notice and comment, the minimum salary level is finally going up starting January 1, 2020 (by a lesser amount than proposed in 2016). The DOL estimates that 1.3 million more workers will be entitled to overtime once the rule takes effect. Listen in to hear about the background leading up to the rule, thoughts about whether the rule will be challenged again, and some of the issues with the Rule’s framework.
Ethics & Social Media for Lawyers - Not an Oxymoron 1 Ethics HourPresenter: Kathleen McDonald
The World's Greatest Breaches and What to Do About Them 1 General HourPresenters: Anton Janik & Mandy Stanton
What do the world’s greatest data breaches teach you and your clients? This presentation discusses the Arkansas Personal Information Protection Act and touches upon several relevant federal regulations while analyzing eight well-known data breaches, with a focus on what went wrong, what could have been done to prevent them, how the breach notification and disclosure were handled and mishandled, and concludes with a series of actionable tips that you can use with your clients when planning how to prevent and appropriately respond to a data breach.
LGBTQ Discrimination Claims Under Title VII: Advising Your Clients in Uncertain Times1 General HourPresenter: Abtin Mehdizadegan
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