Taught by an experienced commercial law practitioner (and iPad enthusiast) with over 30 years of transactional experience, this unique program will include iPad apps for:
œBasic Principles for Choosing Apps
œCore iPad Skills
œDocument Management œUsing PDFs
œImproved E-mail Formatting
œWord Processing (including Track Changes)
œTo Do's & Task Management
œMeeting Agendas & Notes
œPresentations (including PowerPoint)
œScanning & Faxing
Whether you are a general practitioner, an in-house generalist, or a full time employment lawyer, you should not miss this program. This program is a practical survey of the latest developments in four core areas of employment law that are rife with traps for unwary New York lawyers: parental and medical leaves; minimum wage and overtime rules; and whistleblowing and retaliation. The faculty, some of the New York’s top employment law practitioners, will give you essential tips about sometimes thorny issues that cannot be ignored.
During the October 2013 Term, the Supreme Court ruled on cases presenting some of the most contested legal issues making for an exciting "year in review." At this program, a prominent panel of former Supreme Court law clerks, constitutional scholars, litigators, and a federal district court judge will examine, review, and debate the leading Supreme Court decisions of the Term and their impact on the future. The speakers represent diverse points of view and perspectives and will provide insightful discussions of the Court's decisions.
Representing a client who is buying or selling a small to midsize business is a complicated process, involving a myriad of legal issues and business considerations. Our informative and practical program will guide you through the various aspects of purchasing or selling an ongoing business. You will learn strategies for working with buyers, sellers, opposing counsel, brokers and lenders; techniques for negotiating and drafting key contract clauses; and procedures for getting the deal closed for your client.
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