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The holidays (and many CLE deadlines) are fast approaching! While this year’s holiday season will be a little atypical, Lawline continues to produce an ongoing lineup of great CLEs to help you with your practice. With topics such as cannabis e-commerce and how to conduct distance trades, there’s a relevant program for everyone this November. Check out some of the upcoming highlights below:

Cannabis E-Commerce: Legal and Regulatory Problems and Solutions for Online Marketing and Selling. There are many state and state laws, regulations, and guidelines that restrict all cannabis companies in a number of – sometimes conflicting – ways. This program examines the effects of the California Consumer Privacy Act, Telephone Consumer Privacy Act, Federal Trade Commission, and the Americans with Disabilities Act on cannabis companies – and more. Airing November 10, 2020 at 3:30 p.m. (EST)
Post-2020 Election Analysis: Race Status, Access To Ballot Slips, And Election-Based Litigation. The 2020 election is preparing to become one of the greatest in our country’s history. This program reviews officials’ efforts to ensure safe access to ballot papers amid a global pandemic, highlights of election-related litigation, changes to the voting process, post-election matters, and more. Airing November 16, 2020 at 1:00 p.m. EST
Implementation of effective long distance transfers. Remote procedures defined 2020 and it is becoming increasingly clear that in some ways they will stay here even after the pandemic ends. This program provides attorneys with essential skills for conducting successful remote mediation. Airing November 30, 2020 at 11:30 a.m. (EST)

If you can’t attend a live webcast, don’t worry! All of our courses are offered upon request within 48 hours of broadcast (and you can try them out with our free trial). Check out some recent highlights:

Management of cyber risks through insurance. Cyber ​​security incidents are all too common and pose a major threat to businesses. This program provides an overview of the cyber threat landscape, updates on state, state, and foreign cybersecurity regulations, and how well-designed cyber insurance is mitigating cyber risk can. Originally broadcast on October 1, 2020
The Disabled Lawyer and COVID-19: Strategies To Encourage Lawyers To Seek Help And Respond Appropriately When They Don’t. During the pandemic, lawyers were at higher risk of substance abuse due to increased isolation and stress. This program focuses on approaches law firms and employees should take to encourage lawyers to move forward and seek help, and how executives can respond to lawyers in need. Originally broadcast on October 2, 2020
The Copyright Case of the Decade: Google v Oracle Analysis at the Supreme Court. This program deals with the oral presentations and pleadings in Google v. Oracle – and the fundamental question that the case poses of the ability to copyright widely used software. Originally broadcast on October 13, 2020

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