Date: Friday, January 18, 2019

Location: Banquet One, 10616 Metromont Pkwy #100, Charlotte, NC 28269

Time: 8:00am – 9:15pm

Credits: 10 general and 2 ethics CLE hours
*a complimentary substance abuse video replay will be provided

Price: $179 until 11/26/18; $199 until 12/18/19; $249

Family Law Session 8:00am-2:20pm
5 General and 1 Ethics CLE hour

Attorney Shelley Brown will elaborate on basic divorce and custody pleadings.

Attorney Timothy Peterkin will review child support establishment, preparation and presentation of the case.

Attorney Shelia Huggins will provide a discussion on social media in employment cases. She will review business and legal implications. She will elaborate on how to develop your social media policy for employers that balances the interest of the employer and the first amendment rights of the employee.

Criminal Law Session 2:45pm-9:15pm
5 General and 1 Ethics CLE hour

Attorney Jason Lunsford will address the rules and procedures surrounding clients when have been involuntarily committed. He will discuss what to do when the client objects to the commitment. How does an attorney adequately represent a client whose competence is being challenged? He will discuss strategies for finding the best solution for the client.

Attorney Idrissa Smith will elaborate on sex crimes. He will discuss dealing with child victims, protective orders, reviewing explicit or uncomfortable discovery with client/family, and extraordinary mitering factors.

Attorney Kimberly Lott will discuss digital forensics and how to obtain, understand and effectively use this information to advocate for your clients.

Attorney Timothy Peterkin with provide a summary of the most recent US Supreme Court Opinions that addressed criminal law matters, including ineffective assistance counsel and probable cause and fourth amendment challenges. He will discuss how these cases can help criminal defense attorneys develop appropriate strategies to more effectively represent criminal defendants.

Mr. Craig Petronella will elaborate on cybersecurity threats. He will discuss how to effectively protect clients personal information,

Register for the January Live Video Replay – Charlotte

Date: Friday, January 18, 2019

Time: 1:00pm – 2:15pm

Credits: 1 General CLE hour

Live Webinar
Price: $35 until 01/04/19; $45 thereafter

We will take a comprehensive look at some of the cases decided by the NC Appellate courts within the last 2 years that have addressed divorce, custody, and other family law cases.

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Date: Thursday, January 24, 2019

Time: 3:30pm – 5:15pm

Credits: 1.5 General CLE hours

Live Webinar
Price: $52.50 until 01/10/19; $67.50 thereafter

This 1.50 General CLE will discuss working with political candidates as consultants. He will discuss legal structure of the campaign committee, errors to avoid and other legal considerations when running for office or advising candidates who are running for office. 

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Date: Friday, January 25, 2019

Location: Guilford Convention Center, 3113 Cedar Park Rd., Greensboro, NC 27406

Time: 8:00am – 9:15pm

Credits: 10 general and 2 ethics CLE hours

*a complimentary substance abuse video replay will be provided

Price: $179 until 11/26/18; $199 until 01/04/19; $249

Family Law Session 8:00am-2:20pm
5 General and 1 Ethics CLE hour

Attorney Shelley Brown will elaborate on basic divorce and custody pleadings.

Attorney Timothy Peterkin will review child support establishment, preparation and presentation of the case.

Attorney Shelia Huggins will provide a discussion on social media in employment cases. She will review business and legal implications. She will elaborate on how to develop your social media policy for employers that balances the interest of the employer and the first amendment rights of the employee.

Criminal Law Session 2:45pm-9:15pm
5 General and 1 Ethics CLE hour

Attorney Jason Lunsford will address the rules and procedures surrounding clients when have been involuntarily committed. He will discuss what to do when the client objects to the commitment. How does an attorney adequately represent a client whose competence is being challenged? He will discuss strategies for finding the best solution for the client.

Attorney Idrissa Smith will elaborate on sex crimes. He will discuss dealing with child victims, protective orders, reviewing explicit or uncomfortable discovery with client/family, and extraordinary mitering factors.

Attorney Kimberly Lott will discuss digital forensics and how to obtain, understand and effectively use this information to advocate for your clients.

Attorney Timothy Peterkin with provide a summary of the most recent US Supreme Court Opinions that addressed criminal law matters, including ineffective assistance counsel and probable cause and fourth amendment challenges. He will discuss how these cases can help criminal defense attorneys develop appropriate strategies to more effectively represent criminal defendants.

Mr. Craig Petronella will elaborate on cybersecurity threats. He will discuss how to effectively protect clients personal information,

Register for the January Live Video Replay – Greensboro

Date: Monday, January 28, 2019

Time: 9:00am – 1:30pm

Credits: 3 General and 1 Ethics CLE hour

Live Webinar
Price: $75 until 01/14/19; $99 thereafter

Attorney Brian Groesser  will provide a comprehensive introduction to Workers Compensation. In this session, he will offer practical tips as well as a review of the most essential statutes and cases that address injured employees and their rights to recover damages. He will also address how to avoid the common pitfalls.

Attorney Jacob Goad will discuss undocumented workers in workers compensation cases. He will explain what rights the workers have and any collateral immigration consequences that the attorney must consider and advise the client so the client can determine if and how to proceed.

Attorney Kara McIvor will discuss ethical and professional behavior. She will elaborate on ethics opinions and explain how attorneys should incorporate these new opinions into their practice.

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Date: Monday, January 28, 2019

Time: 9:00am – 11:10am

Credits: 2 General CLE hours

Live Webinar
Price: $70 until 01/14/19; $90 thereafter

Attorney Brian Groesser  will provide a comprehensive introduction to Workers Compensation. In this session, he will offer practical tips as well as a review of the most essential statutes and cases that address injured employees and their rights to recover damages. He will also address how to avoid the common pitfalls.

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Date: Monday, January 28, 2019

Time: 11:10am – 12:20pm

Credits: 1 General CLE hour

Live Webinar
Price: $35 until 01/14/19; $45 thereafter

Attorney Jacob Goad will discuss undocumented workers in workers compensation cases. He will explain what rights the workers have and any collateral immigration consequences that the attorney must consider and advise the client so the client can determine if and how to proceed.

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Date: Monday, January 28, 2019

Time: 12:20pm – 1:30pm

Credits: 1 Ethics CLE hour

Live Webinar
Price: $40 until 01/14/19; $50 thereafter

Attorney Kara McIvor will discuss ethical and professional behavior. She will elaborate on ethics opinions and explain how attorneys should incorporate these new opinions into their practice.

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Date: Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Time: 1:00pm – 3:15pm

Credits: 2 General CLE hours

Live Webinar
Price: $70 until 01/16/19; $90 thereafter

Attorney Latavia Alexander will cover the statutes that give students the right to representation, what to expect when asked to represent a student, and an overview of the conduct process.

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Date: Saturday, February 2, 2019

Time: 10:00am – 11:45am

Credits: 1.5 General CLE hours

Live Webinar
Price: $52.50 until 01/19/19; $67.50 thereafter

Attorney Tiffany Peguise-Powers will elaborate on modifying custody orders. She will focus on how to present the best case when seeking to change an existing custody order. She will also discuss how to appropriately draft persuasive pleadings.

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Law to the People, LLC

129 E Third Ave
Red Springs, NC 28377