June 18-19, 2018: June 2018 Conference

Date: Monday, June 18, 2018 – Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Time: 9:00am – 4:10pm

Credits: 10 general and 2 ethics hours

Price:
Live Webinar: $249 on or before 04/19/18; $299 on or before 05/19/18; $349 thereafter

Day 1 – Divorce and Custody Review
Attorney Shelley Brown will elaborate on basic divorce and custody pleadings.

We will review child support establishment, preparation and presentation of the case.

Attorney Timothy Peterkin will discuss recent appellate decisions on divorce and custody and child support.

Attorney Timothy Peterkin will also review 2017 Formal Ethics Opinions.

Day 2 – Criminal Defense Review
Attorney Lisa Williams will review sample pre-trial motions and discuss the underlying legal basis, including when they are needed in order to preserve the record on appeal.

Attorney Lisa Williams will discuss obtaining discovery from the DA and compelling discovery.

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.

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

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June 18, 2018: Divorce and Custody Review

Date: Monday, June 18, 2018

Time: 9:00am – 4:15pm

Credits: 5 general and 1 ethics hour

Price:
Live Webinar: $180 on or before 04/18/18; $200 on or before 05/18/18; $225 thereafter

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

We will review child support establishment, preparation and presentation of the case.

Attorney Timothy Peterkin will discuss recent appellate decisions on divorce and custody and child support.

Attorney Timothy Peterkin will also review 2017 Formal Ethics Opinions.

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June 19, 2018: Criminal Defense Review

Date: Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Time: 9:00am – 4:10pm

Credits: 5 general and 1 ethics hour

Price:
Live Webinar: $180 on or before 04/19/18; $200 on or before 05/19/18; $225 thereafter

Attorney Lisa Williams will review sample pre-trial motions and discuss the underlying legal basis, including when they are needed in order to preserve the record on appeal.

Attorney Lisa Williams will discuss obtaining discovery from the DA and compelling discovery.

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.

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

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June 29, 2018: DWI – What the Appellate Courts are Saying

Date: Friday, June 29, 2018

Time: 1:00pm – 2:15pm

Credits: 1 general CLE hour

Price:
Live Webinar: $35 on or before 06/15/18; $45 thereafter

We will explore cases where Defendants have been convicted at trial for DWI and the analysis of the appellate courts in NC and the US Supreme Court. We will analyze the most effective arguments that have been made in the recent cases and discuss best trial strategies in light of these opinions.

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July 11, 2018: Defendant-Witness Competence

Date: Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Time: 1:00pm – 2:15pm

Credits: 1 general CLE hour

Price:
Live Webinar: $35 on or before 06/11/18; $45 thereafter

If there is any question about the witness/defendant’s competence, the lawyer must inquire. Lawyers are required to insure their clients are competent. We must explore the best way to determine competence and then what we can and should do when the person does not appear to be competent. Can the court inquire on its own into competence? Can the court make this inquiry even against the defendant’s objection? We will explore these various scenarios.

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July 13, 2018: Involuntary Commitments

Date: Friday, July 13, 2018

Time: 1:00pm – 2:15pm

Credits: 1 general CLE hour

Price:
Live Webinar: $35 on or before 06/13/18; $45 thereafter

Attorney 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.

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July 25, 2018: Discovery in Criminal Cases – The Duty of the DA

Date: Wednesday, July 25, 2018

Time: 1:00pm – 2:15pm

Credits: 1 general CLE hour

Price:
Live Webinar: $35 on or before 06/25/18; $45 thereafter

Attorney Peterkin will discuss the criminal discovery process. What are items that must be turned over to the defense vs. items that should be tuned over? Are there limitations on the time the District Attorney has to disclose information? We will discuss the documented cases where there has been prosecutorial misconduct.

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July 27, 2018: Tax Law Review 2018

Date: Friday, July 27, 2018

Time: 10:00am – 11:15am

Credits: 1 general CLE hours

Price:
Live Webinar:  $30 on  05/11/18 only!

$35 on or before 06/27/18; $45 thereafter

Professor Reginald Mombrun will discuss tax favorable and unfavorable provisions for individuals. He will elaborate on the missed opportunities and the Tax War. He will review business income tax benefits, corporate tax rate reductions, and changes to International taxation in the recent tax overhaul.

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August 10, 2018: Real Estate Primer

Date: Friday, August 10, 2018

Time: 9:00pm – 2:45am

Credits: 4 general CLE hours

Price:
Live Webinar: $125 on or before 07/10/18; $150 thereafter

Attorney Tara Nichols will elaborate on the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s regulations and discuss how they impact the disclosure requirements in a closing.

Attorney Cara Petri will elaborate on title vesting, the various ways to hold title, etc. She will also touch on the intricacies and how sometimes family lawyers and estate lawyers may only see it from their prospective, but the law varies greatly based on how the title is vested.

Attorney Kristin Lang will review documents and steps necessary to complete a residential closing, including the preparation of the deed, getting payoffs, preparation of settlement statements, etc. This discussion will also incorporate a discussion on best practices to protect your client, yourself and the property.

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