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Child Support Guidelines: 2010 Update for Tennessee Attorneys

Earn 1 hour of CLE credit with Barbara Broersma, assistant general counsel of the Tennessee Department of Human Services, the agency that oversees child support in Tennessee. During this 60-minute course, your speaker will present valuable updates on Tennessee's child support guidelines, touching on topics such as the purpose and history of Tennessee's guidelines, child support assumptions, willful or voluntary unemployment or underemployment, and much more.

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$40.00
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Ethical Pitfalls: The Attorney's Use of Technology & Social Media

You will want to take advantage of this opportunity to hear Marisa Lee Combs discuss the pros and cons of using Internet technology and social media in your legal practice. Ms Combs is an associate in the Nashville office of Lewis, King, Krieg & Waldrop. She practices in the areas of construction law and litigation. Earn 1.25 CLE credits and find out how to avoid costly mistakes through the proper use of current electronic resources.

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$50.00
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The Inadvertent Receipt of Confidential Information: Ethical Considerations in Tennessee

Earn .75 CLE credit and gain valuable guidance on the proper steps to take when you accidently receive confidential information from an opposing party. Experienced litigator Griffin Dunham discusses current opinions from the Tennessee Board of Professional Responsibility and the American Bar Association concerning an attorney's ethical duties to clients, the court and other attorneys when an inadvertent release of privileged information occurs. Mr. Dunham has tried complex cases involving torts, contracts and securities regulations. His practice concentrates on distressed business restructuring and commercial litigation.

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$30.00
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Friends and Followers- An Attorney's Ethical Use of Social Media in Tennessee

Earn 1 hour of DUAL CLE credit while Eileen Burkhalter Smith, with the Tennessee Board of Professional Responsibility, explains ethical issues dealing with social media in Tennessee. This course covers many topics that are becoming more and more pressing as the implementation of various types of social media shape the daily landscape of the contemporary practice of law.

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$40.00
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Veterinary Forensic Science and Medicine (Animal CSI) - Course 1

Welcome to Course 2 in this comprehensive, six-course, online self-directed series on veterinary forensic science & medicine (VFSM) and animal crime scene investigation (CSI). The improvement of laws and the increase in animal-related investigations has created a greater demand for veterinary expertise. This in-depth course series provides a complete education in veterinary forensics, taught by some of the most respected leaders in the field. Upon successful completion of each course, you’ll be able to demonstrate a broad knowledge of forensic science and medicine, which will allow you to assist with legal cases with a higher level of expertise and better qualifications. This course is open to veterinarians, veterinary technicians, practice staff, animal welfare workers, and students from all disciplines who would like to enter the field of veterinary forensics and/or serve as an expert witness in legal matters. It is also applicable and open to members of the legal community, including law enforcement and attorneys. WARNING: The images and video in this course is extremely graphic in nature and may be upsetting to some.

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$375.00
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Personal Injury Damages in Tennessee: Where Do We Stand After Tort Reform?

Earn 1 hour of CLE credit as Brandon Bass, with the Law Offices of John Day in Brentwood, explains where we stand after the passage of the Civil Justice Act of 2011 capping noneconomic damages in Tennessee. Learn what issues you can expect to face in the coming years and how damages can be proven going forward so you can best serve your clients in personal injury cases.

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$40.00
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QDROs in Tennessee: 2013 Update

Earn .75 hour of CLE credit as James Helton shares practical tips and advice for dividing retirement plans in Tennessee. Learn how the marital portion of the pension is calculated, what the Plan Administrator requires, how gains and losses will be credited, and more.

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$30.00