CLE Courses

Welcome to Your CLE Store!

We are proud to offer you best-in-class programming by and for North Carolina lawyers spanning from in-person events to online courses available when you are. The wealth of knowledge shared by our speakers makes our CLE's valuable sources of information for both novice and seasoned practitioners. Whether you prefer in-person, online or a combination, our store has what you need.

2014 Health Law Section Annual Meeting
2014 Health Law Section Annual Meeting

 

 NC Bar Center
Cary, NC 

Friday, April 25, 2014 

Registration: 8:15 - 8:50 a.m.
Program: 8:50 a.m. - 4:15 p.m.

Also available via Live Webcast. and Video Replay.

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The Health Law Section’s annual CLE is your compass to help navigate a rapidly changing health care system and regulations.

This program is designed to provide a detailed overview of the hot topic issues in health care regulation and features presentations on topics ranging from: how to effectively and ethically counsel clients on self-disclosure of violations to the government, to outlining best practices in conducting fair market valuations in accordance with IRS and health care regulations.  

This program is an invaluable resource for any attorney with a health care client.

  • Brush up on health care reimbursement under major payment systems and how these systems have been impacted by the Affordable Care Act and what it means for your client.
  • Understand the importance of instituting a written and comprehensive policy governing Fair Market valuations under IRS and health law regulations.
  • Gain important insight into regulation enforcement trends, including the focus on individual prosecutions, use of NPAs and DPAs, and the impact of the Toumey case.
  • Learn how Health Information Exchanges are changing the delivery of care and about some of the challenges encountered in their use.
  • Hear practitioners’ perspectives on the operational challenges and opportunities in an ACO, along with anecdotes on how they have met each in the past year.
  • Learn how to effectively and ethically steer your client in any self-disclosure of violations to the government.

Planned by the NCBA Health Law Section

2014 IP Institute for Paralegals
2014 IP Institute for Paralegals

 

 NC Bar Center
Cary, NC 

Thursday, May 1, 2014 

Registration: 8:30 - 8:55 a.m.
Program: 8:55 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Also available via Video Replay.  

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Don’t miss the 2014 Intellectual Property (IP) Institute for Paralegals.  This day-long, multi-track program covers many relevant topics for IP Paralegals and Administrators of all experience levels working with patents and/or trademarks.

  • IP specific program meets NC State Bar Board of Paralegal Certification requirements for recertification  
  • New developments at the EPO
  • Session focusing on copyrights/design patent/trade dress
  • Updates on the America Invents Act
  • CTM/Madrid Protocol

Planned by the NCBA Paralegal Division 

Winning the Battle but Losing the War: Maintaining Professionalism in an Increasingly Polarized Society
Winning the Battle but Losing the War: Maintaining Professionalism in an Increasingly Polarized Society

 

 NC Bar Center
Cary, NC 

Friday, May 2, 2014 

Registration: 8:15 - 8:50 a.m.
Program: 8:50 a.m. - 4:15 p.m.

Also available via Live Webcast and Video Replay

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What is professionalism?  Former North Carolina State Bar President E. Fitzgerald Parnell, III defined it as "The rekindling and nurturing of those embedded values that brought each of us to the Bar."  

Whether you are a current law student, new associate, or an experienced practitioner, this CLE underscores the importance of maintaining professional behavior in the legal profession and offers guidance on how to do so while still being a zealous advocate for your clients.

  • Featuring Lousiana attorneys , Rick Simmons and Jim Cobb, who successfully defended high profile clients, Dr. Anna Pou and Sal and Mabel Mangano, respectively, on criminal charges due to events arising out of Hurricane Katrina.
  • Learn how to implement a renewed understanding of professional behavior in your practice in order to better serve your clients, become a more effective attorney and advocate, become a better colleague, and achieve greater satisfaction in your career and life.
  • Listen to our panels of judges, successful women attorneys, bar leaders and other practitioners describe their experiences with professional and unprofessional behavior in the legal profession.

At this program, you will: 

  • Hear a distinguished panel of North Carolina State and Federal judges talk about professional and unprofessional behavior in their courtrooms
  • Learn from successful women attorneys who disprove the misconception that women must be brazen and unprofessional in order to be successful in the legal profession
  • Discover how to maintain professionalism in high profile cases from lawyers dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina
  • Gain a better understanding of the disciplinary process of the N.C. State Bar
  • Qualify for ethics and substance abuse/mental health credit from sessions dealing with e-mail, social media, and depression 

Planned by the NCBA Lawyer Effectiveness and Quality of Life Committee and BarCares

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Featured Speakers Richards Simmons and James Cobb