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Ethics Crossroads: Where Politics, Professionalism and the Rules of a Professional Responsibility Meet
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This program is geared toward lawyers who serve either as elected representatives or appointed members of a governmental organization such that they find themselves governed by multiple regulatory systems.
The interactive discussion concentrates on how the various regulations intersect and interact.
This program provides the mandatory substance abuse/mental health hours as well as ethics hours while providing our lawyer/elected officials and lawyers interested in the topic the opportunity to consider where their ethical duties parallel and where they intersect.
Hobby Lobby, Town of Greece and Hosanna Tabor: The U.S. Supreme Court's Recent Religion Cases (2015 Constitutional Rights & Responsibilities Section Annual Meeting)
The Court has ruled that, in some instances, for-profit corporations need not comply with regulations that violate their religious beliefs.
It has upheld a local government’s practice of having local clergy offer prayers at town council meetings, even though most of the prayers were explicitly Christian.
The Court has also limited the application of employment discrimination laws to church employers.
Collectively, these rulings have profound implications for the extent to which religious beliefs may excuse private companies and churches from legal obligations and the degree to which religious practices may be incorporated into government functions.
This full-day program explores those implications with the help of scholars and practitioners who focus on legal issues involving religion.
Attorneys for local governments, private companies that attempt to operate in line with religious beliefs, or religious organizations will want to attend.
The program is of interest to anyone who cares about religious liberty or the relationship between church and state.
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Planned by the NCBA Constitutional Right and Responsibilities Section
Litigating Complex Business Disputes in the Business Court and Beyond (2015 Antitrust & Complex Business Disputes Section Annual Meeting)
From changes to statutes concerning the designation of cases to the North Carolina Business Court, to judicial decisions concerning attorney-client privilege, the ground has shifted for attorneys and parties involved in complex business disputes.
Listen to a group of experienced and distinguished attorneys and judges explain changes in the law and best practices regarding various aspects of business litigation in North Carolina.
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Planned by the NCBA Antitrust & Complex Business Disputes Law Section.
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