April 26, 2013
“The Intersections of IP and Business”
Topics Being Presented Are:
Intersections of IP and Bankruptcy
Larry Ream, Senior Partner, Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt
Virginia Nicholson, Associate Attorney, Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt
Trademark Law – “A Year in Review”
Sarah J. Rhoades, Attorney, Michael J. Sherwood, P.C.
Ethics – Conflicts of Interest
Milt G. Rowland, OF Counsel, Foster Pepper PLLC
$60 if paid by April 24th
$70 at registration
FREE for law students
Approved for 2 General CLE credits & 1 Ethics CLE credit
March 29, 2013
“Early Brain Development & Best-Interest Decision Making in our Courts: Using Science to Inform Decision Making”
Approved for 6.0 CLE credits, pending approval for Social Work/Licensed Mental Health Professional Credits
Seattle University School of Law and Gonzaga University School of Law, in collaboration with the Center for Children & Youth Justice and Casey Family Programs are pleased to announce the fourth offering in a series about early brain development and best-interest decision-making in our courts. Lawyers, judges, gaurdians ad litem, CASAs, mental health and other service providers, medical professionals, and social work professionals working with families with young children involved in dependency (child welfare) and/or high conflict divorce cases will find these programs englightening.
March 22, 2013
“International Business and Trade: From Policy to Practice”
6.0 credits, including 2.0 ethical credits in WA.
Ved Nanda, John Evans University Professor and Thompson G. Marsh Professor of Law at Sturm College of Law, will deliver the keynote address. Additional topics include:
- Practical challenges and policy issues surrounding the commoditizing of knowledge and ideas
- Emerging ethical issues regarding international business transactions
- Human rights considerations in international surrogacy
- Important considerations when advising a private client concerning technical barriers to trade
For questions about the symposium please contact Andrea Close & Jeremy Page, Symposium Editors. Any other questions, please contact Vicky Daniels at 509-313-3920.
December 19, 2012
This CLE has been rescheduled from the original 11-27-12 date to 12-19-12
Social Media Evidence Issues: Admissibility, Foundational Concerns & Expert Testimony
Social Media Pitfalls for Lawyers & Staff
Additional Metadata & Social Media Case Law Update
How to Lose Your Case: Avoid Drafting Metadata Related Discovery Requests
How to Lose Your Case: Avoid Drafting Smartphone Discovery Requests
More Social Media & Metadata Ethics Issues
This course focuses upon tech topics of critical importance to lawyers including the tremendous new discovery tools and options available to lawyers using social media; the critical importance for lawyers to commence smartphone discovery to avoid malpractice; the new case law affecting metadata issues in discovery that most lawyers currently ignore and the resulting potential lawyer malpractice; some of the issues regarding social media ethics impact on lawyer ethics; and the hidden metadata contained within all electronic files that lawyers must know
Pending approval for 5.0 CLE hours, including 1.0 hours of Ethics in WA and ID.
For online registration, click here. You may print, fill out, and mail in your Technology Brochure (pdf).
December 12, 2012
Sorry this CLE has been cancelled. For more information contact Vicky Daniels 509-313-3920
November 28, 2012
Race: The Power of Illusion
Pending approval for 6.75 Ethics credits in WA state.
Institutional Racism CLE Agenda (pdf).
For online registration, click here
You may also print, fill out, and mail in your, Racism CLE Registration Form (pdf).
October 26, 2012
Corporate Securities Practice, Then and Now
Approved for 5.25 credits in WA, 1 of which is ethics. Currently pending approval in ID.
Click here to download the Business Law CLE Schedule (pdf).
Click here to download the Business Law Speaker Biographies (pdf).
For online registration, click here
To mail in your registration, download and fill out the Mail In Registration (pdf).
Reserve your rooms at the Red Lion Inn or Oxford Suites for a 10% discount, please mention it is for Corporate Securities Practice CLE.
For more information:
Please email Jennifer Niesen if you have questions.
To attend by webcast for CLE credit contact Brett Spooner
October 12, 2012
Join this seminar and explore solutions for protecting client’s intellectual property rights. Stay informed of current issues, network with your colleagues, and engage with experienced IP practitioners.