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Now more than ever, the government is giving company insiders financial incentives to “blow the whistle" on alleged corporate misconduct. This one-hour webinar will address the rise in whistleblower complaints and provide some tips for managing risk.

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Imputing income is important in cases when a party is not employed or underemployed.  Understanding what evidence the court needs to impute income and how to present that evidence is critical in having the court impute income or to successfully oppose an imputation of income.

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Learn the outlines of the major laws governing the conduct of U.S. companies doing business outside the U.S. that apply to  certain types of corporate behavior, including under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, and other global anti-bribery and anti-corruption rules.  Every in-house and outside corporate counsel needs to know the basic issues.

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This new and exciting innovative program focuses on “how to tell your theory of the case through your opponents’ witnesses on cross-examination.”  Such admissions are of critical importance to fact finders, both judges and jurors.Learn the 20 techniques that force such admissions.This fast paced presentation ties together individual sentence construction with subject matter (chapters) to be covered in cross.While this lecture covers other diverse fields such as linguistics, military philosophy, psychology and oratorical devices, it concentrates on central themes that make your cross-examination a systematic application of many diverse techniques. 

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04/24/2014 - Whistleblowers: What Companies Need to Know!
Criminal Law
1 Credits
05/01/2014 - lmputing lncome for Setting Support
Family Law
1 Credits
04/23/2014 - Global Ethics and Compliance
International Law
1 Credits
Constructive Cross-Examination, Including Use at Dispositions - presented by Roger J. Dodd
Lawyering Skills Program
2.5 Credits

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On Demand CLE - On Demand offerings in this catalog are offered for participatory MCLE credit by the State Bar of California. Refer to each course offering for the specific credit offered.

Webinars - Live CLE presentation using your computer for a real-time visual presentation and audio, delivered on the Web.

NOTE: Registered participants who login at the time of the program will receive participatory CLE credit. Others in your office may listen in, but they must register and watch separately if they wish to receive credit.

CLEtoGO (Podcasts) - Downloadable audio seminars you can listen to on your portable MP3 player or on your computer. In order to receive credit, you must verify your participation. During each quarter of the program, a unique code in the form of an individual letter will be announced. When you have completed the program, return to your online CLE account and click on the certificate link associated with the program. You will then be required to enter all 4 letter codes before receiving your certificate of participation. CLEtoGo is offered for participatory credit.

Online Articles - Online articles from Section publications are available for self-study MCLE credit. Each article is worth 1 hour of self-study credit. It's easy ... read an article and then take a 20 question quiz. The answers and justifications are available immediately upon submitting the quiz. You can earn up to 12.5 hours of self-study credit per reporting period.

The State Bar of California and the Office of Section Education and Meeting Services are State Bar of California approved MCLE providers.

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