CLE Series Information
About Celesq®’s CLE Series
Celesq® offers programs in a variety of practice areas of particular interest to outside and in-house corporate counsel and litigators. From time to time, a number of our presenters work with Celesq® to present multiple programs and CLE series to keep our attendees up-to-the-minute on breaking news and current trends in their practice areas. Current CLE series include the following:
1. Litigation and Trial Skills: Celesq® offers numerous programs in trial and litigation skills, including programs in relevant ethical issues, discovery and particularly e-Discovery, and litigation holds. Celesq®’s very popular CLE Trial Skills Series covers practical tips, techniques and strategies for litigation and trial, from depositions and motion practice, to voir dire, trial exhibits, and the opening statement, direct examination, cross examination and closing argument stages. The programs in this series are presented by highly-respected trial practitioners from Jones Day, including partner Thomas R. Jackson and partner Michael H. Ginsberg, the chair of the board of trustees of the National Institute for Trial Advocacy (NITA).
2. Intellectual Property: Covering the hot topics and trends in IP: For several years, Celesq® has been offering its popular CLE series, the Celesq®-West LegalEdcenter IP Master Series, for the IP practitioner. Programs are presented by recognized experts from such distinguished firms as Amster, Rothstein & Ebenstein LLP and McDermott Will & Emery LLP, among others.
3. Asset Protection and Estate Planning: For several years, Celesq® has worked with Barry S. Engel on programs related to Asset Protection and Estate Planning under the heading “Engel on Asset Protection.” Mr. Engel, a principal in the firm Engel & Reiman pc, and the lead author of the Asset Protection Planning Guide: A State-of-the-Art Approach to Integrated Estate Planning (CCH), is sometimes joined by colleagues, particularly with respect to estate planning and taxation programs.
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Analysis of the First Sale Doctrine and Exhaustion of Intellectual Property Rights after Kirtsaeng v. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., from the Celesq®-West LegalEdcenter IP Master Series
Venture Capital Firms and Fiduciary Duties: Considerations and Developments for Corporate and Securities Counsel
Is There a Middle Ground between Document Over-Preservation and Allegations of Spoliation? An Analysis for In-House and Corporate Counsel
Ethics for All Attorneys—Celesq® adds new programs to Web Cast schedule and updates currently available 2013 Ethics programs
May 6, 2013–To help all attorneys keep current with the latest ethical issues and to......Read More
Celesq® announces May 9 CLE re EEOC Investigations and Litigation for In-House Corporate and Employment Lawyers and Litigators
April 13, 2013–In Responding to EEOC Investigations and Litigation: An Essential Guide for In-House Corporate......Read More
Celesq® AttorneysEd Center Announces April 8 CLE re Latest Developments in Litigation Holds and the Duty to Preserve for Corporate Counsel and Litigators
April 4, 2013–In Litigation Holds and the Duty to Preserve-2013: Important Updates for Corporate Counsel......Read More
Celesq® announces March 15 CLE re Sarbanes-Oxley Whistleblower Claims and New Bechtel Decision
March 8, 2013–Save the date of March 15, 2013 at 12:00 noon ET for Celesq®......Read More
Celesq® Adds New Series for Corporate, Securities and White Collar Attorneys
March 1, 2013–Celesq® AttorneysEd Center has added a new series of programs of particular interest......Read More