Website Usage Questions
What kind of equipment do I need to listen to programs online?
You need a computer with a Web Browser (Internet Explorer version 7.0 or better), Adobe Flash Player 9, and speakers for the online audio and an Internet connection. You don’t have to log on from the same computer each time—any computer with the features listed above and the appropriate internet access can be used simply by logging on with your e-mail address and private password.
What if I forget my password?
If you forget your password, click on 'Celesq® Members Login Here'. Then click on 'Forget Your Password?'. Enter the email address you designated as your preferred email when you registered. You will then be emailed a new password.
What happens if I accidentally close the program and I was not finished listening to it?
If you accidentally close the program before you are finished listening, simply open a new browser window, return to your 'My Programs' area and continue listening to your program. The program will play right from where you left off.
Are programs available on the production or program date?
Programs are recorded on the program date set forth in the description and generally become available approximately 7 to 10 days thereafter. From time to time, certain programs require additional editing and are not available until approximately 30 days after the production date.
I have a site license. How do I get access to the programs?
When you received your site license you were given a special promotion code. This promotion code will be entered during the check-out process. Once you enter the code and update your cart, your purchase total will become $0.00. Continue the check out process and enjoy your program! If you do not have a site license, but are interested in setting one up, please contact Michael Mirsky, CEO, at email@example.com.
Live Web Casts
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IP Due Diligence in M&A Transactions for IP and Transactional Counsel
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
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