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Recovery for Emotional Damages in New York (04/23/2021)

Program Number: 3185 Presenter: Andrea Alonso, Esq.

A discussion of the history of cases involving recovery for emotional damages sustained as a result of witnessing death or serious injury. A review of Nationwide cases and the recent New York Court of Appeals case of Green v. Esplanade.

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Handling Death Cases in New York (05/14/2021)

Program Number: 3166 Presenter: Andrea Alonso, Esq.

To recover damages for a person’s death in New York State, there are two distinct causes of action: survivorship and wrongful death. While the survivorship cause of action belongs to the estate for the decedent’s pain and suffering prior to death, the wrongful death cause of action compensates those statutory distributees who have suffered pecuniary loss as a result of the decedent's death. Consequently, there may be more than one plaintiff in a death case as well as separate statutes of limitations for each cause of action. Due to these distinctions, an attorney must assess each action independently of the other. Join us to learn the distinction between survivorship and wrongful death.

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The Dram Shop Act: An Update (03/16/2021)

Program Number: 3165 Presenter: Andrea Alonso, Esq.

Dram Shop liability arises out of a vendor’s duty to the public not to sell liquor to visibly intoxicated people, so while legislation seeks to shift some responsibility to alcohol providers, violations are often difficult to prove. New York’s Dram Shop Act affords individuals who are injured as a result of another’s intoxication a cause of action against the party that unlawfully sold, provided, or assisted in providing, the alcohol to the intoxicant. The legislation targets vendors, usually a bar or restaurant, that sell alcohol to visibly intoxicated adults, and social hosts who knowingly allow minors to drink.

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Parenting Amidst Divorce in New York – Will Parenting Ever Be “Routine” After 2020? (02/26/2021)

Program Number: 3126 Presenter: Nikki Bruno, EdM., Alan Feigenbaum, Esq., Sophie Jacobi-Parisi, Esq.

Before the pandemic of 2020, contested custody disputes over how decisions are to be made between divorcing parents could generally be segregated into two buckets: (1) the “major” decisions, such as where to enroll a child in school, medical treatment, or whether or not to have a child treated by a therapist; and (2) the “routine daily decisions” – a sacred collection of day-to-day decisions that a divorced parent could make on his or her own without needing to seek the consent of the other parent. After the Covid-19 outbreak, the once, seemingly defined bucket of “routine daily decisions” has become a gray area. New York courts faced with making a determination about custody must consider the “best interests of the child”. Making that determination after the pandemic presents a host of new challenges. What was once taken for granted – taking your child to socialize with a friend, taking your child to school, or

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Legal Elements of Cybersecurity (02/13/2020)

Program Number: 3040 Presenter: John Lande, Esq.

Rarely a day goes by without news about a cybersecurity incident affecting a national company. Fraudsters are targeting companies of all kinds and sizes with the goal of divesting companies of their money and confidential information. This presentation will discuss current cybersecurity legal issues through the lens of real case studies, and specifically cover: (1) current threats, (2) liability issues, (3) insurance coverage, and (4) mitigating legal cybersecurity risk.

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March 2020: How to Be Ready for New York’s New Data Protection Law (the SHIELD Act) (01/16/2020)

Program Number: 3032 Presenter: Nawa Lodin, Esq., Caroline A. Morgan, Esq.

On October 23, 2019, the Stop Hacks and Improve Electronic Data Security Act (the SHIELD Act) went into effect. The New York law imposes data breach notification requirements on any business that owns or licenses certain private information of New York residents, regardless of whether it conducts business in New York. In March 2020, the second part of the Act goes into effect, requiring businesses to develop, implement and maintain a data security program to protect private information. Through this course, attorneys can gain an understanding of the SHIELD Act with an emphasis on key actions businesses should take to comply, the penalties for not doing so, and cybersecurity best practices to mitigate loss.

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The Dram Shop Act: An Update (11/13/2020)

Program Number: 30272 Presenter: Andrea Alonso, Esq.

New York’s Dram Shop Act affords individuals who are injured as a result of another’s intoxication a cause of action against the party that unlawfully sold, provided, or assisted in providing, the alcohol to the intoxicant. The legislation targets vendors, usually a bar or restaurant, that sell alcohol to visibly intoxicated adults, and social hosts who knowingly allow minors to drink. Alcoholic Beverage Control Law §65 defines an unlawful sale of alcohol. It is illegal for any vendor of liquor to sell, deliver, or give away alcoholic beverages to any person who is under 21 years of age or “visibly intoxicated.” General Obligations Law §11-101 provides a right of action against a vendor who unlawfully sold alcohol to an intoxicated individual. In order to recover under GOL §11-101, a plaintiff must prove that the vendor unlawfully sold or procured alcohol for the intoxicant while the intoxicant was “visibly intoxicated” and

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Insights on NY Department of Financial Services Cybersecurity Regulation (11/04/2020)

Program Number: 30257 Presenter: Celeste Koeleveld, Esq., Brian Yin, Esq.

Join our panel as they discuss they New York Department of Financial Services and their Cybersecurity Regulations. Celeste Koeleveld and Brian Yin will give you an overview of NYDFS and their Cybersecurity Regulations, along with the first Cybersecurity Enforcement act with First American Financial. They will discuss the New York State Law, relevant Federal laws and private litigation surrounding those laws. You will walk away with a thorough understanding and valuable key takeaways!

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What It Takes to be a Trial Lawyer If You’re Not a Man: The Ethical, Professional, and Personal Costs of Confronting Gender Bias in the Courtroom (10/30/2019)

Program Number: 2906 Presenter: Lara Bazelon

Today, women make up more than one half of all law school graduates. Yet they remain dramatically underrepresented at the top echelons of the profession. Two thirds of state and federal judges are men, as are 83 percent of elected prosecutors; less than one percent are women of color. In the majority of law firms, large and small, women make up only a fraction of the powerful inner circle: partners who bring in clients, lead litigation teams, and sit on powerful management and compensation committees. In the coveted position of first chair at trial, the number of women shrinks further. In this MCLE, law professor and trial lawyer Lara Bazelon explores the systemic gender bias exhibited by judges, opposing counsel, jurors, or the clients themselves that impedes women’s advancement in the courtroom. She discusses the "double bind" that ensnares women who must be strong without coming across as strident and

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