May 2, 2012
May 02, 2012
Welcome to the South Carolina Bar's E-Blast, CLE Edition!
May 2, 2012
E-Blast highlights upcoming activities, legal information and links to the Bar's website at www.scbar.org.
The South Carolina Bar is dedicated to advancing justice, professionalism and understanding of the law.
Don't miss this seminar
Recent Developments in Employment Law
This year’s program features updates and discussion on a number of important topics in both federal and state courts. The focus of the afternoon sessions will be on practical tips and how employment attorneys should tackle ethical issues. Don’t miss this unique opportunity. Make plans to join your colleagues at the Bar Conference Center, by live webcast or satellite broadcast.
Valuable resource of the week
So You Have a Judgment, Now What?
Judgment collection can be interesting, lucrative and rewarding work. However, as with any area of the law, it requires patience, skill and attention to detail. So You Have A Judgment, Now What? by Rose D. Manos is exactly what you need to get a primer in this area of practice. This timely book is straightforward and practical and guides the practitioner to the necessary statutory and case law. In addition, the book is accompanied by a helpful CD with eight sample forms.
More upcoming seminars
S.C. Bar Concealed Weapons Permit and CLE Training Course
11th Annual N.C./S.C. Tax Section Workshops
Representing Parents in DSS Abuse and Neglect Proceedings
S.C. Bar Real Estate Intensive
Family Court Mediation Training
On-demand, online CE programs
Briefcase Lawyer: Essentials for Every Practitioner
Ethical Considerations in Marketing Your Law Practice featuring Barbara M. Seymour and Jill C. Rothstein
Ethical Considerations in Establishing and Maintaining Trust Accounts featuring Barbara M. Seymour
Diabetes and the Law featuring Robert W. Rushing
A New Age: Suppressing Illegally Obtained Evidence From Wireless Technology featuring Robert W. Rushing
Finishing Strong: Selling Your Law Firm featuring the Hon. Robert S. Carr and C. Roland Jones
You Can Get There From Here: A Roadmap to a Successful DUI Practice
Mental Health Issues in General Sessions Courts featuring the Hon. J. Michael Baxley
Recent publications releases
The Briefcase Lawyer: Essential Information for Every Practitioner
Using the Bar’s Ask-A-Lawyer materials as a starting point, 17 authors joined together to create this brief, concise manual covering 19 topics ranging from landlord/tenant issues to working with clients with limited English proficiency. Equipped with an easy-to-use tabbing system, this book is designed to be a quick reference guide for all attorneys in South Carolina.
Handling Traffic Cases in South Carolina, Fifth Edition by Ronnie M. Cole, James B. Huff and Candice K. Lapham
S.C. Requests to Charge–Criminal, Second Edition by the Hon. Ralph King Anderson Jr.
S.C. Limited Liability Companies and Limited Liability Partnerships, Fourth Edition by Scott Y. Barnes, Prof. James R. Burkhard, Joseph D. Clark, Richard C. Handel, Burnet R. Maybank III, Prof. Martin C. McWilliams Jr. and David A. Merline Jr.
The S.C. Bankruptcy Practice Manual, Updated Second Edition by Janice M. Baker, C. Jennalyn Dalrymple and Lydia A. Eloff
S.C. Evidence Handbook Annotated, Eighth Edition by Justin S. Kahn
Need answers to a publication or invoice question? Want to place an order by phone? Contact Kristie Haustovich at email@example.com or (803) 771-0333, ext. 126.
Compensation Plans in Closely Held Businesses, Including S Corps and LLCs
Attorney Ethics in Disputes with Clients
For a complete listing of upcoming teleseminars, visit www.scbar.org/teleseminars. If you have any difficulty registering for these teleseminars, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-800-694-9747.
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