CLE Division offers Labor and Employment distance learning special

June 23, 2011

Looking for an easy way to obtain your CLE credit hours? How about saving a little cash?
Check out our Distance Learning seminars. You can pause, rewind and review archived webcasts and Seminars Direct Online programs for up to 30 days. Best of all, for the next 30 days the Bar is offering a 10 percent discount on all Labor & Employment on-demand, online seminars. Simply enter employment2001 at checkout to receive your discount.   
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Fair Pay Litigation After Ledbetter: The Treacherous New Landscape of Employment Litigation

Faculty: Stephanie E. Lewis, Jackson Lewis LLP

Non-Competes and Trade Secrets

Faculty: W. Andrew Arnold, Law Office of W. Andrew Arnold; M. Todd Sullivan, Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice PLLC

Supreme Court Update

Faculty: Jonathan R. Harkavy, Patterson Harkavy, LLP

Fourth Circuit Year in Review
Faculty: Brian S. Clarke, Littler Mendelson P.C.

South Carolina Update
Faculty: Matthew K. Johnson, Ogletree Deakins Nash Smoak & Stewart, PC

The Train is Coming: Practical and Legal Considerations in E-Discovery Strategies
Faculty: Philip J. Roth, Miller Marshall Roth PC

Twists and Turns Ahead: ADA and FMLA Litigation
Faculty: Candy M. Kern-Fuller, Upstate Law Group, LLC

Pleading and Practice Motions
Faculty: Arthur R. Miller, New York University School of Law

Labor & Employment Law for S.C. Lawyers

If you purchase this online seminar, you will be eligible to receive a 10 percent discount on the brand new Fourth Edition of Labor and Employment Law for South Carolina Lawyers edited by M. Malissa Burnette, Leigh M. Nason and M. Baker Wyche III. To obtain this 10 percent discount, please contact Vera Belton at (803) 771-0333, ext. 126 and reference your online seminars purchase. Your online seminar purchase will be verified through LegalSpan. Offer good through December 23.