The following videos are available for viewing for CLE credit at the Delaware State Bar Association office, 405 N. King St., Suite, 100, Wilmington, DE 19801. The fee is $50.00 per hour for members and $100.00 for nonmembers. The videos cannot be used for Pennsylvania CLE credit. To schedule a video viewing for Delaware credit, please call our office at (302) 658-5279. Payment is requested at time of CLE viewing.

ADR Contractual Provisions: Best Practices and Recent Developments (Recorded on 2/12/14)
1.5 hours CLE credit
Global consumers of various forms of alternative dispute resolution will discuss with ADR professionals the optimal use of ADR contractual provisions. The interactive format will highlight drafting flexibility and explore what works and what doesn’t. DSB02122014ADR_C

Bench and Bar Conference 2014: A View from the Bench: Preferred Procedures, Proper Practices, and Pet Peeves and The Technology of Today and The Issues of Tomorrow – (Recorded on 6/4/14)
3.0 hours CLE credit in Enhanced Ethics
A View from the Bench: Preferred Procedures, Proper Practices, and Pet Peeves: A distinguished judicial panel will discuss best practices, preferences and inappropriate conduct – both inside and out of the courtroom. The Technology of Today and The Issues of Tomorrow: We all use technology in our practice. It works fine until it fails, and the one thing about which we can all be sure is “It Will Fail”. Listen to the experts on matters relating to security, social media and mobile technology. — DSB06042014BENCH

Council of Europe’s International Fight Against Corruption (Recorded on 4/18/13)
2.0 hours CLE credit
The seminar will focus on the work of The Group of States against Corruption (GRECO), which brings together 47 member states of the Council of Europe, as well as the United States and Belarus. It monitors member states’ compliance with the Criminal Law and Civil Law Conventions on Corruption, as well as anti-corruption recommendations and resolutions adopted by the Council of Europe’s Committee of Ministers. Justice Mrcela has his Ph.D., from the Zagrab Law Faculty, University of Zagrab and was a Hubert Humphrey Fellow at the American University, Washington, D.C. from 2000 -2001. He is Vice-President of the Association of Croatian Judges and is a Council of Europe Expert in the field of Criminal Law (corruption, organized crime, criminal procedure) — DSB04182013COUNC

Cyber Liability: Protecting Your Firm’s Confidential Data (Recorded on 4/1/14)
2.0 hours CLE credit
The technology and amount of confidential data on which a law firm relies to conduct its business can also significantly increase its vulnerability to cyber security threats. Learn about cyber exposure, federal and state regulations, breach-related costs, risk management and insurance. Best practices will be discussed to help address the array of risks associated with running a law firm in today’s technology-dependent world. – DSB04012014CYBER

Data Privacy: Technical Modesty in the Age of Oversharing (Recorded on 3/11/14)
1.0 hour CLE credit
In a post-Edward Snowden and post-Angela Merkel tapped cellphone world, our clients and customers are more aware of their private data than ever. Many are asking who can see the information they share with businesses–and those who aren’t asking, should be. Amy R. Worley, from McGuire Woods LLP’s Data Privacy and Security Team, examines three data privacy questions: 1) What is privacy? 2) What standards apply to the protection of private information? and 3) Why should my business care? Ms. Worley covers the two frameworks under which privacy is regulated. The United States and Japan use the horizontal model, which regulates privacy by industry. The EU, UK, and much of Asia use vertical regulation, and regulate privacy under a generally applicable data privacy law. She also covers the four most highly regulated areas for data privacy in the U.S.: healthcare, financial services, telecom, and education. Key laws applicable to each sector are discussed, including but not limited to, FACTA, the Disposal Rule, the Red Flags Rule, the GLBA, the Safe Harbor under GLBA, FERPA, Know your Customer, Dodd Frank, “Robo-calls”, and CPNI under the Telecom Act. Employment and privacy are also discussed. – DSB03112014DATA_

Dealing with a Difficult Client 2014 (Recorded on 1/28/14)
4.0 hours CLE credit in Enhanced Ethics
Taking Positions Recommended by the Client: The Bounds of Zealous Advocacy; Avoiding Disciplinary Complaints from Clients; Working with the Difficult Client and Practicing Before the Difficult Judge, Tactfully; Lawyers Assistance Program; Professional Guidance Committee; Common Ethical Pitfalls with Family Court Appointments – DSB01282014DEALI

Delaware Administrative Law: Practicing before Delaware’s Boards and Commissions (Recorded on 2/25/14)
3.0 hours CLE credit
I. Delaware Administrative Law: Creation and Development, Current Legal Landscape, Recent Case Decisions of Interest; II. The Delaware Freedom of Information Act: Open Meeting Requirements, FOIA Requests in adversarial actions; III. The Delaware Administrative Procedures Act: Regulation Promulgation, Case Decisions, Judicial Review – ADR02252014DELAW

Delaware’s Business Courts: Recent Developments and Best Practices (Recorded on 5/16/14)
3.5 hours CLE credit
Developments in Delaware’s Business Courts and Delaware’s Role in Business and Commercial Litigation Nationally; The Complementary Nature of The Court of Chancery and The Superior Court Complex Commercial Litigation Division and Selection of Venue; CCLD Update: History, Purpose, Statistics and Current Docket; Best Practices including Expert Discovery, E-Discovery and Technology Available in Delaware Courts – DSB05162014DELAW

Enhance Your People Skills and Be a Better Lawyer (Recorded on 11/13/14)
4.8 hours CLE credit in Enhanced Ethics
No matter how well you know the law, to be most effective as an attorney you also need good skills with people. Just as you need to continually add to your knowledge of the law, so do you need to become ever more effective in interacting with your clients, your co-workers, people in the court system and beyond. This seminar focuses on valuable techniques, strategies, and principles to apply not only to your own clients, but also with those across the table. The topics discussed in this seminar impact professional civility and advance the goal of professionalism. When you increase your skills in working with others, you increase your ability to succeed in almost all aspects of work and life. This seminar is for everyone in the legal field. – DSB11132014ENHAN

Environmental Law 2013 (Recorded on 4/24/13)
3.8 hours CLE credit
Overview of Delegated Authority to Environmental Agencies; Clean Water Act: Recent Federal Decisions Update; Sea Level Rise and Coastal Issues: One Year Later; Environmental Due Diligence – Changes to the Phase I Standard; Delaware’s HSCA and Tanks Programs Panel Discussion: Developing Issues — DSB04242013ENVIR

Environmental Law 2014 (Recorded on 4/11/14)
3.5 hours CLE credit
Sea Level Rise: The Coming Tidal Wave of Legal Issues; Clean Air Act: Air Transport & Other Good Neighbor Provisions; Environmental Caselaw Update; Environmental Due Diligence Update; Financing Mechanisms for Public Environmental Infrastructures- DSB04112014ENVIR

Ethics in Litigation 2015 (Recorded on 2/9/15)
1.0 hour CLE credit in Enhanced Ethics
This seminar will cover recent trends in disciplinary matters and will offer tips on how to avoid ethical complaints. Topics include when to retain counsel, self-reporting to ODC, candor to a tribunal, advance fees and fee agreements, declining or terminating representation and safekeeping property. DSB02092015ETHIC

Ethics of Deposition Technology (Recorded on 12/8/14)
1.0 hour CLE credit in Enhanced Ethics
Basic foundation of client representation; Affirmative duty to apply technology: Cost-benefit analysis; Deposition technologies and related ethical considerations: Videotaped depositions; Realtime, both standard and Internet; Remotely-conducted depositions; Electronic communications during depositions; Online repositories; Ethical considerations of service providers. – DSB12082014ETHIC

Family Law Update 2013 (Recorded on 12/13/13)
6.3 hours CLE credit (includes 1.3 hours Enhanced Ethics credit)
Shared Residential Placement; Legal Ethics and Social Media; The Intersection of Family Law and Bankruptcy; New This Year: Changes in the Law and Rules; Visitation Center 101; Case Law Update – DSB12132013FAMIL

Family Law Update 2014 (Recorded on 12/12/14)
6.3 hours CLE credit
Identifying and Valuing Unique; Marital Assets in Divorce Litigation; Best Practices and Common Mistakes in Drafting Qualified Domestic Relations Orders;  An Overview of the Family Court in 2014; Best Practices In Mandatory Family Court Mediation; Child Support 2015; Changes to the Substantiation Statute; Case Law Update – DSB12122014FAMIL

Finance for Lawyers (12/10/13)
6.0 hours CLE credit
Overview of Key Financial Concepts and Strategies Foundations of Modern Accounting and the Basic Equation of Finance Financial Statements: Balance sheets; Income and cash flow statements; Notes to financial statements; Statement of equity and other comprehensive income; Management discussion and analysis; Auditor’s report; SOX certification Accounting Methodologies and Principles: Accrual vs. cash basis; other principles Who in Financial Reporting: Government and nongovernment regulators Private Company Accounting: Big company vs. small company GAAP; Role of finance in a company and related legal support; Private companies and the CPA; Alternative services: reviews and compilations Key Numbers and Ratios: Earnings per share (EPS); Price/earnings (PE) ratio: Revenue and earnings growth; Financial ratios: liquidity, solvency, profitability; P Present Value Concepts and Business Valuations: Simple present value; value of annuities; Why do you need to value a business?; Business valuation methodologies; Resources geared toward lawyers; The Lawyer’s Role in Financial Audits: ABA and AICPA joint process; Basic Concepts of Financial Investment: Risk vs. return; Modern portfolio theory and diversification; Financial Fraud Schemes DSB12102013FINAN

Fundamentals of Civil Litigation 2014 (Recorded on 5/16/14)
6.0 hours CLE credit
Court of Common Pleas Practice; Delaware Superior Court Practice; Court of Chancery Practice; U.S. District Court Practice; Delaware Supreme Court Practice; U.S. Bankruptcy Court Practice – DSB05162014FUNDA

Fundamentals of Will Drafting (Recorded on 5/13/14)
4.0 hours CLE credit
Considerations in Will Drafting; Dispositive Provisions; Testamentary Trusts, including trusts for minors and appointment of guardians for minors; Appointment of Fiduciaries and Administrative Powers of Fiduciaries; Tax Elections and Apportionment Provisions; Definitions; Tax Considerations – DSB05132014FUNDA

Health Care and Aging: Navigating the Challenges (Recorded on 4/29/14)
6.0 hours CLE credit
Preventing and Identifying Elder Abuse and Neglect; Planning for Long Term Care with an Elder Client; Expanding Medicare Rolls, Increasing Scrutiny: Provider Enrollment and Audits and Investigations; Assessing Cognitive Ability: Getting it Right and the Consequences of Getting it Wrong; DMOST and Advance Health Care Directives – DSB04292014HEALT

IP and the Corporate Lawyer (Recorded on 9/23/14)
2.5 hours CLE credit (includes 1.0 hour Enhanced Ethics credit)
For the joint venture or strategic alliance of jointly developed IP, do you collaborate together or go it alone? This seminar will provide the corporate lawyer with information on the various structures available and will cover the ethical implications involved in these transactions. What are your client’s motivations for collaboration? What are the consequences of failing to manage the process, or failing to monitor your collaboration partner? This seminar will provide a working knowledge of this important process. DSB09232014IP_AN

Labor and Employment Law Update 2013 (Recorded on 4/16/13)
5.0 hours CLE credit
The Impact of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act on Employers; Employer’s Guide to Navigating Unemployment Benefits; Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Hot Topics; Public Sector Collective Bargaining; More than Sports: Employment Claims under Title IX – DSB04162013LABOR

Labor and Employment Law Update 2014 (Recorded on 4/3/14)
5.0 hours CLE credit
Benefits Compliance following U.S. v. Windsor; Gender Identity Non-Discrimination; EOC Trends and Enforcement Priorities; Guns in the Workplace: State and Federal Legal Considerations; USERRA: What Every Employer Should Know – DSB04032014LABOR

Lawyer’s Guide to DUI: Practical Tips and Ethical Considerations for DUI Cases (Recorded on 3/15/13)
5.0 hours CLE credit (includes 0.3 hour Enhanced Ethics credit)
Overview DUI Substantive Law: Misdemeanor and Felony Offenses; Prosecuting, Defending DUI, and Ethical Considerations; Chemical Analysis; DMV Administrative Hearings; DUI Investigations: Alcohol & Drugs; Review of Recent DUI Decisions — DSB03152013LAWYE

Legal Standard for Civil Commitment: Updates, Procedures, and Ethical Issues (Recorded on 10/9/14)
3.0 hours CLE credit (includes 1.0 hour Enhanced Ethics credit)
Respondents in civil involuntary commitment hearings are entitled to legal representation, even if they cannot afford counsel. However, civil involuntary commitment hearings can often be confusing for attorneys because they involve quick time frames, clients who may have compromised capacity, and specialized medical assessments. Additionally, Delaware recently completed an overhaul of its civil commitment law, making changes to the legal standard for civil commitment. This course is designed to give attorneys a working knowledge of civil commitment proceedings, with special emphasis on recent changes to the law, court procedures, working with individuals with mental health needs, and ethical issues, which may arise. DSB10092014LEGAL

Legislative Drafting Seminar (Recorded on 10/14/14)
3.0 hours CLE credit
This seminar will introduce you to the Delaware Legislative Drafting Manual and will offer tips for drafting accurate, clear and uniform legislation. As The Honorable Felix Frankfurter, U.S. Supreme Court Justice, said, "To be sure, laws can measurably be improved with improvement in the mechanics of legislation, and the need for interpretation is usually in inverse ratio to the care and imagination of [drafters] . . ..” If you work on drafting legislation, comment on proposed legislation, or just need to know how legislation is composed, watch this video. DSB10142014LEGIS

Mediation in Commercial Bankruptcy (Recorded on 12/10/14)
6.3 hours CLE credit (includes 1.8 hours Enhanced Ethics credit)
The seminar investigates the origins and growth of alternative dispute resolution in Delaware commercial bankruptcy practice, as well as practical considerations and discussions of preparation for and participation in mediation. Whether you are an experienced mediator or practitioner, learn not only the Court’s expectations, but also how to successfully run mediations to reach the best results for your clients. – DSB12102014MEDIA

No Exceptions Compliance Audits (Recorded on 9/16/14)
2.0 hours CLE credit in Enhanced Ethics
Learn the requirements and best practices of maintaining a law firm’s books and records in compliance with the Lawyers’ Rules of Professional Conduct. Get tips to prepare for, and have, a no exception compliance audit. This seminar is for attorneys, accountants, legal administrators, bookkeepers, and any legal professional who is involved in financial recordkeeping for an attorney. DSB09162014NO-EX

Nuts and Bolts of Work/Life Balance (Recorded on 9/9/14)
3.0 hours CLE credit in Enhanced Ethics
The single most important asset in any law practice is you, the lawyer. Good health and work balance are essential to the lawyer and the law practice. Fitness to practice law means more than legal expertise. It also means those qualities of physical, mental, and psychological health that enable a lawyer to carry out the responsibilities owed to clients and to the legal profession.DSB09092014NUTS_

Office and Trial Practice 2013 (Recorded on 11/22/13)
6.3 hours CLE credit (includes 1.0 hour Enhanced Ethics credit)
Featuring James R. Silkenat, President American Bar Association speaking on Legal Education and Access to Justice: Our Current Legal Paradox; The Ethics of Legal Representation; Technology’s Impact on Your Practice; The Legal Implications of Rule 11 in Civil and Criminal Cases; Justice Randy J. Holland of the Delaware Supreme Court, speaking on Delaware’s Destiny Determined by Lewes; Workers’ Compensation. – DSB11222013OFFIC

Office and Trial Practice 2014 (Recorded on 10/29/14)
6.8 hours CLE credit (includes 4.0 hours Enhanced Ethics credit)
This year’s program features former Chief Justice of Rhode Island, Frank J. Williams, a noted Lincoln scholar, discussing “Lincoln – A Litigator and A Judge.” The morning program brings our all-star speakers discussing Ethical Problems in Family Law, Taking Care of Your Client By Taking Care of Yourself, Rules for Practicing Lawyers to Follow, Cutting Edge Issues on Social Media Ethics, Practical Ethics in Representing Clients. Following Justice Williams is a panel on deposition practice, then Order in the Court: What Delaware Judges Want You to Know, with five prominent judges. DSB10292014OFFIC

Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act: Focus on the Public and Private Exchange Marketplace (Recorded on 5/20/13)
2.0 hours CLE credit
Review of The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act: A look back at 2012 mandates and what to expect in 2013 and 2014; The Exchange Landscape in 2014 under PPACA: How will the exchanges operate? How will the exchanges be funded? How will the Pay or Play tax affect employer decisions? Can the Cadillac tax be avoided? – DSB05202013PATIE

Recent Developments in Confidentiality Agreements in M&A Transactions (Recorded on 10/3/13)
2.0 hours CLE credit
This seminar covers a number of issues involved in non-disclosure agreements commonly entered into in connection with business combination transactions. Topics include "back-door" standstill limitations in light of the Martin Marietta Materials, Inc. vs. Vulcan Materials Company decision and recent Chancery Court decisions dealing with confidentiality agreements that include standstill provisions and the implications of "don’t ask/don’t waive" limitations in acquisition agreements. Exceptions, terms, limitations and scope of the agreements will also be explored. –DSB10032013RECEN

Recent Developments in Delaware Corporate and Alternative Entity Law (Recorded on 5/22/13)
2.3 hours CLE credit
Delaware’s Proposed B Corporation Statute; Proposed Changes to Section 251(h) of the Delaware General Corporation Law; Proposed 2013 Amendments to LLC and Partnership Acts and Significant Recent LLC and LP Cases; Recent Developments in Confidentiality Agreements in M&A Transactions – DSB05222013RECEN

Recent Legislative Changes in Commercial Law (Recorded on 5/16/13)
3.0 hours CLE credit
Recent Amendments to the Delaware Abandoned and Unclaimed Property Statute; Recent Amendments to Article 9 of the Delaware Uniform Commercial Code; Recent Amendments to the Delaware Revised Uniform Partnership Act, the Delaware Revised Uniform Limited Partnership Act, the Delaware Limited Liability Company Act and the Delaware Statutory Trust Act; Recent Amendments to the Delaware General Corporation Law – DSB05162013RECEN

Recognizing Social Security Disability Claims, Protecting Your Client’s Interests, and Electronically Reviewing Medical Information (Recorded on 12/17/13)
2.5 hours CLE credit (includes 1.0 hour Enhanced Ethics credit)
Social Security Disability: Ethical Obligations to Consider When Representing Individuals for Workers Compensation or PI Claims; Reviewing Electronic Records Using the iPad: Overview of Transferring Files and Annotating Them on Your Mobile Device; Top Social Security Disability Tips: Determine when a Social Security Disability Claim May Exist – DSB12172013RECOG

Reverse Mortgages (Recorded on 10/8/13)
2.0 hours CLE credit
This seminar provides a clear explanation of reverse mortgages, including the pros and cons of the mortgages, the components of the loan, timeline of the process, and whom the mortgages can help. Learn the mechanics of these loans so you can better advise your clients. What is a reverse mortgage?; Who is eligible?; How much can someone borrow?; What are some of the benefits risks?; How can a reverse mortgage help seniors?; What are common misunderstandings?; What are the interest rate options?; What are the costs?; How and when is the loan repaid? – DSB10082013REVER

Reverse Mortgages 2014 (11/3/14)
2.0 hours CLE credit
This seminar is a recap of the 2013 seminar plus important updates from 2014. Fundamentals of Reverse Mortgages; New Principal Limit Factor; New Withdrawal Guidelines; Non-Borrowing Spouse Rules; Mandatory Obligations (60% Rule); New Government Insurance Fee (0.5% VS 2.5%); Annuitized Monthly Check Scenarios; Costs of Reverse Mortgages – DSB11032014REVER

Rubenstein-Walsh Seminar in Professionalism and Ethics 2014 (Recorded on 2/21/14)
6.0 hours CLE credit (includes 4.3 hours Enhanced Ethics credit)
Ethical Hot Spots; Virtue and Advice: Socratic Perspectives on Lawyer Independence and Moral Counseling of Clients; Delaware Supreme Court Commission on Law & Technology Ethics Update; Social Media Ethics Update; Tips on State and Federal Appellate Practice; Update on Implementation of Obamacare; Ethical Issues in Estate Planning – DSB02212014RUBEN

Short Topics in Real Estate 2013 (Recorded on 4/11/13)
3.5 hours CLE credit (includes 0.7 hour Enhanced Ethics credit)
Delaware Caselaw Update; All Appropriate Inquiries in Due Diligence Update; DUCIOA at age 3½: Updates on the Delaware Uniform Common Interest Ownership Act; Ethics Update; Delaware Electronic Recording Act and E-Filing with the Recorder of Deeds — DSB04112013SHORT

Short Topics in Real Estate 2014 (Recorded on 4/10/14)
3.5 hours CLE credit
Land Use Law Update 2013-2014: Questions Answered, but More Questions Created; Discharge of Indebtedness Income: Basic Rules and Planning Considerations; Title Insurance: The Basics; Liens Against Real Property; Nuts, Bolts and Pitfalls of Real Estate Foreclosure Sales: Perspective of the New Castle County Sheriff’s Office – DSB04102014SHORT

Social Security Retirement (Recorded on 9/17/13)
3.0 hours CLE credit
Choosing when to retire is one of the most important decisions anyone will make in a lifetime. Millions of individuals depend upon Social Security benefits for all or most of their retirement income. Determining how much money a client can receive through Social Security is a huge factor in that decision. Today, about 55 million people receive monthly Social Security benefits. How and when should those benefits be claimed? And, what’s the best advice to give your clients who are seeking counsel? What should you do when the Social Security Administration threatens to cut off your client’s benefits? This course dispels myths and focuses on the practical realities of Social Security benefits. You’ll receive a practical overview, tips for planning and advice for handling all kinds of complicated questions and situations. The seminar is aimed at attorneys with clients who depend on Social Security benefits for a significant part of their income, but the information is useful for anyone thinking of Social Security retirement income. – DSB09172013SOCIA

Special Education Advocacy for Students with Disabilities (Recorded on 3/21/13)
3.5 hours CLE credit (includes 0.5 hour Enhanced Ethics credit)
History and Overview of Special Education; Advocacy for Students: Common Problems and Solutions; Ethical Considerations; Forums and Remedies to Resolve Special Education Disputes — DSB03212013SPECI

Stories Mediators Tell: From Rookie to Veteran, Exploring the Spectrum of Mediation (Recorded on 10/13/14)
1.5 hours CLE credit
As lawyers and mediators, we understand both the challenges and rewards of helping parties in conflict reach an agreement by getting past differences in positions, by understanding each other’s perspectives better, and by finding ways to get their important interests met, while staying true to their values and belief systems. This year’s theme, Stories Mediators Tell, seeks to recognize and share inspirational stories of practitioners in the field who want others to experience the art of mediation. Their stories share advice on how to handle certain situations, share what mediation is about, and share how certain situations were handled. – DSB10132014STORI

Supreme Court Review 2013: A Discussion of Decisions at the Highest State and Federal Judicial Levels (Recorded on 10/25/13)
3.3 hours CLE credit
Delaware Supreme Court Decisions; U.S. Supreme Court Decisions and Preview of Coming Cases. Featured speaker is Professor Michael J. Klarman, Harvard Law School — DSB10252013SUPRE

Supreme Court Review 2014: A Discussion of Decisions at the Highest State and Federal Judicial Levels (Recorded on 9/30/14)
3.3 hours CLE credit
Professor Alan E. Garfield, Distinguished Professor of Law at Widener Law, will discuss significant U.S. Supreme Court decisions and Beth H. Christman, Esquire, Patricia O. Vella, Esquire, and Nicole Marie Walker, Esquire, will talk about leading Delaware Supreme Court decisions. – DSB09302014SUPRE

Technology and the Seasoned Litigator (Recorded on 9/27/13)
3.0 hours CLE credit
High End Demonstrative Graphics for Trial; The Jury Psychologist, the Use of Focus Groups and the Impact of Technology on the Jury ; Remote Mediation of Electronic Discovery Disputes – DSB09272013TECHN

Top Ten Things Every Attorney Needs to Know about Elder Law (Recorded on 11/21/14)
2.0 hours CLE credit
Are you discussing elder law issues with your clients?  How often do clients ask you questions about their elderly loved ones?  About nursing home issues?  About Medicaid, Medicare, VA Benefits and/or gifting?  What do you tell them?  In this 2.0 hour CLE, Elder Law Attorney Karla Levinson will cover The Top Ten Things Every Attorney Needs to Know about Elder Law, which include gifting and asset protection planning within the five year lookback, differences between Medicare and Medicaid, and more! DSB11212014TEN_T

Truth: Lawyers and the Law — CLE prior to the 2013 Bench and Bar Conference (Recorded on 6/5/13) – featuring Scott Turow
3.0 hours CLE credit in Enhanced Ethics
Two panels discussing truth and the law plus Scott Turow presenting Legal Fictions: A Novelists Reflections about the Law’s Concept of the Truth – DSB06052013TRUTH

Understanding Delaware’s Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets and Digital Accounts Act:  Practical Implications for Fiduciaries and Their Advisors (1/29/15)
1.5 hours CLE credit
This seminar explores the newly enacted Delaware Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets and Digital Accounts Act, effective January 1, 2015, and its significance for trustees, personal representatives of estates, attorneys-in-fact and guardians, as well as the practitioners who represent them. Both the terms of the Act itself and its practical implications, including steps advisors may want to consider in drafting and administering the terms of wills, trusts and powers of attorney, will be considered. DSB01292015UNDER

Veterans Law Developments: An Update and Discussion of State and Federal Issues Important to Delaware Lawyers Representing Veterans (Recorded on 11/14/13)
3.0 hours CLE credit
Delaware: Veterans Resources in Delaware, Wilmington VA Legal Clinic, Veterans Treatment Court, Veterans Law Clinic, Military Community Partners. Federal: A discussion on the hot topic of delay in the claims benefit process and any legislative initiatives/issues – DSB11142013VETER

Workers’ Compensation (Raymond C. Radulski) Seminar (Recorded on 5/7/14)
6.5 hours CLE credit (includes 1.0 hour Enhanced Ethics credit)
Address from the Industrial Accident Board; ADR: A Better Way to Settle; Huffman Issues; Liens and Credits: What We Don’t Know; Legislative Update; Case Law UpdateKeynote Address by The Honorable Jan R. Jurden; Retaliatory Discharge and Discrimination; Ethics and Social Media; Medical Expenses: Are We There Yet?;The Magic of Motion Day – DSB05072014WORKE

Workers’ Compensation 2013 (Recorded on 5/7/13)
6.5 hours CLE credit (includes 1.0 hour Enhanced Ethics credit)
Introductory Remarks: Address from the Industrial Accident Board; Back to Basics; Practice Pointers; Structured Settlements; Medicare Set-Asides: When You Need Them, When You Don’t; Keynote Address by The Honorable Randy J. Holland, Supreme Court of Delaware; Case Law Update; Surveillance Issues; Funky Permanent Impairments; Psychiatric Claims; Ethics — DSB05072013WORKE

Workers’ Compensation Breakfast Seminar (Recorded on 2/17/14)
3.3 hours CLE credit
Keynote Address ; The Honorable Matthew P. Denn,; Updates from the Healthcare Advisory Panel; Hot Topics in Medical Treatment; Legislative and Regulatory Updates; Case Law Update – DSB02172014WORKE

Your Law Practice: Staying on the Right Side of the Rules – Part I (Recorded on 10/1/13)
3.8 hours CLE credit in Enhanced Ethics
10 Ways to Avoid a Call from the Office of Disciplinary Counsel; Ethinomics: What You Need to Know about Rule 1.15A and Books/Records; Hanging Out and Taking Down that Shingle or Just Hanging by a Thread — DSB10012013YOUR_

Your Law Practice: Staying on the Right Side of the Rules – Part II (Recorded on 10/29/13)
3.5 hours CLE credit in Enhanced Ethics
Technology: Basic Mistakes That Lawyers Make; Lawyering Is a Business; Avoiding Malpractice; Disaster Control — DSB10292013YOUR_