There is still time to register for November CLEs

11/02/2018 -There is still time to register for November CLEs, and this month, there are eight opportunities to earn your credits. By attending seminars throughout the year, you can learn things to improve your practice and ensure you complete your CLE requirement before the compliance deadline. Below are just some of the CLEs offered this month. To view the entire list of programs offered in November, visit the CLE Calendar today!

Startups: Successful Legal Strategies and Experiences from Israel, the Startup Nation
Friday, November 9, 2018
1:00 – 3:00 p.m., 1.5 credits + 0.5 ethics
Also available as a live webcast!

Moderator:   Miriam A. Ross, Esq.
                      Law Offices of Miriam A. Ross                   

Speakers:     Baruch Perl, Esq.
                      Lapidot, Melchior & Abramovich & Co.

                       Avi Nevel
                       Rhode Island-Israel Collaborative (RIIC)

This seminar will feature Baruch Perl, Esq. of Lapidot, Melchior, Abramovich & Co. from Tel Aviv, Israel, who will discuss how Israel, a country slightly larger than Rhode Island, has one of the highest concentrations of startups in the world, and has attracted global investors and companies. Attorney Perl will discuss start-up structuring, relationships with investors (early stage financing), IP, asset protection and other important legal considerations in advising start-ups. Avi Nevel, President and CEO of the Rhode Island-Israel Collaborative, will discuss current developments and opportunities with Rhode Island and Israeli businesses.

Considering 90% of Rhode Island’s businesses are small businesses and that Rhode Island is poised to grow into a top emerging market for entrepreneurship over the next decade, this program is both timely and informative.

Cross Examination Techniques: Homicidal or Suicidal?
Tuesday, November 13, 2018
12:30 – 3:00 p.m., 2.5 credits + 0.5 ethics

  Michael J. Colucci, Esq.
                     Olenn & Penza, LLP 
Often viewed as the source of most trial highlights, cross examination, when done right, can and should be persuasive, powerful and, when appropriate, lethal.

While most practitioners can readily state that goal, it is an unfortunate reality that too many of us ignore the corollary that when done wrong, cross examination can too often be suicidal. This program will explore a variety of highly effective and unique techniques designed to enhance your ability to achieve a lethal cross exam while avoiding the pitfalls that cause needless harm and injury to your case.