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Continuing Legal Education
Strafford programs qualify for CLE credits in every state that accredits webinars or teleconferences.
They offer you a high quality, cost effective, and convenient CLE option, with no lost travel time or expenses.
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Strafford's legal publications and CLE webinars are developed exclusively by attorneys, under the guidance of distinguished advisory boards—providing the real-world perspectives of outside experts and practitioners from law firms, industry and academia. Legal webinars are presented by a panel of carefully selected leaders in their field with critical knowledge of the issues presented.
Strafford's editorial approach ensures unmatched quality and allows attorneys to confidently cut down on reading and research time knowing they are briefed on all the key developments in their profession.
About Strafford Webinars & Teleconferences
Strafford webinars and teleconferences offer an excellent opportunity to train your entire staff—with no lost travel time or expenses.
Each live seminar features presentations by a panel of nationally recognized authorities, followed by an interactive Q&A session. In most cases, presentation materials can be viewed online or printed out and audio can be accessed via the web or a telephone.
Founded in 1984, Strafford Publications, Inc. is a leading national publisher of specialized information services. We publish authoritative litigation digests in several practice areas.
In Current Publications
$1.1 Million verdict in favor of plaintiffs in medical negligence action affirmed
$14.5 Million judgment for contractor on defamation claim against State Farm affirmed
$593 Million judgment for physician on patent infringement claim reversed
All-risk policy provides coverage for arsenic damage to insured's property
Allstate has no duty to indemnify shooting victim's state court judgment
Breast cancer patient awarded $3.75 million in medical malpractice action
Broker potentially liable to insured for failure to process policy renewal
Complaint alleges healthcare company increased services to meet Medicare bonus criteria
Full satisfaction of sole plaintiff's individual claim moots FLSA collective action
Gym member secretly videotaped in shower room fails to establish numerosity
Health department fires physician for accessing confidential personnel records
Insurer not required to show prejudice arising from late notice
Insurer's cap on neurodevelopmental therapies is lawful
Law revoking medical licenses of healthcare workers convicted of crimes is constitutional
Law school graduates plausibly allege school misrepresented post-graduate employment rates
Liberty Mutual dismisses appeal of $450 million settlement of claims against AIG
LinkedIn members fail to allege injury from security breach caused by hackers
Ongoing SEC investigation not sufficient to give rise to inference of scienter
Patient asserts battery claim following removal of incorrect rib during surgery
Plaintiff fails to adequately allege defendants intentionally deflated stock price