March Madness: CLE Edition - DUI, Sexual Harassment, Hackers Accessing Medical Records and More!

02/15/2019 -Have you earned your credits for this year yet? There are only four more months to file your CLE credits. Don’t procrastinate - take courses now to avoid the rush, use your free time this spring to enjoy the weather with family and friends!

Below are just some of the programs offered in March. Visit the CLE Calendar to see all the programs open for registration between now and April. Remember, programs are added frequently, so be sure to check back often.


2019 DUI Laws and Hardship Licenses
March 15, 2019
1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m., 2.0 credits
Also available as a live webcast!


Speakers:
Officer James Francis
Portsmouth Police Department

Albert Giusti
Rhode Island Department of Health

Robert H. Humphrey, Esq.
Law Offices of Robert H. Humphrey, Esq.

Lauren V. Iannelli, Esq.
Department of Attorney General

Kimberly A. Petta, Esq.
Law Offices of Robert H. Humphrey, Esq.

This program will provide a comprehensive nuts and bolts analysis of the basics of drunk driving and refusal cases and an extensive review of the changing science and technology in these cases.

The panelists will address:
  • Hardship licenses and ignition interlock devices;
  • The Intoxilyzer 9000 breath testing machine;
  • Drug Recognition Expert training and testimony at trial;
  • The administration of the standardized field sobriety tests;
  • The ability to compel blood samples in DUI cases; and
  • The strategies for both prosecution and defense at trial.
This program is appropriate for both new and experienced attorneys. Attendees will receive the 2019 DUI Practice Manual.


Sexual Harassment: Issues in Employment and Housing
March 19, 2019
5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m., 1.5 credits + 0.5 ethics
Also available as a live webcast!

Speakers:

Tina M. Christy
Senior Compliance Officer
Rhode Island Commission for Human Rights


Marissa Janton, Esq.
Rhode Island Commission for Human Rights

Our speakers will provide guidance about best practices to promote an appropriate and respectful workplace and housing experience for both landlords and tenants. They will also address recent issues in employment law and housing and how attorneys can best advise their clients.

The program includes an interactive overview of federal and state anti-discrimination laws, parties’ rights and responsibilities, as well as case studies provided by a Commission senior compliance officer. Finally, the training will provide an overview of the burdens of proof, defenses to allegations of sexual harassment, and leading legal theories of liability.


Hacking Your Health: A Hacker's Most Profitable Scheme
March 21, 2019
9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m., 2.0 credits
Also available as a live webcast!


Speakers:
Joseph Provost
Professor and Digital Forensics Lab Administrator
Department of Justice and Homeland Security
Salve Regina University


David Smith
Department Chair and Graduate Program Director
Department of Justice and Homeland Security
Salve Regina University


Hackers are no longer aiming for your wallet through banking data breaches; they are going after your health by accessing medical records and medical devices, which has proven to be more profitable for them and allows them to access a wealth of different schemes including blackmail, murder for hire, and other serious crimes. While it may seem like a script from your favorite television show, the terrifying truth is that it is real.

If you are an attorney representing medical device manufacturers, healthcare providers, or patients, don’t miss out on this eye-opening program.

 
We have so many more great CLE programs coming up in March- take a look at our CLE calendar and sign up today! Some of the topics include:
  • Safe Zone Training: Competently and Ethically Communicating with LGBTQ+ Clients
  • An Overview of the Adoption Process
  • Trust Us: Key Drafting Considerations and Ideas for Modern Wills and Trusts
  • Stress management
  • The Rhode Island State Law Library: The Answer to Improving YOUR Legal Research Skills
There is something for everyone this spring, so check out the calendar today!