Rhode Island CLE Bundle 2020
Please note: This bundle allows you to complete 6 credits. We included extra material to give you more topic choices. In Rhode Island, you must complete a total of 10 credits annually, including at least 2 credit hours of Legal Ethics. You may take a maximum of 6 CLE hours for viewing recorded webcast. Please take the courses you wish.
Program Format: The Knowledge Group webcasts fulfill the CLE requirements in Rhode Island.
How to obtain your CLE credit: Complete the video courses, answer the secret word questions and download the certificates for each completed course.
Rhode Island CLE Requirements Approval of Programs: The Knowledge Group webcasts qualify as distance learning programs in Rhode Island. Attorneys may seek individual course accreditation on behalf of non-approved sponsors.
The Knowledge Group provides certificate of completion and course materials. Send email request to firstname.lastname@example.org for any supplemental documents needed for submission.
Rhode Island CLE Reporting Procedure: The Knowledge Group does not submit attendance report to Rhode Island Judiciary. Attorneys are responsible for keeping track of their own CLE credits. Certify your attendance as you would normally do directly to your state’s MCLE administrator.
Legal Ethics (2.0 Credits Required)
|Practical Ethics Guide for Lawyers: Best Practices You Should Consider||1.0||Legal Ethics|
|Ethical Obligations in Data Security: Significant Compliance Practices||1.0||Legal Ethics|
|Attorney-Client Privilege and Internal Investigations: Ethical Risks and Pitfalls||1.5||Legal Ethics|
|Emerging Antitrust Issues: Implications to the Life Sciences Industry||1.5||General CLE|
|Product Liability Litigation: Practical Tips and Strategies||2.0||General CLE|
|Consumer Products Safety Due Diligence in M&A: Practical Tips and Strategies Explored!||1.5||General CLE|
|The Revised Section 101 and 112 Guidance from USPTO: Opportunities and Challenges for Patent Applicants||2.0||General CLE|
|Navigating the Antidumping and Countervailing Duties: What You Need to Know and Do||1.5||General CLE|