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Accounting & Finance
Accounting and finance concepts that help lawyers understand their clients’ business and the financial components of legal transactions.
Civil Litigation Basics
The process, phases, and essential concepts of civil litigation in the US, from complaints to closing arguments.
Covers the basics of commercial lending in the United States, including various types of loans, loan documentation, the diligence and closing processes, and important finance concepts relating to loans.
Explains the legal, business, and drafting issues for the most common terms and provisions that appear in day-to-day commercial agreements.
Gives a big picture, practical understanding of private and public corporations, the laws they operate under, and how corporate governance practices change as a company grows. It covers organizational documents, corporate approvals, incorporating, capitalization, reporting, and stockholders, directors, and officers.
Covers preparing for, taking, and defending depositions, and provides guidance on expert and corporate depositions.
Excel & Data Analysis
The basics of Excel, Excel in legal practice, and business topics such as financial modeling, data analysis and statistics.
Strategy, tips, and rules regarding working with (and against) experts on your case. Covers all areas of expert work, including expert reports, expert depositions, Daubert motions, direct and cross of experts at trial, and ethical considerations.
Caps and baskets, reverse triangular mergers, change of control provisions. M&A Basics covers the essentials.
A series of courses on advanced M&A topics, produced in collaboration with the ABA M&A Committee (the "Market Check" series).
An advanced discussion of motion practice, including oral argument. Provides strategic considerations and drafting tips for the different sections of a brief, as well as for specific types of motions, including summary judgment, 12(b)(6), and discovery motions.
Covers in-court and out-of-court restructurings, including Chapter 11 cases; 363 sales; and litigation, financing, and contracts in bankruptcy.
Covers registered securities offerings, including relevant securities laws, types of offerings, deal documents, and tasks like diligence and closings.
Strategic guidance on trying a case, including how to prepare for and execute the most important tasks of trial, such as openings and closings, witness prep, direct examination, and cross examination. Courses also teach more advanced tasks, like how to lead a trial team, create a master trial plan, and try your case with an eye toward appeal.
The key business and legal issues and documents involved in fundraising for emerging companies, plus important “venture math” calculations.