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Attorneys Mississippi 12 1 Year 1 hr. in legal ethics, professional responsibility, professionalism, malpractice prevention, substance abuse or mental health.

In Mississippi, like most other states, CEU activities can be taken online, through audio tapes and disks, or in person. Self-study and readings may also be used to satisfy part of the CEU requirements. Courses or study generally cover ethics, legal theory, professionalism, substance abuse, mental illness, or other topics as dictated by the state and outlined above. CEU lists courses for all subject matters relative to qualifying courses for CEU in the state of Mississippi.

Experienced attorneys may also receive credit for a speaking or teaching engagement at an accredited program, for moderating or participating in a panel presentation at an accredited activity, or for teaching law courses at an ABA accredited law school. There is often credit available for prepping law students or judging law competitions. Pro bono legal services may also qualify for credit against the CEU requirements for the legal profession.

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It is important that you, as an attorney, be certain that the CEU credit you earn is provided by an accredited provider. CEU Market ensures this is the case for any course you take that is supplied or listed by CEU Market.




Course TitleCEU HoursCostDate AvailableLocation
Bank Regulatory Basics for the Non Banking Lawyer1.6$7508/10/2017N/A

Course Description

Banks, unlike other business corporations, are the creations of federal and state law. As such, the regulations that dictate banking are unlike those of corporations and knowledge of one does not constitute knowledge of the other. This CLE course, presented by esteemed attorney Kathleen Scott is designed specifically for attorneys who do not specialize in banking. The course will explain what banks do, and will review the various regulatory agencies, relevant statutes, and major legislation, and explain holding companies and how they function, banks’ organizational structure, restricted transactions and other regulatory issues.

More About Kathleen Scott

Kathleen A. Scott is a senior counsel in the New York office of Norton Rose Fulbright, representing some of the world's largest international financial institutions concentrating on a broad range of financial services regulatory, anti-money laundering and privacy matters. Kathleen represents financial institution clients with respect to the bank regulatory aspects of mergers and acquisitions, establishment of new banking organizations and nonbanking affiliates, and other transactions. Kathleen advises foreign and domestic banks and other financial institutions on a broad range of federal and state regulatory issues affecting all their operations and interacts routinely with federal and state banking regulators. She has expertise regarding U.S. federal and various other state banking laws and regulations regarding banks as well as nonbank financial companies that might require licensing at the state level. Kathleen also counsels financial institutions facing enforcement or other supervisory actions or investigations by state and federal regulators on their compliance with federal consumer, privacy and anti-money laundering legislation and regulations. More specifically, she handles compliance with the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act for banks and other financial institutions and related financial privacy and information security matters. She also advises financial institutions on a broad range of anti-money laundering compliance and enforcement issues. Kathleen began her career as an attorney for the United States Department of Treasury and also served as an assistant counsel for the New York State Banking Department before going into private practice at two other major law firms in New York before joining Norton Rose Fulbright. Since 2005, she has written a bi-monthly column on International Banking for the New York Law Journal. In addition, she routinely contributes to the Financial Services: Regulation Tomorrow blog, which provides insight and commentary on the global financial regulatory environment.

This course is approved for CLE in these states:

  • Alaska - 1.25 credits
  • Arizona - 1.25 credits
  • California - 1.25 credits
  • Colorado - 1.5 credits
  • Connecticut - 1.25 credits
  • Georgia - 1.2 credits
  • Hawaii - 1.25 credits
  • Illinois - 1.25 credits
  • Missouri - 1.5 credits
  • Mississippi - 1.3 credits
  • New Jersey - 1.6 credits
  • New Mexico - 1.25 credits
  • New York - 1.5 credits
  • Pennsylvania - 1 credit
  • Tennessee - 1.3 credits
  • Virgin Islands - 1.25 credits
  • Washington - 1.25 credits
Avoiding Malpractice when Dealing with Retirement Accounts1.2$5008/10/2017N/A
Asset Protection in the Public Benefits Context3.1$12508/10/2017N/A

Course Description

Nationally recognized asset protection and elder law expert, Robert F. Brogan, C.E.L.A., presents over two hours of information you can use to guide your clients in preserving their legacy, while obtaining the public benefits necessary to address their long-term care needs. This CLE program, designed for the intermediate and more advanced practitioner, explores a variety of techniques which the presenter has used successfully in one of the most difficult states in the country for Medicaid Planning. If your state engages in a pattern of improper denials to deter practitioners and their clients from exercising rights under federal law, then this is a must-see lecture for you. Hear common pitfalls to avoid in drafting and planning to insure that you will be in the best position for fair hearings and appeals. Get up to date information on the use of single premium immediate annuities for community spouses or individuals using qualified or non-qualified funds. Explore the interplay between asset protection and special needs trusts for those who have a determination of disability from Social Security. Be alerted to the pitfalls of credit shelter trusts, HEMS standards, and simple “I Love You” Wills, when there are indicators that a surviving spouse anticipates needing care outside the home in the future. Come to a better understanding of the tax implications of drafting for grantor trust status with irrevocable trusts. Learn how to protect low-basis assets while not losing step-up on death. Educate yourself on approaches to protect assets in trust from estate recovery.

More About Robert Brogan

Robert F. Brogan, of Point Pleasant, New Jersey, President of the Brogan Law Group concentrates his practice in elder and disability law, including Medicaid Planning, Special Needs Planning, asset preservation, guardianships, Veteran’s Benefits, Wills and trusts, estate and trust administration and probate litigation. Certified as an Elder Law Attorney by the ABA-accredited National Elder Law Foundation, Mr. Brogan has served as Chair of the Elder and Disability Law Section of the New Jersey State Bar Association and has served as a Director on the Board of Directors of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. He is a member of the Special Needs Alliance, an invitation only national consortium of attorneys dedicated to special needs and disability law. He served as Chair of the Ocean County Bar Association Elder Law Committee and is an accredited attorney by the U.S Veteran’s Administration. Mr. Brogan has been selected for inclusion in Super Lawyers 2008, 2009, 2010, and 2011 Editions, and has received an A-V Preeminent Peer Review rating from Martindale-Hubbell. He serves as the legislative liaison for the New Jersey Chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys and has served on the Public Policy and Grassroots Advocacy Committees of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. He serves as a Board Member on the NAELA Senior Rights PAC. The New Jersey State Bar Association has awarded him the Legislative Advocacy Award twice for his advocacy efforts in the field of elder law. Mr. Brogan regularly lectures to other attorneys at the state and national level regarding Medicaid planning, planning for people with special needs, and the policy impact of healthcare issues on seniors and those with special needs. He is the author of articles published by New Jersey Lawyer Magazine, the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education, Suffolk University School of Law, the Special Needs Alliance and the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. Mr. Brogan received his B.A., with high honors in journalism, from Rutgers College, where he was also an Eagleton Institute Associate in the political science department. He received his J.D. from Rutgers Law School-Camden, where he participated in the Rutgers Elder Law Clinic, providing legal representation to impoverished seniors in Camden County. Mr. Brogan served as Law Clerk to the Honorable William H. Huber, Presiding Judge in the Chancery Division, General Equity Part, Superior Court of New Jersey, in Toms River, New Jersey. He is a happily married father of seven wonderful children.

This course is approved for CLE in these states:

  • Alaska - 2.5 credits
  • Arizona - 2.5 credits
  • California - 2.5 credits
  • Colorado - 3 credits
  • Connecticut - 2.5 credits
  • Florida - 3 credits
  • Georgia - 2.6 credits
  • Hawaii - 2.5 credits
  • Illinois - 2.5 credits
  • Indiana - 2.7 credits
  • Missouri - 3 credits
  • Mississippi - 2.5 credits
  • New Hampshire - 2.5 credits
  • New Jersey - 3.1 credits
  • New Mexico - 2.5 credits
  • Nevada - 2.5 credits
  • New York - 3 credits
  • Oregon - 2.75 credits
  • Pennsylvania - 2.5 credits
  • Virgin Islands - 2.5 credits
  • Washington - 2.5 credits
  • West Virginia - 3.1 credits
ASCLD/LAB and Other Forensic Lab Certification: What Does That Really Mean?2$10008/10/2017N/A
This course earns different CEU hours depending on your state:
  • AK (1.5)
  • AZ (1.5)
  • CA (1.5)
  • CO (1.75)
  • CT (1.5)
  • FL (2)
  • GA (1.5)
  • HI (1.5)
  • IL (1.5)
  • MO (1.75)
  • MS (1.5)
  • NH (1.5)
  • NJ (1.8)
  • NM (1.5)
  • NV (1.5)
  • NY (1.5)
  • OR (1.5)
  • PA (1.5)
  • TN (1.5)
  • VI (1.5)
  • WA (1.5)
  • WV (1.8)


The use of lab tests, witness testimony, and on-scene evidence in criminal investigations is standard and generally accepted. As citizens, we trust the labs, police officers and forensic scientists to gather and analyze evidence and administer justice accordingly. But what if lab tests were corrupted, witness testimony was unreliable or coerced, and evidence was tainted? In this CLE course, renowned attorney Jeffrey T. Schwartz will explain the extent to which corruption has infiltrated our criminal justice system and the degree to which we rely on evidence that cannot be trusted. The course will explain how to do your due diligence in verifying the authenticity of evidence you need to present at court. Using the parameters enforced by the American Society of Crime Laboratory Directors/ Laboratory Accreditation Board (ASCLD/LAB), the course will explain the many ways that the labs and police are failing to properly handle evidence and how to evaluate and verify evidence presented in court.

Lecturer Bio

Jeffrey Todd Schwartz, Esq.

Jeffrey Todd Schwartz was awarded a Baccalaureate in Psychology (B.A.) from Yeshiva University’s Yeshiva College and earned his Doctor of Jurisprudence (J.D.) at its Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. Admitted to the bar of the states of New York and New Jersey in 1987 and to the Supreme Court of the United States since 1992, he has been litigating federal and state court matters for over twenty-four (24) years. For six years Mr. Schwartz served the Queen's County District Attorney's Office in New York City. He was assigned to the Homicide/Investigations Bureau and was a founding member of both its Narcotics Trial and Career Criminal Major Crime Bureaus. While in private practice he received certification as lead counsel in the evolving area of death penalty prosecution, immigration consequences to criminal conviction and sex offender civil commitment pursuant to article ten of the Mental Hygiene Law. For fifteen years Mr. Schwartz has been on the faculty of the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law’s Intensive Trial Advocacy Program (I.T.A.P.) and coached its law school team during the semi-final rounds of the American College of Trial Lawyers National Trial Competition. He lectures and performs demonstrations at continuing legal education (C.L.E.) and bar association training programs. Topics have included: representing high profile clients vilified in the media, ethical issues that arise in the zealous representation of criminal cases, crime scene investigation and forensics, as well as trial advocacy, strategy and technique. His internet lectures and panel discussions are acclaimed by his colleagues nationwide. You can see his peer reviews here: Mr. Schwartz has been honored, recognized and awarded certificates of outstanding dedication and service by The City Council of New York, the New York State Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers as well as the Detective Endowment and Patrolman's Benevolent Associations of the New York City Police Department. He appears as a legal analyst and consultant in the media and is trial counsel in highly publicized death penalty, murder and civil prosecutions. He has been profiled in local and national publications, including The New York Times. Mr. Schwartz is a graduate of the Yeshiva of Flatbush in Brooklyn, New York and studied Bible, Talmud and Judaic studies for one year in Jerusalem towards his undergraduate degree. He devotes a minimum of twenty-five percent of his time to pro-bono cases and charity fund raising.
Applying Mediation Principles to Family Law Issues2.4$10008/10/2017N/A
This course earns different CEU hours depending on your state:
  • AK (2)
  • AZ (2)
  • CA (2)
  • CO (2.25)
  • CT (2)
  • GA (2)
  • HI (2)
  • IL (2)
  • MO (2.25)
  • MS (2)
  • NJ (2.4)
  • NM (2)
  • NY (2)
  • PA (2)
  • TN (2)
  • VI (2)
  • WA (2)


Mediation is a form of ADR (Alternate Dispute Resolution) that may be used in civil disputes, family law matters, eldercare, and many other fields. In this course you will be given an overview of mediation skills and techniques from a trained attorney/mediator. The lecture will apply mediation principles to practice areas in family law. Whether you are an attorney contemplating starting a mediation practice or are simply looking to gain practical insight into this growing field this lecture is for you. Topics include mediation theory, the ethics of mediation practice, and mediation theory as applied to Family Law disputes. The focus will be on practical applications of the mediation model. This CLE lecture will also give the attorney who is not familiar with Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) another model to consider when handling a matrimonial matter.

Lecturer Bio

Martin Rosenfeld, Esq.

Martin Rosenfeld graduated, Cum Laude, from the New England School of Law in 1982. He has worked as an Assistant Attorney General for nine years in Connecticut. Martin is also an ordained rabbi (Yeshiva University, 1975). He has incorporated mediation work in both his roles as a rabbi and attorney since 1996. Martin trained in mediation in the Center for Conflict Resolution (Chicago,IL) and at the Mediation Training and Consultation Institute (Ann Arbor, MI.). He currently lives in Fair Lawn, NJ where he conducts a mediation practice and is on the New Jersey roster of family and commercial mediators. Martin is a member of the Bars in NJ, CT, IL and NY. His writings appear in the blogs and Martin has also served as an arbitrator in over 100 cases.
Appealing and Litigating Health Care and Long-Term Disability Insurance Denials2.1$10008/10/2017N/A
This course earns different CEU hours depending on your state:
  • AK (1.75)
  • AZ (1.75)
  • CA (1.75)
  • CO (2)
  • CT (1.75)
  • GA (1.8)
  • HI (1.75)
  • IL (1.75)
  • MO (2)
  • MS (1.75)
  • NJ (2.1)
  • NM (1.75)
  • NY (2)
  • PA (1.5)
  • VI (1.75)
  • WA (1.75)


Regardless of how comprehensive your medical insurance may be, no plan covers everything and even some seemingly innocuous claims may be rejected, particularly those that involve long-term care. That is why it’s critical to understand the appeal and litigation process for health care and long-term disability claims. In this CLE course, David Trueman reviews the various types of insurance and the primary components of general policies before delving into the processes and procedures for appealing and litigating medical insurance denials. The course highlights the most important elements of the appeal and litigation process including determining the basis for appeal, eliciting support from medical authorities, document preparation and the variability of strategies in the basis of specific medical insurance plans.

Lecturer Bio

David L. Trueman, Esq.

David Trueman is an attorney as well as a psychologist and a graduate of Columbia University School of Law. He represents individuals and health care professionals in a variety of areas including practice issues, health care coverage and reimbursement, insurance matters, long-term disability, and medical malpractice. He has made law in the Second Circuit and New York State enhancing patients' rights' in relation to insurance companies and managed care entities. Dr. Trueman often writes and lectures on health law, insurance, and managed care issues, and conducts Continuing Legal Education seminars for practicing attorneys. He currently is an adjunct faculty member at Columbia University School of Law where he teaches "Health Law" and "Access to Health Care."
Anatomy of a Car Accident Case2.6$12508/10/2017N/A
This course earns different CEU hours depending on your state:
  • AK (2.25)
  • AZ (2)
  • CA (2.25)
  • CO (2.5)
  • CT (2.25)
  • GA (2.2)
  • HI (2.25)
  • IL (2.25)
  • MO (2.5)
  • MS (2.2)
  • NJ (2.6)
  • NM (2.25)
  • NV (2)
  • NY (2.5)
  • PA (2)
  • TN (2.2)
  • VA (2)
  • VI (2.25)
  • WA (2.25)
  • WV (2.6)


This CLE program gives an attorney a complete overview of handling a car accident case, with particular emphasis on New York State. From meeting with the client and extracting vital information to the handling of the Personal Injury Protection claim to putting the case into a lawsuit, this lecture touches on just about every well-known issue that needs to be addressed. The lecture includes cost benefit analysis that must be taken into account upon accepting a case and whether a case is worth pursuing into trial or better settled earlier on. Handling a car accident case involves ever changing approaches to the credibility of one’s client, the seriousness of the injuries and the attitudes towards settlement taken by various well known insurance companies. This course will guide you through the thicket of those issues and gives helpful pointers on getting the most out of the case before you.

Lecturer Bio

Jeffrey A. Rubin, Esq.

Jeffrey A. Rubin is the principal at Jeffrey A. Rubin & Associates, PC located in Downtown Manhattan. Mr. Rubin's firm specializes in personal injury cases and immigration cases. Mr. Rubin personally tries most of his cases and he has appeared in every related courthouse in the metropolitan area. The range of cases that Mr. Rubin's firm handles includes, car accidents, trip/slip and falls, Labor Law and, insurance defense as well as, green cards, citizenship and deportations. Mr. Rubin is a 1989 graduate of The Benjamin Cardozo School of Law and served for several years as an Assistant District Attorney in Bronx County, New York. He has also worked at an insurance defense law firm for several years and at a law firm that represent individuals suing workplace related complaints. Mr. Rubin is admitted to the bar in New York, New Jersey, the United States District Court-Eastern, Southern and New Jersey Districts. Mr. Rubin is also admitted to the Second Circuit of the United States Court of Appeal as well as admitted and qualified to appear before the United States Supreme Court. From time to time you can hear Mr. Rubin on 93.5 F.M. Link Up Radio as well as Haitian Radio stations, Lakay and Tropicale. To learn more visit:
Airbnb – Revolutionaries of Sharing Economy or Just Plain Illegal?2$10008/10/2017N/A
This course earns different CEU hours depending on your state:
  • AK (1.75)
  • AZ (1.75)
  • CA (1.75)
  • CO (2)
  • CT (1.75)
  • GA (1.7)
  • HI (1.75)
  • IL (1.75)
  • MO (2)
  • MS (1.5)
  • NH (1.5)
  • NJ (2)
  • NM (1.75)
  • NV (1.5)
  • NY (2)
  • PA (1.5)
  • TN (1.7)
  • VI (1.75)
  • WA (1.75)
  • WV (2)


Airbnb is an online community marketplace that connects potential home renters with those seeking to lease their properties. It is a service that is adored by some, despised by others and in NYC has been a major source controversy. The NYS Attorney General maintains that nearly three-quarters of all Airbnb rentals in NYC are illegal and in violation of violate zoning and other laws. It has charged Airbnb to clean up its act. What’s at stake? Huge sums of money for Airbnb, millions of potential hotel tax dollars that the Attorney General says Airbnb is costing the State every year and substantial income to the individuals who offer short term apartment rentals. But is this all legal? Is Airbnb a revolutionary of the sharing economy breaking down greedy and lazy industries and empowering individuals? Or is it just a scam to avoid regulation and taxes? Join Belkin Burden Wenig & Goldman, LLC partner Matthew Brett who has litigated many of these issues as he breaks down the law and issues surrounding this fascinating and timely topic.

Lecturer Bio

Matthew S. Brett, Esq.

Matthew S. Brett is a partner at Belkin Burden Wenig & Goldman, LLP. He joined BBWG in in 2000 and became a partner in 2007. He specializes in real estate litigation and has worked on notable cases including Lenox Hill Hospital v. Spitz and HF Associates v. Sullivan. He has co-authored an Amicus curiae brief the United States Supreme Court petition for certiorari in Harmon v. Kimmel. Mr. Brett earned his Juris Doctor from Brooklyn Law School where he was a Moot Court Honor Society Quarter Finalist in the National Environmental Law Moot Court Competition. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Human and Natural Ecology from Emory University. He was the Chairman of the New Jersey Emory University Alumni Association. Mr. Brett is currently a member of the Judiciary Committee of the New York City Bar Association. Until December 2011, Mr. Brett was an Owner's Representative on the Advisory Council of the Housing Part of the New York City Civil Court. He was also a member of the Housing and Urban Development Committee and a member of the Housing Court Committee of the New York City Bar Association. Has served as Co-Chair of Continuing Legal Education (CLE) courses hosted by the New York Bar Association including How to Successfully Navigate, Litigate & Resolve Mold Issues, Housing in Cyberspace, Rent Regulation and Future Perspectives on Affordable Housing and Economic Development in New York City. Mr. Brett has also lectured on the Internet and Evidence for the Rent Stabilization Association and Rent Regulation for the New York City Bar Association. He has lectured on AirBnB issues for the Rent Stabilization Association and the New York County Lawyers Association. He is a member of the Millburn Township Zoning Board of Adjustment. Mr. Brett regularly tweets about real estate, regulatory and housing issues on Twitter: @NYClandlordlaw
Advertising After Operation Full Disclosure: The FTC’s New Focus on Disclosures in Advertising1.25$5008/10/2017N/A
This course earns different CEU hours depending on your state:
  • AK (1)
  • AZ (1)
  • CA (1)
  • CO (1.25)
  • CT (1)
  • GA (1)
  • HI (1)
  • IL (1)
  • MO (1)
  • MS (1)
  • NH (1)
  • NJ (1)
  • NM (1)
  • NY (1)
  • PA (1)
  • TN (1)
  • VI (1)
  • WA (1)
  • WV (1)


As part of “Operation Full Disclosure,” the Federal Trade Commission recently sent warning letters to more than sixty national advertisers warning them that their television and print disclosures are not clear and conspicuous. This is second time in two years that the FTC has issued major guidance to industry on disclosures in advertising. What is Operation Full Disclosure all about? Why is the FTC so focused on disclosures – and national advertising – right now? And what should advertisers and their agencies do to comply? Listen as one of the country’s leading advertising law experts provides an update on the FTC’s disclosure initiatives and best practices for staying out of trouble.

Topics include:

  • What the FTC is most concerned about now
  • Making disclosures “clear and conspicuous”
  • Key factors for determining whether disclosures won’t be effective
  • Disclosure traps to avoid
  • Key concerns with online disclosures, including dealing with small space ads and hyperlinks
  • Review of important FTC and state enforcement actions relating to disclosures
  • And much more...

Lecturer Bio

Jeffrey A. Greenbaum, Esq.

Managing Partner of Frankfurt Kurnit since 2010, Jeffrey A. Greenbaum is one of the country’s leading advertising lawyers. He is a partner in the firm's Advertising, Marketing & Public Relations Group and has extensive experience representing advertisers, advertising agencies, and media companies on advertising, marketing, branded entertainment, and intellectual property matters. Best Lawyers named him "Advertising Lawyer of the Year" in the New York metro area for 2015. Mr. Greenbaum advises clients on a wide variety of advertising-related matters, including advertising regulation, rights clearance, agency/client contracts, production contracts, e-commerce, consumer privacy, sweepstakes and contests, union issues, network clearance, and global advertising clearance. He also regularly represents advertisers in connection with advertising litigation, including federal, state, and local regulatory investigations, as well as before the National Advertising Division and other self-regulatory organizations. Mr. Greenbaum is also the Chairman of the Global Advertising Lawyers Alliance, a network of independent law firms around the world with expertise in advertising law. He is also a Director of the Brand Activation Association (formerly, the PMA), and has also served as a member of the BAA's Executive Committee. He is also a member of the BAA's Government and Legal Affairs Committee. He was also Co-Chair of the 2007 PMA law conference. Mr. Greenbaum has previously served as chair of the Committee on Consumer Affairs of the New York City Bar. For more than a decade, he has also chaired the New York City Bar’s annual “Hot Topics in Advertising” program. He has also served on the INTA Nontraditional Marks Committee and is a member of ASIPI. Mr. Greenbaum is a frequent speaker on advertising issues. He has spoken at the Federal Trade Commission’s "Protecting Kids' Privacy Online" workshop, the "FTC at 100" workshop, the FTC's "Rebate Debate" workshop, and at the FTC's "Green Lights and Red Flags: FTC/BBB Rules of the Road for Advertisers" program. He has also spoken at conferences and programs sponsored by the National Advertising Division, the Association of National Advertisers, the Brand Activation Association, the National Advertising Review Council, the Electronic Retailing Self-Regulation Program, the Electronic Retailing Association, INTA, the Intellectual Property Owners Association, the Association of Independent Commercial Producers, the American Intellectual Property Law Association, ASIPI, ALI/ABA, the Association of Corporate Counsel, the American Bar Association, the New York City Bar, the New York County Lawyers Association, the New York State Bar Association, the Washington State Bar Association, and others. Mr. Greenbaum is a member of the Dean's Advisory Council at the University of Michigan Law School. He has served as an adjunct faculty member at Parsons School of Design. He has also spoken at programs sponsored by Columbia University, New York University, New York Law School, Brandeis University, and University of Kansas. Mr. Greenbaum has been quoted in publications such as The New York Times, The Washington Post, Bloomberg, Advertising Age, Adweek, Creativity, Marketing News, Digiday, Sports Business Global, Kiplinger, Media Post, Electronic Retailer, Advertising Compliance Service, LA Biz Journal, The National Law Journal, Antitrust, and Corporate Counsel. He has appeared on the CBS "Early Show" and Bloomberg Law. He is the author of the chapter "Specific Corporate Compliance Challenges by Practice Area: Advertising" in Corporate Compliance Practice Guide: The Next Generation of Compliance (LexisNexis, 2009). He is also the author of the chapter "Developing an Advertising Compliance Program" in Advertising and Marketing Litigation Best Practices (Aspatore, 2007). He has also served as the "Legalease" columnist for Shoot magazine.
Advanced Techniques in Transfer Development Rights1.5$7508/10/2017N/A
This course earns different CEU hours depending on your state:
  • AK (1.25)
  • AZ (1.25)
  • CA (1.25)
  • CO (1.5)
  • CT (1.25)
  • GA (1.2)
  • HI (1.25)
  • IL (1.25)
  • MO (1.5)
  • MS (1.25)
  • NH (1.25)
  • NJ (1.5)
  • NM (1.25)
  • NV (1)
  • NY (1.5)
  • PA (1)
  • VI (1.25)
  • WA (1.25)
  • WV (1.5)


The transfer of development rights in the City of New York usually involves an as-of-right transaction between two adjacent properties with a contiguous lot line. Circumstances sometimes require the use of advanced techniques utilizing an air parcel to store development rights for use at a later date. Depending on the location, development rights generated through the Inclusionary Housing program or in Special Districts (e.g., Highline Transfer Corridor, Southstreet Seaport) may also be transferred. This CLE course by a top New York City land use lawyer will familiarize attorneys with the language of zoning and development rights transfers, the due diligence necessary to determine if transfers have occurred, and the documentation and approvals required to implement both as-of-right and advanced transfers.

Lecturer Bio

Paul J. Proulx, Esq.

Paul J. Proulx focuses on land use, zoning and development matters as well as general real estate transactions. Mr. Proulx represents clients before New York City agencies, such as the Board of Standards and Appeals, City Planning Commission, Economic Development Corporation, Department of Housing Preservation and Development, Landmarks Preservation Commission, Office of the Mayor and New York City Council. Mr. Proulx has extensive experience drafting and prosecuting land use applications and the restrictive declarations that accompany them. He also negotiates and drafts purchase and sale agreements, zoning lot development agreements (ZLDAs), declarations, licenses, and easements for development rights transactions between adjacent property owners. In addition, Mr. Proulx advises clients on NYC tax incentives and zoning and construction code issues. Before he entered private practice, Mr. Proulx spent time in government and worked in-house with a hotelier and real estate development firm. Before joining Carter Ledyard, he practiced at two global law firms.