Public Health and Legal Implications of Flexibilities for Substance Use Treatment During and After the COVID-19 Pandemic

The webinar provides the attorney general community and other stakeholders with an update on increased flexibilities in treatment delivery (e.g., telehealth services) for substance use disorder treatment during and beyond the COVID-19 pandemic, highlights specific policy and legal considerations. Specifically, the webinar provides the following: An overview of the federal-level policies that allow for flexibilities…

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Review of the 2020 Supreme Court Term

United States Supreme Court decisions directly affect attorney general offices’ ability to enforce state laws and defend government officials’ conduct. In this webinar, NAAG’s Center for Supreme Court Advocacy hosts two of the nation’s leading U.S. Supreme Court practitioners to discuss the Supreme Court’s completed 2020 Term.

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Introduction to The Anticorruption Manual: Selected Topics from the First-Ever Guide for State Corruption Prosecutors, Part 2

This two-part series introduces The Anticorruption Manual: A Guide for State Prosecutors through its editors and several authors who wrote its 30 chapters. The first webinar focuses on the different contexts in which corruption arises, as well as the management of investigations. The second webinar addresses legal, ethical, and strategic issues that may face corruption…

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Introduction to The Anticorruption Manual: Selected Topics from the First-Ever Guide for State Corruption Prosecutors, Part 1

This two-part series introduces The Anticorruption Manual: A Guide for State Prosecutors through its editors and several authors who wrote its 30 chapters. The first webinar focuses on the different contexts in which corruption arises, as well as the management of investigations. The second webinar addresses legal, ethical, and strategic issues that may face corruption…

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An Update on Housing and Student Loan Issues, and the Return to the Office

Federal and state COVID-related consumer protections from mortgage foreclosures and from residential and student loan defaults were in flux due to ending moratoriums and extensions, as well as legal cases challenging the validity of those protections. Panelists discuss the status of these protections and share their insights on what challenges face consumers and attorney general…
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Understanding Cybercrime, Computers and Cybersecurity

This webinar explains cybercrime, computers, networks, forensics, and cybersecurity in plain English. Attorneys and investigators who are hesitant to work on cybercrime or cybersecurity because of technological aspects, or who want a better grasp of these concepts, will gain a firm foundation on the basics. Participants will learn how common forms of cybercrime take advantage…

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Predatory and Unethical Practices in Substance Use Treatment, Part 1

The first training of this series addresses foundational concepts regarding substance use disorders, the treatment landscape, and relevant policy and legal considerations. Participants will also hear from people with lived experiences in navigating substance use treatment for themselves or loved ones including unethical, predatory, and fraudulent practices. The second training in this series, hosted on…

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Cybercrime Investigations: A Comprehensive View from Two Former Prosecutors

Individuals and organizations in every state are at risk from constantly-evolving forms of cybercrime. Yet most cybercrimes go without criminal investigation or response. State attorneys general can play a critical role in increasing and improving our shared response to cybercrime. Statewide reach, as well as the ability to coordinate with local and national agencies, place…

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Bankruptcy 101 Course

This course covers some basic bankruptcy law concepts like claims, the bar date, and property of the estate, but focuses primarily on the automatic stay and the discharge injunction.

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National Legal and Policy Implications for COVID-19 Vaccines Training

This intensive, online training allows participants to explore the legal implications that may arise following the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) approval or authorization of one or more COVID-19 vaccine. The training will include topical presentations and discussion of various potential vaccine-related legal and policy issues. Faculty-led presentations will cover: COVID-19 legal issues and the…

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