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Business Torts: A Comprehensive, Useful Explanation — 3.25 North Carolina General Credits

Business torts is an increasingly significant area of the law. In this 3.3-hour July 18, 2019 program, Michael J. Hutter, Esquire, provides a comprehensive explanation of the types of torts involving business interests.

Mr. Hutter is Professor of Law at Albany Law School where he received the 2015 Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching. He is also Special Counsel to the Albany, New York law firm of Powers & Santola, LLP.

Major topics include:
Business Torts Generally 
False and Misleading Marketing 
-common law: false advertising
-common law: disparagement/trade libel/injurious falsehood
-Lanham Act Section 43(a): false advertising and disparagement
-Lanham Act Section 43(a): passing off
Defamation 
Tortious Interference 
-interference with contract, with prospective advantage/business relations and with contracts terminable at will
-privileges; damages
Misappropriation 
-theory and limits
-ideas
-product copying
-appropriation of name
Trade Secret Appropriation 
-basics
-elements of a trade secret misappropriation
-remedies
Other State and Federal Causes of Action
-breach of fiduciary duty; fraud and deceit; conspiracy and aiding and abetting
-unfair competition statutes

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AK — 3.25 General Credits
AZ — 3.25 General Credits
CA — 3.25 General Credits
CO — 4 General Credits, Course ID #775493, Expires 2021-12-31
CT — 3.3 General Credits
DE — 3.3 General Credits, Expires 2021-07-18
FL — 4 General Credits inc 4 Business Litigaton Cert, Course #1906168N, Expires 2021-03-31
GA — 3 General Credits, Expires 2019-12-31
IL — 3.25 General Credits, PCAM Course ID 397326
IN — 3.3 General Credits, Expires 2020-08-31
KY — 3.25 General Credits, Expires 2020-06-30
LA — 3.33 General Credits, Expires 2020-08-31
ME — 3.33 General Credits, Expires 2021-07-18
MO — 4 General Credits
MT — 3.25 General Credits
NV — 3 General Credits, Expires 2022-12-31
NJ — 4 General Credits
NM — 3.3 General Credits, Recorded 7/18/19
NY — 4 Professional Practice Credits (attorneys seeking NY credit must ALWAYS place their orders from the New York page)
NC — 3.25 General Credits, Expires 2019-12-31
OH — 3.25 General Credits, Expires 2019-12-31
OR — 3.25 General Credits
PA — 3 General Credits
TN — 3.33 General Credits, Expires 2020-08-18
TX — 3.25 General Credits, Expires 2020-07-31
UT — 3 General Credits, Expires 2019-12-31
VT — 3.25 General Credits, Expires 2021-07-18
VA — 3.5 General Credits, Expires 2020-10-31
WA — 3.25 L&LP Credits, Activity ID #1112558
WV — 4 General Credits
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