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WEB19 A Target on Your Back: Legal Challenges That Are Aimed at Professional Certification

On-demand Webinar 

Description

Likely at no other time before have so many major legal issues challenged non-governmental professional certification:

  • Copyright protection for computer-based test items
  • Tying certification and membership or tying certification and re-certification
  • State government bans, take-overs or de-coupling of licensing and certification

This 2019 webinar covers them all. It is presented by NCCA’s general counsel and the author of Certification & Accreditation Law Handbook, Jerry Jacobs of the Pillsbury law firm in Washington.

 

Special Offer for 2018 ICE Exchange Attendees 

Individuals who attended the 2018 ICE Exchange receive free access to this on-demand webinar. To receive a discount code, email info@credentialingexcellence.org

Price

Member: $45
Non-Member: $70.00 

 

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*Note: This on-demand webinar is pre-recorded and available for unlimited viewings for a 30-calendar day period, beginning the date of purchase. You will be able to immediately access the recording, and access instructions will be provided in your automated purchase confirmation. If you choose to pay by check, access will not be granted until the check payment has been received and deposited.


Presenter

         Jerry Jacobs is the head of the Nonprofit Organization Practice at the Pillsbury law firm in Washington, DC. He is counsel to NCCA and general counsel to ASAE. He is the author of a dozen books on nonprofit corporation law including "Certification and Accreditation Law, Third Edition" and "Association Law Handbook, Fifth Edition."