December 15, 2020
Knoxville Bar Association
Approved for Dual CLE Credit, Criminal Law, Employment Law, Trial Skills
The CLE program "May I? Should I! Other Act Evidence in a #MeToo World" was originally presented and recorded on December 15, 2020.
As a result of the #Me too Movement and the so-called “Weinstein Effect,” courts are examining established evidence principles that limit other act evidence in light of societal pressures, moral judgments, and professionalism issues. During this presentation, Penny will discuss the state of the law on the admission of other act evidence in civil and criminal cases involving sexual harassment and misconduct and will review the ethical considerations that other act evidence presents.
Presenter: Penny J. White, U.T. College of Law
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Approved for 1 hour of "Online" Dual CLE Credit
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