CLE CREDIT

To comply with state policies, when selecting a session there will be a prompt for you to complete a form which will serve as your official “sign in.” At the end of each session, please click on the survey link to answer a few short questions. The survey link is in the resources section of each session page. This should be done for each general session you attend.

When participating in sessions on-demand, you will have the same prompts as described above. The only difference is once you complete the surveys, you will receive an email with the certificate of attendance.

The number of credits attendees can earn is based on the number of sessions attended and the number of credits offered by the state. To receive the maximum number of credits, attendees must participate in all the sessions during the program or on-demand.

The Restaurant Law Center will give attendees until October 28, 2020 to complete any on-demand sessions they missed during the live event on October 14 – 16. It is up to the attendee to submit for CLE credits to their state for any on-demand sessions attended after October 28th. All on-demand sessions will be accessible to attendees until January 16, 2021. A certificate of attendance will be emailed to you once you complete the surveys for each on-demand session.

The Restaurant Law Center is applying for CLE credits for states listed in the link below but more states may be added after the event pending registrations. The RLC can provide necessary documentation for lawyers registering credits after the event for any state not listed below.

Due to the move to virtual events, reporting CLE credits for your state may have changed. Please refer to the chart below for any action’s attendees may have to take post-event to receive credit.

Course approvals may be delayed due to COVID-19. We will update the Fourth Annual Restaurant Legal Summit website as we receive more accreditations.

See current list of state CLE accreditations for the Fourth Annual Restaurant Legal Summit

 

SHRM CREDIT

The Restaurant Law Center is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP.

To comply with state policies, when selecting a session there will be a prompt for you to complete a form which will serve as your official “sign in.” At the end of each session, please click on the survey link to answer a few short questions. The survey link is in the resources section of each session page. This should be done for each general session you attend. The Restaurant Law Center will email a certificate of attendance to all confirmed attendees.

When participating in sessions on-demand you will have the same prompts as described above. The only difference is once you complete the survey, you will receive an email with the certificate of attendance.

 

HRCI CREDIT

This program has been submitted to the HRCI for review.

To comply with state policies, when selecting a session there will be a prompt for you to complete a form which will serve as your official “sign in.” At the end of each session, please click on the survey link to answer a few short questions. The survey link is in the resources section of each session page. This should be done for each general session you attend.

When participating in sessions on-demand you will have the same prompts as described above. The only difference is once you complete the survey, you will receive an email with the certificate of attendance.

Upon approval by HRCI, the Restaurant Law Center will email attendees a certificate of attendance.