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We know that your day-to-day is uncertain right now, as the COVID-19 pandemic impacts both our professional and personal lives. We want to assure you 黑料大湿Posts is constantly monitoring the COVID-19 situation and we're adapting our programming and policies as needed. This page contains a compilation of learning resources that can help inform you on relevant topics as well as help you earn professional education credits that may be necessary to maintain professional certification. Browse the resources below for legal, tax and accounting, and risk professionals and check back frequently for updates.

Legal learning resources

Free on-demand webinars (These programs do not offer CLE credit)


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Tax and accounting learning resources

Impact of COVID-19 on the Global Supply Chain

Join us for this interactive roundtable webinar where our expert presenters will discuss the latest developments and share insights into how multinationals are adapting to the changing landscape.

There will also be an opportunity to submit your questions through a live chat function which will be responded to throughout the webinar.

Checkpoint Learning

Earn CPE credit with these free COVID-19 webinars


Earn CPE credit with these free COVID-19 Nano courses


Earn CPE with these subscription-based learning packages


Free on-demand webinars

Risk & compliance learning resources

Featured on-demand webinar

COVID-19: Disaster Fraud Schemes

In this on-demand webinar, we discuss disaster fraud, a type of financial crime that typically occurs after a catastrophe or event like COVID-19, current types of COVID-19 disaster fraud trends including charitable solicitations, contractor and vendor fraud, price gouging, counterfeit and fraudulent products, phishing schemes, financial elder abuse and more; and ways for financial institutions, government agencies, and consumers to prevent and mitigate disaster fraud.