Intermediate Level Courses

An intermediate level is most beneficial for the professional with detailed knowledge in the subject area.


This session will cover a broad range of real estate transactions including elements of a purchase and sale agreement for commercial real property and the related ancillary documents, i.e., deeds, assignments of contracts, assignments of leases, and transfer tax filings.  It also covers elements of a commercial lease and preparation of a lease abstract, and when an estoppel or subordination agreement is appropriate.

The discussion will entail the provisions important to buyers, sellers, and lenders and why, in purchase agreements and leases.  

This on-demand webinar will provide an intensive overview of the attorney-client privilege protection, and the related work product doctrine. The program will focus on paralegals’ role in creating, preserving and asserting those protections. The program is appropriate for both transactional and litigation paralegals, and will include an opportunity to ask questions throughout the session.

This session will cover the major legal issues when producing a feature film. We will start with a discussion of advanced intellectual property issues in entertainment. It will also cover the legal issues that arise in a film production including production issues, unions, post-production, marketing, distribution, and monitoring performance. A case study will be used, where the topics will be discussed in the context of a hypothetical feature film.

This presentation will focus on the differences between the perception and the reality when dealing with the IRS, from the initial notice through the administrative process and ultimately securing a resolution through one of the courts of choice.

From document preparation and revisions to communicating with clients and the opposing side, dealing with contracts is part of the day-to-day life of a transactional paralegal/legal assistant. In this intermediate-level webinar, our faculty will provide tips and valuable information about contract formation, negotiation, and handling documents.

Topics that will be covered include:

The recent revisions to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure were enacted to address the issues of over preservation and the ever growing volumes of data most all companies have. At the same time, data breaches and increased regulatory scrutiny have caused greater involvement in information governance practices by in-house and outside counsel. 

One of the most essential skills of a transactional paralegal is the ability to conduct due diligence investigations.

During this on-demand webinar we will discuss using keyboard shortcuts for productivity, conditional formatting, sorting and filtering, using subtotals, basic formulas, and printing tips and tricks.

This on-demand webinar describes the key requirements for a nonprofit organization to obtain tax exempt status under Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3). Specific examples are provided of organizations that meet (and do not meet) the specific requirements.

This on-demand webinar will teach legal professionals the most engaging and aesthetically appealing ways to present their case during trial or mediation. These methods not only involve the technology to display the documents but also options for changing data and reports into images easier for viewers to interpret. Registrants will learn the best methods to present their information visually and the impacts of doing so. They will also learn cost-effective alternatives that will assist in achieving similar impacts.