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|Consumer Law: FRCP 26(a)(1) Initial Disclosures||
Sign-up for this on-demand webinar regarding FRCP 26(a)(1) Initial Disclosures in Consumer Protection in the areas of Telephone Consumer Protection Act, Fair Credit Reporting Act and Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and learn the following:
|Contracts - How to Manage Document Flow and the Review Process||
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:
|Copyright Law and the Internet||
We live in an age where digital information is constantly in front of us or at our fingertips and where the laws governing the use of this information develop slower than the equipment used to transmit it. Two consequences of this instant access to information and slow development of regulations is that piracy of intellectual property has increased and the rights holders and online service providers are constantly battling each other over how to protect the rights of intellectual property owners while trying not to diminish the right of free access to information.
|Copyright Law in a Digital World: A Basic Guide for Paralegals||
Do you know anyone who is not posting content on Facebook, Instagram, or another social media site? Do you know any company that doesn’t have a website? In today's digital world, most content is hosted on a website or app and is usually viewed on your mobile device. Whether you are the person posting the content or you work at the company hosting it on a website, you are affected by copyright law.
What Legal Professionals Need To Know About Deposing and Defending Corporate Entities, Non-Profit Organizations, Government Agencies and Their Representatives. The ability to depose corporations, corporate entities, non-profit organizations, government agencies and their representatives under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 30(b)(6) is one of the most powerful and effective tools available to a litigator. In this on-demand webinar, we will explain the strategy and procedure of corporate depositions. We will discuss:
|Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA)||
CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) 101: More than 76,000 volunteers through 1,000 CASA/GAL (Guardian-Ad-Litem) programs in 49 states give their time to children who find themselves involved with the child welfare system due to abuse or neglect. This on-demand webinar is designed to provide an overview of information about the CASA/GAL volunteer role and CASA’s role in the child welfare system. Learning objectives:
|CP Review: Civil Litigation and Torts||
This session assists those in taking the Certified Paralegal Exam review for the Civil Litigation and Torts portions of the knowledge section of the exam. The session offers a broad and basic view of the fundamentals of the Civil Litigation and Torts.
It focuses on the following: 1) Courts, jurisdiction and venue; 2) Pleadings and Procedures; 3) Trial Procedures introduction; 4) Final stages of trial and post-trial; 5) Federal Rules of Civil Procedure; 6) Torts
|CP Review: Contract Law||
This session assists those in taking the Certified Paralegal (“CP”) Exam review for the contracts component of the knowledge portion of the CP Exam. The session offers a broad and basic view of the fundamentals of contract law and will focus on the following: (1) contract classifications, (2) contract formation, (3) contract defenses, and (4) contract remedies.
|CP Review: Corporate & Commercial||
This on-demand webinar will assist those in taking the NALA Certified Paralegal Exam review
|CP Review: Criminal Law and Torts||
This session assists those in taking the Certified Paralegal Exam review for the Criminal Litigation and Torts portions of the knowledge section of the exam. The session offers a broad and basic view of the fundamentals of the Criminal Litigation and Torts.
It focuses on the following: 1) Courts, jurisdiction, and venue; 2) Pleadings and Procedures; 3) Trial Procedures introduction; 4) Final stages of trial and post-trial; 5) Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure; 6) Torts