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|Dealing with Difficult People: Tools for the Paralegal||
Emphasis is placed on identifying the truly dysfunctional and difficult people who are in a class by their own and require an entirely different and highly specific skill set. Learn to triage the bully from other challenging people such as victims, know-it-alls and complainers. Registrants are given proven techniques to identify the most difficult people and protect yourself and others around you to minimize their impact.
|Dealing with the IRS - Perception vs Reality||
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.
|Dealing with the IRS Collection Division||
The IRS Collection Division has never been busier. With the IRS’s ability to match third party-data and locate non-filers, the number of taxpayers scrambling for professional help has exploded with more than 13 million taxpayer accounts in the Collection Division inventory, the opportunity for attorneys and law firms to build and grow this area of their practice. This program with national speaker Eric Green will explain what law firms and paralegals can do to add this administrative practice to their current business model and make money while helping taxpayers sort out their issues.
|Defending Questionable Claims for Workers' Compensation Benefits||
The vast majority of claims for workers' compensation benefits are legitimate, and warrant benefits payments. Occasionally, however, most employers will face questionable claims for workers' compensation benefits filed by employees who exaggerate their injuries and unnecessarily delay their return to the workforce. These questionable claims are exceptionally frustrating, particularly because many employers believe that states’ workers’ compensation divisions/commissions make it easy for employees to "game the system." Fortunately, employers who devote the appropriate time and resources t
|Defensibility and Best Practices in eDiscovery||
Defensibility and Best Practices in eDiscovery centers around the recently released Commentary on Defense of Process: Principles and Guidelines for Developing and Implementing a Sound E-Discovery Process, published by The SEDONA CONFERENCE. The focus of this on-demand webinar is to give the participant easy to understand and straightforward guidelines on managing eDiscovery in any case, small or large. Best practices are explained for each phase of eDiscovery that will enable the participant to critically assess any eDiscovery project and to offer real value add to the trial team as a cont
|Deposition Video Tips and Tricks||
This on-demand webinar will showcase the best practice for an attorney using legal video in their case. The on-demand webinar will primarily focus on deposition videos and what an attorney and their client should do before, during and after the deposition to receive the best video for litigation. Additionally, the on-demand webinar will go over helpful hints for CMEs, Inspections and Day in the Life videos. The presentation will conclude by talking about the best ways to show the videos at trial.
|Different Types of Title IX Cases and Current State of the Law||
For years, Title IX was generally seen by the public at large as a federal law that required schools to provide equal athletic opportunity. Known colloquially as the “football rule,” Title IX cases and investigations led to colleges opening additional women’s athletic sports (women’s rowing is the classic example), adding scholarships to existing women’s sports that previously were not supported, or eliminating men’s sports programs – all in an effort to ensure that a school provided the same number of athletic scholarships to both men and women.
|Discovering the Potential for Social Media in Discovery||
Given the ever-evolving nature of social media and the rapid expansion of each litigant’s digital footprint, social media discovery has become an issue of paramount importance in litigation. Ranging from employment claims, traffic incidents, contract breaches, and global patent disputes, social media is increasingly recognized as an accepted form of discovery, with the potential for providing information that can be extremely valuable or damaging to the parties involved.
This on-demand webinar is an introductory level civil litigation course with some intermediate level elements. The course will cover three general areas: pleadings, motions, and discovery.
|Discovery Issues in Insurance Coverage Lawsuits||
This on-demand webinar will provide an overview of different discovery related issues that typically arise in insurance coverage litigation, discussing why such discovery is needed and the practical challenges related to conducting such discovery. Amongst other topics, this course will consider document requests typically served in an insurance coverage action and why such documents are being sought. Also, this course will identify the importance of non-party discovery in gathering evidence to support your case and how such non-party discovery can be conducted. Finally, this course will con