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|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.
|Contract - How to Protect Your Company/Client From Risk||
Your Client's or Company's survival depends on risk management. This on-demand webinar instructs the paralegal on what to look for when reviewing a contract to ensure his or her Client or Company's risk is not at risk. After this course the paralegal will be able to review and negotiate any type of contract and recognize the areas where risk is evident.
|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:
Constitutional Law focuses on the structure of the Constitution and why it was written the way it was. Areas covered are the purposes behind both the 5th and 14th Amendments and all the protections for the accused contained in the 5th Amendment, including Procedural and Substantive Due Process. Furthermore, discussion revolves around the Separation of Powers, the Incorporation Doctrine, and the Equal Protection Clause. The on-demand webinar analyzes and debates some key Supreme Court rulings under the 5th and 14th Amendments, including Brown v. Board of Education, Miranda v.
|Confidentiality and Ethics: Staying on the Right Side of the Line||
What information are we required to keep confidential? What is the difference between the ethical duty of confidentiality, the attorney-client privilege, and the work product doctrine? What are conflicts of interest? How do we recognize conflicts of interest, and more importantly - what can we do when a conflict of interest arises in a case? If you have ever wondered about the answers to these questions, then this webinar is for you. In this presentation, we will explore the ethical rules that lawyers and legal professionals need to know in order to "stay on the right side of the line" when
|Confessions of a Stressed-Out Paralegal||
Discuss facts and helpful information about stress, primarily in the workplace, and how it affects us.
We identify the symptoms of stress and how stress can carry over into our personal lives.
The presentation ends with simple yoga or other relaxation techniques to help with relieving the effects of stress. Some techniques can be used while sitting in your office.
|Computer Forensics & Cyber Security||
Computer Forensics pose challenges in many legal areas both in discovery and preservation of ESI. Law firms and their clients can both be “forensically challenged” in today’s ESI environment. Securing ESI is a challenge for both law firms and their clients and is one of the hottest areas of technologic concerns. This on-demand webinar discusses these challenges and present ideas on how to meet them.
|Collection Law: The Good, the Bad, & the Profitable||
When your firm obtains a judgment, do you know what comes next?
Learn the fundamentals of collection law in this basic to intermediate level course which will discuss the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, what you should be doing before you obtain a judgment, and what remedies are available to enforce a judgment including debtor’s exams, wage and bank garnishments, and writs of execution. You will even get some skip-tracing tips on where you can find valuable information.
|Classification of Law||
This on-demand webinar will explore the ways in which legal concepts are categorized. These categories both help to understand the law and inform how the law is made, written, and researched. By focusing on several major distinctions or classifications, attendees will gain working knowledge of how major legal concepts fit into a larger legal landscape. By the end of the course, attendees should be able to:
|Clarity in Your Writing||
This session will review some basic writing strategies to make your writing clear, concise, and effective. It will also offer suggestions for proofreading and editing your work and the work of others.