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|Questioning Techniques for Depositions||
Taking a Deposition is both a science and an art. While many lawyers have taken dozens or hundreds of depositions, so few have been specifically trained in how to tactically maneuver through depositions or how to best secure the most information in the best fashion.
|Preparing for a Criminal Trial||
This course will show you the best practices for preparing for a criminal trial. We will cover everything from preparing a trial notebook to jury selection. We will take an in depth look at what all should be contained in a trial notebook and what are the best ways to use the trial notebook during trial. You will also be given some real-world examples of situations and how to handle them.
|Practical Applications of Legal Project Management for Today's Paralegal||
Legal practitioners are subject to expanding client expectations like never before. Clients now require more than just substantive legal knowledge for their legal matter. They also want law firms to show business savvy and to make sure legal services are provided in a reasonably predictable, cost efficient, and consistent manner. Legal project management helps paralegals manage legal matters more efficiently by putting forward a more proactive (not reactive) approach to managing legal matters.
The primary objective in this presentation is to provide background and overview examples of the main types of Insurance Coverage Disputes. We will discuss this issue by contrasting how the typical Commercial Insurance policy treats its responsibility for the duties owed both first party and third party claims. Our secondary objective is to provide examples of how these disputes are resolved and by whom.
A patent is a government granted right which allows an inventor to stop others from making, using, selling, offering for sale, and importing into the U.S., an invention for a limited time, in exchange for disclosing the invention.
|Paralegal Practice Tips for Commercial Real Estate Transactions||
This on-demand webinar will take registrants on a beginning-to-end tour of a typical commercial real estate transaction and highlight critical areas and processes in which paralegals can and should take the lead for your legal team.
|Overview of Environmental Law and Regulation, and Environmental Liabilities in Corporate and Real Estate Transactions||
The presentation will begin with a discussion of paradigms and sources of environmental law generally. The course will then include summaries of major federal and state environmental statutes and regulatory programs, including the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act, the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act, and the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act. It will cover the methods regulatory authorities use to enforce those laws, and strategies regulated communities have developed to minimize or avoid liability those laws might otherwise impose.
|Overview and Update of Paralegal and Non-Lawyer Regulation and Certification||
|Old Age Comes at a Bad Time: The Elderly Client & Basics of Long Term Care Planning||
This course is designed to introduce personnel who work for attorneys, such as paralegals, assistants, other support staff, with the unique issues surrounding the representation of elderly clients. The presentation will address issues of access, appearance and office set up to better accommodate elderly clients. There will also be discussion of typical barriers in communicating with elderly clients, such as hearing, sight and mobility issues, and possible solutions.
A basic introduction on the formation of a company as a not-for-profit. Topics will include tax benefits, differences between for profit and not for profit companies, what businesses qualify to be a non-profit, and basic setup information such as formation and distributions of assets. We will also cover ways to identify whether an entity is a properly formed non-profit, what registration requirements may be required, and resources are available for consumers who want to learn more about a particular not-for-profit charity.