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|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.
|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
|Discovery, Meet Paralegal||
Cases are won and lost during discovery. Every successful paralegal must understand the power of discovery, and how to use it to advantage. This on-demand webinar will introduce the different types of discovery that cases may use and explain why they are important, provide an overview of objections, provide encouragement of good, well-thought out work product, and demonstrate how a paralegal’s knowledge of discovery can help (or hurt) a case. This on-demand webinar will provide a brief glimpse into:
|Dram Shop Case/Liquor Liability Litigation - Part 2||
Now that you are familiar with the history and basic evidence that we used in Dram Shop litigation, plan to join the Part 2 webinar to learn more about the experts and science that proves these cases as well as the factors that affect the final damages number. David Lail is an experienced dram shop attorney. He will guide attendees through gathering the evidence necessary to prove or defend a dram shop case. Part 2 in this series focuses on advanced content including industry experts, scientific experts, and how to make sure those experts have the evidence to form their opinions. Attend
|Dram Shop Case: What is it and Do I Have One?||
When a drunk driver causes an automobile collision, can the injured party sue the establishment where the drunk driver was served? If I serve guests at a graduation party and one of them causes a collision on the way home, am I responsible? This exciting on-demand webinar will discuss the determining factors to help you understand liquor liability. David Lail is an attorney who specializes in dram shop cases.
|eDiscovery Defensibility Workshop||
This eDiscovery “Workshop” is named so because its focus is on a practical approach and protocol to managing the eDiscovery components in cases both small and large. The course comes with a forms practice by which the participants can manage eDiscovery within the litigation context, from preservation (litigation holds) and key custodian interviews to a best practice collection and production. Each of these components is discussed in a fashion that contributes to the practitioner’s ability to manage eDiscovery. Each component of complying with both best practice and due diligence obligations
|eDiscovery: Do I Really Need to Know this?||
eDiscovery: Do I Really Need to Know this?
|Effective Time Management for Today's Paralegal||
The effective use of time is critical to being a successful paralegal and is a "must" if you want to stand out from the crowd. Learn tips and strategies to keep you focused and on-task, all the while maintaining a positive attitude as well as your sanity!
|ERISA 101: A Closer Look at Employee Benefits Law||
Employee Benefits & ERISA - The Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA) covers most voluntarily established private sector employee benefit plans. Private-sector employers are responsible for making sure their retirement plans comply with ERISA regulations. ERISA sets forth the minimum standards for these plans, which include defined contribution plans, defined benefit plans, 401(k)s, Employee Stock Ownership Plans(ESOPs), Simplified Employee Pension Plans (SEPs), and Profit Sharing Plans.
|Estate Planning for the Modern Family||
In this on-demand webinar, we will discuss drafting considerations for the modern family. Drug usage, failed careers, second marriages, and children who “still live at home” are part of the modern family. How does one draft to avoid unintended consequences when these circumstances arise? How does one draft efficiently without a crystal ball into the future? We will talk about how to avoid fiduciary disputes that often result from these circumstances. Every document we draft will eventually be administered and affect people in their everyday lives.