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|CP Review - The United States Legal System (2019)||
This on-demand webinar is designed for paralegals taking the Certified Paralegal Examination. This course introduces participants to fundamental principles of law, including statutory and common law, U.S. federalism, the adversary system and alternative dispute resolution.
|CP Review - US Legal System (2020)||
This on-demand webinar introduces participants to fundamental principles of law, including statutory and common law, U.S. federalism, the adversary system and alternative dispute resolution.
|Creating Clear Healthcare Documents That People Can Understand||
Did you know that only 12% of U.S. adults have proficient health literacy? That means that 88% of adults have trouble understanding and using information that is needed to make the healthcare decisions we all have to make. There are many reasons for this, but we in the legal field contribute by creating healthcare documents that are difficult for even the legally trained to follow. Think of all the documents that healthcare lawyers create: HIPAA disclosures, informed-consent forms, waivers, insurance forms, and contracts of all sorts. All of these documents are notoriously hard to read.
When it comes to Internet crime only a few offenses make headlines. We all know the downloading of music, images, and movies without consent is illegal, but what else is going down on the world wide web that's landing people behind bars? A lot, actually. People all over the world use the Internet to commit a host of crimes, some of which the public doesn't even know are capable of being done electronically. Registrants learn how criminals use the internet for hacking, spoofing, identity theft and fraud schemes.
|Data - What is it?||
Next to people, data is a company's greatest asset. But what exactly is data and why is it so important? We explore how data is being used in businesses and how law firms are now leveraging data to making better business decisions through the use of data analytics and reporting, visualization of data, and how advanced technologies like artificial intelligence is helping. What does it mean for the paralegal profession and what you should do to prepare yourself?
|Data Breach and Civil Actions||
This session focuses on responding to incidents involving possible data breaches, including but not limited to investigating incidents and potential reporting and notification obligations. It also explores current causes of action being explored by plaintiff’s lawyers on behalf of those whose personally identifiable information is compromised as a result of data breach incidents and defenses to those claims.
|Dealing with Difficult People||
We all encounter difficult people whether it’s at work, at home, on social media and more. We often employ ineffective strategies such as avoidance to get out of it as soon as possible. But learning how to interact with the difficult people in our lives greatly reduces stress and leads to high level wellness. You will learn pragmatic ways to identify and triage the various types difficult others, including toxicity, emotional vampires, power struggles, and bullies using proven techniques.
|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.
|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
|Dementia and the Courts||
By 2040, more than 14 million Americans will be 85 years old or older. As our population ages, courts are increasingly called on to appoint guardians when elderly persons can no longer manage their own affairs. This on-demand webinar discusses the unique challenges of this rapidly growing area of the law.