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|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.
|Dissecting Provisions of Purchase and Sale Agreements for Real Property||
This session will cover a broad range of real estate transactions including elements of a purchase and sale agreement for commercial real property and the related ancillary documents, i.e., deeds, assignments of contracts, assignments of leases, and transfer tax filings. It also covers elements of a commercial lease and preparation of a lease abstract, and when an estoppel or subordination agreement is appropriate.
The discussion will entail the provisions important to buyers, sellers, and lenders and why, in purchase agreements and leases.
|Domestic Violence Victims||
This on-demand webinar includes an introduction into domestic violence and how to work with violence survivors. It discusses the factual definitions of domestic violence versus the legal definition of domestic violence. It covers examples of tactics used by abusers and things to look for when interviewing potential clients. This on-demand webinar also discusses common issues facing practitioners when working with abuse survivors.
|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.
|Due Diligence for the Transactional Paralegal: Discover Your Inner Detective||
One of the most essential skills of a transactional paralegal is the ability to conduct due diligence investigations.