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Advanced Level Courses

An advanced level is designed for professionals with specialized knowledge or experience in the subject area.

FAA Regulatory Activity Concerning the use of Drones

When the Federal Aviation Administration finalized its rules for unmanned aircraft systems in 2016, it expanded opportunities for commercial uses of that technology. A range of industries, including insurance, logistics and delivery, media and entertainment, energy, real estate, and emergency responders, are actively exploring the use of drones in their businesses or already using drones. 

Preserving Privilege in the Corporate World

Legal professionals are well versed in the importance of privileged and confidential information, but the delineation of corporate counsel providing privileged communication versus business advice is sometimes difficult to clearly identify. Learn how to identify, distinguish and enforce protections awarded to confidential and privileged communications. In-house legal departments must take great care in identifying and securing privileged communications. Know how to secure information and provide the most defensible position in the face of a disclosure challenge.

Technology - Internet Sleuthing

What is the first thing you do when you want to find something out about somebody you don’t know? If you’re like most people, I’m sure your answer includes the word “Google”.  But did you know – that there’s a whole lot more information out there, in the invisible, or deep web that traditional search engines don’t find?  Did you know that Google only covers one percent of what’s available on the internet? The other 99% of information exists in the deep (or invisible) web, which can be a goldmine for investigators, and you just must know where to look to find it.

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.  

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.

This on-demand webinar will provide a quick overview of a commercial lease agreement and will focus on the operative portions of the contract. The course will concentrate on drafting skills as they relate to particular provisions of the lease agreement. 

The on-demand webinar focuses on the special issues that arise when handling litigation of matters associated with trusts and estates including breach of fiduciary duty, the God complex, beneficiaries who “want their check” and general downright nefarious activities.

Become a California Advanced Specialist (CAS™) in Discovery by participating in the CAS program.  This course highlights differences between Federal and California discovery laws and procedures. The course is owned and developed by the Commission for Certification of California Paralegals (CCCP). Whether you have one year or ten years of experience, professional certification can help you advance your career. You are more valuable to your employer or a potential employer if you have more than the basic paralegal certificate. Earn the CAS™ in CA Discovery and move your career foward.  

This course provides a broad picture of how a case proceeds through the courts, from trial court to appellate courts to the Supreme Court. The course reviews:

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