Intermediate

Intermediate Level Courses

An intermediate level is most beneficial for the professional with detailed knowledge in the subject area.

 

The Collaborative Practice is a non-adversarial approach.  Collaboratively trained lawyers pledge in writing not to go to court and work with an interdisciplinary team consisting of a mental health professional and a financial consultant, who are all certified in collaborative practice. Collaborative divorce uses a team approach to help the parties find solutions and constructive alternatives together.  The parties replace grievances with a settlement built on a foundation of understanding and mutual respect.

While many lawyers are quite talented, far less have a full understanding of all objections or how to best assert or respond to them.

Research shows that practice and feedback are critical to learning. In this on-demand webinnar, participants will actively communicate responses to several different scenarios invoking the rules of professional responsibility, as well as giving and receiving peer feedback about how situations are handled.

This on-demand webinar will provide an overview of a variety of methods a business may use to raise capital through a private offering. The course will address three specific methods of capital raising: crowdfunding, Regulation D, and Regulation A+. The course will introduce attendees to the main features of crowdfunding, Regulation D, and Regulation A+, including the governing regulations and requirements for each type of private offering. It will also compare and contrast the benefits and drawbacks of these types of offerings as a mechanism for raising capital.  

Knowing evidence rules are the real key to success.

This on-demand webinar will walk the participants through the IRS Offer in Compromise process, focusing on common errors made by taxpayers and their representatives, as well as presenting ways to avoid such errors and increase the odds of reaching a successful settlement.

This on-demand webinar will walk the participants through the IRS collection process, focusing on issues and options involved in avoiding liens, levies, and seizures, as well as mitigating the damage after they have occurred.

Civil litigation is a term used to describe the legal process applied to non-criminal matters. This on-demand webinar will discuss in depth each step in the process of a civil lawsuit:

  • Initial steps in a civil lawsuit: complaint and answer;
  • Motions practice;
  • Discovery and pre-trial;
  • Trial and judgment;
  • Appeals;
  • Enforcement.

Each step in the process will be discussed in detail, using examples, forms, practice tips, and most importantly, real life examples as they apply to the role of the paralegal.

This on-demand webinar will present the most significant developments in employment laws that are challenging legal teams and their clients. Specific topics for this course will cover wage and hour claims, sexual harassment, age discrimination, Family Medical Leave, and the Americans with Disabilities Act. There will also be a discussion regarding the various forms of harassment claims, trends, pitfalls and practices of today’s legal teams.

Physicians and surgeons are critical assets in medical litigation, and the task of securing them as expert witnesses is often completed by a paralegal. Successful paralegals must know how to proactively screen and manage expert witnesses while avoiding critical points of failure. During this on-demand webinar, Dr.

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