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Medical Records

Medical Records is a presentation about the identification, acquisition, and use of medical records in litigation. The registrants will learn what items, outside of the usual chart, may be obtained; how to identify and obtain all available records; resources available to understand the records and combat efforts to limit the records produced; and how to get the records in front of the trier of fact in a meaningful and understandable manner.

Misappropriation of Electronic Data

This session explores causes of action for misappropriation of electronic data—whether by departing employees, competitors, or third-party hackers—and defenses to those claims.  It also provides some practical guidance for investigating and collecting evidence concerning such claims, including but not limited to sources of evidence, strategies for obtaining that evidence, and authenticating the evidence.

Mobile Forensics - An In-Depth Introduction

Everyone has a cell phone and most of us use our phone for more than just phone calls. Are you overlooking this landmine source of evidence in your cases? Whether you handle probate cases, family law or civil litigation, you will want to learn how mobile forensics can help you gather information that affects all types of cases.

Modern Due-Diligence Signposts!

Over the last few years we have seen some significant adjustments and developments in Revised Article Nine. Starting with 2013, statutory changes and now recent court cases have created a new environment that due diligence experts must adjust to maintain their high levels. This webinar explores some of these changes and how they impact the due diligence work flow and the relationships between the interested parties.

Music Law and Intellectual Property Rights

This on-demand webinar discusses the various types of contractual relationships that an artist can expect to have throughout the course of their artistic development, including the ethical considerations and conflicts of interest that arise in the representation of artists. The program also discusses an artist’s relationships with third parties such as record labels, publishers, and recording studios and the types of deals that are typically expected throughout the course of an artist’s career. Intellectual property rights are also discussed.

Navigating Ride-Sharing Laws

Uber took the world by storm when it launched in 2009. For many years it operated seamlessly and seemed like an incredible, cheaper alternative to a taxi. With changing technology, comes changing laws.

Old Age Comes at a Bad Time: The Elderly Client & Basics of Long Term Care Planning

This course is designed to introduce personnel who work for attorneys, such as paralegals, assistants, other support staff, with the unique issues surrounding the representation of elderly clients. The presentation will address issues of access, appearance and office set up to better accommodate elderly clients. There will also be discussion of typical barriers in communicating with elderly clients, such as hearing, sight and mobility issues, and possible solutions.

Organization - The Silent Weapon of an Effective Paralegal

This on-demand webinar will cover a topic that every paralegal needs to know about how to use the secret weapon of Organization. Paralegals are the gatekeepers of documents. How does an effective paralegal develop the skills of organization; stay on top of the mountain of work; and remain the go-to person for their team?  Learn simple techniques for dealing with day-to-day activities and stay organized when it comes to topics such as:

Overview and Update of Paralegal and Non-Lawyer Regulation and Certification

John C.

Overview of Environmental Law and Regulation, and Environmental Liabilities in Corporate and Real Estate Transactions

The presentation will begin with a discussion of paradigms and sources of environmental law generally. The course will then include summaries of major federal and state environmental statutes and regulatory programs, including the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act, the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act, and the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act.  It will cover the methods regulatory authorities use to enforce those laws, and strategies regulated communities have developed to minimize or avoid liability those laws might otherwise impose.

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