This on-demand webinar will demonstrate how to evaluate the accuracy of information encountered on the Internet and thus avoid the costly errors that can occur if false information is used in a legal document or proceeding. 

After completing this course, registrants will be able to:

Over the course of Mr. Newburg's career he has represented a number of individuals and been involved in cases that involve media attention including the Larry Nassar case. Mr. Newburg will discuss how he got involved in the case, when he got involved in the case and what it was like to be involved. He will discuss things learned from his representation of Dr.

This on-demand webinar will provide an overview of different discovery related issues that typically arise in insurance coverage litigation, discussing why such discovery is needed and the practical challenges related to conducting such discovery. Amongst other topics, this course will consider document requests typically served in an insurance coverage action and why such documents are being sought. Also, this course will identify the importance of non-party discovery in gathering evidence to support your case and how such non-party discovery can be conducted. Finally, this course will con

This on-demand webinar will discuss how to work with court clerks so they will work with you (especially when feeding may be prohibited under the ethics rules)!

Those who have worked in the legal profession for even a short amount of time know that some of the best contacts you can have are your court clerks. While ethical constraints prohibit a court clerk from showing bias toward or against any specific office, attorney or party, having a strong and positive relationship with the people in the clerk’s office can smooth many a bumpy road in a paralegal’s day.  

Insurance and issues of insurance coverage are involved in many cases, even though they do not appear to involve insurance coverage questions.  As such, it is important to have an understanding of insurance issues when working on a wide variety of cases and matters.  

Organizations know that every one of their employees is valuable and contributes unique talents and experience to each project or task at hand. So, comparatively, when employees come together as a team, the end result is typically even greater success—that is, when members understand how to work collaboratively. Effective collaboration not only helps to increase the quality of results, but also the productivity.

Did you know the average person speaks up to 16,000 words each and every day? No doubt, that’s a lot of chatter. But successful leaders know there’s a significant difference between being a big talker and being an effective communicator. And they also know communication is the key to motivating and inspiring people.

An attorney’s perspective on paralegal coordination in the modern law office.

Original, evidence-based solutions are weaved into this session to combat unrelenting stress experienced by paralegals. Solutions include using CEO strategies across one’s entire life. Learn to break persistent patterns around chronic stress and create spaciousness in your life using science and wisdom to cultivate a more self-authored, less-reactive stance.

As paralegals become more sophisticated – better educated, more highly trained, more committed to their careers and professional development – they can veer dangerously close to practicing law. 

As the profession moves forward and more organizations use more paralegals to do more substantive work, it’s important to define what it means to practice law and ensure paralegals recognize it and avoid it.

This on-demand webinar will examine what paralegals can and can’t do, describe the practice of law, and use real world examples to guide paralegals along the right path. 

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