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Understand the challenges associated with obtaining a workers permit for a foreign person, and how to overcome these challenges.The highly-politicized immigration policy landscape has created two classes of workers in...
Financial statements can be difficult to understand at times, after this overview, you will have a better understanding on how to recognize and read them.
Understand what paralegals should do during each of the four elements of a workers' compensation case.The topic will provide a general overview of workers' compensation procedural and representative process of workers'...
Understand the appellate process and the responsibilities and duties unique to the paralegal.This topic will give an overview of how to best use paralegal time and talents for the appellate process.
Understanding how to manage conflicts of interest while maintaining an overview of the professionalism is essential in representing new clients within your legal practice.
Define and distinguish between copyright and other forms of intellectual property.Many are familiar with the term copyright but have trouble distinguishing copyrights from the other forms of intellectual property such...
NALA, NFPA credit available
Be prepared - learn how to expertly handle ethical issues.The responsibilities and professional obligations of paralegals are impacted by various rules of professional conduct and national, state, and local professional...
Understanding how to file for and enforce a trademark can be crucial to defending your clients goods and services against unlawful copies.Many are familiar with the term trademark but have trouble distinguishing...
NALA credit available
Don't let improper discovery practices hinder your case - ensure your preservation techniques are up to snuff.Ensuring the preservation of electronically stored information (ESI) is a key component of discovery today.
Understanding email systems and email archives will help you decide when your organization should delete all of those old emails.If Shakespeare were alive today, he might write, let's kill all the emails.
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