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Forensic document examiners are often retained to determine whether a document has been altered. This presentation offers an overview to attorneys to different types of alterations encountered by document examiners and methods of detecting the alterations.
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This seminar introduces the legal professional to methods for interviewing a prospective document examiner, or other prospective expert witness. You will learn how to properly vet your prospective expert.
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Asylum applications based on sexual orientation have risen in the United States and Canada in past decades. Here, attorney Mark Silver addresses the challenges of litigating an asylum petition based on sexual orientation and offers his insight as a clinical expert who...
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As an attorney, your presence on the internet presents a number of ethical complications. In this program, attorney Christina Lynn will dive into the ethics rules and how they are implicated with your interactions with people on the internet.
Credits CA1.00(Includes 1.00 Ethics)
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With this course, attorneys involved in immigration defense cases will gain an understanding of the mental health and evaluation issues for immigration clients who may require competency evaluations. These clients may already be in proceedings or may be held in an ICE...
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Attorneys and judges encounter the issue of goodwill in closely held businesses in a number of legal contexts. In part two of this course, business valuation expert Michael Sack Elmaleh will drill down to the economic substance of enterprise goodwill from both the...
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A satisfactory result in litigation often hinges on a proper business valuation. In the final section of this comprehensive series, author and valuations expert Jay Abrams dives into valuation discounts and covers some special topics attorneys should be aware of when...
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Retention and preservation of data can be tricky, especially in the digital world. In this program, e-discovery expert Kenneth Rashbaum will help you navigate the current state of the law, covering topis such as spoliation, legal holds, sanctions, international issues,...
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The case of the West Memphis Three is one of the most high-profile criminal cases of the past two decades. Join Dennis Riorden and Donald Horgan as they discuss the dubious circumstances of the conviction and reveal how they managed to secure the release of the...
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Information management is a heavily regulated but often overlooked area of law. Statutes such as Sarbanes-Oxley impose heavy sanctions and even imprisonment if proper steps are not taken to ensure compliance. In this program, information governance expert John Isaza...
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Settling an employment dispute is generally much less costly than litigation. There are many factors to consider in settlement negotiations for both parties, and many procedures that should be followed to effect settlement. In this program, Washington D.C. employment...
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There are a number of ways in fraudulently altered documents are used in elder abuse cases. This presentation looks at real case examples of this, giving elder law attorneys the tools they need to evaluate possible fraud when confronted with such a case.
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This seminar introduces the legal professional to methods for interviewing a prospective document examiner, or other prospective expert witness.
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A satisfactory result in litigation often hinges on a proper business valuation. In part II of this comprehensive 3-part series, author and valuations expert Jay Abrams introduces litigators to the key valuation methods they need to be aware of.
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Deciding whether it is worth your time and expense to take on a medical malpractice case can be difficult. In this program, you will learn how to evaluate and screen such a case, from the initial client interview to building a medical chronology. You will also get...
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This one-hour MCLE presentation uses real case studies to illustrate techniques that have been used to fraudulently acquire real estate by altering documents.
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Many attorneys, particularly in the fields of personal injury and medical malpractice, struggle to understand the injury their clients have suffered. In this course, attorney and forensic expert Mark Silver provides for the lawyer a useful and humanistic tool to better...
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A satisfactory result for you client often hinges on a proper valuation. In part I of this series, author and valuations expert Jay Abrams gives attorneys a primer on the infrastructure of valuation.
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Mastering the tricky art of discovery is paramount to becoming an effective family law practitioner. Using examples from the speaker's own practice, this program covers the many tools attorneys have at their disposal to uncover the pertinent facts and hidden assets in...
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Join credit damage expert Georg Finder will walk you through the nuts & bolts of credit damage. Among the topics discussed are the foundational documents needed to prove damages, navigating the credit report, investigating the damage, and choosing the right expert.
Credits CA0.75
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In recent years, doctors are beginning to be held legally accountable for the opiate-related deaths of their patients. This program will look at what this trend means for lawyers, and will help lawyers optimize the medical records pertaining to these cases.
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