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Be prepared when an ERISA case walks through your door. In this program, ERISA attorney Russell Petti will take you through the fundamentals of ERISA litigation from beginning to end.
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Lawyers must often counsel clients on life insurance for buy-sell agreements, estate tax, and other matters. In this program, viewers will learn about several key issues of life insurance that agents probably won't tell you, including details about term insurance,...
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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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This 1-hour ethics program covers key ethical issues all litigators should be familiar with, including ethics in e-discovery; online investigations of parties, witnesses, and jurors; and ethics in settlement negotiations.
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Writing effective motions can make or break your case. In this program, Randall Christison takes viewers through a number of examples and exercises illustrating common mistakes in writing and tips for persuading judges.
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Title IX is a rapidly evolving piece of federal civil rights law. This program covers the key aspects of litigating a Title IX case and the most recent Title IX cases that attorneys practicing in this area need to be familiar with.
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Title IX, the landmark federal civil rights law prohibiting sex discrimination in schools and other educational programs, has undergone a significant metamorphosis through its interpretation by the courts since its adoption in 1972. In this program, Title IX Attorney...
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Bias in the courtroom is a prevalent problem. Bias exists in all people. The ability to recognize your biases and the biases of your opponent can save or lose your case. This presentation introduces the four forms of courtroom biases plus expert witness bias. You learn...
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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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Bias is a human trait that exists in all people. In the courtroom, the ability to recognize your biases and the biases of your opponent can win or lose your case. This program will teach you how to think differntly about your interpretation of evidence and combat...
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The decision whether to use an expert and what type of expert to use during employment discrimination litigation can mean the difference between win and lose. In the program, attorney and expert witness Amy Oppenheimer walks viewers through the issues involved in using...
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In 2016, Congress enacted the most significant trade secret reform legislation in several decades. Join Robert Fitzpatrick as he dissects the Defend Trade Secrets Act taking us through its principal provisions and highlighting areas that attorneys need to be...
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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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With the death of Justice Scalia and the resulting empty seat on the bench, 2016 shaped up to be one of the more interesting Supreme Court terms in recent history. Join Robert Fitzpatrick as he talks about the current makeup of the Supreme Court, discusses trends in the...
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Understanding legal compliance and risk for healthcare organizations is critical in avoiding civil and criminal liability. This program will instruct healthcare attorneys how to spot such issues, focusing on out-of-network billing issues. Other topics include ERISA...
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The 2017-2018 Supreme Court has resulted in several big cases that will no doubt have lasting implications. Join Robert Fitzpatrick as he summarizes some of the key cases of the term and makes some predictions about where the court is headed next.
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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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Get an update on some common ethical traps facing litigators and in-house counsel. Presentations include: The Convergence of Ethics and Bad Faith; Ethical Morasses Facing In-House Counsel Managing Litigation; Disqualification of Trial Counsel; and How to Keep Your Head...
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Bias in litigation is a prevalent problem. The ability to recognize your biases and the biases of your opponent can affect the outcome of your case. This program will help you overcome yours and make you a better litigator.
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The 2016-2017 Supreme Court resulted in several historic decisions and saw new justice, Neil Gorsuch, making his mark right out of the gate. Join Robert Fitzpatrick as he presents his annual summary of the key cases and decisions handed down by the highest court in the...
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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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The United States is one of the top countries in the world in incentivizing charitable donations. In this program, Kent Seton will unravel the key charity fundraising and solicitation rules and issues that practitioners commonly face with their business clients and in...
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The opening statement is a litigator's first opportunity to tell the jury their side of the story. In this program, defense attorney and Trial Advocacy professor, Julia Jayne, will cover the key points of opening statements, such as theme development, effective...
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While there hasn't been much legislative action on Capital Hill since the 2016 election, the new administration has been busy making major changes to rules, regulations, and guidelines affecting workers and employers in the U.S.. In this program, Washington D.C....
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The law of fiduciary duties has been around for a very long time, and incorporates contract, property, and tort law. This program presents the basic outline of fiduciary law, and will help viewers understand its elements, where it fits in the overall architecture of the...
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