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This program will address the key aspects of a workplace investigation from beginning to end.
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In this program, award-winning litigation attorney Alan Fanger shares valuable tips and best-practices on how attorneys can prepare a client for deposition.
Credits NY1.00(Includes 1.00 Skills)
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This program presents the nuts and bolts of a medical malpractice case.
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In this program, forensic psychiatrist Anna Cervantes will cover the key issues attorneys need to understand when working with a psychiatric expert.
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This program will dissect the role and qualifications of employment practices experts in employment litigation, explore the value they bring to a case, and discuss a number of admissibility trends from cases.
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There are specific criteria and considerations in psychosocial evaluations for spousal abuse cases, specifically when handling immigration petitions. Here, attorney Mark Silver discusses how such cases are evaluated from a clinical perspective with the consideration for...
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This program explores Title IX compliance and how attorneys can prepare their clients on investigating complaints. The new 2020 Title IX regulation will also be covered.
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This program will cover the basics of attorney-client privilege and give practical guidance on how to use and preserve the privilege.
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Working with witnesses presents a minefield of potential ethical issues for civil and criminal litigators. Identifying and addressing these can be tricky, but mishandling them can lead to consequences such as sanctions and an undesirable outcome of your case. In this...
Credits NY1.00(Includes 1.00 Ethics and Professionalism)
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Immigration lawyers must contend with the possibility that extreme hardship petitions may be denied by the USCIS. In this seminar, Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Attorney, Mark Silver will highlight and discuss the major reasons for denials of extreme hardship...
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This program will provide a comprehensive review of Rule 35 exams and give a number of valuable tips for attorneys litigating involved in such an exam.
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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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This program covers the key ethical issues faced by lawyers who work with expert witnesses.
Credits NY1.00(Includes 1.00 Ethics and Professionalism)
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This course provides an overview of criminal mitigation to criminal defense lawyers, and reviews various humanizing processes that a criminal law attorney can utilize to better advocate for his or her client. Both experienced and novice lawyers will gain important...
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Borderline Personality Disorder is among the least understood, and yet perhaps the most important mental health issues for criminal defense lawyers. In this course, attorney and forensic expert Mark Silver delves into criminal mitigation strategies for the client...
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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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Criminal presentence investigation reports (PSI) are often incomplete, misleading, or otherwise inadequately prepared, and thus is not effective for mitigation purposes. This program takes in in-depth look at the common issues with PSIs and gives criminal defense...
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Conviction of a crime can be a significant hurdle for someone seeking to have a spouse immigrate to the United States on a family-based petition. This program will discuss strategies immigration counsel can use to mitigate previous crimes and increase chances for a...
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This is the first of a two-part presentation covering the key 2019-2020 Supreme Court cases.
Credits NY2.50
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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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In this program, risk management expert Tom Taormina will introduce his method of the “thinking outside the globe” approach to proving or disproving the appropriate standard of care, a method proven to create more scientific and less subjective testimony in products...
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Criminal and civil attorneys alike rely data gathered from the Internet of things as evidence. This course will explain to attorneys how this data is collected, and the places that such data is stored.
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This program will explain the common types of evidence that can be recovered from cell phones and how that evidence can be used in a case.
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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 uses case studies to illustrate methods of handwriting authentication. Cases include the Zodiac Killer and the 2018 Zahau v. Shacknai case that resolved whether Rebecca Zahau was murdered or committed suicide at the Spreckels Mansion on Coronado Island.
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