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ESI Preservation and Spoliation Challenges for Paralegals  
Friday, January 3, 2020 2:00 PM Eastern (EST) - 3:00 PM Eastern (EST)

Overcoming Common Electronic Evidence Issues

Contact:    Cassi Gruber

Land Surveys and Legal Descriptions for Paralegals  
Tuesday, January 7, 2020 2:00 PM Eastern (EST) - 5:15 PM Eastern (EST)
Audio Webinar

Your Guide to Surveys and Legal Descriptions

Contact:    Cassi Gruber

Financial Issues in Divorce for Paralegals  
Wednesday, January 8, 2020 10:00 AM Central (CST) - 5:00 PM Central (CST)

Find Hidden Assets, Calculate Child and Spousal Support, Prepare QDROs and More

Contact:    Cassi Gruber

Successful Multi-Tasking Tips for Paralegals  
Tuesday, January 14, 2020 4:00 PM Eastern (EST) - 5:00 PM Eastern (EST)

Handle Any Task That Comes Your Way

Contact:    Cassi Gruber

Paralegal's Guide to Liens and Subrogation in Personal Injury  
Wednesday, January 15, 2020 10:00 AM Eastern (EST) - 5:00 PM Eastern (EST)

Investigate/Track Liens, Communicate with Lienholders and Pick up Resolution Tips

Contact:    Cassi Gruber

Discovery and Evidence for Paralegals  
Tuesday, January 21, 2020 8:30 AM Central (CST) - 5:00 PM Central (CST)
Brookfield, WI

This seven hour live lecture presentation examines the skill of obtaining and managing evidence, assisting with formal discovery and deposition practice, investigation skills, locating and working with expert witnesses, and complying with rules of professional conduct and ethics during litigation.

Contact:    Douglas Chapman
7158355900 ext. 1

Texas Family Law Practice for Paralegals  
Tuesday, January 21, 2020 8:30 AM Central (CST) - 4:30 PM Central (CST)
Houston, TX

This 6.5 hour live lecture presentation improves paralegals' skills at assisting with family law case intake, obtaining and evaluating financial information, child custody and visitation, and enforcing and modifying family law orders and decrees. This course also offers one hour of ethics related to family law practice.

Contact:    Doug Chapman

Trusts 101 for Paralegals  
Wednesday, January 22, 2020 11:00 AM Eastern (EST) - 6:00 PM Eastern (EST)

Top Trust Structures, Key Provisions and Administration Essentials 

Contact:    Cassi Gruber

A Paralegal's Guide to Researching and Investigating  
Thursday, January 23, 2020 10:00 AM Eastern (EST) - 5:00 PM Eastern (EST)

Find What You Need - Quickly, Accurately and Cost-Effectively

Contact:    Cassi Gruber

NFPA Webinar: Active Shooter Response for Civilians  
Monday, January 27, 2020 12:00 AM Eastern (EST) - 1:00 AM Eastern (EST)
Zoom Webinar

Speaker: Ray Hanna

Active shooter incidents are currently very prevalent globally to include many current/past attacks in the U.S. This training will provide information to attendees to help them recognize/identify behaviors which could precede possible attacks and provide information to officials at their workplace as well as law enforcement to help stop a possible attack and if an attack happens information will be provided to help them respond appropriately as a civilian.

This professional development webinar does not qualify for CLE Credit

Lien Law 101: The Basics of Liens  
Tuesday, January 28, 2020 - All Day
Webinar - Remote locations

This one hour webinar is conveniently presented over your lunch hour. The esteemed presenter, Patrick Mickey, is an experienced and practicing attorney in Missouri and Illinois, as well as an Adjunct Law Professor at Saint Louis University School of Law and serves as their Trial Advocacy Competition Team Coach. Mr. Mickey will present information re: the types of liens (CMS, subrogation, loans, VA/government, medical payment coverage, health insurance, other types of insurance, child support, etc.), identifying the differences in how liens are handled, and negotiated, in Missouri, Kansas, and Illinois. Further, he will discuss the ethical obligations and potential consequences of not properly noticing, acknowledging, or protecting a properly issued lien. 

This webinar is free for Missouri Paralegal Association members and only $20 for non-members. CLE credit (1.0) is pending. 

Mr. Mickey is a graduate from Saint Louis University School of Law and practiced insurance defense law for over a decade, successfully trying numerous cases to verdict. He then moved to the plaintiff's side, where he now represents personal injury clients. Mr. Mickey has received the School of Law's Academic Excellence Award for Trial Advocacy, and the Milton Napier Award for Excellence in Trial Advocacy from the Lawyer's Association of St. Louis. Further, he has obtained a "preeminent" rating through Martindale-Hubbell from his legal peers, and was recognized as a Super Lawyer Rising Star in 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017. 

In addition to his teaching at an area law school, Patrick Mickey has presented seminars to attorneys and paralegals on myriad topics, one of his favorite being lien laws. The Missouri Paralegal Association is proud to present this one hour Lunch and Learn session on such an important, but often overlooked topic, with such an esteemed presenter. 

Contact:    Mandy Chapman

The Paralegal's Guide to Auto Injury Litigation  
Tuesday, January 28, 2020 2:00 PM Eastern (EST) - 5:15 PM Eastern (EST)
Audio Webinar

Medical Records, Liens, Trial Prep and More

Contact:    Cassi Gruber

Oregon Family Law Practice for Paralegals  
Wednesday, January 29, 2020 8:30 AM Pacific (PAC) - 4:30 PM Pacific (PAC)
Lake Oswego, OR

This 6.5 hour live lecture presentation examines preparing pleadings and assisting with motion practice, obtaining and evaluating financial information, assisting with child custody and visitation issues, working with divorce clients and opposing counsel, enforcing and modifying family law orders and judgments, and handling ethical issues in family law practice.

Contact:    Doug Chapman
7158355900 ext. 1

The Paralegal's Guide to Workers' Compensation Cases  
Thursday, January 30, 2020 1:00 PM Eastern (EST) - 4:15 PM Eastern (EST)
Audio Webinar

Confidently Assist Your Attorney with Workers' Compensation Cases

Contact:    Cassi Gruber

California Family Law and Ethics for Paralegals  
Friday, January 31, 2020 8:00 AM Pacific (PAC) - 5:30 PM Pacific (PAC)
Irvine, CA

This eight-hour live lecture presentation offers paralegals a manner in which to approve their skills assisting in family law case intake, child custody and visitation issues, and obtaining and evaluating financial information. This course also explores ethics in family law, including allegations of domestic abuse, conflicts of interest, client confidentially, handling the secretive or dishonest client, and avoiding the unauthorized practice of law.

Contact:    Doug Chapman
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