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Practical Insights on Answering Written and Production Discovery
If you are looking for some forensic tips, tricks and capabilities that can be leveraged by legal professionals to save time, money and aggravation? You will not want to miss this session!
Expertly Organize Medical and Vocational Evidence to Support SSDI Claims
Gain an understanding of the business compliance requirements that are needed for the proper business entity for your clients and business.
Retrieve, Review and Organize Important Damage Information
Make legal research more efficient and informative by utilizing next generation tools and proper legal citation.
Speaker: Luciann Givonetti, PA.C.P
As the digital age moves at a fast pace, we are finding that many aspects of the law are being affected as well. In particular, estate planning and estate administration practice groups are having to revise documents and processes in order to provide the msot up to date, reliable and accurate information to their clients. It is imperative that today's paralegals be kept informed of this changing environment.
This session is for anyone who would like to learn more about what digital assets are, understand the importance of making sure the assets are accounted for in estate planning, and the "how to" for administering the assets at death. It will assist any paralegals who work in estate planning/administration, as well as those who want to ensure they have an up to date digital asset estate plan.
This session is approved for 1.0 CLE credit | Cost is $25 for NFPA Members and $50 for non-members
Essential Skills for the Corporate Paralegal
Defining Key Construction Aspects Paralegals Need to Know
Paralegals will get tips on assisting with family law case intake practices and will gain skills at preparing pleadings and assisting with motions. Paralegals will be able to obtain and evaluate client financial information. Paralegals will increase their skills at working with divorce clients and opposing counsel and be able to assist in family law mediation. Paralegals will be able to recognize and avoid ethical pitfalls common to family law cases.
715-835-5900 ext. 1
Speaker(s): Tom Stephenson, ILAP and Tisah Delgado, ILAP
Members of NFPA drive its mission forward and are the lifeblood of your local association.
How do you continue to attract the attention of non-members? And how do you get them to join your local association? Learn about best practices to attract new members and grow your membership.
- Tips for developing an out of this world recruitment strategy
- Member recruitment best practices to attract new members
- How you can utilize technology and social media to grow your membership
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Your Guide to Successful Trial Preparation