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Conduct In-Depth Interviews and Assessments
Your Complete Guide to Estate Planning Practice
Speaker: Stephen Grant, B.S., Ch.E., J.D.
Many clients have businesses that are limited to operation/reputation in a local region, such as restaurants, wineries, breweries and, more recently, legal cannabis-related businesses. This class will introduce the general concepts of trademarks, service marks and trade names, as well as the general law of trademarks.
Understanding the basics of US trademark law
Understanding differences between state and federal trademark law
Understanding how trade names, entity names, and trademarks differ?
Session approved for 1.0 CLE credit
Cost is $25 for NFPA members and $50 for non-members.
Confidentially and Ethically Maintain Email Correspondence
Your Guide for Handling Medicare and Medicaid Liens
This 6.5 hour seminar, taught by family law attorneys, will improve your knowledge and skills as a family law paralegal.
715-835-5900 ext. 1
NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN GRANDPARENTS CUSTODY & GUARDIANSHIP
Presented by Christina M. DeMatteo, Esquire
Tracey L. Barnes
215-362-2474 ext. 208
A Practical Toolkit to Assist With Corporate Cases
Are you using your NFPA Office Depot / Office Max member benefit? Join us for a 15-minute educational webinar to learn about the advantages of buying your office supplies through the NFPA Office Depot/ Office Max member benefit program.
When you use this exclusive member discount, you can save up to 80% on thousands of items. Shopping and saving in-store or online is easy.
Your cards never expire and can be used for personal or business purchases for things like ink and toner, paper, cleaning and break room supplies, and even furniture! Most orders of $50 or more are eligible for free delivery to your home or office. Savings and convenience. What’s not to like?
Practical how-to's and tips - from requests to HIPAA to organization and medical summaries
Drafting Discovery Requests and Using Quick Parts to Save Discovery Objections
Drafting discovery is one of the key tasks that a litigation paralegal is assigned to do. Most firms have templates and form definitions and instructions that they use but we will discuss how to draft interrogatories using the Complaint as inspiration. We will also learn how to use Quick Parts in Word to insert repeatable text, like the same discovery objections when you are responding to interrogatories and requests for production.
- Time: 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
- Lunch: Brown bag your own (sodas and water will be provided)
- Location:Jones Day, 77 West Wacker, Suite 3500, Chicago, Illinois or via teleconference
- Cost: No charge for Illinois Paralegal Association members, $10 for non-members
Online access will be available. Link will be provided only to those who have registered. Please indicate whether you will attend in person or online.
Approved for 1 hour ILAP credit; approval pending for 1 hour of NFPA CLE credit.
Divorce Discovery, Parenting Time, Support, QDROs, and More
Learn Efficient Ways to Find the People and Information You Need
Learn about assisting with family law case intake, preparing pleadings and assisting with motion practice, obtaining and evaluating financial information, assisting with child custody and visitation, preparing marital settlement agreements, and enforcing and modifying family law orders and decrees.