Legal Tech Mastery / Litigation Support Guru: 25 Glossary Terms in Litigation Support

The awesome Amy Bowser-Rollins brings us a new video as part of her Legal Tech Mastery series… This one is about eDiscovery terms in litigation support… You can find her website here: Litigation Support Guru Make sure you visit her Facebook page and give it a LIKE! You can download the handout for this lesson here: HANDOUT Here is some […]

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Free CLE from LawPay – Conflicts of Interest – Wednesday February 28 at 4 PM EST

Join Claude Ducloux, LawPay’s director of education, ethics, and compliance, for an upcoming live CLE webinar. Claude is a seasoned attorney with nearly 40 years’ experience and his passion for practicing law and educating attorneys has earned him many professional honors, including The Gene Cavin Award for Lifetime Achievement in Teaching Continuing Education. He speaks regularly on legal ethics, law […]

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Job Opening: Production Manager – Phipps Reporting – West Palm Beach

Job Description: Phipps is seeking a Production Manager for our Court Reporting Office located in West Palm Beach, Florida. Responsible for managing and cultivating a team, ability to identify and streamline processes to oversee transcript delivery and projects from start to finish. Digitally and physically processing and preparing for shipment to client and/or vendor. Responsibilities: Managing and cultivating a team, […]

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Job Opening: Legal Secretary – Royal Caribbean Cruises – Port Miami

The Litigation Secretary is responsible for the scheduling and calendaring of all events for the attorney assigned, including but not limited to, discovery deadlines, court hearing dates, mediations and depositions. Additionally, the Legal Secretary must be able to assist in the filing of legal documents, preparation of expense reports for payment and prepare discovery documents and correspondence.Career Snapshot Responsible for […]

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From IPE: Deposition Preparation for Paralegals

Deposition Preparation for Paralegals guest author: Sheridan Shauntee Whether the party, the expert, and/or witness is noticed for deposition via attorney communications and agreement, or subpoena, preparation for deposition, just with was all phrases of litigation, can be arduous especially if your case contains multiple individuals and issues of law. As paralegals we have learned, and with experience come to understand, […]

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From NNA: 3 Questions For Notaries To Ask When Dealing With Foreign-Language Issues

3 Questions For Notaries To Ask When Dealing With Foreign-Language Issues Updated 1-31-18. Notarizing a document written in a language you can’t read or understand presents some tricky issues. How can you be sure the document says what is claimed? What if the signature is in a language you don’t understand? Before notarizing a foreign language document, here are three important […]

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Palm Beach County: Special Assessments Now Payable Online by Credit Card

Special Assessments Now Payable Online by Credit Card Palm Beach County property owners who have special assessments on their properties can now pay online with a credit card through the Clerk & Comptroller’s website. Special assessments help pay for public improvements in a community such as road paving, water mains and drainage. On the Clerk’s website, customers can also view […]

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From IPE: What Paralegals Should Know About Pleadings

What Paralegals Should Know About Pleadings guest author: Zachary A. Kretchmer, Esq. Introduction. I have practiced family law for 15 years, with a major component of my practice devoted to preparing written submissions to judicial officers, as well as mediators, evaluators, and arbitrators. While the substantive content of these pleadings is of course the most important consideration, too many legal professionals […]

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From NNA: What Every Notary Needs To Know About Journals

What Every Notary Needs To Know About Journals Updated 1-30-18. If you’ve ever had questions about why you need to keep a Notary journal, or what information needs to be recorded in it, here are answers to common questions that come up. Should Every Notary Keep A Journal? Yes. Most states require or strongly recommend that Notaries own and maintain […]

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Job Opening: Production Manager – Phipps Reporting – West Palm Beach

Phipps is seeking a Production Manager for our Court Reporting Office located in West Palm Beach, Florida. Responsible for managing and cultivating a team, ability to identify and streamline processes to oversee transcript delivery and projects from start to finish. Digitally and physically processing and preparing for shipment to client and/or vendor. Responsibilities: Managing and cultivating a team, ability to […]

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Job Opening: Urgent – Legal Secretary – Downtown Miami

Seeking a legal secretary/legal assistant in the area of premises liability/personal injury defense for immediate opening due to a long term employee who is retiring. Must have stable job history, excellent attention to detail, experience with federal court cases specifically, filing, scheduling, etc. Excellent stress free work environment and amazing benefits. Seeking someone who can work independently, drama free, responsible, […]

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