Upcoming FL Courts E-Filing Portal Planned Outage – May 20, 2017

On Saturday May 20th, 2017 starting at 9:00am, EDT the Florida Courts E-Filing Portal will be replacing its main firewall and network core switches. This will cause a complete outage of all services.  The estimated downtime for this maintenance will be between 8 and 10 hours. Please advise all appropriate resources in your organization of this scheduled maintenance. We apologize […]

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From IPE: Investigative Tips for Paralegals

Investigative Tips for Paralegalsguest author: Sheridan Shauntee, MSPP Purpose: Whether compiling documents for discovery, interviewing prospective clients, parties to a case, or witnesses, the role of the paralegal in the capacity of investigator is to assist the attorney in fact gathering to determine the validity of an entity of interest, or issues of a case. The following may be used […]

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*corrected link* From IPE: The Top Ten Tips for Working with Insurance Companies

The Top Ten Tips for Working with Insurance Companiesguest author: Leonard D. Zaccagnino, Esq. and Gail Galfo, Paralegal Introduction. I have been practicing law for over 33 years, focusing my practice on representing individuals who have been injured in accidents. A great deal of my time, and my paralegals’ time, are spent communicating with insurance company representatives in an effort […]

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Florida Bar Members MUST Log In To New Member Portal And Register An Account *BEFORE* May 1st

REMINDER: Florida Bar Members MUST Log In To New Member Portal And Register An Account *BEFORE* May 1stIt’s no secret by now that The Florida Bar is upgrading and improving the MyFloridaBar Members Portal on May 1st. But with 104,000 members — all of whom we need to sign in and create a new username — that’s no small task! […]

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Notice re Submitting Second DCA Filings Effective May 1, 2017

04/24/2017 Effective May 1, 2017, all filings in the Second DCA must be submitted via the eDCA portal, https://edca.2dca.org. Registration is first required. After a case is set up, filers can use the Florida Courts E-Filing Portal only to pay fees electronically. No filings can be submitted to the Second DCA via the Florida Courts E-Filing Portal after May 1.

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14 Studio Cabins Remain for 2018 Paralegal Cruise

If you are interested in a studio cabin for the 2018 Paralegal Cruise, time is running out. Only 14 studio cabins remain… YOUR STUDIO CABIN PACKAGE INCLUDES: Full Event Registration Cruise Fare, Taxes and Port Fees Free Ultimate Beverage Package* (a savings of $79 per day) Gratuities for Ultimate Beverage Package ($56.88) Free $25 On Board Credit Your total package cost is […]

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New software for paralegals: PDF+ Free Trial Inside

Hey guys, I wanted to share some information about this brand new software on the market called PDF+ … it’s from the same folks who make ExhibitView and TranscriptPro … It has tons of features including Batch Renaming, Exhibit Stickers, Bar Codes, Bates Numbering, Search & Redaction… There is a very short introduction video at the link below… It’s really […]

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From IPE: Legal Ethics of Email for Paralegals: Securing Email Accessed on Personal Phones and Computers

Legal Ethics of Email for Paralegals: Securing Email Accessed on Personal Phones and Computers guest author: James D. Blume Don’t Lose the Phone! The first and most obvious point is to protect the device. Your smart phone or iPad is of no use if it lost or stolen. Despite the obviousness of this point, these devices are routinely lost or […]

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How to Create your NEW Florida Bar Portal Account for Paralegals AND Attorneys!

In case you missed this important news from The Florida Bar regarding Upgrading To New Member Portal here it is: The Florida Bar is migrating to a new member portal that Florida lawyers will use to electronically interact with the Bar. The new MyFloridaBar portal will help members more easily conduct membership and e-commerce activities with the Bar. It will […]

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From IPE: Top Ten Tools of the Trade: Workers’ Compensation

Top Ten Tools of the Trade: Workers’ Compensation guest author: Valerie Foote, JD Identify the Facts of the Case. The first point of investigation when a file is received is whether the Claimant is considered an ’employee’, and whether the state in which they are filing their claim has jurisdiction. If you can identify any issues with regard to the […]

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Win a free cruise for two with Burke Investigative Process Service Referral Contest

Burke Investigative Process Service is conducting a referral contest from today through December 10th, 2017. This is your chance to learn about “The Burke Difference” and experience the ultimate in process service while entering to win a trip for two on the 2018 Paralegals Navigating Perilous WatersⓇ Paralegal Cruise. The Paralegals Navigation Perilous WatersⓇ event is an annual adventure filled with practice education, networking, relationship […]

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