Fast Tip from the Litigation Support Guru – Highlight Duplicate Rows Using Excel

Litigation Support Guru Amy Bowser-Rollins has a fantastic website that you should check out, one of the many amazing resources she provides is “Fast Tip Friday” where she shares really awesome quickie tips on things you didn’t even know you wanted and needed to know how to do!  You can subscribe to her newsletter here: subscribe. Now, even if you are not […]

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From NNA: Is An Expired ID Acceptable For A Notarization?

wouldn’t be hard to argue that the Notary’s main responsibility is properly identifying signers, but what if a signer presents an expired ID? This is a fairly common occurrence. An elderly signer who doesn’t drive anymore, for example, may only have a long-expired driver’s license. Or some people may simply have overlooked the ID renewal notices from their state DMV […]

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Fast Tip from the Litigation Support Guru – Highlight Duplicate Values Using Excel

Litigation Support Guru Amy Bowser-Rollins has a fantastic website that you should check out, one of the many amazing resources she provides is “Fast Tip Friday” where she shares really awesome quickie tips on things you didn’t even know you wanted and needed to know how to do!  You can subscribe to her newsletter here: subscribe. Now, even if you are not […]

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From IPE: Employment Discrimination and Harassment

Employment Discrimination and Harassment Source: IPE Tools of the Trade e-Newsletter Click HERE to join their mailing list. Guest Author: Dana L. Bacsi, Esquire Discrimination and Harassment in the workplace is unlawful. Employment decisions must be based on legitimate job-related criteria. It is inappropriate to act in a manner that reflects negatively on individuals based on protected categories. Make sure […]

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From NNA: Privacy Issues And Collecting Signer Thumbprints

The National Notary Association has a great article in their most recent newsletter talking about privacy issues and collecting signer thumbprints. Did you know that California passed a law in 1996 requiring notaries to obtain journal thumbprints for signers of certain documents; and many Notaries nationwide continue to record signer thumbprints in their official notarial journal. Currently, two states require […]

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From NNA: Notary Basics: Determining A Signer’s Awareness

Today’s edition of the Notary Bulletin from National Notary Association has a great article titled “Notary Basics: Determining A Signer’s Awareness” While Notaries are not expected to be experts in human consciousness, you should be prepared to make a layperson’s determination of the mental awareness of your signers. In some states this critical assessment of a person’s willingness to sign […]

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