CLE: Live or On Demand: Reviewing Medical Records: What Really Happened??

Evaluating medical documentation and sifting through the jargon to get to what you need to know. Medical records can be intimidating and tedious for any criminal attorney or investigator to review. This session will be an overview of the medical record and what you need to focus on to help your clients. Key words and abbreviations will be discussed, as […]

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Nominations for your 2024 PAF Executive Committee now Open

Please see this notice received from PAF: Hello Fellow PAF Active and Emeritus Members, HAVE YOU WANTED TO GET MORE INVOLVED? HAVE A SAY IN HOW YOUR ORGANIZATION IS RUN?  Now is your chance.   All positions for your PAF state Executive Committee are open for nominations. If you are interested, know someone who is interested or who you think may […]

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Have you ever googled your attorney to see where their name appears?

“On the second or third page he found a website for a fake law firm (jdillardlaw.com) that showed he was an attorney with the firm. Sjuggerud clicked the link and found that it offered private wealth and legal services. The firm stated it operated out of Manhattan and listed a street address and phone number. “When I first saw it, […]

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Florida Bar Adds Mandatory Legal Professionalism Course

As a larger change to CLE requirements for attorneys (and likely impacting FRP as well), they have also added a mandatory free two hour legal professionalism course that is being produced by The Florida Bar. You can read the full article HERE. Main points: The order also adds a new requirement that Bar members complete a free “two-hour legal professionalism […]

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Job Opening: In-House – Fully Remote – BI Paralegal – American Family Insurance

If you meet the qualifications for the job, feel free to use my name as the person who referred you – Linda M. Cruz – Apply Here Job Summary – Performs or supports a variety of law-related activities that do not require a law degree, including legal or factual research, contract administration, document preparation and analysis, citation checking and trial […]

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Lexis+ Tip of the Week: Shepardize or Compromize

LEXIS+ TIP:  When you want to cite a case with confidence, turn to Shepard’s to validate your research. Shepard’s was developed in 1873 by Frank Shepard. It has been trusted by legal professionals for almost 150 years – longer than any other citator. LEARN IT [short video]:  https://youtu.be/zbnduug44-s TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE: Which 7th Circuit case criticized a holding in A&M Records v. Napster, Inc. […]

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Lexis+ Tip of the Week: Briefs, Pleadings and Motions

ASK YOURSELF: Where can I find resources for my brief or motion? LEXIS+ TIP: You’ve been asked to draft an appellate brief, but you don’t know where to start or what it should look like. Lucky for you, Lexis houses the largest collection of litigation related documents. This means you don’t have to start from scratch. Find a similar brief, motion, […]

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