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Posted by Texas Paralegal Division Blogger at blog@txpd.org on September 18, 2013


Join a “Live Webcast” on Thursday, October 3, 2013
 (up to 6 hours CLE)

$50 per one-hour webcast – PD MEMBERS
$60 per one-hour webcast – Non PD Members

(Purchase all 6 sessions and save 25%; purchase 5 sessions and save 20%; purchase 4 sessions and save 10%)

Even if you cannot join the Paralegal Division in San Antonio, TX at the 2013 Texas Advanced Paralegal Seminar, you can participate in up to six (6) live webcasts. Don’t miss out on these CLE presentations! These presentations will be live webcast directly from the Texas Advanced Paralegal Seminar. Be present for one or more of these presentations even if you cannot travel to Addison to attend the entire three-day event. To sign up for the webcast(s), please Register HERE

The audio and slides for this course are presented through your computer.

Below are the featured presentations for the webcasts:

8:00 am – 9:00 am (CDT)
Jefferson Moore, Attorney at Law
San Antonio, TX
I Did It!  I Wend Paperless! (And So Can You)
Mr. Moore says “The comfort of possessing paper is real.  However, after years of pushing paper, I am advocating for the paperless society because I know based on experience that it will increase your comfort level over the old style paper-centric law office.”  In this webinar, Mr. Moore will provide you with the Six Secrets of going paperless.  Start here and move forward to your more organized and less stressful work environment.

9:10 am – 10:10 am (CDT) – TBLS Approved for Family Law and Civil Trial Law
Mary Evelyn McNamara, Attorney at Law
Rivers • McNamara, Austin
Family Law – Legislative Update 2013
Ms. McNamara will provide the attendees of this webinar with important information regarding the many family law legislative updates, including child support amounts, enforcement and withholding, new deadlines for De Novo hearings, spousal maintenance, protective orders, special appointments in social studies, and much much more.  If you practice in the family law area, you can’t afford to miss this event.

11:00 am – 12:00 noon (CDT)
Dan Vana, Attorney at Law
Benjamin, Vana, Martinez & Biggs, LLP, San Antonio
Searching Databases in Texas Courts:  What is Available and What You Can Find
Today’s paralegal MUST stay on top of all of the topics and tips that will help them navigate the extensive information that is available with only a few clicks of the keyboard.  There is a vast amount of information ready and waiting for you to discover in county, state, and federal databases.  Stay on top of the curve and continue to wow your boss with your ability to quickly locate accurate answers to their questions.  Join Dan Vana for this exciting event!  Do not miss this topic!

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm (CDT) – TBLS Approved for Civil Trial Law and Personal Injury Law
Bruce Anderson, Attorney at Law
Brin & Brin, P.C., San Antonio
Texas Rules of Civil Procedure (TRCP) – Changes in Latitude and Changes in Attitude
Do you know how the changes in TRCP will change the way you practice, the way cases are managed, and the pitfalls of not understanding the changes?  Well you need to!  This event will cover new Rule 169 for expedited actions and the significant difference in discovery time period and limits under the expedited actions rule.  Everyone using TRCP needs to hear Mr. Anderson’s summary of the new rules.

2:30 pm – 3:30 pm (CDT) – TBLS Approved for Civil Trial Law, Criminal Law, Estate Planning & Probate Law, Family Law, and Personal Injury Law
Jillian Gordon, Attorney at Law
Cox Smith, San Antonio
HIPAA Privacy Rule – A Compliance Guide
Understanding the extensive reach of the HIPPA, specifically as it pertains to PHI or protected healthcare information, is important.  Civil fines and penalties can apply in circumstances of unknown violations and can even reach the level of criminal penalties.  Having the knowledge required to avoid violating the many aspects of this complex act is very important.  Join Ms. Gordon as she takes the attendees of this webinar on the road to understanding.

3:40 pm – 4:40 pm (CDT) – TBLS Approved for Civil Trial Law
Derrick Pizarro, Attorney
Cox Smith, San Antonio

Patent Law Update: Supreme Court and Federal Circuit Decisions
Join Mr. Pizarro for this event where he will provide the attendees with specific information regarding the top cases in patent law today.  Topics include obviousness, re-examination, the vitiation rule, reissue and many, many more.  Don’t have time to read all of the applicable Supreme Court, Federal Court and ITC cases, well Mr. Pizarro has it covered.

Note:  These Live Webcasts are not approved for CLE by the State Bar of Texas MCLE Department.

(click here to register)

To report problems after registering for the Live Webcast:
Contact at (877) 880-1335
Email support@inreachce.com

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