Experienced practitioners in the data security and privacy space provide insight on how to respond when a client – or even your own firm – learns about an unauthorized party accessing sensitive information. Includes overview of the legal landscape, including state and federal data breach notification laws and important first steps when initiating an investigation, with advice on best practices and lessons learned from real-life incidents.
Learn about transferring the ownership of a mobile home from a seller to a buyer in Illinois. This is not intended for situations where the land the mobile home sits on is included in the sale. However, if you and your client are dealing with an individual mobile home located in a pre-existing mobile home park, on somebody’s rented land, in a lot, or somewhere else involving a lease, then this presentation is for you. Walk through the practical steps in the process to transfer a mobile home title from one owner to the next. To help you further, example forms will be included to keep the process fairly simple and straightforward for you and your clients.
The 2019 Columbus Day seminar addresses the latest critical changes to Illinois family law, including thorough tax and case law updates. Learn how to use information on decision-making to obtain desired outcomes and how to make the best decisions (even under stress!). Understand exactly how DCFS Investigations work and hear from a panel of guardians ad litem, child reps, and judges.
Adjusted Gross Income? Effective tax rate? S Distributions? Is it all Greek to you?
Designed for newer attorneys or family law practitioners looking for a refresher, this program will walk you—step-by-step—through both personal and business income tax returns, and business financial statements. With instruction from an AAML Fellow and Certified Public Accountant, you will learn to confidently determine an individual's gross income and net income, and an individual’s income for purposes of support, business book income, business tax income, business retained earnings and business cash flow.
PART 2 is now available for sale!
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Understand common issues regarding foundation for and admissibility of medical records, medical bills, doctor’s testimony and opinions. Learn how to get controversial evidence admitted (or object to some).
With the swift pivot to conducting mediation via online conferencing, the restrictions of COVID and quarantine need not delay your pending mediations. Learn suggested language and notifications to help your mediation participants be properly prepared for a virtual process and ensure that the confidentiality and privacy of the process is protected. The importance of being properly prepared for an online proceeding, in keeping with the duty of competence, is also reviewed.
This guide, created for attorneys who are planning for or serving the needs of persons no longer able to make decisions for themselves, assists in the crafting and implementation of plans for such instances.
Understand practical skills that attorneys utilize every day, including effective legal writing in pleadings, presentation of motions, effective oral arguments, and the use of electronic court orders. Judge Chapman and Judge Skarin discuss organization and style in legal writing, key items to focus on when drafting for motion practice, and everyone’s favorite – motions to compel. They also discuss presentment of motions, and effective advocacy skills during oral argument.