This program is intended to provide attorneys and accountants with a guide for reviewing business valuation reports. In addition, the session materials may serve as an outline for attorneys to prepare and question a business valuator in the context of a deposition or during trial.
Discovery is key to effective representation in divorce cases. Learn about the document production required at the initial stages of a divorce case and the evidentiary value of recorded conversations, text messages, Facebook messages, emails and other communications.
Learn about identifying, addressing and resolving issues involving electronic health records in litigation. This includes obtaining records, discovery complications, ensuring record authenticity and provider knowledge of printed reports.
As part of investigations, a guardian ad litem relies on third parties. Learn about investigations, when and how to perform discovery, filing motions, the impact of HIPAA, Illinois Mental Health and Disabilities Code, Federal Confidentiality Act, and more.
Focused on complex financial testimony in a divorce case from the varied perspectives of the proponent, opponent, and judge, this course covers: income/cash flow for determining support; marital and non-marital characterization of assets and forensic tracing; effectively using lifestyle analyses in court; and crucial ethical issues in preparing for and going to trial.