NJLTA On-Demand Courses
New Jersey Legal Training Academy LLC

Our on-demand courses are designed with attorneys, and only attorneys, in mind! CLE courses and seminars that are organized and presented directly for attorneys, and priced reasonably!

L LinkedIn® Strategies for Lawyers

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Find out why you should embrace LinkedIn® for business development and get best practices for using it wisely and efficiently. Since its launch 11 years ago, LinkedIn® has solidified its unique role as the most useful business-focused, online networking platform for attorneys and businesspeople across the world. Yet, even as

L eDiscovery: Subpoenas and Nonparty Production Issues

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Whether focused on entities or individuals or both, 21st century lawsuit discovery is typically dominated by electronically stored information (ESI). Litigating parties and their counsel must be agile enough to address a growing number of electronic discovery (eDiscovery) issues by following ESI trails. Similarly, organizations that often receive nonparty subpoenas

L Inside The Jury: Influencing Damage Awards

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Why do some juries award high damages and some juries award low damages for cases with similar facts? How do you increase the settlement value of your case? How do you bring a case back to a reasonable range? This fast paced on-demand webinar answers questions about the central issue

L Cross Examination Preparation and Techniques

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Cross-examination is recognized as a significant component to any trial. It is often outcome - determinative, and effective cross-examination will determine the overall success of your case. This on-demand webinar will provide an overview of both procedural and substantive issues and techniques for cross-examination from an experienced civil litigator. The

L Avoiding Waiver of the Attorney-Client and Work Product Privileges

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Don't risk waiving privileges. Get the information you need to protect the attorney-client and work product privileges. There is much confusion surrounding the attorney-client and work product privileges. In-house legal personnel who provide both legal advice and participate in business decisions struggle to understand what is and what is not

L Daubert Motions: Challenging Expert Opinions

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Expert testimony can make or break your case – learn when and how to challenge opposing expert testimony. Since the U.S. Supreme Court decided Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals in 1993, the federal law governing expert testimony has undergone a radical transformation. The courts of most states have also now

L Admissibility of Email and Internet Evidence

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Purchase this on-demand webinar to learn emerging best practices for handling the challenges of admissibility of email and internet evidence. We will cover the specific evidentiary considerations attorneys must be mindful of when attempting to admit email and internet evidence at trial, including the foundational requirements of admissibility, authentication and

L Ethical Traps of a Lying and Dishonest Client

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Attorneys have or will be confronted with a situation where the client or client representative or even a third-party aligned with the client, is or appears to be misrepresenting facts, i.e. lying. This occurs in all practice areas, not just divorce, transactional and litigation settings. The detection of a dishonest

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