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Originally presented: May 15, 2018 | Course length: 3.0 hours
Important Rules of Civil Practice Procedure That Every Paralegal Should Know
The quality of assistance a paralegal can provide for a litigation attorney is enhanced by the paralegal’s knowledge of the basic tenets of key rules of civil procedure. This segment addresses the Minnesota Rules of Civil Procedure and Minnesota General Rules of Practice relevant to (1) suit commencement (2) discovery procedures, (3) motion practice, and (4) evidence organization and presentation.
– Karin Ciano; Karin Ciano Law PLLC
Discovery – Collection, Review and Production of Your Client’s, and Receipt and Review of the Opposing Party’s
– X. Kevin Zhao; Greene Espel PLLP
E-Discovery – Tips and Traps Unique to Handling E-Discovery
– Keiko Sugisaka; Maslon LLP
How to Help Your Attorney Prepare to Take or Defend a Deposition
– Robert J. Hauer Jr.; SiebenCarey
The Ethical Paralegal: Your Guide to Compliance with Legal Ethical Rules
Learn more about the ethical obligations of paralegals. This course will include an overview of the statutes governing paralegals in their roles with clients, the court, and third parties, as well as a discussion of do’s and don’ts.
– Amy M. Mahowald; Assistant Director, Office of Lawyers Professional Responsibility
– Lynda Nelson; Paralegal Supervisor, Office of Lawyers of Professional Responsibility
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CLE credit is not available for this course.