Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Bizarre Workers' Compensation Cases

By Robert Sciglimpaglia, Jr., Esq.

Oscar Wilde once said: "Life imitates art far more than art imitates life." My personal spin on that saying, especially when it comes to the law is "Fiction is life imitated." Nowhere is this phrase illustrated greater than in the workers' compensation arena. The most bizarre fact patterns occur in workers' compensation cases; more bizarre than any fiction author can even dream of many times.

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Friday, February 17, 2012

10 Easy Steps to Lull an Audience to Sleep

You have been asked to speak for a live continuing education seminar. Let's face it, you are an intelligent, resourceful professional and your reputation precedes you, but you are not perfect (we are just as shocked as you are, trust us) and maybe, just maybe you are not as polished a speaker as you would like to be. If only someone could provide you with a list of sure fire ways to avoid putting your audience into a speaker induced coma so you could become the next Tony Robbins. 

Well, we’re sorry but we don't have that list handy. (I think the dog ate our homework.) We do however have this free handy list of things NOT to do, which is probably more fun anyway.

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Monday, July 25, 2011

4 Reasons Every Attorney Should Present Live CLE Seminars

by Abigail Cella, Esq.

I enjoyed presenting at the 6th Annual Sterling Education Services Landlord-Tenant Law seminar held on July 13, 2011 in Indianapolis, IN. I decided to join the faculty for this seminar in order to

  1. Share my seven years of knowledge and experience in the area of real estate litigation, 
  2. Gain additional knowledge in the area, 
  3. Network with other lawyers and individuals involved in landlord-tenant matters and 
  4. Obtain continuing legal education credits.
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