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CLE WEBINAR PRESENTED BY THE PARALEGAL DIVISION
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January 30, 2020 (Thursday)
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm (CST)

“Oil, Gas and Mineral Leases:  How to Protect Your Property

Speaker:  Rebecca C. Brightwell – Skelton Slusher Barnhill Watkins Wells

Topic Summary:  Protecting your property and the problems encountered during operations. A guide to understanding oil, gas, and mineral leases, easements, key lease clauses, surface use, production, negotiation of royalties, pipeline federal and state regulations, and eminent domain.

Approved by TBLS:  Oil, Gas and Mineral Law;
                                    Real Estate Law

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February 4, 2020 (Tuesday)
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm (CST)

“Navigating the Path to Citizenship”

Speaker:  Andrea W. Kelly – Law Office of Andrea W. Kelly, PLLC

Topic Summary:  This webinar will cover employment-based and family-based processing to immigrant status and US citizenship, as well as common pitfalls that can jeopardize lawful status in the US.  I will also discuss the ethical consequences of convictions for Crimes Involving Moral Turpitude and Aggravated Felonies, as well as fraudulent marriages and asylum claims.

Approved by TBLS:  Civil Trial Law
                                    Criminal Law
                                    Family Law

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February 6, 2020 (Thursday)
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm (CST)

“Challenges in E-Discovery

Speaker: Kevin T. Segler – KoonsFuller; Lance E. Sloves, CCE

Topic Summary:  The purpose of this Webinar is to layout the general process for obtaining cell phone data, methods of obtaining the cell phone data, and discuss what types of data can be available and what that data can show. The use of electronic discovery, particularly with evidence collected from cell phones, has become a lynchpin in family law cases. In its barest form, electronic discovery from cell phones can simply be screenshots of text message chains between the parties or additional witnesses. However, a more in-depth review of electronic discovery typically requires some reliance on experts in the field of computer forensics.

Approved by TBLS:   Bankruptcy Law
                                    Civil Trial Law
                                    Criminal Law
                                    Estate Planning & Probate Law
                                    Family Law
                                    Oil, Gas and Mineral Law
                                    Personal Injury Trial Law

                                    Real Estate Law

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February 12, 2020 (Wednesday)
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm (CST)

“Post-Judgment Turnover Receiverships”

Speaker: Peter C. Ruggero – Ruggero Law Firm, PC

Topic Summary:  A nuts and bolts presentation regarding the civil remedy available under the Tex. Civ. Prac. & Rem. Code 31.001 et al. for turnover and appointment of a receiver post-judgment in the aid of a civil judgment creditor against a defendant/debtor. The presentation will include teaching practice procedure (i.e. motion practice and independent proceeding options) and the form and substance of the proposed order, with discussion of things to include (and not include) in an order. The attendees will learn what types of cases are best suited for receiverships as well as what cases might be better suited for other available post-judgment remedies or bankruptcy (in particular – involuntary bankruptcy). The presentation will include a discussion of the intersection of receivership (generally under state law) as compared and contrasted to bankruptcy (federal law).

Approved by TBLS:  Bankruptcy Law
                                    Civil Trial Law

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March 17, 2020 (Friday)
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm (CST)

“Discovery Hacks”

Speaker: Paul Leopold and Jessica Hall Janicek – KoonsFuller, P.C.

Topic Summary:   As the use of electronically stored information (or  “ESI”) in litigation has become increasingly more prevalent, it is necessary to not only understand what ESI encompasses, but to understand what it is, where to get it, and how to get it.  The purpose of the presentation is to provide an overview of the Tx. R. Civil P. discovery rules and how to apply them to ESI and other modern discovery issues.

Approved by TBLS:  Bankruptcy Law
                                    Civil Trial Law
                                    Personal Injury Trial Law
                                    Family Law

Approved for 1 Hour of Ethics

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