May 8, 2020 – Preparing and Cross-Examining Witnesses

LawPay’s Director of Education, Claude E. Ducloux, presents a 30-minute power point covering: When and why you need witnesses; Knowing your elements of proof for the claim or defense; Explaining the Witness’ Role – demeanor and presentation; The importance of credibility: body language, certainty and skill; Understanding your own case theory, and much more!

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May 7, 2020 – Oil and Gas Leases and Liens: Key Savings Clauses and Lien Procedures

In light of extraordinarily low oil prices, many lessors and lessees are wondering what their rights may be under their leases and what the process is for pursuing an oil and gas lien. This webinar will discuss key savings clauses and concepts typically contained in oil and gas leases such as force majeure, cessation/continuous production, shut-in provisions, and production in paying quantities.

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May 6, 2020 – The Accidental Lawyer: Terms of Engagement

This new live, interactive workshop is designed to help lawyers be more alert to the vulnerabilities they may face in various non-office settings, and to equip them with best practices for defining their roles up front and setting clear boundaries with the person seeking advice.

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PPP Offers Welcome Relief for Eligible Law Firms

In a time of economic downturn, attorneys in private practice may experience a decrease in client fee income and struggle to cover payroll and overhead. Law firms who meet the Small Business Administration (SBA) size standard (generally less than 500 employees) and solo practitioners can qualify for Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans.  PPP loans have very favorable terms and the majority of the principal is forgivable.

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