Law for Non-Lawyers

Course number : U-1090   
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You can improve your value to your organization and serve your organization better by recognizing some of the legal issues that work organizations face on a regular basis. For non-lawyers in a variety of work environments, you will find out what you should know, and when to consult a lawyer. After completing this course, you will better understand legal issues in the workplace, know when your organization needs to consult a lawyer, and have the knowledge to better serve your organization and work with lawyers. Agenda Unit 1 Understanding Legal Documents -Common legal terms -Why lawyers write the way they do -Overview of regulations and how to find them -Contracts, when they generally happen Unit 2 Do I need a lawyer? -What types of things can I handle myself? -Copyrights, business formations, claims -Non-lawyer document preparation -Lawyer fee structures Unit 3 Intellectual property -What’s in a name? Copyright and trademark issues -Trade secrets and non-disclosure agreements -Covenants to not compete Unit 4 When Mistakes Happen -What kind of exposure am I looking at? -Criminal laws, personal injury -Employment -Product liability an copyright infringement -What to expect in a courtroom

Class Details

8 Sessions
Online 24/7

Location

Instructor
Melissa Meyer 

Class Fee: 

$195.00


Schedule Information

Date(s) Class Days Times Location Instructor(s)
2/6/2017 - 3/3/2017 Online 24/7 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM TBD Melissa Meyer 

916-781-6280