Practical Tips for Lawyers

Are you looking for that extra edge by enhancing your skills and expertise in the legal field? Are you in search of tips that will help you help your clients? Look no further, these webinars provide a vast variety of practical tips for lawyers from all different legal backgrounds. Learn about best practices in criminal trials, civility in the courtroom, ethical dilemmas, and much much more…


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Internet policies, social media, ethics and bullying are common ground for employment codes of conduct. The recent BC Court of Appeal decision of Roe v. British Columbia Ferry Services Ltd. 2015 BCCA 1 (CanLII) has shone a new light on the significance of what is contained in these codes. Whether you are acting as counsel or employer, an employment code of conduct may be a considerably overlooked tool in managing employment affairs. Join our panelists Paul Fairweather and Phillip White, legal author and HR specialist as they explore how lawyers should approach codes of conduct.

Speakers
Colin J. Edstrom, Harris & Company LLP 
Philip White, Grosman, Grosman & Gale LLP

Moderator
Meghan Maddigan, Law Society of BC

This is the archived version of a program presented on June 18, 2015.

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Documentary evidence can make or break a case at trial and is critical to settlement negotiations. This webinar will provide counsel with tips and practices to: asses the evidentiary value of your case documents; use technology to organize your documents for trial to maximize documentary priorities and efficiency; and prepare you for the do’s and don’ts of submitting your documents at trial.

Speakers
Todd Bell, Schuman Daltrop Basran & Robin
Claire Hunter, Hunter Litigation Chambers
Ann Halkett, Litigation Support Manager, Alexander Holburn Beaudin + Lang LLP

Moderator
Rhona Lichtenwald, Hillcrest Law & Mediation

This is the archived version of a program presented on November 29, 2017.

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In this webinar, you will learn how to apply knowledge management principles in preparing practical precedents for your law practice. Topics include: applying insights from knowledge management, types of precedents and sources for precedents. Examples include: the new Family Law Act and the Wills, Estates and Succession Act and e-discovery. The presenters will show you how to create effective and dynamic precedent systems for your law practice.

Speakers
Chilwin Cheng, Legal Process Solutions
Euan F. Sinclair, Director, Knowledge Management, Lawson Lundell LLP

Moderator
Stuart Rennie, Legislation and Law Reform Officer, CBABC

This is the archived version of a program presented on October 29, 2013.

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KNO1013WR 2 2


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Personal injury and criminal law are distinct practice areas. But when personal injury and criminal law collide in a legal proceeding, it can cause major problems for litigators. With a personal injury litigator, Crown counsel and defence counsel as presenters this webinar will consider practical practice issues, including: Do you know how to get the evidence you need from the other side, be it the police or personal injury lawyer? Timing of criminal proceedings vs. personal injury proceedings? Use of testimony in either criminal or personal injury proceedings to establish liability and/or impeach the credibility of a witness? Don’t get banged up, get a leg up, take this course.

Speakers
Ken Armstrong, Stewart & Company, Vancouver
Mike Brundrett, Crown Counsel, Criminal Appeals & Special Prosecutions, Vancouver
Marilyn Sandford, Ritchie Sandford, Vancouver

Moderator
Stuart Rennie, Legislation and Law Reform Officer, CBABC

This is the archived version of a program presented on April 5, 2016.

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Join our esteemed and experienced faculty to learn about best practices for hot topic issues facing criminal lawyers practising criminal law in the BC Supreme Court and Provincial court.

Topics include:
• Technology in the courtroom
• Pre-trial motions
• Examination-in-chief, cross-examination and re-examination
• Unrepresented litigants
• Withdrawal of counsel

Speakers
The Honourable Madam Justice Miriam Maisonville, The Supreme Court Of British Columbia
The Honourable Judge Reginald Harris, The Provincial Court Of British Columbia
Michel Huot, Crown Counsel-Criminal Appeals & Special Prosecutions (CASP)
James Sutherland, Sutherland Jetté, Barristers

Moderator
Stuart Rennie, Legislation and Law Reform Officer, CBABC

This is the archived version of a program presented on May 29, 2012.

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Family businesses create over 50% of the GDP in Canada. Corporate issues arise daily in family transactions. Hear from our panel of corporate experts about what to look out for, creative opportunities for resolution and how to steer an amicable division of major family business assets.

Speakers
Judith Janzen, Onyx Law Group
Paul Lermitte, Legacy Family Office of Assante Wealth Management
Josephine Nadel, Owen Bird Law Corporation

Moderator
Meghan Maddigan, Law Society of BC

This is the archived version of a program presented on June 14, 2016.

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Civility in the courtroom is an integral part of the trial process. Lawyers have a moral and ethical duty to display good manners and professional decorum in court towards fellow lawyers, litigants and the court. However, in the heat the adversarial process, trial counsel can find themselves behaving without civility. In this course, a BC Supreme Court Justice and trial counsel will discuss the practical sides of civility in court. Learn what demonstrative conduct by counsel is off-side in court. Find out how to use technology in court with respect. See how to properly respond to uncivil conduct in court by self-represented litigants. If your clients want to attend court with you, find out how to prepare your clients to be civil in court. Using practical examples, insights from the literature, law and court practice and scenarios, the presenters will take participants through common "un-civil" and unprofessional situations in court and show how trial counsel can respond respectfully and ethically to such conduct. This course is especially suited for junior trial counsel.

Speakers
Mr. Justice Frits E. Verhoeven, Supreme Court of British Columbia
Claire E. Hunter, Hunter Litigation Chambers

Moderator
Stuart Rennie, Legislation and Law Reform Officer, CBABC

This is the archived version of a program presented on May 15, 2014.

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Medical records present a challenge for lawyers. Medical records often are difficult for lawyers to use and understand. This course will show how lawyers can analyze medical records and use them effectively in trial or in the management of a file.

Learn how to work with medical experts to decode medical jargon, assess the relative strengths and weaknesses or a case, identify relevant issues and create valuable event timelines. The course takes a multi-faceted approach with presenters being an immigration counsel, ICBC defence counsel and medical expert. Find out how to effectively and efficiently manage medical records in your practice.

Speakers
Kenneth Armstrong, Stewart & Company
Eileen Finnegan, Vancouver Litigation Support Services
Catherine A. Sas, Q.C., Miller Thomson LLP

Moderator
Stuart Rennie, Legislation and Law Reform Officer, CBABC

This is the archived version of a program presented on May 13, 2014.

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MED0514WR 2 2


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Practising law and being an employer at the same time is a challenge in today’s marketplace. Challenges include: finding and retaining employees, managing staff, work arrangements, using social media/technology, workplace privacy and compliance with the law. Join our expert panel of experienced employment practitioners as they take you through the employer-employee relationship and provide you with tips on how to be a top employer. Course content includes: the new BC Code of Professional Code (in force January 1, 2013 replacing the Professional Conduct Handbook) as it relates to employment, recruitment, interviewing, hiring, managing staff, work arrangements, employment contracts, independent contractors, partnership, social media and use of technology, employee privacy, WCB, human rights and the Employment Standards Act.

Speakers
Carman J. Overholt, QC, Overholt Law Corporation
Gabrielle M. Scorer, Roper Greyell LLP

Moderator
Stuart Rennie, Legislation and Law Reform Officer, CBABC

This is the archived version of a program presented on February 27, 2013.

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Join us for an engaging and thought-provoking panel of speakers. This course will cover many ethical issues facing both Corporate Counsel and Public Sector Lawyers. Topics include confidentiality, privilege, conflicts of interest, “dupe” rule, technology, corporate corruption, In-House counsel transfers, whistleblower protection and many more! Register today, as space is limited.

Speakers
Deborah A. Armour, Chief Legal Officer, Law Society of BC
Michel E. Belec, Vice President, Legal Services, TELUS
Alex A. Shorten, Barrister & Solicitor
Kenneth Yule, QC, Department of Justice Canada

Moderator
Stuart Rennie, Legislation and Law Reform Officer, CBABC

This is the archived version of a program presented on June 20, 2012.

*Please note that this recording does not include any self-test component.   Individual participants must watch this recording with at least one other lawyer or articled student in order to qualify for the Law Society of BC's CPD requirement.

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Whether your practice is defined by family, injury, estate, employment, business, insurance or other areas of law, in our coastal province, almost every lawyer’s practice will at some point cross paths with an aspect of marine law. Being able to identify these issues as they arise is key. This course outlines the most common resources and hazards of marine law confronted by non-marine lawyers. Relevant common law, legislation and practice points (including ethics) covered include: pleading injury and property claims and defences, limitation periods and amounts, vessel and licence transfers, marine security, liens and execution proceedings, marine insurance disputes, and claims for wages, salvage, trespass and bailment.

Speaker
G. Darren Williams, Lambert and Williams

This is the archived version of a program presented on March 4, 2015.

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Learn all about it! New hot topics in insurance defence litigation from leading senior defense counsel. Each presenter has a wealth of experience in his or her area of expertise: construction, professional liability/commercial litigation and ICBC defence. Attention new and intermediate practitioners: learn a new perspective on what good faith, honest performance and duty to defend really means!

Speakers
Gregory S. Miller, Lindsay Kenney LLP
John R. Singleton, QC, Singleton Urquhart LLP
Mary-Helen Wright, Pacific Law Group

Moderator
Stuart Rennie, Legislation and Law Reform Officer, CBABC

This is the archived version of a program presented on February 24, 2015.

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ID0215WR 2 0.5


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The American Bar Association reports that 75% of clients go online to find a lawyer.* That means legal writing these days is more than just drafting legal memoranda for clients or affidavits for court. Legal writing online is essential to practicing law. It’s now about the magic of the online space. In this webinar you will learn how to increase your competency in communicating online. Our expert presenters will show you how to apply effective writing rules, using practical examples, including: website press releases, blogs, Facebook and Twitter. Also, they will provide: Dos, don’ts, tips and tricks. Take this webinar so that you’re the Mastermind of your law practice online.

* ABA Journal, posted July 11, 2014 @ www.abajournal.com

Speakers
Heather Gray-Grant, Heather Gray-Grant Consulting
Doug Jasinski, Skunkworks Creative Group Inc.

Moderator
Stuart Rennie, Legislation and Law Reform Officer, CBABC

This is the archived version of a program presented on May 4, 2016.

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Intellectual property (IP) law is a fast moving area of law and always changing. Learn the basics of IP, including the latest changes regarding: copyright, trademark, anti-spam, key word advertising, social media, protection for apps, and the new emerging generic top-level domains. As a non-IP lawyer, stay current on IP law and find out how to protect your client’s IP rights and minimize risks of infringement.

Speakers
Jennifer A. Marles, Oyen Wiggs Green & Mutala LLP
Vincent K.S. Yip, Oyen Wiggs Green & Mutala LLP

Moderator
Stuart Rennie, Legislation and Law Reform Officer, CBABC

This is the archived version of a program presented on November 20, 2013.

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IP1113WR 2 0.5


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This webinar is a primer on securities law for new lawyers or lawyers interested in securities law fundamentals. Our experienced securities lawyers will demystify the securities law process focusing on basic securities tools, including: disclosure, registration and enforcement. You will learn about practice tips and how to avoid securities pitfalls.

Speakers
Veronica Armstrong, Solicitor
Harveen Thauli, Barrister & Solicitor

Moderator
Stuart Rennie, Legislation and Law Reform Officer, CBABC

This is the archived version of a program presented on April 19, 2018.

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SECPR18WR 2 2


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The Hear the Child Report in family law is new. The Hear the Child Report is intended to inform parents, their legal counsel and the Court of the views of the child regarding the parenting arrangements of the child. Increasingly, clients are requesting the Hear the Child Report and Courts are ordering them. As a result, those involved in family law matters need to know how to manage the process for the Hear the Child Report.

In this webinar, you will learn how to manage the process for the Hear the Child Report in a sensitive and effective manner. A practical scenario of parenting arrangements commonly found in family law practice will be used to guide the discussion from the start of the process of the Hear the Child Report to the end when it is filed in Court. You will learn about best practices in the Hear the Child Practice Guidelines. You will learn how to find trained child interviewers. Representative fee structures, a sample Hear the Child Report agreement and a precedent, suitable for filing in Court, will be provided.

Take this webinar and learn from the experts, who are qualified, in this emerging field on how to manage the process for the Hear the Child Report. You should take this course if you are: a counselor, clinical counselor, Family Justice Counsellor, mental health professional, mediator, arbitrator, social worker or family lawyer.

Speakers
Trudi Lynne Brown, QC, Brown Henderson Melbye
Mary E. Mouat, QC, Quadra Legal Centre
Bobbi Poushinsky, C.Med., Bobbi Poushinsky Mediation Services Inc.

Moderator
Stuart Rennie, Legislation and Law Reform Officer, CBABC

This is the archived version of a program presented on May 22, 2014.

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The rules concerning notices of application changed in 2010 and lawyers have been getting themselves in trouble ever since. Join us as The Honourable Madam Justice Heather MacNaughton, Kathryn Basran, and John Shields present on how to successfully draft your Chambers materials.

Speakers
Trudi Lynne Brown, QC, Brown Henderson Melbye
Mary E. Mouat, QC, Quadra Legal Centre
Bobbi Poushinsky, C.Med., Bobbi Poushinsky Mediation Services Inc.
 

Moderator
Meghan Maddigan, Law Society of BC

This is the archived version of a program presented on September 20, 2017.

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In the Age of the internet, websites, blogs and social media, the tort of defamation is expanding. From our online defamation experts, learn how to assess online defamation. Learn how online defamation is different from traditional defamation. Find out the practical tips for managing the online defamation file, including: interim relief, preservation of evidence, defences, jurisdiction and working with computer forensic experts. If your clients are doing business on the Internet, you need to take this course.

Speakers
Mark E. Fancourt-Smith, Lawson Lundell LLP
Marko Vesely, Lawson Lundell LLP

Moderator
Stuart Rennie, Legislation and Law Reform Officer, CBABC

This is the archived version of a program presented on April 3, 2014.

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As civil and family litigators, we spend most of our time in Chambers and often complain about the poor affidavit drafting of our opponents. What if we found out our affidavits aren’t quite passing muster? Are we improperly including hearsay? Is our language inflammatory or inappropriate? Are there other ways our affidavits may not be compliant or are ineffective? Could we be at risk of a complaint to the Law Society for unprofessional conduct? Are we complying with Best Practices for Family Lawyers? How can we improve our clients’ positions with effective drafting? Our panel includes: Master Heather MacNaughton, experienced human rights and administrative law lawyer and Master of the BC Supreme Court; Claire Hunter, seasoned civil litigator, Supreme Court of Canada clerk, called in NY State & BC, and pro bono advocate; Meghan J. Selinger, experienced family law litigator, co-instructor Family Law at UBC Allard Law and reviewer of the CLE Family Law Sourcebook; and moderator Rhona Lichtenwald. The panel will provide practical tips and guidance for effective drafting and how to avoid pitfalls and common problems, using concrete examples and techniques. This webinar will be hands-on and look at real life examples.

Speakers
Master Heather M. MacNaughton, Supreme Court of British Columbia
Claire E. Hunter, Hunter Litigation Chambers
Meghan J. Selinger, Hamilton Fabbro

Moderator
Rhona M. Lichtenwald, Hillcrest Law & Mediation

This is the archived version of a program presented on February 16, 2016.

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LIT0216WR 2 0.5


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Are you new to the practice of probate? Or simply frustrated with your application materials being bounced? Join experienced practitioners, Sherri Robinson and Geoff White, as they take you through the mastery and math of probate applications.

Speakers
Geoff White, Clark Wilson LLP 
Sherri Robinson, Centra Lawyers LLP

Moderator
Meghan Maddigan, Law Society of BC

This is the archived version of a program presented on August 23, 2017.

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The Missing Women Commission of Inquiry is one of the most significant inquiries in Canadian legal history. Established in 2010, the Commission of Inquiry examined the police investigations into the missing and murdered women from Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside between 1997 and 2002. The Commission heard nearly 100 days of evidence from 86 witnesses, admitted over 200 exhibits and written submissions with over 170,000 documents disclosed. In 2012, the Commissioner released the Commission’s final report, which was nearly 1500 pages long and making 63 recommendations.

This webinar will provide an analysis and update of the findings of fact and recommendations of the Missing Women Commission of Inquiry, with the Commissioner, The Honourable Wallace T. Oppal, QC, and Senior Commission Counsel, Art Vertlieb, QC

For lawyers interested in appearing before Commissions of Inquiry, learn about practice and procedure, Commissioner’s rulings, witness examination and conduct of the hearings.

Learn about how the Commission’s recommendations, findings of fact and evidence may have implications for: aboriginal law, administrative law, criminal law and public policy. This webinar is of special interest to lawyers practicing in these areas.

Speakers
The Honourable Wallace T. Oppal, QC, Boughton Law Corporation
Art Vertlieb, QC, MacKenzie Fujisawa LLP

Moderator
Stuart Rennie, Legislation and Law Reform Officer, CBABC

This is the archived version of a program presented on October 3, 2013.

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MIS1013WR 2 0.5


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The last years have seen an increase in the numbers of persons involved in court actions who choose to represent themselves. As lawyers, we are more and more regularly called upon to deal with self-represented litigants many of whom do not understand the rules of procedure and who can, in many cases, cause misunderstandings, protracted proceedings, and additional expense for the represented party whose counsel and staff can spend countless hours dealing with the self-represented litigant and in ensuring that their dealings are fair. In this webinar you will learn why litigants represent themselves (you may be surprised at what you hear) and receive advice from experts who will help you:

• Understand your ethical and professional responsibilities when it comes to dealing with self-represented litigants 
• Understand how to respond effectively to self-represented litigant’s (sometimes) inappropriate behaviour and unreasonable demands
• Find out how the judiciary communicates (and expects counsel to communicate) with self-represented litigants 
• Learn how to get results for your client while maintaining your own professional and ethical reputation
• Learn how to minimize your client’s expense and stress (and your stress as well) when dealing with self-represented litigants

Speakers
The Honourable Master Heather M. MacNaughton, Supreme Court of British Columbia 
The Honourable Judge Kathryn I. Denhoff, Provincial Crt BC-Vancouver-Family, Youth, Small Claims & Traffic 
Carla Lorraine Forth, QC, Guild Yule LLP

Moderator
Kathryn Sainty, Sainty Law

This is the archived version of a program presented on June 18, 2015.

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Want to be a fly on the wall in a discussion amongst a judge and two lawyers, with over 80 years of combined practical and successful court experience? Here’s your chance! We have assembled an A-Team of family and civil law panelists: Judge Patricia Bond, a family litigation and collaborative law practitioner for 20+ years, Law Society Bencher and a Provincial Court Judge; Robert V. Burns, 32 years as a civil litigator at all levels of court in BC and the Federal Court of Canada; and Jeanette Kovacs, with almost 30 years’ experience as a family litigator at all levels of BC courts and the Supreme Court of Canada. Moderated by Rhona M. Lichtenwald. Our panel will provide effective tools and organizational tips for successful trial preparation. Discussions will include how to avoid common errors and pitfalls, how to analyze your case and your opponent’s case for strengths and weaknesses, what order to call your witnesses and strategies in preparing your openings, direct exam, cross-examination and closing arguments to maximize effectiveness. Practical and essential tools in any civil or family litigator’s arsenal.

Speakers
The Honourable Judge Patricia M. Bond, Provincial Court BC-Surrey
Robert V. Burns, North Shore Law LLP
Janette E. Kovacs, Waterstone Law Group LLP

Moderator
Rhona M. Lichtenwald, Hillcrest Law & Mediation

This is the archived version of a program presented on May 10, 2016.

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LIT0516WR 2 0.5


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Have you ever wondered how expert litigators prepare and plan their Examinations for Discovery? Helping you to uncover the truth, our panel of experts will unearth and reveal effective preparation tips and guide you through the process, using everyday examples in both civil and family law practice. You will learn how to create a “clean” transcript and how to properly use your transcript at trial for reading in admissions and for impeachment on cross-examination. How can you keep your examinations within the time limits and obtain the information you need? How do you structure and sequence your questions? Our panel includes: Justice Kenneth N. Affleck, a senior litigation lawyer, former partner at Affleck Hira Burgoyne and BC Supreme Court Justice; Jonathan J. Weisman, Vice-Chair of the CBABC Civil Litigation-Vancouver Section, experienced civil, commercial and estate litigator, and instructor SFU Business Law; Meghan J. Selinger, experienced family law litigator, co-instructor Family Law at UBC Allard Law and reviewer of the CLE Family Law Sourcebook; and moderator Rhona Lichtenwald. Practical tips and strategies to prepare and conduct your Examinations will be discussed, including pitfalls to avoid and how to best prepare your client for the process.

Speakers
The Honourable Mr. Justice Kenneth N. Affleck, Supreme Court of British Columbia
Meghan J. Selinger, Hamilton Fabbro
Jonathan J. Weisman, Holmes & King

Moderator
Rhona M. Lichtenwald, Hillcrest Law & Mediation

This is the archived version of a program presented on April 14, 2016.

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LIT0416WR 2 0.5


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The first in a two-part series on unbundling, this session is about showing you what is possible with a limited retainer model of practice. JP Boyd, Kari Boyle and Sarah Westwood walk lawyers through how you can approach unbundling without fear. We'll talk about ethical obligations, practical approaches and long term strategies and along the way provide feedback for a toolkit that is coming in Part Two.

Speakers
John-Paul Boyd, The Canadian Research Institute for Law and the Family
Kari D. Boyle
Sarah M. Westwood, Yuen Westwood Law Corporation

Moderator
Meghan Maddigan, Law Society of BC

This is the archived version of a program presented on August 18, 2016.

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**The quiz information is legal information only, not legal advice. If you intend to rely on this legal information, use the relevant official paper versions of the statutes and regulations. The quiz information is only current as of the date of the original webinar broadcast, or date as specified within each individual quiz.