Antique Car Museum 6800 Mahan Drive Tallahassee, FL  BBC Member - $65.00 Non-Member - $80.00 Student - $45.00 (member/non-member) Seminar Fee Includes:      Breakfast      Lunch      Drawing for Door Prizes              including winning              admission to 2012              seminar      Sat., March 26, 2011 7:30 a.m. Antique Car Museum 6800 Mahan Drive Tallahassee, FL 850-942-0137      Museum Tour Option 1 hour for $5 7 CLE Hours (including 2 Ethics) Join the Big Bend Chapter of the Paralegal Association of Florida for their 2011 Spring Seminar.  Topics are varied and relevant, and 7 hours of CLE Credit (including 2 hours of Ethics)  Compare our seminar to others and you will see we offer more bang for you buck.  Similar day-long seminars are being offered at almost 3 times the cost! Big Bend Chapter of the Paralegal Association of Florida March 26  7:30 a.m. “Burn Notice” - Workers Compensation Explained Maureen Proctor, Esquire - Proctor & Kole, LLC Topics Include:  I’m still hurt but the doctor says I can go back to work; what can I do?   Can they fire me because of my injury?    Why can’t I sue my employer?   Why can’t I treat with my own doctor?   What exactly does a workers’ compensation attorney do, and how do I pay for services?   Describe the relationship between social security disability and workers’ compensation. Spring Seminar 2011  Lorem Ispum dolor sit amet Est tempor Excepteur consectetur non deserunt veniam dolor tempor   t: 01234 000000 f: 01234 000000 m: 01234 000000 Unit 2 Xara Business Park Gaddesden Industrial Estate Hemel Hempstead Hertfordshire HP2 6EX e: sales@web.web w: www.xara.com “Let’s Make a Deal” - Auto Insurance Basics  James E. Messer, Jr., Esquire - Fonvielle Lewis Foote & Messer Topics Include:  What exactly is “full coverage”?   Can 15 minutes really save you money?   Discount!! ...Or is it?  What are they not telling you -- UM coverage explained.   Dealing with Deductibles. “Survivor versus Grey’s Anatomy” - Nursing Home and Medical Malpractice Claims Scott E. Gwartney, Esquire - Brooks LeBoeuf Bennett Foster & Gwartney James W. Gustafson, Jr., Esquire - Searcy Denney Scarola & Barnhart Topics Include:  What constitutes a valid Nursing Home or Medical Malpractice claim?  In the event of death or incapacity, who can pursue a claim? t: 01234 000000 f: 01234 000000 m: 01234 000000 e: sales@web.web w: www.xara.com “The Defenders” - Safety Issues in the Workplace Officer William Faust, Tallahassee Police Department, Community Relations & Crime Prevention Unit Topics Include:  Does your office have a plan in place if disaster strikes?  Weapons in the workplace.  Personal self-defense--don’t be a victim.  Do’s & Don’ts for your own safety.  “Extreme Makeover” - Medicare and Medicaid Subrogation Liens Mary Skinner, Garretson Firm Resolution Group Topics Include:  Changes in handling and processing Medicare and Medicaid subrogation liens.  Can I dispute some of the charges?   What about economic losses?  Misconceptions of the new rules–putting Medicare on the settlement check. “Desperate Paralegals”  – Ethical issues and the Paralegal Martha Harrell Chumbler, Esquire - Carlton Fields Michael P. Donaldson, Esquire - Carlton Fields Topics Include:  Separation of family, friends and job.   Public venues and cell phones.   Ethics and E-discovery.   ABA Model/Florida Bar Guidelines: what violations constitute investigation for possible disciplinary action and what kinds of disciplinary actions are levied?   NALA Code of Ethics:  Why should we be concerned?   What happens if we do something wrong?   But I was just doing what my lawyer told me to do!   Jail?  Fines?  Loss of Certification.   Examples of recent situations resulting in disciplinary action.  Ms. Chumbler will also put us in “Jeopardy” with role play situations. “$#*! My Client Says” – Ethical Issues Pertaining to Social Media Martha Harrell Chumbler, Esquire - Carlton Fields Michael P. Donaldson, Esquire - Carlton Fields Topics Include:  Facebook, Myspace and other Pitfalls.   Regulation of Social Media.   Protecting your client (depo excerpts on YouTube).   Networking and Communications–The Client, The Paralegal, The Attorney Truthfulness – what social media information you can and can’t utilize.  Respect for clients; opposing counsel, their clients and other parties; Impartiality and decorum.   “Law & Order meets The Office” – Writing Skills for the Paralegal Jeanne B. Curtin, Legal Writing Professor, Florida State University College of Law Topics Include:  Know your audience.   If you can’t understand it – how will the client?   The Boss – if he doesn’t look good, you don’t look good.   The re-read walk-about.        FOR RESERVATIONS Complete the registration form and mail it with payment to:  Big Bend Chapter of PAF c/o Claire C. Davis, CP, FRP 3375 Capital Circle N.E., Building A Tallahassee, FL  32308 850-445-0612 Reservations must be received by March 12, 2011.  No refunds after that date.   Catering by Carrie Ann & Company Antique Car Museum     PRIMARY SPONSORS Catering by Carrie Ann & Company.         SILVER SPONSORS        BRONZE SPONSORS Cummings Scientific, LLC