Monthly Archives: April 2009

RED FLAG RULES IN HEALTHCARE

The new “Red Flag Rules” issued by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) require certain types of healthcare providers to implement identity theft prevention programs by May 1, 2009. The recent buzz about the Red Flag Rules and how to identify suspicious “red flag” transactions has healthcare providers asking a lot of questions and getting few answers.
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Inserting the Section Symbol in Legal Documents

We all enjoy learning new tricks in legal writing, which is riddled with obscurities and sometimes even arcane absurdities. One in particular we’ll discuss here is “§,” the section symbol. What Does the Section Symbol Mean? The section symbol “§” is a typographical character often used to refer to a particular section of a statute and regulation.
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NTI’s 1st CSWA training report

It has been a long, fast and furious week here in room 159 at NTI.  I held the 1st Certified SolidWorks Associate Exam prep course with what ended up to be 4 outstanding individuals all with a common goal, to get help to earn an industry recognized certification from SolidWorks Corp. In 12 hours these
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Innovations in Training: Resistance Stretching & Flexibility

Anne Tierney, MS, and Steve Sierra are co-founders of Innovative Body Solutions. They travel the country delivering resistance stretching workshops and certifications which are accredited by NASM, ISSA, and NCBTMB. Anne, a past collegiate athlete and Academic All-American, and Steve, a NASM certified trainer focusing on functional training, specialize in training Olympic and professional athletes.
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JOB SEARCH TIPS

  Job Search Tips Provided at the University of St. Thomas MBA in Health Care Workshop April 9, 2009 Networking Over 80% of jobs are secured utilizing a ‘networking’ process Set  up ‘networking groups’ Best ‘network’ is to know someone within the company – to promote your application Be careful what you put on social
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Law Day 2009 Celebrates Lincoln’s Birthday

Law Day 2009 celebrates the bicentennial of the birth of Abraham Lincoln, regarded by many as the nation’s greatest president. Lincoln, who devoted much of his adult life to the practice of law and once served as a bar examiner, was the quintessential American lawyer-president. Each Law Day is built around a central theme. Listed
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Online Social Networking for Legal Professionals

Social networking sites such as LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter allow legal professionals to interact in a variety of ways. As of April 2009, the National Federation of Paralegal Associations, Inc. group on LinkedIn included 447 members. Similarly, the Paralegal Network group on LinkedIn boasts 603 members and the Paralegal Gateway group has over 1,000 members
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