The combining of two civil disciplines, substantive torts and procedural torts, this course applies the substantive definition of torts to the procedrual requirements of filing complaints in the areas of intentional torts, negligent torts, and strict liability torts. This course is ideal for the beginner to intermediate paralegal/legal assistant specializing in civil litigation matters.
The Program Outline/Agenda is as follows:
Total Program Lecture Time: 31 Minutes
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Joe Zavaglia is a Professor of Legal Studies. Mr. Zavaglia has taught at Seton Hall University School of Law as well as Temple University. Mr. Zavaglia also serves as the Director of Legal Seminars for the Academy of Continuing Education for the Professions, LLC.
Mr. Zavaglia received his Juris Doctorate from Seton Hall University School of Law. He is licensed to practice law in New Jersey, New York, and Tennessee. Currently, he serves as Of Counsel at Lomurro, Davison, Eastman & Munoz in Freehold, New Jersey. Mr. Zavaglia has also been approved to teach continuing education courses to real estate agents and title professionals.
Mr. Zavaglia has over thirty years of legal lecturing and paralegal training experience in the following areas: Contracts, Torts, Civil Litigation, Civil Procedure, Corporate Law, Moot Court, Property, Estates, Entertainment Law, Legal Ethics, and Legal Research & Writing.