Brody Reid talks about Liens at VTLA Paralegal Seminar in Richmond, Virginia
This past Thursday, ReidGoodwin’s Brody Reid attended the Annual VTLA Paralegal-Palooza Seminar in Richmond, VA. This event brought paralegals from all over Virginia to mingle and attend seminars on topics such as, legal research, liens, ESI, Ethics, and Social Security. These seminars gave them working tools and information that they could immediately begin applying to their work lives. The seminars were not practice area specific, however, there were breakout sessions for Criminal Law, Family Law, and Civil Practice.
In a talk titled “Easy Come, Easy Go: Keeping Money for your Clients and Facing Liens,” Reid spoke about how liens can impact a case from start to finish. He also discussed how liens can come back to be problematic, even after a case is closed, if they are not dealt with accordingly throughout the process. Reid frequently speaks at VTLA events. He most recently spoke at the VTLA Evidence Seminar and the VTLA Advanced Workers’ Compensation Retreat.
VTLA is a voluntary bar association that was founded in 1959 in Virginia. They work to educate about the importance of the jury and the trial lawyer. There are 2,000 members who represent clients all over Virginia. Each year, they host a number of educational events, such as conferences and seminars for lawyers and paralegals state-wide.
VTLA always has upcoming retreats and seminars. To learn more about what they do and how you can get involved, visit their website!