“I’m not sure which recent purchase NBI wants reviewed. However, the problem I’m encountering with many of these NBI videos is that the speakers don’t have enough content, stamina, and organization to keep me interested for six hours. That’s a lot of time to spend on listening to the speakers’ irrelevant anecdotes, political opinions, and trite comments. Editing is needed.”
“So tired of receiving garbage emails from NBI. I have requested you fix it on numerous occasions but you seem unable to take care of business in a professional manner. What do I think about companies who routinely send out these emails? Not much! Get it together NBI! You can afford to get this fixed. It’s been going on at least a year. Sad.
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Dear Robert, The following OnDemand course is now available in your online account. The following link will take you to your online user account: My AccountProgram Info:The Life of a TrustCopyright Date: September, 2020Course Access Expiration Date: April 15, 2021We invite you to browse our website, www.nbi-sems.com where you will find the largest, most diverse catalog of continuing legal education.Explore Courses | Live Online Seminars | Live WebinarsOnDemand & Downloads | CDs, DVDs, & Books | Unlimited CLEQuestions? We are happy to help! Please contact our Customer Service Department at 877-624-7707.Thank you!877-624-7707 ==============”
“I love the ease in ordering webinars. I feel the area of digital forensics should be broadened, allowing for more webinar options. My only critique after having attended several seminars is that between the presenters topics are being duplicated and seem somewhat repetitive. One individual on my most recent webinar had a bullet list of items to cover and she only covered 4/6 due to being long winded. I was very happy with the continued service after lunch/breaks.”
“NBI has a very good selection of continuing legal education courses. The on demand option is great for flexible scheduling. I wish NBI had an app for iPhones, which would simplify log in and listening on the go.”
Posted 6 days ago
Thank you for this feedback! We have passed this along to the relevant internal team.
“I like that they have hundreds and hundreds of topics to choose from. You can find exactly the course that you need. Plus it is very easy to use. From searching and ordering to viewing your seminar and submitting credit, NBI makes it simple and fast.”
“With respect to the September 15, 2020 webinar on "how to cross examine vocational experts" Meredith Marcus and Dana Duncan as speakers were really focused on the social security practice with respect to this topic. The other speaker, Dennis O'Brien, on the substance of cross examination was more general and as his practice is not limited to social security disability but includes also apparently personal injury and workers compensation cases. He spoke about ethics as well and again this presentation was broader than the so security disability practice which actually has some unique aspects to it whereby the Social Security Administration, for example, requires attorneys to submit "all evidence" even if unfavorable and there are special procedures about withdrawing as the attorney. Mr. O'Brien, for the ethics portion of his talk did you have a concrete example of a colleague who fortunately had documented well in the file advice to the client when years later it was inquiry made about that former client's conduct with Social Security.
Meredith Marcus did over some sample testimony with respect to cross examine the VE's that was helpful and Dana Duncan gave a number of examples of applying the claimant's specific case to the VE testimony.
I did have some technical issues during the webinar and that I would lose the audio but that may be I need to improve however I connected with NBI for this seminar. The tech support of NBI was helpful when I called and basically I just had to get out of the seminar and log back into the link I received an email but I had to do this several times throughout the program when the speaker would still be on the screen but I could not hear the presentation.”