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Compare & Contrast: Basic Website Tips to Improve Engagement - Free, Non-Credit Program; RI Superior Court Settlement Week; Update to the RI Division of Taxation RI Dealer’s Statement of Sale - Motor Vehicle Form

The FREE, non-credit, technology program series, Compare & Contrast is back for the 2022-2023 season! The first session, Compare & Contrast: Basic Website Tips to Improve Engagement, is scheduled for Monday, October 3rd at 12:30 pm via Zoom. Jared Correia of Red Cave Law Firm Consulting and Attorney Mike Goldberg, co-chair of the Bar’s Technology in the Practice Committee, will review their tops tips to improve your firm’s website engagement, and take questions on the subject.

Lots of law firms have websites; and, that means that lots of law firms have pretty bad websites, as it turns out. But, there are a number of things that attorneys can do to differentiate themselves from the pack, and create compelling and engaging websites. In this program, we’ll discuss some tips to improve website engagement that may be surprisingly simple.

This quick (30 minute) and free presentation will get you the information you need to make an informed choice. Please click here to register for the program via Zoom.

As a reminder, this series will review different law-related products and services and each webinar will be focused on a certain topic. In just 30 minutes, Jared will discuss what makes the most sense for members depending on practice size and budget. All sessions will be recorded and available to view free of charge on the Bar’s Law Practice Management page on



According to an email from RI Superior Court Presiding Justice Alice B. Gibney, the Superior Court will conduct Settlement Week in the Frank Licht Judicial Complex during the week of December 12, 2022 from Monday through Wednesday.

The Court plans to conduct mediations in person on the 4th Floor of the Courthouse. Only those cases in which clients’ availability and willingness to negotiate have been confirmed will be mediated. Clients and those with settlement authority must be present. Lien holders must be informed by counsel of the mediation session and should also be available for purposes of negotiation.

The Mediation Submission Form must be signed by counsel for all active parties involved with a case. Please review the Mediation Submission Form carefully and note that all information must be complete and accurate in order to schedule a matter. Submission Forms must be electronically filed. A one-page case summary of each party's position is required by November 11. Please use the code “Mediation Submission Form” (or “Mediation Summary” as applicable) when e-filing and indicate in the comment box if you are filing for the Plaintiff or Defendant. Further, when filing a Mediation Submission Form please ensure that all opposing counsel have agreed to participate and have been certified. It is imperative that the proper codes be used when filing electronically. 

Cases that are not properly submitted will not be scheduled for mediation. Should you have any questions, please contact Mary Smith in the Arbitration Office at 222-6147.



According to a notice from the RI Division of Taxation, this fall, the Division will implement updates to the ‘Rhode Island Dealer’s Statement of Sale - Motor Vehicle’ form. This form is also commonly known as the Form T-336-1

Form T-336-1 is filed by a licensed motor vehicle dealer at the time of the sale of a motor vehicle from the dealership. More information is available regarding this advisory by clicking here