Happy New Year 2018! It’s now official … we’re all members of the brand new, California Lawyers Association (CLA) following a separation of the former Sections of the California State Bar into this new, independent organization. The CLA’s website may be found at cla.legal. The CLA’s website remains a work in progress but it does contain useful information in a FAQ section that, for example, advises that current section memberships have automatically been transferred to the CLA and continued membership status can be renewed via the State Bar annual dues statement or online via the State Bar’s “My State Bar Profile.” The “My State Bar Profile” will also remain the place to confirm section membership (and licensing) status. Information specific to each section, including educational offerings, will soon be listed on the CLA’s new website.
- David Skaggs
By Ray Correio
California: Apportionment of Permanent Disability Related to Genetics and Heredity: Is It A Causational Diversionary Red Herring?
The recent decision from the Court of Appeal in City of Jackson v. Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board (Rice) (2017) 11 Cal.App. 5th 109 , 2017 Cal.App. LEXIS 383 (certified for publication), has justifiably engendered wide spread controversy in the workers’ compensation community as evidenced by numerous articles and upcoming seminars related to analysis of the case as well as proposed litigation strategies all focused on what may be a causational diversionary red herring. Read More
See Online CLE and click on Workers' Compensation to find out how you can get online participatory MCLE credit for Workers' Compensation programs at your convenience. Choose from a wide selection of MCLE programs at both modem and broadband connection speeds. For information about other options for CLE credit, see Education .
Continuing Education of the Bar, California (CEB) is extending some special discount offers to our section. As a member of the Section, you're eligible for:
Information about the section dues rebate program can be found on the CEB Web site.
Workers' Compensation Section
California Lawyers Association
180 Howard Street, Suite 410
San Francisco, CA 94105