Saturday, June 6, 2020. Join the Orange County Legal Tech Series from your home!
This course covers both substantive (knowing the law), as well as procedural tips (knowing how to act like an attorney).
The impact of Brexit on global economies and international business is far from certain, but it is already significant. Renowned Brexit expert, Dr Vincent Power, will provide an update on the current state of play in relation to the Brexit process and will discuss where things are likely to go from here.
Our speakers will discuss the appellate process for trusts and estates litigation matters. Considering the standard of review, avoiding waiver, and preserving or avoiding the record through the use of the statement of decision and the use or avoidance of court reporters are issues for practitioners to consider while still at the trial level.
Our panelists will share with you the soup to nuts details of a life as a lawyer working for the California Court of Appeal, California Supreme Court, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, and Supreme Court of the United Status. They will explain the application and selection process, including practical tips for how much experience is typically required, the interview process, and how to accept an offer of employment.
How you negotiate in these situations may also permanently impact your practice and reputation. And it will certainly affect your results, for yourself and your clients. Learn what strategies and tactics you should use - and what you should avoid - during these surreal times.
CLA is offering weekly come-as-you-are, informal opportunities to chat with fellow attorneys from around the state via Zoom.
This webinar will provide tips to help young attorneys identify red flags during an EDD or IRS tax audit that could indicate that the case is turning criminal. It will also provide guidance and practice tips in dealing with potential criminal exposure and how to better represent clients in those situations.
In the wake of the COVID-19 we find ourselves embracing remote depositions as the new norm. While there are unique challenges to taking or defending depositions remotely, the benefits outweigh the limitations for those who are knowledgeable and prepared. Many court reporting companies have developed audio-visual deposition technologies and understanding generally how this works will enable you to take a far more effective deposition remotely.
This webinar will explore the antitrust implications and the economic analysis of health care provider consolidation in California. Panelists will use the Sutter case as a centerpiece to discuss antitrust issues and risk in horizontal consolidation of health care providers.