This panel will review the updates on California's new ethics rules.
This orientation will discuss the journal and the different roles the members of the editorial team play in the publication process from the solicitation of articles to the publication of a finished journal.
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, and recent increased health measures, it is high time we discuss the intersectionality between COVID-19 and race. Specifically this Town Hall will focus on the disparate impact that COVID-19 is having on black and brown communities.
This program offers 1 participatory MCLE credit. This program will provide key information on how disputes work in international cross-border transactions and how to avoid disputes. Litigation and transactional lawyers will find this program essential. Key topics covered will include basics and strategies regarding litigation versus arbitration, jurisdiction, venue, service of process, choice of law,…
Whether it’s a chance to connect with others virtually or a chance to get away from attempts to impersonate a teacher, we can all use a break. CLA is offering regular come-as-you-are, informal opportunities to chat with fellow attorneys from around the state via Zoom.
Free MCLE! This webinar will be a review of some of the types of appealable judgments and orders we commonly see in family law practice.
Even before the applicant is seen by the PQME, a lot can be litigated about the PQME. This presentation addresses the most frequent issues that arise before the PQME evaluation, including how the WCAB addresses disputes about the medical specialty, timing of the PQME request, cancellation of the PQME evaluation, replacement panels and timeliness of the reports, and more.
Join us for the 6th Annual Women in Leasing Law Symposium, Dec 7-11.
While recreational and medical use of marijuana is now legal in California, marijuana remains a Schedule 1 restricted drug under the Federal Controlled Substances Act, which prohibits the production, distribution, sale, use and possession of marijuana.
The panel will focus on "Hot Topics in Wage and Hour Law" in 2020 and provide perspectives from the Plaintiff and Defense side.