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This course will address new case law and recent statutory revisions which promise to affect the practice of construction law in California in the years to come.
Depositions can make or break a case. This course offers tips for how to take and prepare for an effective deposition, whether you’re asking questions or defending the witness.
This program will analyze legal issues connected to "Social Media” in the public sector workplace, including how social media can be a tool in the litigation arsenal of public employers and employees alike. Learn about the constitutional boundaries at play, and where the government’s interest as the employer intersects with a public employee’s 1st Amendment rights.
Calling all young lawyers! Come join us for fun and discussion with some of California’s best antitrust and privacy lawyers. You will get to network and discuss various topics in an informal “break-out room” setting.
We will look at criteria that is required to perform an Almaraz/Guzman analysis, and whether a failure to satisfy those criteria can be overcome. Various Almaraz/Guzman techniques will be examined, including criteria required for adding versus combining impairment ratings, and rating by analogy.
Partnerships are an important part of United States tax administration and a major tax planning vehicle. This Webinar is part of a series that will be a valuable introductory course on the partnership lifecycle. For experienced tax professionals seeking to grow their skills, this course will also be useful as a refresher course to partnership mechanics.
Gaf, and Paul Najar, Gafcon’s Vice President and General Counsel, will discuss the commercial and residential changes coming to San Diego’s waterfront and the associated legal challenges.
What you need to know about why, when, and how to file a writ petition; tips on how to avoid writ traps (including how to manage those incredibly short time limits); what the various court of appeal orders mean; and the insights of a practitioner who handled thousands of petitions in her nearly-40 years as a writs attorney in the Second District.
The program will examine the concept of genericness and its place in the “spectrum of marks.” It will then look at the USSC decision in Booking.com as well as the dissent. Finally, the program will look at the potential practical consequences of the Court’s holding on genericness, trademark registration, and trademark enforcement. The program will also include a discussion of the use of survey evidence in genericness cases.