This course will navigate you through a successful receivership process and discuss the pros and cons of receiverships.
In this eye-opening book, the lawyer who with his students fought and won the first Endangered Species Act case to be adjudicated before the Supreme Court – known officially as Tennessee Valley Authority v. Hill – tells the fascinating story behind one of the nation’s most significant environmental law battles.
** Note: This program is canceled **
In this presentation, Ms. Brown provides a more holistic approach to the legal profession, including: How to think of your practice as a business; Why emotional intelligence is an important key to success; Why introspection is an essential element of true confidence; and the difference between being a leader as opposed to a boss.
The California Consumer Privacy Act requires companies to make several changes to its business and marketing strategies as well as IT operations. This webinar will highlight the latest guidance provided by the California Office of the Attorney General and provide practical tips for how lawyers can help their clients reduce uncertainties about the future of privacy and mitigate litigation and enforcement risks.
CLA is offering weekly come-as-you-are, informal opportunities to chat with fellow attorneys from around the state via Zoom.
This seminar takes a look at lease provisions that may be triggered by the pandemic, as well as novel defenses that may be applicable at this time. We will also explore strategies for seeking and providing lease relief.
As such, distinct technical approaches are often needed considering the Gore and Torres factors to develop an overall allocation. These factors include both technical and nontechnical considerations that the trier of fact must weigh to arrive at the overall allocation. This article reviews the legal and technical framework in allocating cleanup costs at hazardous waste sites and presents several case histories illustrating the integration of fact, science and law in the final allocation.
This course will discuss the laws that require trial courts to consider evidence of domestic violence when determining requests for spousal support, property division, and attorneys’ fees orders in marital dissolution and separation cases.
In the wake of the COVID-19 we find ourselves embracing remote advocacy and the inherent unique challenges presented in connection with this new world. One major change is that many of our hearings will now be remote video hearings in courtrooms.