Trusts and Estates litigators will introduce the viewers to the brand new Fourth Edition of its popular Guide to the California Rules of Professional Conduct for Estate Planning, Trust and Probate Counsel, go through rules and scenarios.
The US stock market had the best November since 1987. 2020 has kicked off the new decade with some of the most unpleasant surprises starting with a global pandemic, raging fires, devastating hurricanes, worldwide economic collapses, historic job losses, rising deaths from COVID-19, protests and violence in several US cities, a new Supreme Court member (the third appointed by President Trump), and now the added chaos from a contested election.
How Not to Die; How Not to Diet Conquering Chronic Disease & Preexisting Conditions in a Pandemic and Post Pandemic World
California Consumer Privacy Act became effective as of January 1, 2020. Businesses are obliged to implement brand new processes to comply with regulatory requirements.
This webinar will go over the understanding of different types of bias from macro to micro. Discussing the impact of cultural bias and who is affected. Working tools to implement and eliminate cultural bias.
Open source software (OSS) is ubiquitous, yet OSS legal issues are often misunderstood or not even identified in the first place. This webinar will provide a primer on OSS legal matters.
This program will provide an overview of the Rules of Professional Conduct (and other ethical constraints) that might be applicable to those activities commonly engaged in by real property practitioners that may go beyond or fall outside the practice of law.
Join the California Lawyers Foundation for the first in our speaker series. This program is a fundraiser to support the California Lawyers Foundation (https://calawyersfoundation.org/) Suggested Donation is $25.00 - $50.00 and will support Diversity Fellowship programs in rural communities.
This webinar will offer practical tips for handling and advising on IP issues that arise for video game developers.
Bias resides in the 99+% of how we unconsciously process information in any given moment. Most of the time, it serves us very well. Understanding when it doesn’t is key to improving our decisions, relationships and organizations.