Effective representation of a client in mediation requires skills, strategies, and techniques that differ from those used in court.
Join this session to learn about the latest neuroscience behind sleep, and its impact on mental health, substance use, ethical behavior, and performance. Join us to learn the latest neuroscience behind trust and how to generate the moral molecule—oxytocin—to enhance ethical behavior, performance, joy (yes, there is a biochemical basis for joy), and better self-care practices.
In this fun, one hour CLE we will go into details about what to expect when making digital forensics part of your cases. Digital forensics have long piqued the interest of anyone that wants access to that almost magical ability to know what happened in the past. Better than our memories are the facts that can be found on a digital device.
Easy but robust: Learn about Documate, a powerful document automation tool with client-facing features to automate your templates.
According to the “Stop AAPI Hate” report, since March 2020, approximately 4000 anti-Asian hate incidents have been reported across the nation. Out of which, Californians account for 44% of such incidents. The act of violence in Atlanta is not one isolated incident but contributes to the continuing rise of violence and hate crime against the AAPI community across the nation.
Welcome to the 26th Annual Public Sector Conference! We are proud to provide you with two days of fantastic programs and speakers. Topics will cover our traditional annual update of labor and employment laws, as well as PERB basics, reasonable accommodations, workplace violence prevention, and intersectionality in workplace investigations.
The panelists will explore the wild world of patents, including Canopy Growth’s recent patent litigation against GW Pharmaceuticals, which has concerned many in the cannabis space.
This webinar will examine how the new sub-chapter V has been implemented in the bankruptcy courts the past year since its effective date. The panel will discuss key provisions of sub-chapter V, and will examine best practices from the perspectives of the sub-chapter V debtor, creditor and trustee.
The lack of access to justice – including access to the courts and legal representation – perpetuates environmental injustices endured by communities and undermines the public’s confidence in government agencies