The webinar will be a general discussion of the basic U.S. and California income tax rules that apply to nonresident aliens, including determining when a person is a U.S. or California resident for U.S. federal and California income tax purposes. In addition, the discussion will center on the kinds of U.S. and California-source income that is subject to tax in the hands of nonresident aliens, and tax planning strategies that can be implemented in connection therewith (including the effect of income tax treaties on residency issues and substantive income tax issues.)
Tracy Duell-Cazes, a Certified Family Law Specialist and frequent lecturer, will discuss when and why a contempt action should be filed and when and why it should not be filed. There will also be a discussion of the basics of filing a contempt motion. This session does not cover a discussion of defending a contempt motion. This will be covered in a follow up session to be announced.
We cordially invite you to join the CLA's Real Property Law Section for its 4th annual Summer Soiree at the Loma Club in San Diego. This highly anticipated event unites real property professionals in an unforgettable evening of power networking. Co-sponsored with the San Diego County Bar Association's Real Property Law Section and CLA's Solo and Small Firm Section, over 100 attorneys, realtors, appraisers, lenders, investors, and other industry professionals are expected to attend. Attendees will experience live entertainment, partake in local spirit and wine tastings, and savor warm appetizers.
2018 has offered up some earthquakes in Labor & Employment. As we take a look at these decisions, their immediate impact, and the ripples following in their wakes, we look ahead to 2019 and a newly constituted US Supreme Court and California Supreme Court.
The procedures for the taking of evidence followed in international arbitration differ greatly from domestic litigation and arbitration in the US. Depositions, wide ranging document discovery and written interrogatories will generally be excluded and arbitral hearings are often far shorter than what one finds in domestic cases. These differences can often come as a surprise to US counsel who are not experienced in the field.
The title says it all. Lawyers can get into ethical trouble when we tweet whether it's in he course of their practice, or on our own time. Join the "CLE Performer", Stuart Teicher, Esq., as he talks about misrepresentation concerns (Rule 4.1), problems with self-promotion (Rule 7.1) and the conflict issues (Rule 1.7) that lawyers face when using the Platform.
Intellectual property infringement on social media is both common, and often difficult to prevent. This is especially true for trademark infringement, which lacks something as straightforward as the DMCA. Join Tom Kulik from Scheef & Stone for a webinar on the practical considerations of reporting IP infringement to social media platforms: when it's appropriate, how to go about it, and how to maximize your success.
Lisa McCall, a certified family law specialist, and Todd Lundell, a certified appellate specialist, will provide an overview of how to preserve your record for appeal during trial, as well as how to handle the Statement of Decision and post-judgment motions in a family law case.
The 2019 Annual Income Tax Seminar is on Friday, June 28, 2019 at Catamaran Resort Hotel and Spa. This program is co-sponsored by CalCPA. Earn 9 hours CPE for CPAs; 9 hours continuing education for enrolled agents. Learn more about our program and we hope to see you there.
Join us Friday, June 28, 2019 for the Summer Trusts and Estates Education Conference in Sacramento. It'll be a day full of educational opportunities. You don't want to miss out on speakers such as Jeremy Moffitt, Lydia L. Lockett, Ellen McKissock and many more. We want to see you there!