President Trump recently signed Executive Order 13928, which declared that any investigation of U.S. military operations in Afghanistan by the International Criminal Court (ICC) poses a threat to the national security of the United States. The order authorizes the U.S. Treasury Department to impose financial sanctions and travel restrictions on lawyers, judges and other employees of the court.
The End of Life Option Act (EoLOA) became law in California in June 2016. Although simple on its face, implementation of the law can be complex.
This program will cover the available damages in claims against sellers, buyers, real estate brokers and agents, and discuss pertinent case law impacting said damages.
Antitrust lawyers often wonder about the career paths of in-house counsel who provide antitrust counseling advice, interface with regulators, manage litigation, and hire outside counsel.
This week we will be joined by the Health and Wellness Committee and attorney Justin Bookey, CEO & Chairman of Pongfit, a non-profit organization which helps people use ping pong for fitness, team building, and wellness.
The webinar will provide a discussion of the impact of the Supreme Court’s TC Heartland decision on patent litigation filings as well as venue determination and challenges.
In order to be an effective and ethical advocate for one’s client in the courtroom, an attorney should understand the basic rules of evidence and know how to use those rules to admit important pieces of evidence.
Don’t be caught by surprise! Have you had a case where you were certain you would win your case only to have the Board find you did not have substantial evidence?
This panel will discuss how prevailing wage requirements pertain to government land sales and leases, Mello-Roos and other financing districts, projects in charter cities, affordable housing projects, and other common forms of public assistance.
This webinar will consist of an overview of offers of compromise (and their associated cost-shifting provisions) available under the Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 68 and California Code of Civil Procedure section 998. The discussion will include a review of the basic components of each type of offer, the key differences between them, avoidance of potential pitfalls, the importance of timing, and other strategic considerations when making these offers.