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Presented by the Real Property Section of the Los Angeles County Bar Association and the Real Property Section of the California Lawyers Association This symposium features three panels comprising prominent…
CLA’s Director of Governmental Affairs and CLA’s lobbyists will present a step-by-step overview of California’s legislative process, from an idea to action by the Governor, highlighting practical and political issues at each step. The presentation will focus particular attention on legislative activities by CLA’s Racial Justice Committee but is open to anyone.
This webinar will give an overview of current IRS initiatives in 4 areas: conservation easements, cryptocurrency, employment tax enforcement and the new IRS fraud enforcement office.
Eight months since the pandemic, lawyers, arbitrators and mediators have all adapted in varying degrees to resolving their clients’ disputes virtually.
The world grows increasingly adversarial, but what happens in real estate litigation when adversaries are friends? Attorneys David Fu, Rinat Erlich, and Jose Mendoza frequently oppose each other in the real estate broker litigation space, and will address the benefits and challenges when frequently in opposition, with the underlying conclusion that cases settle faster and with less expense when opponents cooperate.
In this fast-paced program, esteemed employment defense attorney Tracey A. Kennedy of Sheppard Mullin and renowned plaintiff employment lawyer Erin M. Pulaski of Rudy, Exelrod, Zieff & Lowe will offer valuable insights and practical tips about how employment litigators should handle the peskiest and re-occurring evidentiary issues that arise during employment discrimination cases.
Marino deals with letters from creditors to a debtor that said, in the fine print, that the debtor should ignore the letter if the debtor had received a discharge. The bankruptcy court awarded $119,000 in damages to the debtor but ruled that it had no power to award punitive damages.
This program will provide an overview of the operational changes made by the Sacramento County Superior Court to reopen the civil division during the COVID-19 pandemic, a description of the operational plans for civil operations and civil trials, the impact of the changes on the Court’s operational plans, and what practitioners appearing in the Court can expect.
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