LLC and corporate formation start the lifecycle of an enterprise. This webinar will touch on the basics of transactional practice, as well as some of the potential conflicts that are inherent in any enterprise involving multiple business partners and stakeholders.
Join a panel of five esteemed mediators of trust and estate disputes including Honorable James P. Gray (Ret.), Honorable Jamoa A. Moberly (Ret.), Honorable Glen M. Reiser (Ret.), Bette Epstein, Esq. and Bruce S. Ross, Esq., together with moderator Kristin Yokomoto, Esq. as we explore the intricacies of successful mediations. Trust and estate litigation is on the rise and so are the number of disputes being successfully resolved outside of the courtroom through mediation. Unlike other types of disputes, trust and estate fights often involve the break-down of family relationships over inheritances.
This webinar aims to equip trademark professionals and applicants with actionable insights and strategies for effectively responding to Final Office Action rejections, a critical juncture in the trademark registration process.
The Committee on Revision of the Penal Code is a state entity established in 2020 to make recommendations to the Governor and Legislature about all aspects of California criminal law. This presentation will give an overview of the Penal Code Committee’s work, including its most recent recommendations and the latest data on crime rates, incarceration levels, and more.
This presentation will discuss the unique design of utilizing technology and digital tools to leverage productivity in estate planning law firms. Attendees will learn about platforms for organizing documents, case management systems, and communication tools designed for them.
WHAT IS IT? Real Property Law Section monthly discussion of new real property cases, a guest interview, and announcement of upcoming RPLS events.
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This program will address key bias and ethical rules and governing principles in both settlement and arbitration.
The FTC’s crackdown on the use of non-compete agreements by employers and its recent proposed rule banning most non-compete agreement will have an impact on how companies protect their trade secrets.
Learn to “think” like a sanctions lawyer. This webinar provides a comprehensive introduction to the U.S. economic sanctions laws and regulations administered by the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (“OFAC”), for practicing attorneys. It outlines the legal framework for OFAC administered sanctions programs, including: (1) the comprehensive embargoes on Iran, North Korea, Cuba, Syria, and the occupied regions of Ukraine; (2) OFAC administered sanctions lists, including the Specially Designated Nationals and Blocked Persons (“SDN”) List; (3) the unique sanctions programs targeting Russia and Venezuela; and (4) the agency’s own reporting, procedures, and penalties regulations, and compliance framework.