This program will provide a comprehensive summary of the practical and ethical issues to take into consideration and be aware of when participating in online mediations. Specific tips and information on privacy, confidentiality and more will be covered so that advocates will feel informed and comfortable in the online setting.
Our panelists will share with you the soup to nuts details of a life as a lawyer working for the California Court of Appeal, California Supreme Court, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, and Supreme Court of the United Status. They will explain the application and selection process, including practical tips for how much experience is typically required, the interview process, and how to accept an offer of employment.
In the wake of the COVID-19 we find ourselves embracing remote depositions as the new norm. While there are unique challenges to taking or defending depositions remotely, the benefits outweigh the limitations for those who are knowledgeable and prepared. Many court reporting companies have developed audio-visual deposition technologies and understanding generally how this works will enable you to take a far more effective deposition remotely.
The civil disentitlement doctrine is a drastic measure that strips away the right to pursue an appeal. Although it’s reserved for the most egregious of misbehavior, respondents are invoking the doctrine more than ever. But are courts taking the bait?
How do arbitrators think? How can you make then think better of you and your case? Hear two experienced domestic and international arbitrators explain their thought processes, their expectations of counsel and the impressions they form about the case.
Mark your calendars for the 2020 Litigation and Appellate Summit on October 9, 2020 in San Francisco.