This presentation will outline the top ten issues in partition cases for real property practitioners.
This course will address new case law and recent statutory revisions which promise to affect the practice of construction law in California in the years to come.
Join us for Day 1 of the The 2021 Summer Cannabis (Law) Series
This session will discuss various types and percentages of alcohol and how absorption can vary. We'll also discuss new DUI laws as they relate to drug impairment, both for legal and prescription drugs.
This program will address California’s most widely used form of residential purchase and sale agreement, the California Association of Realtors “Residential Purchase Agreement” (RPA-CA), and its commonly used attachments.
In public contracting, public entities must comply with bidding requirements in awarding contracts. Failure to strictly comply with requirements, including criteria stated in the bid solicitation, may allow a bidder that is not selected for contract award to “protest.”
As the country re-opens and potential clients return to their busy lives, attorneys need to quickly pivot and adapt this changing landscape. This webinar will discuss ethical and effective strategies for building a strong online presence and best practices in social media and web-based marketing, including dealing with online review sites. We will also address the California Rules of Professional Conduct pertaining to attorney advertising, as well as considerations for attorneys who actively engage in social media regarding their personal views.
Master mediators from Southern California will share their perspectives on practices that help or hinder achieving settlement and client satisfaction in mediation. Participants will learn successful and ethical negotiation techniques, as well as negotiation planning, opening offers, settlement psychology, managing client expectations, principles of persuasion and practice tips to anticipate impasse and avoid it and how to make mediation advocacy more effective.
The Department of Real Estate regulate licensed real estate activity in California. Brokers are required to supervise salespersons.
Lawyers often feel like there are not enough hours in the day to meet the work demands and have a personal life. In the past year, work life balance may be further complicated by working remotely from home.