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A rundown of webinars offered by CLA and the CLA Sections

What’s the first thing you think of when you think of Rolda? If you thought of a quirky 70’s sitcom starring Valerie Harper, you owe it to yourself to come to the CLA Workers’ Compensation Spring Conference. Read more
All members of the California State Bar must heed the Rules of Professional Conduct as they represent clients through video conferences, Zoom depositions, online court hearings, and other remote means. Read more
This introductory webinar will provide an overview of how the four basic intellectual property tools (trademarks, copyrights, patents, & trade secrets) are being deployed by the legal cannabis industry in the U.S. (with a focus on California businesses and entrepreneurs). Read more
The panel will focus on "Hot Topics in Wage and Hour Law" in 2020 and provide perspectives from the Plaintiff and Defense side. Read more
Even before the applicant is seen by the PQME, a lot can be litigated about the PQME. This presentation addresses the most frequent issues that arise before the PQME evaluation, including how the WCAB addresses disputes about the medical specialty, timing of the PQME request, cancellation of the PQME evaluation, replacement panels and timeliness of the reports, and more. Read more
This program offers 1 participatory MCLE credit. Register This program will provide key information on how disputes work in international cross-border transactions and how to avoid disputes. Litigation and transactional lawyers will find this program essential. Key topics covered will include basics and strategies regarding litigation versus arbitration, jurisdiction, venue, service of process, choice of law, and language issues. Speaker: Jeffery J. Daar Jeffery Daar has practiced law since 1982 and is a principal of the law firm Daar &… Read more
This webinar will take a more in-depth look at writ practice than the writs program offered in August. The speakers will discuss in detail the types of orders appellate courts may issue, as well as discuss strategies for petitions for rehearing and petitions for review in the California Supreme Court. Read more
How you interact in negotiations has a direct and immediate impact on your results. Yet we tend to engage and make these decisions off-the-cuff. Don’t. Instead, take advantage of the experts’ proven research so you will use the most effective strategies and get your best deals. Read more
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. Read more
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. Read more

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