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A rundown of webinars offered by CLA and the CLA Sections

Over the past decade, Kanye West has run the gamut when it comes to civil lawsuits. From copyright and trademark infringement to class action litigation, West has seen it all. In this presentation, Turman analyzes Kanye’s “greatest hits” in the courtroom and shares lessons litigators can learn from his experiences. Read more
This is your opportunity to learn from industry leaders that will show you how to mechanically work through a medical opinion to make it substantial evidence on apportionment. Read more
This is an introductory webinar to provide some background on the Colorado River, and the collection of documents governing management and operations on the River, collectively known as the Law of the River. Read more
This webinar discusses various court and patent office decisions regarding Artificial Intelligence as the named inventor on patent applications. Read more
Panelists Paul Dubow and James (Jim) Madison return for another in their series of case law updates related to mediation and arbitration. Read more
While the digitization economy boomed during the pandemic, so too did the approaches to taxing the digital economy. Read more
A can't miss presentation for every workers' compensation litigator. Emphasis will be placed on recent “tweaks” to the law, as well as tips and lessons learned. Read more
Currently pending before the California Supreme Court in Haggerty v. Thornton is the question of whether the language set forth in Probate Code 15402, “[u]nless the trust instrument provides otherwise”, means a trust may be amended by any available method of revocation unless the method of amendment set forth in the trust is “expressly exclusive”, or whether it means that if the trust specifies any method of amendment, that particular method must be followed. Read more
Courts often mandate the appointment of referees when their dockets cannot accommodate numerous discovery disputes. Read more
An overview of recent changes in the U.S. Export Administration Regulations and U.S. Office of Foreign Assets Control Regulations that impact customers, business operations, investments, and supply chain actors in China. Read more

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