California Lawyers Association

Webinar

A rundown of webinars offered by CLA and the CLA Sections

This program will provide an overview of the major changes to California Workers’ Compensation practice pursuant to entry into effect of the April 1, 2021, new medical legal fee schedule that introduced new requirements of the parties Read more
The program will discuss tax compliance issues. Risks of an audit for law firms and how to handle a tax audit. What records and documents the government will focus on? Read more
Almost every city has abandoned, vacant, or dilapidated properties. These properties blight neighborhoods for years, while endangering communities, driving down property values and harming neighborhood morale. Read more
On January 24, 2020, the State Bar’s Board of Trustees created the California Paraprofessionals Working Group(CPPWG) and charged it with developing recommendations for the creation of a paraprofessional licensure/certification program to increase access to legal services in California. Read more
The Probate Code generally establishes the standards and procedures for the appointment and termination of an appointment of a guardian or conservator of a person, an estate, or both. Read more
Pro Bono clients are like any other clients in many ways. But some Pro Bono clients present ethical issues for attorneys that often differ from those presented by fee-paying or contingent fee clients Read more
Failure to function refusals are increasingly common, and also more difficult to predict. Read more
An in-depth discussion of the Silence No More Act (SB331), including its impact on Nondisclosure Agreements and Non-Disparagement Agreements which was just signed into law by Governor Newsom Read more
The Insurance Law Committee and the Bankruptcy Law Committee of the Business Law Section of the California Lawyers Association are jointly presenting a webinar panel to explore the various intersections between bankruptcy and insurance matters. A debtor’s or third party’s insurance policies are often viewed as a source of recovery by trustees and debtors-in-possession. Spotting and navigating such issues is oftentimes complicated by the fact that in the context of an appointed trustee there may not be anyone at the client to identify the claims or walk the trustee through the debtor’s documents. Read more
Four speaker panel (two community association attorneys and two experts on HOA insurance underwriting) will discuss the Surfside, FL tragedy and its application to California community associations facing dilapidated infrastructure, decreased funding during the pandemic, low reserves, and the looming threat of natural disasters. Read more

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