Strategies and Latest Developments in Buying, Developing and Leasing Contaminated Properties: the Pros and Cons
Presented By: Environmental LawWhen: 09/26/2017Where: Los Angeles County Bar Association, Los Angeles,
Presented By: Entertainment Law and Intellectual PropertyWhen: 09/26/2017Where: Southwestern Law School, Los Angeles, CA
Please join LACBA’s Immigration Legal Assistance Project for this two-day training course, designed for attorneys who are new to the field of immigration or have been practicing in the field for less than one year.
Presented By: Immigration & Nationality LawWhen: 09/28/2017Where: Los Angeles County Bar Association, Los Angeles,
TrueFiling is coming to the Second District, effective October 30, 2017. This program will discuss the do’s and don’ts.
Presented By: Appellate CourtsWhen: 10/03/2017Where: California Court of Appeal, Los Angeles, CA
Multidisciplinary presentations will include how legalized marijuana, current immigration issues, and the recent Sanchez case affect custody cases and how attorneys coordinate with mental health professionals to set up cases for Parenting Plan Coordination, Co-Parenting Counseling and Groups, and Therapy for Resistance/Refusal cases.
Presented By: Family LawWhen: 10/07/2017Where: Universal City Hilton, Universal City, CA
Presented By: Independent Juvenile Defender OfficeWhen: 10/07/2017Where: Los Angeles County Bar Association, Los Angeles, CA
This course provides introductory and advanced level instruction on how to examine a witness under oath.
Presented By: Trial Advocacy ProjectWhen: 10/09/2017Where: Los Angeles County Bar Association, Los Angeles, CA
The Expert Witness Workshop provides introductory and advanced level instruction on how to use expert witnesses in civil and criminal actions, with special emphasis on expert testimony. Topics covered in the lecture portion of the program include evidentiary rules regarding expert opinions, taking and defending expert depositions, how experts can help and hurt a case, direct and cross-examination of expert witnesses, establishing and challenging expert qualifications, and advanced expert testimo
Virtually every facet of the healthcare industry is subject to a complex web of federal and state laws, rules, and regulations. While the battle over the Affordable Care Act and the debate between “repeal and replace” and “reform” remain unresolved, enforcement activity for noncompliance continues unabated. The need to understand and function in an ever-changing compliance landscape has never been greater. Our distinguished faculty will guide you through today’s most important complia
Presented By: Healthcare LawWhen: 10/12/2017Where: LA Hotel Downtown, Los Angeles, CA
The Term That Almost Was: A Look Back at the Supreme Court's Work Law Docket in 2016-17 and a Look Ahead to 2017-18
Presented By: Labor & Employment LawWhen: 10/16/2017Where: Southwestern Law School, Los Angeles, CA
Presented By: Real PropertyWhen: 10/18/2017Where: Los Angeles County Bar Association, Los Angeles, CA
Judging the Judge: A Candid Conversation Between Judge Kozinski and Professors Ronald Collins and David Skover on Appellate Judging and the Politics of Law. Judge Kozinski will engage the authors in a spirited dialogue about partisan politics and the art of appellate judging, primarily at the Supreme Court level.
Presented By: Appellate CourtsWhen: 10/19/2017Where: Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal, Pasadena, CA
Presented By: The Los Angeles County Bar Association This program will provide the annual education and training required of all Minor's Counsel to remain eligible for appointment (See CRC 5.242).
Presented By: Los Angeles County Bar AssociationWhen: 10/20/2017Where: 1055 W. 7th Street, Los Angeles, CA
Please join us as senior Securities and Exchange Commission and U.S. Department of Justice officials, together with representatives of other regulatory agencies and leading private practitioners present a comprehensive review of current events and developments in securities and corporate law.
Presented By: Business & Corporations LawWhen: 10/20/2017Where: Biltmore Hotel, Los Angeles, CA
Southern California Pro Bono Managers, Nixon Peabody LLP, and Los Angeles County Bar Association Barristers Celebrate ABA Pro Bono Week
Presented By: BarristersWhen: 10/23/2017Where: Nixon Peabody, Los Angeles, CA
Maze or Labyrinth: All the Different Ways to Recover Attorney’s Fees in Construction Litigation
Presented By: Real PropertyWhen: 10/24/2017Where: Los Angeles County Bar Association, Los Angeles,
Limited conservatorship proceedings differ in procedure and purpose from probate and LPS conservatorships and offer attorneys the opportunity to perform needed and rewarding work for a special client population.
Presented By: Trusts & EstatesWhen: 10/28/2017Where: Los Angeles County Bar Association, Los Angeles, CA
Judges from the Access and Fairness Committee of the Los Angeles County Superior Court in collaboration with attorneys from the Access to Justice and Litigation Committees of the Los Angeles County Bar Association present a 3-hour, interactive training on bias on November 2, 2017 from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. at Mosk Courthouse in downtown Los Angeles.
Presented By: Los Angeles County Bar AssociationWhen: 11/02/2017Where: Stanley Mosk Courthouse, Los Angeles, CA
2017 Family Law Section’s Gala Dinner and Installation of Officers
Presented By: Family LawWhen: 11/04/2017Where: Hotel Indigo, Los Angeles, CA
Course admission is by application only. Applicants must have successfully completed the Introductory TAP (i-TAP) course or, alternatively, have at least one year of litigation experience. Rolling admissions begin July 1 and continue up until the start of the program. Do not send payment with your application. Send application attn: TAP Administrator, P O Box 55020, Los Angeles, CA 90055-2020.
Presented By: Trial Advocacy ProjectWhen: 11/08/2017Where: Los Angeles County Bar Association, Los Angeles, CA