The LACBA Litigation Section's Trial Practice Inn of Court is a unique opportunity to break bread and learn side by side with some of the finest jurists and practitioners in our community. Our monthly meetings are designed to promote social interaction, professional relationships, and camaraderie in an educational setting.
Presented By: LitigationWhen: 10/07/2015Where: DoubleTree Hotel, Los Angeles, CA
Attend this event to get business basics from prominent lawyers.
Presented By: Lawyer Referral ServiceWhen: 05/04/2016Where: Tom Bradley Tower, Los Angeles, CA
The panel will provide an overview on the history and purposes of letters of credit, the law governing letters of credit, the draw mechanics and enforceability of letters of credit, and certain issues that may arise both in and out of bankruptcy with draws and enforceability.
Presented By: Commercial Law & BankruptcyWhen: 05/04/2016
Inn of Court May Meeting: Summary Judgment Motions Program
May 4, 2016
Presented By: LitigationWhen: 05/04/2016Where: DoubleTree Hotel, Los Angeles, CA
This interactive course includes extensive practice and coaching in advanced mediation skills and a minimum 10 hours litigated case training, including 9 hours of lecture and 9 hours of role-playing, observation, coaching and feedback.
MCLE available: 18 hours general,1 hour Elimination of Bias, 3 hours of Ethics
Presented By: Civic Mediation ProjectWhen: 05/05/2016Where: 1055 W. 7th Street, Suite 2700, Los Angeles, CA
In Lenz v. Universal Music, the Ninth Circuit ruled that the Fair Use of another’s copyrighted work is a right. It’s a revolution in copyright law – or is it?
Presented By: Entertainment Law and Intellectual PropertyWhen: 05/05/2016Where: Lawry's Restaurant, Beverly Hills, CA
Labor & Employment Annual Retreat & Section Meeting
Presented By: Labor & Employment LawWhen: 05/06/2016Where: OMNI Resort Rancho Las Palmas, Rancho Mirage, CA
This is one in a series of courses offered by LACBA's acclaimed Trial Advocacy Project (TAP), where attorneys can get trial experience FAST.
Presented By: Trial Advocacy ProjectWhen: 05/10/2016Where: Los Angeles County Bar Association, Los Angeles, CA
he Barristers’ Pro Bono Committee will be hosting “Unaccompanied Minors in the Immigration System” on May 10, 2016. The training, led by Esperanza Immigrant Rights Project attorneys and staff, will take place at the City Club Los Angeles and run from 5:30-7:30p.m.
The event will consist of an introduction to Unaccompanied Minors Immigration Law and training on interviewing and working with children survivors of trauma. The training will prepare attorneys to participate in Esperanza’s Legal Or
Presented By: BarristersWhen: 05/10/2016
Please join us for a very special evening of food and fun as we honor the best in our profession at the Criminal Justice Awards Dinner.
Presented By: Criminal JusticeWhen: 05/11/2016Where: L. A. Hotel Downton, Los Angeles, CA
Please join us for a discussion with judges from the Los Angeles Superior Court's Complex Civil Litigation program, who will address the substantive requirements for filing documents under seal under California Rules of Court 2.550 and 2.551, and the reasons why such requests are routinely denied. The panel will also discuss the mechanics of applying to have documents filed under seal and, for practitioners at all experience levels, best practices to protect confidentiality, while eliminatin
Presented By: LitigationWhen: 05/12/2016Where: Central Civil West Courthouse, Los Angeles, CA
The panel will address ethical considerations underlying selection of a creditors’ committee, employment of committee counsel, solicitation by committee counsel candidates, required disclosures by committee counsel, and the consequences of failure to comply with ethical requirements.
Presented By: Commercial Law & BankruptcyWhen: 05/12/2016Where: Los Angeles County Bar Association, Los Angeles, CA
Please join us on May 12 for the LACBA Outstanding Service Awards, a special evening of celebration where we will congratulate and raise a glass to our 2016 award winners for their contributions to LACBA, the legal profession, and the community of Los Angeles.
Presented By: Los Angeles County Bar AssociationWhen: 05/12/2016Where: Los Angeles County Bar Association, Los Angeles, CA
Family Law in the 21st Century
Presented By: Family LawWhen: 05/14/2016Where: Hilton Hotel Universal City, Universal City, CA
The Trusts and Estates Section cordially invites you to our annual Los Angeles Court Probate Department reception
Presented By: Trusts & EstatesWhen: 05/16/2016Where: Omni Los Angeles Hotel, Los Angeles, CA
The Ethical Ramifications of the Duty to Defend and the Tripartite Relationship
Presented By: Real PropertyWhen: 05/17/2016Where: LACBA, Los Angeles, CA
The outcome of a motion for summary judgment can often decide a case. At this Brown Bag Lunch, U.S. District Judges will answer your questions, and provide guidance on best practices for bringing and opposing Motions for Summary Judgment in Federal Court.
Presented By: LitigationWhen: 05/18/2016Where: United States District Court, Los Angeles, CA
The seminar will focus on protecting assets such as residences, income producing real estate, bank and brokerage accounts, businesses, professional practices and retirement plans from plaintiffs and creditors. The instructor will share real-life stories and anecdotes, and will present a very practical approach to protecting assets. Substantive techniques will be covered during the presentation.
Presented By: Los Angeles County Bar AssociationWhen: 05/18/2016
Practicing Before the Los Angeles / Adelanto Immigration Courts: Procedures, Tactics, and Tips
Topics will include: Evidentiary Standards in Immigration Court; How to Prepare Witnesses; and How to Prepare for an Effective Appeal.
Presented By: Immigration & Nationality LawWhen: 05/21/2016Where: The LA Hotel Downtown, Los Angeles, CA
Please join us as a player or sponsor on May 23rd at the beautiful TPC Valencia, a PGA-certified 18-hole championship golf course.
Together, we stand at the forefront of providing equal access to legal services in our community by raising funds and directly contributing at the front lines of justice in five key areas: domestic violence, legal support of our veterans, immigration legal assistance, AIDS legal services and civic mediation. Last year alone, these projects helped more than 18,000
Presented By: Counsel for JusticeWhen: 05/23/2016Where: 26550 Heritage View Lane, Valencia, CA