Litigation Financing – Practical And Ethical Issues For Antitrust, Unfair Competition And Complex Litigation.
Presented By: Antitrust & Unfair Business PracticesWhen: 09/28/2016Where: Los Angeles County Bar Association, Los Angeles, CA
Anatomy of an Enforcement Action: An Interactive Panel with the State and Regional Water Boards
Presented By: Environmental LawWhen: 09/29/2016Where: Los Angeles County Bar Association, Los Angeles, CA
This course introduces the core principles and methods of alternative dispute resolution. It provides a strong foundation in mediation skills through lecture, small group exercises, and role-playing.
26.75 hrs. of CLE credit including 2.75 hours of Ethics and 1 hour of Elimination of Bias.
Presented By: Civic Mediation ProjectWhen: 10/05/2016Where: 1055 West 7th Street, Los Angeles, CA
Virtually every facet of the healthcare industry is subject to a complex web of federal and state laws, rules, and regulations. Government efforts to enforce these laws and punish violators have become increasingly common and successful.
Presented By: Healthcare LawWhen: 10/06/2016Where: 333. S Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, 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: 10/07/2016Where: 1055 W. 7th Street, Los Angeles, CA
This course provides introductory and advanced level instruction on how to examine a witness under oath.
Presented By: Trial Advocacy ProjectWhen: 10/10/2016Where: 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 test
Development via the Ballot Box
Presented By: Real PropertyWhen: 10/13/2016Where: Los Angeles County Bar Association, Los Angeles, CA
Presented by the Family Law Section
Presented By: Family LawWhen: 10/15/2016Where: Universal City Hilton, Universal City, CA
This program will discuss the two year project of the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws (“NCCUSL”) resulting in its 2014 adoption of the Uniform Voidable Transaction Act (“ UVTA”) and California’s version of the UVTA that became effective on January 1, 2016. This program will highlight the significant changes in the new law and discuss some of the comments of the official Reporter. This program will be geared towards newer members of the profession.
Presented By: Commercial Law & BankruptcyWhen: 10/17/2016Where: Los Angeles County Bar Association, 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: 10/19/2016Where: 1055 W. 7th Street, Suite 2700, 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. This seminar will include discussions of SEC priorities, as well as an overview of judicial, regulatory and enforcement developments, recent trends in SEC enforcement, the public and private offerings of
Presented By: Business & Corporations LawWhen: 10/21/2016Where: Biltmore Hotel, Los Angeles, CA
Insurance Minefields and How to Avoid Them
Presented By: Real PropertyWhen: 10/26/2016Where: Los Angeles County Bar Association, Los Angeles, CA
Confused about whether your client’s statute of conviction is divisible? Can’t tell whether the disjunctive “or” in the statute creates two separate crimes, one of which will make your client removable?
Presented By: Immigration & Nationality LawWhen: 10/27/2016Where: Los Angeles County Bar Association, 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: 11/09/2016Where: Los Angeles County Bar Association, Los Angeles, CA
The Evidence Skills Workshop is based on one simple premise – “The best way to learn the rules of evidence is to argue them in an evidentiary hearing in which the admissibility of evidence is determined.”
Presented By: Trial Advocacy ProjectWhen: 11/11/2016Where: Los Angeles County Bar Association, Los Angeles, CA
This workshop will provide introductory and intermediate level instruction on how to take and defend depositions in California state court actions.
Presented By: Trial Advocacy ProjectWhen: 11/11/2016
Internet, Mobile and Digital Law: Latest Trends and What to Know for 2017
Presented By: Entertainment Law and Intellectual PropertyWhen: 11/30/2016Where: Lawry's Restaurant, Beverly Hills, CA