Presented by the Entertainment Law & Intellectual Property Section
The Mechanical Licensing Collective (MLC) was established under the Music Modernization Act and began operating on January 1, 2021. In April, the MLC will begin paying out royalties to rights holders. Will the MLC “modernize” the music industry? Join our expert panelists to find out all
Presented by the Trusts & Estates Section.
Because of the ongoing public health crisis, LACBA’s 2021 Probate Minor’s Counsel Training Program will be offered virtually as an On Demand webinar. Registrants will have up to 30 days after purchase to complete the program upon purchase, beginning April 10th, 2021. Please join us for a program for those new to Probate Guardiansh
Presented by the Family Law Section
This program will address how to notice, take, and utilize remote depositions within and outside the state of California, as well as how to address some of the more difficult questions and procedural issues that may arise, including a review of the key statutes that apply to this form of discovery.
Part of the Free Lecture Series, the presenter will discuss judgment enforcement issues in probate matters, including trusts and estates.
Originally Recorded 3/22/21
Adam L. Streltzer, Attorney at Law
Presented by the Appellate Courts Section
Court attorneys and clerks from the Second Appellate District of the California Court of Appeal will share their insights and knowledge about various topics regarding practice before the Second District. There will be three panels, featuring chambers attorneys, writ attorneys, and clerks. Attendees will be able to ask questions during each of the
Presented by the Real Estate Finance Subsection of the Real Property Section
This presentation is intended as both a reintroduction to the basics of real estate bankruptcy principles, and a discussion of COVID’s impact in the real estate-applied bankruptcy space. This program will address traditional protections and pitfalls facing landlor
Presented by the Title Insurance Subsection, Construction Law Subsection & Real Estate Finance Subsection of the Real Property Section.
This program will provide the practitioner with the tools needed to anticipate and address title companies’ requirements for underwriting of construction loans so you can successfully close your tran
Presented by the Cannabis Law Section
Brand recognition and reach is key for cannabis stakeholders fighting to become household names in the nascent regulated market. Those rolling out cannabis advertising and marketing campaigns, and the platforms that host them, must navigate state and local cannabis marketing and advertising rul
Presented by the Entertainment Law and Intellectual Property Section
Join us for this discussion on the most recent developments and trends in First Amendment law and their impact on the entertainment industry.
Originally Recorded 3/9/21
Jean-Paul Jassy, Jassy Vick Carolan LLP
Kelli Sager, Davis Wright Tremaine LL
Presented by the Commercial Law & Bankruptcy Section
The Small Business Reorganization Act of 2019 (the “SBRA”, which created a new Subchapter V in Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code) was enacted to provide small business debtors with a more streamlined path for restructuring their debts. As of February 19, 2020, certain small busin
Please join us as the presenters give an overview of the new legislation and case law in the area of Trust and Estates.
Originally Recorded 2/26/21
Marshall A. Oldman, Oldman, Cooley, Sallus, Birnberg & Coleman LLP
Marc L. Sallus, Esq., Oldman, Cooley,
Presented by the Real Property Section.
Experienced real estate attorneys (both on the transactional and litigation side) and a development professional will explore and discuss the various issues and considerations in navigating CC&R’s and REA’s, including where old restrictions must be unpacked and modernized into new workable doc
Presented by the Appellate Courts Section.
This program will explore the development of local and national appellate moot court programs: how they operate, who is involved, and the benefits they provide, including how local appellate practitioners can improve their appellate advocacy.
Originally Recorded 2/23/21
Justin Levitt, Loyola Law School
Presented by the Construction Law Subsection of the Real Property Section.
Please join us at the Construction Law Subsection’s “2021 Flaig Award & Annual Update Program.” The 2021 Flaig Award will be presented to Michael J. Bayard of Dispute Resolution Services in recognition of his many achievements in construction law. Bernard Kamine, of Kamine Law PC, will present the awar
Presented by the Immigration and Nationality Law Section.
In recent years, H-1B regulations, policies, and procedures have caused an ever-changing landscape. With a new administration presenting the possibility of more change, we will discuss the current H-1B process, policies, and trends, and what alternatives there may be for employing foreign nationals in the United States in lie
Presented by the Cannabis Law Section.
Co-sponsored by the Sacramento County Bar Association’s Cannabis Law Section and the California Cannabis Industry Association.
Companies with cash needs routinely use intermediaries to assist in the capital raising process. Federal law broadly requires financial intermediaries to
Presented by the Entertainment Law & Intellectual Property Section.
The COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting civil authority directives and health-related shutdowns have affected the entertainment industry for the past year, resulting in extra expense to deal with virus exposures, governmental and industry compliance costs, and other potential lo
The panel will provide the nuts and bolts of actually preparing for and using Court Connect for your evidentiary hearing or trial. Topics to be covered will include: preparing and sharing exhibits; calling and examining witnesses; and introducing impeachment evidence.
Originally Recorded 2/11/21
Presented by the Trusts & Estates Section.Co-Sponsored by the Orange County Bar Association and the South Bay Bar Association.
The presenters will address how Proposition 19 changes reassessment exemptions on transfers of real property from a parent-to-child or grandparent-to-grandchild starting February 16, 2021.
*** If you are an attorney experiencing economic hardship
Presented by the Trusts & Estates Section
This program will address the role of a guardian ad litem (GAL) in probate proceedings. It will address the practicalities of GAL appointments, the legal authority of a GAL role, and focus on the ethical issues often encountered by a GAL. This program is a required course for practitioners seeking GAL appointments in the Los Angeles Probate Court.