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Trusts & Estates On Demand Program 12/7/20


Impact of Proposition 19 on Trust and Estate Practitioners

Presented by the Trusts and Estates Section

Program Description

A part of the FREE LECTURE SERIES, this program will discuss the impact of California Proposition 19 (the Property Tax Transfers, Exemptions, and Revenue for Wildfire Agencies and Counties Amendment of 2020) on trust and estate practitioners from the perspective of an estate planner, a real property attorney, and a broker.<

Trusts & Estates On Demand Program 11/21/20


Aviva K Bobb CAC Advanced Training

Presented by the Trusts & Estates Section

Program Description

This advanced training for court appointed counsel will address E.C. 730 Reports, the conservatee's right to stay home, dual diagnosis conservatees, Family Law crossover Issues, and tips regarding LA CourtConnect. The esteemed panel of presenters will include Judge May, Judge Rosenbloom, Judge Bobb, and other members of the Probate judiciary. This p

ELIPS On Demand Program 10/20/20


Employee Mobility: Goodbye Intellectual Property!?

Presented by the Entertainment Law and Intellectual Property Section

Program Description

With new developments under Cal. Bus & Prof. Code 16600 that broaden employees’ rights not to be held under non-compete agreements, the intersection of employee mobility and intellectual property is rapidly evolving and new strategies to manage this issue are needed in every business sector. Representing

Immigration On Demand Program 10/20/20


Federal District Court Demystified

Presented by the Immigration Law Section

Program Description

The Immigration Section invites you to attend “Federal District Court Demystified,” a program in which we will be joined by the former Chief U.S. Magistrate Judge for the Central District of CA (Western Division) in discussing: Best practices in appearing before federal district court judges and magistrate judges; Challenging delays and denials, incl

ELIPS On Demand Program 9/29/20


Scandalous Marks: The Impact of Brunetti, the PTO’s Widely-Used Commonplace Words Doctrine, and Social Justice

Presented by the Entertainment Law & Intellectual Property Section

Program Description

Explore the impact of Iancu v. Brunetti, which held it unconstitutional to bar registration of trademarks deemed “scandalous” or “immoral.” Examine the USPTO’s response - refusing scandalous marks on the novel ground that “widely-used commonplace wo

Trusts & Estates On Demand Program 9/26/20


2020 CAC Fundamental Program

Presented by the Trusts & Estates Section

Program Description

Required training program for attorneys who want to participate on the probate court appointed counsel panel. This program will go through the basics of serving as Court Appointed Counsel in the probate arena. Areas of focus will include the role of Court Appointed Counsel, different types of appointments, and how to effectively fulfill your duties. Th

Small & Solo On Demand Program 9/17/20


State of the Court of Appeal & Virtual Oral Argument Roundtable

Presented by the Small Firm & Solo Practitioner Section

Program Description

Most cases settle, and the job of a litigator has increasingly become a process of using judgment and making decisions to bring about a settlement. The litigator performs two roles, advocate and counselor, and in each role, the litigator uses judgment and makes decisions. As an advocate, the lawyer strate

Appellate Courts On Demand Program 9/15/20


State of the Court of Appeal & Virtual Oral Argument Roundtable

Presented by the Appellate Courts Section

Program Description

Presiding Justice Lui and Executive Officer Danny Potter will provide the Section with an overview of the state of the Second District, including the latest on COVID closures and any new or impending developments at the Court. After this overview, there will be a roundtable discussion on virtual oral arguments among app

Cannabis Law On Demand Program 9/3/20


In the Deal Trenches: Mergers/Acquisitions & Investments

Presented by the Cannabis Law Section

Program Description

Join LACBA’s Cannabis Section as we ‘Raise the Bar Higher’ with another lively and engaging series of webinars discussing the social, policy, business, and regulatory sides of this evolving space. Business topics include mergers, acquisitions, financings, incentives, public offerings, and compensation. There will be an opportunity

Real Property On Demand Program 9/1/20


Top 10 Real Estate Cases of 2019 and 2020

Presented by the Real Property Section

Program Description

This program will cover important cases, decided by California courts in 2019 and 2020, that will impact the practice of real estate law in California. The program is designed to give a quick overview of important developments in the law that all real estate lawyers in California should know about.

Originally Recorded 9/1/20

Immigration On Demand Program 8/19/20


F-1 Student Visa Demystified

Presented by the Immigration Law Section

Program Description

This timely review of nuanced F-1 issues includes a behind-the-scenes look at the functions of Designated School Officials (DSO’s) involving SEVIS, OPT and CPT; F-1 visa applications from the perspective of a former consular officer stationed at U.S. consulates in China, Mexico, and Hong Kong; Overcoming inadmissibility due to fraud, misrepresentation, or

Appellate Courts On Demand Program 8/18/20


Wrap-Up of the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2019-2020 Term

Presented by the Appellate Courts Section

Program Description

The Supreme Court’s 2019-2020 term included a number of first-time or first-in-a-long-time developments, including temporary Court closure, live-audio telephonic oral arguments, opinions in July, and federal executions. The Court issued momentous opinions on issues spanning the President’s financial records, LGBTQ discrimination, re

Taxation On Demand Program 8/4/20


Tax and Estate Planning for US Persons with Foreign Assets

Presented by the Taxation Section

Program Description

Planning for US persons with foreign assets can involve a multitude of issues and complexities that a purely domestic tax and estate planning matter does not. This webinar will address issues to look for when planning for a US person with foreign assets: how to take title, including a discussion on foreign entity options; key possib

Remedies On Demand Program 7/10/20


Recovering Attorney’s Fees in Bankruptcy Court Litigation

Presented by the Remedies Section

Program Description

This panel is hosted by the Remedies Section of the Los Angeles County Bar Association and co-sponsored by the Insolvency Law Committee of the Business Law Section of the California Lawyers Association. Recent federal cases have changed the recoverability of attorney’s fees in bankruptcy proceedings under California law and the Bankru

Real Property On Demand Program 7/9/20


Loan Modifications

Presented by the Real Estate Finance Subsection of the Real Property Section

Program Description

As a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, many lenders now find themselves in a situation where a borrower’s financial condition has been impacted by non-payment of rent, supply chain disruption, and delays in projects, resulting in the need to modify the loan. Join us as our panel of experts examine the various issues and con

Cannabis Law On Demand Program 7/7/20


Perspectives on Social Equity in LA’s Cannabis Business Licensing & Regulatory Program

Presented by the Cannabis Law Section

Program Description

Perspectives on Social Equity in LA – What does social equity look like in LA’s cannabis market? What are LA’s social equity licensing requirements and how do those look in practice? Join us for a panel with social equity applicants navigating through LA’s application and licensing process, an investor

Real Property On Demand Program 7/2/20


Lease Renegotiations in the Age of COVID

Presented by the Commercial Development & Leasing Subsection of the Real Property Section

Program Description

This timely webinar will explore a variety of structures for renegotiating leases in the face of COVID-19, and discuss the many related considerations and strategies for both tenants and landlords. Our expert panelist, Tom Turner, was a real estate transactional attorney for over 35 years before

Real Property On Demand Program 6/23/20


Developments in Real Estate Finance 2019

Presented by the Real Estate Finance Subsection of the Real Property Section

Program Description

Now in its 22nd year, the finance subsection is pleased to announce that this iconic annual presentation is moving to webinar/zoom format for this year's event. The program will include a lively discussion of the most important developments in real estate finance law during 2019. The program will provide att

Commercial Law & Bankruptcy Law On Demand Program 6/18/20


Contemporary Developments in Insolvency Related Determination and Discharge of Taxes

Presented by the Commercial Law & Bankruptcy Section

Program Description

Legal and economic events in the most recent six months have created new issues and authorities in insolvency related determination and discharge of tax liability of interest to lawyers, accountants, trustees, debtors and creditors. In addition to these new legal issues and authorities, r

Litigation On Demand Program 6/18/20


Informal Discovery Conferences with Your Judge: Everything You Need to Know to Efficiently Resolve Discovery Disputes

Presented by the Litigation Section

Discovery motions are costly and time consuming. In the new normal, clients will likely prefer firms that reduce their litigation expenses. Informal Discovery Conferences with your Judge, as permitted by the L.A.S.C. rules, are a quick, inexpensive, and effective way to resolve discovery disputes and avoid needless