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LACBA On Demand Program 4/28/22


What Happened with Tom Girardi and What Does it Mean?

Presented by the Los Angeles County Bar Association.

Program Description

Find out what happened to lawyer Tom Girardi and what it all means for the State Bar and the rest of the bar. Ronald Richards, who was intimately involved, will share his perspective

Originally Recorded 4/28/22

Speaker

Ronald Richards | Law Offices of Ronald Richard

Healthcare Law On Demand Program 4/26/22


Ransomware in Healthcare: Risks and Implications to Consider

Presented by the Privacy & Cybersecurity Section and the Healthcare Law Section.

Program Description

Healthcare providers are being victimized by ransomware. Such attacks can cause critical technology processes to slow or become completely inoperable, seriously affecting the delivery of healthcare services, in addition to potentially causing breaches of health information. The ransomware

Family Law On Demand Program 4/25/22


Family Law Advocacy Training (FLAT) Program Series - Section 3: Family Law Trial; Part 12: “Discovery & Trial of Expert Witness”

Presented by the Family Law Section.

Program Description

Commencing November 10, 2021, the LACBA Family Law Section will start a 16-part bi-weekly program series entitled Family Law Advocacy Training (FLAT) Program Series. The LACBA Family Law Section will provide practical training to family law practitioners, statewide

Appellate Courts On Demand Program 4/14/22


Presented by the Appellate Courts Section.
Co-sponsored by the Commercial Law & Bankruptcy Section.

Program Description

Learn about appeals from the United States bankruptcy courts, including how such appeals are taken, the unique structure of the bankruptcy appellate system, and strategic issues these cases present. The program will also address issues that arise when a party in a case on appeal in the stat

LACBA On Demand Program 4/7/22


Critical Race Theory: What It Is, What It Isn’t and What Attorneys Need to Know

Presented by the Los Angeles County Bar Association.

Program Description

Lately, Critical Race Theory (CRT) has been a source of discussion everywhere. Conservative news pundits are lambasting CRT in the media, local school boards have erupted in debates over it, and politicians’ talking points are now focused on CRT. As an attorney, you may find people asking you abou

LACBA On Demand Program 4/7/22


Critical Race Theory: What It Is, What It Isn’t and What Attorneys Need to Know

Presented by the Los Angeles County Bar Association.

Program Description

Lately, Critical Race Theory (CRT) has been a source of discussion everywhere. Conservative news pundits are lambasting CRT in the media, local school boards have erupted in debates over it, and politicians’ talking points are now focused on CRT. As an attorney, you may find people asking you abou

Family Law On Demand Program 4/6/22


Family Law Advocacy Training (FLAT) Program Series - Section 3: Family Law Trial; Part 11: “Direct and Cross Examination”

Presented by the Family Law Section.

Program Description

Commencing November 10, 2021, the LACBA Family Law Section will start a 16-part bi-weekly program series entitled Family Law Advocacy Training (FLAT) Program Series. The LACBA Family Law Section will provide practical training to family law practitioners, statewide. The p

Cannabis Law On Demand Program 4/5/22


Cannabis Social Equity Programs in 2022: Development, Deals, and Litigation

Presented by the Cannabis Law Section.

Program Description

As California’s embattled cannabis industry matures, Social Equity programs remain a critical driver in shaping markets. This panel, the first in a series, brings together leaders in Social Equity—stakeholders and dealmakers alike—to discuss the state of Social Equity, norms and evolving best practices in transacti

Family Law On Demand Program 3/16/22


Family Law Advocacy Training (FLAT) Program Series - Section 3: Family Law Trial; Part 10: “Evidence Ofered, R.A.S.H. Approach”

Presented by the Family Law Section.

Program Description

Commencing November 10, 2021, the LACBA Family Law Section will start a 16-part bi-weekly program series entitled Family Law Advocacy Training (FLAT) Program Series. The LACBA Family Law Section will provide practical training to family law practitioners, statewide.

Family Law On Demand Program 3/12/22


5th Annual Sorrell Trope Family Law Trial Institute Program: Effective Advocacy in 217 Hearings and Trial

Presented by the Family Law Section.

Program Description

The mission of the Sorrell Trope Trial Institute is to help lawyers be more comfortable in the courtroom and thus more effective advocates for their clients. This advanced program is designed to teach trial advocacy skills through a combination of instruction, mock trial presentations, a

Family Law On Demand Program 3/2/22


Family Law Advocacy Training (FLAT) Program Series - Section 3: Family Law Trial; Part 9: “Opening and Closing Statements”

Presented by the Family Law Section.

Program Description

Commencing November 10, 2021, the LACBA Family Law Section will start a 16-part bi-weekly program series entitled Family Law Advocacy Training (FLAT) Program Series. The LACBA Family Law Section will provide practical training to family law practitioners, statewide. The

Cannabis Law On Demand Program 2/24/22


LA Cannabis Regulatory Update: Cat Packer and Robert Ahn in Conversation with Ariel Clark

This is a complimentary program presented by the Cannabis Law Section.

Program Description

Join the Cannabis Law Section for a conversation with Cat Packer, Executive Director of the Department of Cannabis Regulation, and Robert Ahn, President of the Cannabis Regulation Commission. Veteran cannabis attorney Ariel Clark will lead the dialogue. Expect an hour o

Healthcare Law On Demand Program 2/22/22


Allied Health Professionals: Trends and California Law Update

Presented by the Healthcare Law Section.

Program Description

The landscape for Allied Health Professionals is ever-changing. Join us for in-depth examination of new laws and guidance affecting Allied Health Professional practice, including scope of practice, oversight, and telemedicine.

Originally Recorded 2/22/22

Speakers

Andrea

Family Law On Demand Program 2/16/22


Family Law Advocacy Training (FLAT) Program Series - Section 2: Disclosures and Discovery; Part 8: “Best Practices for e-Discovery & Motions to Compel”

Presented by the Family Law Section.

Program Description

Commencing November 10, 2021, the LACBA Family Law Section will start a 16-part bi-weekly program series entitled Family Law Advocacy Training (FLAT) Program Series. The LACBA Family Law Section will provide practical training to family law p

LACBA On Demand Program 2/3/22


Harm Reductions: Trauma Informed Practices in Courtrooms

Presented by the Los Angeles County Bar Association.

Program Description

This session will offer a basic understanding of trauma and its manifestations in adults. We will focus on trauma responses that are common in litigation and in the courtroom. This session will also highlight practical strategies and tactics to create an environment that reduces the harmful impacts of an adversarial le

Family Law On Demand Program 2/2/22


Family Law Advocacy Training (FLAT) Program Series - Section 2: Disclosures and Discovery; Part 7: “Best Practices for Oral Discovery & Motions to Compel”

Presented by the Family Law Section.

Program Description

Commencing November 10, 2021, the LACBA Family Law Section will start a 16-part bi-weekly program series entitled Family Law Advocacy Training (FLAT) Program Series. The LACBA Family Law Section will provide practical training to family la

Environmental Law On Demand Program 1/21/22


CEQA Nuts and Bolts

Presented by the Environmental Law Section.

Program Description

This webinar will cover all the CEQA basics, including CEQA’s purpose, when and how CEQA applies, and an overview of the CEQA litigation process. Participants will obtain insights into fundamental CEQA principles from the perspective of public agencies, applicants, and other stakeholders. There will also be an opportunity for questions. Come get your most pressing

Immigration Law On Demand Program 1/20/22


Managing Conflicts of Interest in an Immigration Law Practice

Presented by the Immigration Law Section.

Program Description

The area of conflicts of interest is one of the most important - and complex - components of an attorney’s program of risk management. While some conflicts may be obvious, others are more difficult to identify, which means they may be overlooked. A conflict may occur between multiple current clients, or between a prospective

Family Law On Demand Program 1/19/22


Family Law Advocacy Training (FLAT) Program Series - Section 2: Disclosures and Discovery; Part 6: “Best Practices for Written Discovery & Motions to Compel”

Presented by the Family Law Section.

Program Description

Commencing November 10, 2021, the LACBA Family Law Section will start a 16-part bi-weekly program series entitled Family Law Advocacy Training (FLAT) Program Series. The LACBA Family Law Section will provide practical training to family

LACBA On Demand Program 1/19/22


Policing: Where We Are and Where We’re Going

Presented by the Los Angeles County Bar Association.

Program Description

In the wake of George Floyd’s death in 2020, the country grappled with questions about accountability and transparency in law enforcement, the role of police in communities, how we might rethink policing moving forward, and other related issues. As we move into 2022, we look back at the public discourse and academic research around