Presented by the Trusts & Estates Section
-- The Nitty Gritty of CAC Appointments;
-- How to Draft a CAC Report;
-- Different Types of CAC Appointments;
-- The Interplay between CAC, Pr
Presented by the Real Property Section
Presented by the Remedies Section
Presented by the Land Use & Environmental Law Subsection of the Real Property Section
Presented by the Commercial Law & Bankruptcy Section
Presented by the Labor & Employment Law Section Breakfast CommitteeCo-sponsored by Judicate West
Presented by the Family Law Section
Presented by the Environmental Law Section
Presented by the Small Firm & Sole Practitioner Section and ADR Services, Inc.
Three experienced professional mediators with ADR Services, Inc. will discuss tips and techniques for preparing your case and your client for mediation, advocacy at the mediation, documenting your settlement, zoom mediation tips, and mediation follow up. Also included will be a discussion of media
Presented by the Labor & Employment Section Dinner Subcommittee
Our esteemed panel will address the future of meal breaks following the California Supreme Court decision in Donohue, its impact on navigating meal breaks and related wage and hour laws, and what considerations are raised in light of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Presented by the Healthcare Law Section
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 LACBA Litigation Section’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee
Everyone brings implicit biases to a trial. To minimize the negative effects of these biases, attorneys and their clients should identify and manage their implicit biases, as well as those of opposing counsel and jurors. This two-part series takes a 360-degree
Presented by the Small Firm & Solo Practitioner Section
Originally Recorded 4/7/21
This program will review and discuss the various legal and business questions surrounding a 1031 exchange. It will summarize the important questions that attorneys should ask their clients in determining whether a 1031 exchange is the right choice and delve into the various tax considerations, legal requirements and important distinctions a
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 Litigation Section
The Los Angeles County Bar Association’s Litigation Section is pleased to have Presiding Judge Eric Taylor, Immediate-Past Presiding Judge Kevin Brazile, Judge Helen Zukin, Judge Audra Mori and Judge Kimberly Guillemet present on the Los Angeles County Superior Court’s new Judicial Mentor Program.The purpose o