We offer a broad array of print and digital resources and CLE programs in Litigation, Administrative Procedure, Appellate Law, Torts, Insurance, and other litigation and civil practice disciplines. Notable publications include California Civil Procedure Before Trial, California Government Tort Liability Practice, California Civil Discovery Practice and California Attorney Fee Awards. The OnLAW Litigation Library provides online legal analysis and procedural guidance with the added advantages of the web: speed, search capabilities, portability, and links to cited cases and codes. We offer as well many Civil Litigation & Torts CLE webinars and On Demand programs.
3 hours MCLE Credit
This information-packed annual update program is designed for plaintiff and defense attorneys whose practice involves personal injury or commercial torts. The outstanding faculty, consisting of nationally renowned trial attorneys, summarize key 2015 tort cases and statutory developments that will be critical to your practice.
This information-packed annual update program is designed for plaintiff and defense attorneys whose practice involves personal injury or commercial torts. The outstanding faculty, consisting of nationally renowned trial attorneys, summarize key 2016 tort cases and statutory developments critical to your practice.
3 hours MCLE Credit
During trial preparation and in the courtroom, use this annotated Evidence Code to quickly determine whether you can present particular evidence or object to the admission of evidence by reviewing the Evidence Code section and cases in which it has been applied.
1 hour MCLE Credit
An offer to allow judgment under CCP §998 can be a powerful tool for the civil litigator. This statutory procedure for encouraging settlement can significantly shift the costs of litigation, if used properly. Experienced trial attorneys John Burke and Nancy Fineman discuss how both plaintiffs and defendants can use CCP §998 offers to their advantage and the risks the parties assume in not accepting such an offer.
1.5 hours MCLE Credit including 0.5 hours in Legal Ethics
A good discovery plan will enable you to maximize results and minimize frustration. Our panel of expert litigators will discuss the rules and the realities of discovery, and share their thoughts on best practices. Join us to learn the strategies and techniques for optimizing your written discovery plan.
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