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Co-Employment and Joint Employer Liability

Join Christopher Scanlan to learn about joint employment issues involved in outsourcing, and other non-traditional employment relationships.

 

1.5 hours MCLE Credit

 

 

$99.00
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Collecting Your Fee: Getting Paid From Intake to Invoice

Increase client satisfaction—increase collections. In Collecting Your Fee, author Ed Poll outlines the basics you need and the systems to set in place to ultimately increase your bottom line and keep your clients happy while doing it.

$79.95

Commercial Breaches of Lease, Evictions, and Hot Button Issues

3 hours MCLE Credit

 

Not all commercial tenancies are cooperative or end amicably. Sometimes the tenant fails to pay rent or breaches lease covenants, and the landlord decides to pursue certain lease remedies, including eviction. Counsel advising commercial landlords and tenants should be familiar with potential remedies for breaches of lease, the eviction process, and hot button issues that arise in the commercial context. Learn how to minimize the losses to your clients when their commercial lease unravels.

$259.00
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Commercial Landlord-Tenant Disputes

3 hours MCLE Credit

 

California has bounced back from a period of sharply rising vacancies and declining rents, which, when accompanied by extremely tight credit markets, resulted in more defaults on commercial leases and loans. While some of these situations are still making their way through the system, the strengthening economy brings new types of business models into the market. For example, many new economy tenants want more workers in less space, 24-hour access to building services, and may use greater electrical and other building resources than in the past. All of these scenarios can lead to disputes between landlord and tenant. It makes sense to try to resolve these lease disputes, where possible, to help preserve the landlord and tenant relationship.

$259.00
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Commercial Real Property Leasing

5.75 hours MCLE Credit. Specialization Credit: .25 hours in Bankruptcy Law.

 

The California market, a client's lease may be one of its most valuable assets or a burdensome liability. Whether negotiating a lease to get the best terms for your client, helping to resolve issues that arise during the lease term, or counseling a client about options in dealing with an unfavorable lease, the real property attorney needs to be aware of all the complex issues—both legal and practical—that are currently facing commercial landlords and tenants, including what happens in the event of a bankruptcy. Acquire the skills you need to become competent in negotiating and drafting commercial leases and learn how to advise your client when conflicts arise.

$439.00
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Competency Issues: Attorney Wellness and Substance Abuse

David Mann of The Other Bar discusses brain chemistry, personality traits of attorneys, and characteristics of the legal profession that put attorneys at high risk of burnout and addiction. He will share with you strategies and resources to cope with the stress of law practice and get help.


1.25 hours MCLE Credit in Competence Issues

$79.00
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