Join us for a review of the judicial standards and a discussion of what makes a bail request compelling, what judges are concerned with in setting bail, and what policy changes might be in the works. How bias can affect bail and what can be done about it will also be discussed.
1 hour MCLE Credit
1 hour (C) Substantive Criminal Law and Procedure
In The Basics Conference 2018: Employment Litigation, you will learn about the sequence of an employment dispute that culminates in trial. Experienced employment litigation and trial attorneys will present the state and federal perspectives in addition to imparting best practices.
12 Hours MCLE Credit
The mission of the California Labor Commissioner's Office, also known as the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement (DLSE), is to ensure a just day's pay in every workplace. Join three of California’s top practitioners in this area— Pieter Bogaards, Leiann Laiks, and Marco A. Palau—as they discuss best practices before the DLSE.
1.5 Hours MCLE Credit
This program outlines the anti-harassment and anti-discrimination laws that apply to law firms of different sizes and outline how to form and implement policies that foster a diverse and inclusive legal workplace.
1 Hour MCLE credit in Elimination of Bias
Legal analysis and procedural guidance by and for California judges and lawyers.
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The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is currently scheduled to enter into effect on January 1, 2020. This presentation focuses on the practical implications of the new statute, and provides an overview of recent bills and other attempts at amending or superseding the current version of the CCPA.
1 Hour MCLE Credit
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