Widely known as the “crim law bible,” this CEB classic answers virtually every question about criminal law practice in California.
Comprehensive, in-depth coverage (including forms) of probate practice and procedures, summary probate proceedings, and transfers outside of probate.
Everything you need to know about preparing for all aspects of a civil trial.
Get the book you need to accurately calculate, track, and comply with California and federal employee leave entitlements. Confidently advise employees or employers on any leave-related question, including litigating leave law claims. Make sure your clients are in compliance with all applicable regulations.
In 2015, the Fiduciary Accounting Handbook answered the call of professionals from probate judges and examiners to trust administration attorneys for a book demystifying preparation of Probate Code accountings. Revised for 2018, the Handbook provides a step-by-step, schedule-by-schedule guide to preparing periodic accountings acceptable to the court and to affected parties.
Authors Stephen Kostka and Michael Zischke cover CEQA practice from all possible perspectives and provide you with invaluable practice tips and expert legal analysis. This definitive guide is the CEQA book most often cited by the California Supreme Court.
Learn ways to enhance your specialty and keep up to date on new law to meet the challenges of your practice.
Annual subscription includes 6 regular issues and online access.
Gain a complete command of everything needed to handle dissolution, legal separation, nullity, and parentage actions from both judicial and attorney perspectives—kept current with the latest cases, legislation, and court rules. Includes the companion pamphlet: Case and Legislation Highlights 2018.
Features the Gaw step-by-step systems approach to administering a single-person living trust after the settlor’s death; contains a comprehensive procedural checklist and single trustor hypothetical with forms.
The lead architects of the Davis-Stirling Act and its 2014 overhaul, Curtis C. Sproul and Katharine N. Rosenberry, and association advocate Mary M. Howell, help you advise homeowners and associations, handle any dispute, and understand all of the relevant laws.
Essential for both attorneys and nonprofits, this is a unique law and practice guide on forming, operating, and maintaining California nonprofit corporations, written and edited by an extraordinary group of well-known experts from across the state. It includes charts on charitable solicitation regulations and license requirements for all cities and counties in California.