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.
This informative guide assists attorneys and paralegals with procedures for transferring property that passes outright to a named beneficiary or a surviving spouse.
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.
Expertly advise clients using this title's clear, practical, up-to-date guidance on fiduciary duties in the most frequently encountered business contexts. This reference is essential for business and commercial litigators, business attorneys, and anyone advising California-based business entities.
Describes the procedure for contracting with one or more independent contractors or entering into three-party relationships.