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1-HOUR
IMPLICIT BIAS

The goal will be to help participants gain a better understanding of: How the pandemic has shifted views about diversity, equity & inclusion and bias; Subconscious bias and how is can manifest as microaggressions in every day business interactions; How diversity of thought and experience can broaden business opportunities; and The importance of defining an intentional plan around DEI for your business.

Speaker: Natalie Norfus, The Norfus Firm, PLLC

$35 $27

1-HOUR
COMPETENCE ISSUES

This panel explores how an attorneys’ mental, emotional and physical abilities impact the work we do. In this time of COVID, care for ourselves and our clients has been particularly challenging. We not only need to have learning and skill, but need to know when our mental and emotional abilities are at risk. Join us as we examine our capacity to exercise self-compassion in the face of these trying times and make sure that we are maintaining our professional responsibilities to competently represent our clients and to assist our colleagues while taking care of ourselves mindfully!

Speakers: Nicole R. McAtee and Danielle R. Goodman, Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.

$35 $27

1-HOUR
LEGAL ETHICS

The program addresses the process of onboarding new clients with emphasis on risk management and compliance with the Rules of Professional Conduct.

Speakers: Joel A. Osman and David B. Parker, Parker Mills LLP

$35 $27

1-HOUR
IMPLICIT BIAS

The goal will be to help participants gain a better understanding of: How the pandemic has shifted views about diversity, equity & inclusion and bias; Subconscious bias and how is can manifest as microaggressions in every day business interactions; How diversity of thought and experience can broaden business opportunities; and The importance of defining an intentional plan around DEI for your business.

Speaker: Natalie Norfus, The Norfus Firm, PLLC

$35

1-HOUR
COMPETENCE ISSUES

This panel explores how an attorneys’ mental, emotional and physical abilities impact the work we do. In this time of COVID, care for ourselves and our clients has been particularly challenging. We not only need to have learning and skill, but need to know when our mental and emotional abilities are at risk. Join us as we examine our capacity to exercise self-compassion in the face of these trying times and make sure that we are maintaining our professional responsibilities to competently represent our clients and to assist our colleagues while taking care of ourselves mindfully!

Speakers: Nicole R. McAtee and Danielle R. Goodman, Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.

$35

1-HOUR
LEGAL ETHICS

The program addresses the process of onboarding new clients with emphasis on risk management and compliance with the Rules of Professional Conduct.

Speakers: Joel A. Osman and David B. Parker, Parker Mills LLP

$35

2-HOURS
ELIMINATION OF BIAS

This package fulfills all of your Bias MCLE requirements, including 1 hour of Implicit Bias.

Stephanie Blondell, lead faculty for the Pepperdine Straus Institute’s popular Women’s Negotiation Academy, explored recent research regarding the role of gender in negotiation. Professor Blondell challenged participants to consider the various biases that can bedevil and/or support both men and women in negotiations and identify techniques to overcome or use these biases to advantage.

The goal will be to help participants gain a better understanding of: How the pandemic has shifted views about diversity, equity & inclusion and bias; Subconscious bias and how is can manifest as microaggressions in every day business interactions; How diversity of thought and experience can broaden business opportunities; and The importance of defining an intentional plan around DEI for your business.

Speaker: Natalie Norfus, The Norfus Firm, PLLC

$50 $38

4-HOURS
LEGAL
ETHICS

This package fulfills all of your Legal Ethics (4 hours) requirements.

The program addresses the process of onboarding new clients with emphasis on risk management and compliance with the Rules of Professional Conduct.

Speakers: Joel A. Osman and David B. Parker, Parker Mills LLP

Legal ethics experts Carole J. Buckner, Partner & General Counsel at Procopio, Cory, Hargreaves & Savitch in San Diego and Rachelle H. Cohen, partner at Kehr, Schiff, Crane & Cohen, LLP in Los Angeles, will discuss ethical guidance for working remotely or transitioning to a virtual law practice and other law practice concerns that have arisen in the age of COVID.

Certain fact patterns enhance an estate planning attorney’s exposure to malpractice and to ethical violations. Focusing on statutes, case law and anecdotal experiences, our speaker, Randy Spiro, presents practical, problem-solving approaches to identify situations and mitigate the risk of malpractice. He discusses ways to document an attorney’s conduct and interactions that can help the practitioner and the senior clientele alike.

In this program, you will learn how to avoid State Bar complaints and what to do if it comes calling, along with the latest developments in fee agreements, malpractice claims and defenses, with an emphasis on entertainment law.

Speakers: Ellen A. Pansky, Pansky Markle Advisors, Kenneth C. Feldman, Lewis Brisbois, and Neville L. Johnson, Johnson & Johnson LLP

$75 $57

7-HOURS
SPECIAL SUBJECTS

This package fulfills all of your Special Subjects requirements: 4 hours of Legal Ethics, 2 hours Elimination of Bias (including 1 hour of Implicit Bias) and 1 hour of Competence Issues.

The program addresses the process of onboarding new clients with emphasis on risk management and compliance with the Rules of Professional Conduct.

Speakers: Joel A. Osman and David B. Parker, Parker Mills LLP

Legal ethics experts Carole J. Buckner, Partner & General Counsel at Procopio, Cory, Hargreaves & Savitch in San Diego and Rachelle H. Cohen, partner at Kehr, Schiff, Crane & Cohen, LLP in Los Angeles, will discuss ethical guidance for working remotely or transitioning to a virtual law practice and other law practice concerns that have arisen in the age of COVID.

Certain fact patterns enhance an estate planning attorney’s exposure to malpractice and to ethical violations. Focusing on statutes, case law and anecdotal experiences, our speaker, Randy Spiro, presents practical, problem-solving approaches to identify situations and mitigate the risk of malpractice. He discusses ways to document an attorney’s conduct and interactions that can help the practitioner and the senior clientele alike.

In this program, you will learn how to avoid State Bar complaints and what to do if it comes calling, along with the latest developments in fee agreements, malpractice claims and defenses, with an emphasis on entertainment law.

Speakers: Ellen A. Pansky, Pansky Markle Advisors, Kenneth C. Feldman, Lewis Brisbois, and Neville L. Johnson, Johnson & Johnson LLP

Stephanie Blondell, lead faculty for the Pepperdine Straus Institute’s popular Women’s Negotiation Academy, explored recent research regarding the role of gender in negotiation. Professor Blondell challenged participants to consider the various biases that can bedevil and/or support both men and women in negotiations and identify techniques to overcome or use these biases to advantage.

The goal will be to help participants gain a better understanding of: How the pandemic has shifted views about diversity, equity & inclusion and bias; Subconscious bias and how is can manifest as microaggressions in every day business interactions; How diversity of thought and experience can broaden business opportunities; and The importance of defining an intentional plan around DEI for your business.

Speaker: Natalie Norfus, The Norfus Firm, PLLC

This panel explores how an attorneys’ mental, emotional and physical abilities impact the work we do. In this time of COVID, care for ourselves and our clients has been particularly challenging. We not only need to have learning and skill, but need to know when our mental and emotional abilities are at risk. Join us as we examine our capacity to exercise self-compassion in the face of these trying times and make sure that we are maintaining our professional responsibilities to competently represent our clients and to assist our colleagues while taking care of ourselves mindfully!

Speakers: Nicole R. McAtee and Danielle R. Goodman, Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.

$125 $94

25-HOUR
COMPLIANCE PACKAGE

This package fulfills all of your MCLE requirements, including 4 hours of Legal Ethics, 2 hours Elimination of Bias (including 1 hour of Implicit Bias) and 1 hour of Competence Issues.

  • DEI @ Work: Avoiding the Bias Trap
  • Entertainment Year-in-Review: Ethics and Malpractice Panel
  • Ethical Considerations of Remote Work and Virtual Law Practices
  • Identifying and Avoiding Malpractice and Ethical Pitfalls with your Older Clients
  • Lawyers in a time of COVID — Are We Performing Competently?
  • Negotiation and Gender Intelligence: Tips and Techniques for Everyone
  • Onboarding New Clients and the Fundamentals of Conflicts of Interest
  • Advising Clients to Apologize and Forgive
  • Annual Insurance Update: COVID 19 Coverage, New Wrinkles in Bad Faith, and More
  • Avoid the risks of a cyber attack, regardless of your I.T. budget
  • Best Practices for Effective Depositions
  • Depp v Heard The Attorneys Who Broke It Down for the Masses
  • From Frazzled to Focused: Productivity and Efficiency Techniques
  • Fundamentals of Partnership Taxation
  • Guess What? Your Online Mediation Is Not Confidential!
  • How English Common Law Remains Relevant to Your Case
  • NFTs. What are they? What are they not?
    Proving Emotional Distress at Trial – Demystified
  • SCOTUS Preview Erwin Chemerinsky and Kimberly Atkins Stohr
  • Section 230 Social Media Explained. The Future of Free Speech on The Internet
  • Surviving a Bust: Crypto, NFTs, and Insolvency
  • The Art and Science of Gifts of Tangible Personal Property
  • The Ins and Outs of Arbitration Law
  • Tools and Tips for Opening and Growing a Successful Law Practice

$250 $188

2-HOURS
ELIMINATION OF BIAS

This package fulfills all of your Bias MCLE requirements, including 1 hour of Implicit Bias.

Stephanie Blondell, lead faculty for the Pepperdine Straus Institute’s popular Women’s Negotiation Academy, explored recent research regarding the role of gender in negotiation. Professor Blondell challenged participants to consider the various biases that can bedevil and/or support both men and women in negotiations and identify techniques to overcome or use these biases to advantage.

The goal will be to help participants gain a better understanding of: How the pandemic has shifted views about diversity, equity & inclusion and bias; Subconscious bias and how is can manifest as microaggressions in every day business interactions; How diversity of thought and experience can broaden business opportunities; and The importance of defining an intentional plan around DEI for your business.

Speaker: Natalie Norfus, The Norfus Firm, PLLC

$50

4-HOURS
LEGAL
ETHICS

This package fulfills all of your Legal Ethics (4 hours) requirements.

The program addresses the process of onboarding new clients with emphasis on risk management and compliance with the Rules of Professional Conduct.

Speakers: Joel A. Osman and David B. Parker, Parker Mills LLP

Legal ethics experts Carole J. Buckner, Partner & General Counsel at Procopio, Cory, Hargreaves & Savitch in San Diego and Rachelle H. Cohen, partner at Kehr, Schiff, Crane & Cohen, LLP in Los Angeles, will discuss ethical guidance for working remotely or transitioning to a virtual law practice and other law practice concerns that have arisen in the age of COVID.

Certain fact patterns enhance an estate planning attorney’s exposure to malpractice and to ethical violations. Focusing on statutes, case law and anecdotal experiences, our speaker, Randy Spiro, presents practical, problem-solving approaches to identify situations and mitigate the risk of malpractice. He discusses ways to document an attorney’s conduct and interactions that can help the practitioner and the senior clientele alike.

In this program, you will learn how to avoid State Bar complaints and what to do if it comes calling, along with the latest developments in fee agreements, malpractice claims and defenses, with an emphasis on entertainment law.

Speakers: Ellen A. Pansky, Pansky Markle Advisors, Kenneth C. Feldman, Lewis Brisbois, and Neville L. Johnson, Johnson & Johnson LLP

$75

7-HOURS
SPECIAL SUBJECTS

This package fulfills all of your Special Subjects requirements: 4 hours of Legal Ethics, 2 hours Elimination of Bias (including 1 hour of Implicit Bias) and 1 hour of Competence Issues.

The program addresses the process of onboarding new clients with emphasis on risk management and compliance with the Rules of Professional Conduct.

Speakers: Joel A. Osman and David B. Parker, Parker Mills LLP

Legal ethics experts Carole J. Buckner, Partner & General Counsel at Procopio, Cory, Hargreaves & Savitch in San Diego and Rachelle H. Cohen, partner at Kehr, Schiff, Crane & Cohen, LLP in Los Angeles, will discuss ethical guidance for working remotely or transitioning to a virtual law practice and other law practice concerns that have arisen in the age of COVID.

Certain fact patterns enhance an estate planning attorney’s exposure to malpractice and to ethical violations. Focusing on statutes, case law and anecdotal experiences, our speaker, Randy Spiro, presents practical, problem-solving approaches to identify situations and mitigate the risk of malpractice. He discusses ways to document an attorney’s conduct and interactions that can help the practitioner and the senior clientele alike.

In this program, you will learn how to avoid State Bar complaints and what to do if it comes calling, along with the latest developments in fee agreements, malpractice claims and defenses, with an emphasis on entertainment law.

Speakers: Ellen A. Pansky, Pansky Markle Advisors, Kenneth C. Feldman, Lewis Brisbois, and Neville L. Johnson, Johnson & Johnson LLP

Stephanie Blondell, lead faculty for the Pepperdine Straus Institute’s popular Women’s Negotiation Academy, explored recent research regarding the role of gender in negotiation. Professor Blondell challenged participants to consider the various biases that can bedevil and/or support both men and women in negotiations and identify techniques to overcome or use these biases to advantage.

The goal will be to help participants gain a better understanding of: How the pandemic has shifted views about diversity, equity & inclusion and bias; Subconscious bias and how is can manifest as microaggressions in every day business interactions; How diversity of thought and experience can broaden business opportunities; and The importance of defining an intentional plan around DEI for your business.

Speaker: Natalie Norfus, The Norfus Firm, PLLC

This panel explores how an attorneys’ mental, emotional and physical abilities impact the work we do. In this time of COVID, care for ourselves and our clients has been particularly challenging. We not only need to have learning and skill, but need to know when our mental and emotional abilities are at risk. Join us as we examine our capacity to exercise self-compassion in the face of these trying times and make sure that we are maintaining our professional responsibilities to competently represent our clients and to assist our colleagues while taking care of ourselves mindfully!

Speakers: Nicole R. McAtee and Danielle R. Goodman, Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.

$125

25-HOUR
COMPLIANCE PACKAGE

This package fulfills all of your MCLE requirements, including 4 hours of Legal Ethics, 2 hours Elimination of Bias (including 1 hour of Implicit Bias) and 1 hour of Competence Issues.

  • DEI @ Work: Avoiding the Bias Trap
  • Entertainment Year-in-Review: Ethics and Malpractice Panel
  • Ethical Considerations of Remote Work and Virtual Law Practices
  • Identifying and Avoiding Malpractice and Ethical Pitfalls with your Older Clients
  • Lawyers in a time of COVID — Are We Performing Competently?
  • Negotiation and Gender Intelligence: Tips and Techniques for Everyone
  • Onboarding New Clients and the Fundamentals of Conflicts of Interest
  • Advising Clients to Apologize and Forgive
  • Annual Insurance Update: COVID 19 Coverage, New Wrinkles in Bad Faith, and More
  • Avoid the risks of a cyber attack, regardless of your I.T. budget
  • Best Practices for Effective Depositions
  • Depp v Heard The Attorneys Who Broke It Down for the Masses
  • From Frazzled to Focused: Productivity and Efficiency Techniques
  • Fundamentals of Partnership Taxation
  • Guess What? Your Online Mediation Is Not Confidential!
  • How English Common Law Remains Relevant to Your Case
  • NFTs. What are they? What are they not?
    Proving Emotional Distress at Trial – Demystified
  • SCOTUS Preview Erwin Chemerinsky and Kimberly Atkins Stohr
  • Section 230 Social Media Explained. The Future of Free Speech on The Internet
  • Surviving a Bust: Crypto, NFTs, and Insolvency
  • The Art and Science of Gifts of Tangible Personal Property
  • The Ins and Outs of Arbitration Law
  • Tools and Tips for Opening and Growing a Successful Law Practice

$250

CLE Requirements: The State Bar of California requires attorneys to complete 25 credits, including 4 credits of legal ethics, 1 credit of competence issues, and 2 credits of elimination of bias, by January 31 every three years. At least one of the two elimination of bias credit hours must be devoted to implicit bias. There are three compliance groups, assigned by last name and staggered by year. All credits must be reported by February 1. No credits may be carried over to the next reporting period. For more information, please visit the FAQ page on the State Bar of California website.

NEW! Rule 2.72 of the Rules of the State Bar was revised to increase the elimination of bias requirement from one hour to two and to establish a sub-topic devoted to implicit bias. At least one of those two hours must be focused on implicit bias and the promotion of bias-reducing strategies to address how unintended biases regarding race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, or other characteristics undermine confidence in the legal system. A licensee shall meet the requirements of this section for each MCLE compliance period ending after January 31, 2022.

Learn about the specific requirements for newly-admitted California attorneys.

Completing Your California Requirements with BHBA: All courses viewed through BHBA OnDemand qualify as “participatory” credit. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn via participatory programs.

All BHBA courses are approved for participatory Minimum Continuing Legal Education credit by the State Bar of California in the amount shown in each course description and the Beverly Hills Bar Association certifies that this activity conforms to the standards for approved education activities prescribed by the rules and regulations of the State Bar of California governing minimum continuing legal education.

Attendance Reporting: Attorneys must report their own attendance to the State Bar of California. Members can report their credits through My State Bar Profile starting two months before their compliance deadline. Visit the State Bar of California’s MCLE FAQs for more details. 

Once you watch a video, or attend one of our CLEs live on Zoom, your certificate is automatically emailed to you and is also stored in your BHBA+ profile. We make State Bar compliance a breeze. One-click and you have all your proofs of attendance ready to go. Individual certificates, self-study CLE tracking form, and a full list of courses taken right at your fingertips.

CLE Requirements: The State Bar of California requires attorneys to complete 25 credits, including 4 credits of legal ethics, 1 credit of competence issues, and 2 credits of elimination of bias, by January 31 every three years. At least one of the two elimination of bias credit hours must be devoted to implicit bias. There are three compliance groups, assigned by last name and staggered by year. All credits must be reported by February 1. No credits may be carried over to the next reporting period. For more information, please visit the FAQ page on the State Bar of California website.

NEW! Rule 2.72 of the Rules of the State Bar was revised to increase the elimination of bias requirement from one hour to two and to establish a sub-topic devoted to implicit bias. At least one of those two hours must be focused on implicit bias and the promotion of bias-reducing strategies to address how unintended biases regarding race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, or other characteristics undermine confidence in the legal system. A licensee shall meet the requirements of this section for each MCLE compliance period ending after January 31, 2022.

Learn about the specific requirements for newly-admitted California attorneys.

Completing Your California Requirements with BHBA: All courses viewed through BHBA OnDemand qualify as “participatory” credit. There is no limit to the number of credits an attorney can earn via participatory programs.

All BHBA courses are approved for participatory Minimum Continuing Legal Education credit by the State Bar of California in the amount shown in each course description and the Beverly Hills Bar Association certifies that this activity conforms to the standards for approved education activities prescribed by the rules and regulations of the State Bar of California governing minimum continuing legal education.

Attendance Reporting: Attorneys must report their own attendance to the State Bar of California. Members can report their credits through My State Bar Profile starting two months before their compliance deadline. Visit the State Bar of California’s MCLE FAQs for more details. 

Once you watch a video, or attend one of our CLEs live on Zoom, your certificate is automatically emailed to you and is also stored in your BHBA+ profile. We make State Bar compliance a breeze. One-click and you have all your proofs of attendance ready to go. Individual certificates, self-study CLE tracking form, and a full list of courses taken right at your fingertips.

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Navigating the OpenSea – The Business Side of NFTsBusiness Law
BHBA Startup Law Initiative: Entity ChoiceBusiness Law
BHBA Startup Law Initiative  Intellectual PropertyBusiness Law
BHBA Startup Law Initiative: EmploymentBusiness Law
The Bankruptcy Jurisprudence of Justice William O  DouglasBusiness Law / Bankruptcy Law
Perspectives from the Bench and a Subchapter V TrusteeBusiness Law / Bankruptcy Law
Winning at the Bankruptcy Appellate Panel, the Do’s and Don’ts for SuccessBusiness Law / Bankruptcy Law
Surviving a Bust: Crypto, NFTs, and InsolvencyBusiness Law / Bankruptcy Law
Lawyers in a time of COVID: Are We Performing Competently?Competence Issues
Navigating Uncertainty – Seeking Wellness While Coping in Unusual TimesCompetence Issues
Regulatory Implications in the NFT and the Metaverse SpacesCriminal Law
Ethel Esquire and Her Eternal In House Ethical IssuesCriminal Law
Human Trafficking in the US. Cultural Competency and Trauma – BHBA’s Community Legal ClinicElimination of Bias
Implicit Bias in Employment Law: Historical PerspectiveElimination of Bias
Proposed Reparations for Descendants of America’s Slaves — Considerations and CalculationsElimination of Bias
Recognizing and Eliminating Bias. AI & Algorithmic DiscriminationElimination of Bias
Recognizing Biases, Assumptions and StereotypesElimination of Bias
Being a Race-Conscious Leader in LawElimination of Bias
DEI @ Work  Avoiding the Bias TrapElimination of Bias
Bending the Arc of History Towards Justice in the Probate CourtElimination of Bias
Negotiation and Gender Intelligence: Tips and Techniques for EveryoneElimination of Bias
Post Roe LGBTQ Equality  Litigation and Policy PreviewsElimination of Bias
Structuring and Negotiating NFT and Blockchain AgreementsEntertainment Law
The Legal Minefield of NFT’s – The Lawsuits Have BegunEntertainment Law
NFTs. What are they? What are they not?Entertainment Law
Section 230 Social Media Explained. The Future of Free Speech on The InternetEntertainment Law
Immigration Update: How to Get US Visas for Entertainers, Artists, Athletes & Crew – Trump, COVID-19Entertainment Law
Film & TV Crisis Update: Force Majeure, Financing, Insurance, Labor, COVID-19 Legal IssuesEntertainment Law
Battling over Arbitration Clauses: Tips, Traps, and Latest DevelopmentsEntertainment Law
ESPORTS ECOSYSTEM 2020 & FUTURE: Legal Issues for Publishers, Platforms, Teams, Leagues and PlayersEntertainment Law
What Entertainment Transactional Lawyers Need To Know: Updates for Film, TV & Music IndustryEntertainment Law
Hollywood Production Restart: Legal Issues in Post-COVID-19 ReopeningEntertainment Law
Music Industry Updates 2020: Present And Future, Income, Covid-19, Virtual Live Streaming, MMA, AB-5Entertainment Law
Profit Participation Arrangements: TV, Film, Digital Platforms, Studios, Merchandise, AuditEntertainment Law
Music Modernization Act and The MLCEntertainment Law
Debuting Olympic Sports 2021: Legal & Athletic Perspectives. Athlete US Immigration,  SkateboardingEntertainment Law
International Film Financing: A Global Prospective for 2021Entertainment Law
2020 Entertainment Year-in-Review: Litigation UpdateEntertainment Law
2020 Entertainment Year-in-Review: Production & COVID UpdateEntertainment Law
Art & Music and NFT Boom – What and How Intellectual Property Rights Are ImplicatedEntertainment Law
Silver Linings of The Weinstein Company Bankruptcy? Participation Agreements, Executory ContractsEntertainment Law
The MLC, Mechanical Licensing Collective: Why It Matters, What’s Changing, How To Collect Your MoneyEntertainment Law
The Podcast Adaptation Boom: Audio as Source IP for Television and FilmEntertainment Law
That’s Entertainment! Bicoastal Profit Participation Disputes in Films and Other Entertainment DealsEntertainment Law
Ken Ziffren: M&A, Features & TV: Trends & Transitions for Media & Entertainment Lawyers – 2021Entertainment Law
Esports Partnerships: Venue, Brand, Teams and Influencer DealsEntertainment Law
Update on Immigration in the Entertainment SectorEntertainment Law
2021 Entertainment Year-in-Review: Cases that Rocked the Entertainment World in 2021Entertainment Law
2021 Entertainment Year-in-Review: Transactional PanelEntertainment Law
International Film Production: A Global Prospective for 2022Entertainment Law
Fish Out of Water: How Entertainment Attorneys Can Win in ArbitrationEntertainment Law
What Your Need To Know on Fraud in the Motion Picture and Television IndustryEntertainment Law
Utilizing Data Analysis in the New Film and TV LandscapeEntertainment Law
2022 Trends and Transitions for Media and Entertainment LawyersEntertainment Law
The Impact of NFTs on Family LawFamily Law
2021 Family Law Symposium: Child Custody IssuesFamily Law
Divorce Tax Tips and Tricks for the Family Law Practitioner 2021Family Law
Enforcement and Modification of Support Orders – The Uniform Interstate Family Support Act (UIFSA)Family Law
Enforcement of Financial Orders – Family Law Nuts & BoltsFamily Law
Forensic Accounting – Reading Financial DocumentsFamily Law
Four Corners – 2021 Family Law Annual Case UpdateFamily Law
How Coparenting Apps Help Practitioners Manage Their Child Custody CaseFamily Law
How NFTs Work, Crypto, Blockchain, Smart Contracts, NFT Meaning – Definition -Divorce & Digital AssetsFamily Law
2021 Family Law Symposium: Identifying and Managing Changes in Finances During the PandemicFamily Law
Meet the Family Law Legal Aid OrganizationsFamily Law
Post Judgment Spousal Support Issues – How Best to Present Your Argument to the Court & MoreFamily Law
PPP Loans, ERTC Credits, and Other Tax Traps Family Law Attorneys Need to KnowFamily Law
Recent Trends in Premarital AgreementsFamily Law
Supervised Visitation During COVID-19. Child Custody. Court Orders.Family Law
The Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child AbductionFamily Law
Tips for Drafting Family Law Judgments. Court Check Lists for Processing JudgmentsFamily Law
UCCJEA Child Custody Jurisdiction – Legal & Tactical ConsiderationsFamily Law
Virtual Mediation Using Zoom – Tips & How To Family Law Disputes Under COVID‐19Family Law
2022 Meet the Mental Health Professionals NightFamily Law
What’s New in Department 2Family Law
What’s New in 2: July 2022Family Law
Family Law Nuts & Bolts – Part 1: What You Need to KnowFamily Law
COVID, Custody, and Civil Unrest: The 2020 Holiday SeasonFamily Law
Hollywood Divorces: An Insider’s Perspective on Navigating A DivorceFamily Law
Working with Experts In High Conflict Custody CasesFamily Law
Family Law Symposium 2019Family Law
Anne C. Kiley/Direct ExaminationFamily Law / Direct Examination
Betty Nordwind/Direct ExaminationFamily Law / Direct Examination
Dana Lowy & Doreen Olson/Direct ExaminationFamily Law / Direct Examination
Hon. Thomas Trent Lewis/Direct ExaminationFamily Law / Direct Examination
Joseph Mannis/Direct ExaminationFamily Law / Direct Examination
Judge Amy Pellman/Direct ExaminationFamily Law / Direct Examination
Judge Elizabeth Scully/Direct ExaminationFamily Law / Direct Examination
Kristina Royce/Direct ExaminationFamily Law / Direct Examination
Larry A. Ginsberg/Direct ExaminationFamily Law / Direct Examination
Laura A. Wasser/Direct ExaminationFamily Law / Direct Examination
Robert C. Brandt/Direct ExaminationFamily Law / Direct Examination
Ronald F. Brot/Direct ExaminationFamily Law / Direct Examination
Alexandra Leichter: Direct Examination with Dan & LaurenFamily Law / Direct Examination
Lisa Meyer: Direct Examination with Dan & LaurenFamily Law / Direct Examination
Fertility Law 101Family Law / Fertility Law/Family Formation
Fundamentals of Drafting a Gestational Surrogacy ContractFamily Law / Fertility Law/Family Formation
When Two People Love Each Other Very Much – How LGBTQ+ Families are MadeFamily Law / Fertility Law/Family Formation
Biden Immigration Reform Bill 2021. US Citizenship Act of 2021. Immigration Law UpdateImmigration Law
How to File a Personal Injury Claim (US Immigrants)Immigration Law
Domestic Worker Bill of Rights. Labor & Employment Law, US ImmigrationImmigration Law
Defending Immigrants: Impact of Crime on Immigration ReliefImmigration Law
H is the Reason for the Season: Helping Clients With Their H-1B NeedsImmigration Law
Investor Visas: What You Need to KnowImmigration Law
A Primer and Update on Non Immigrant Work Visas for Foreign WorkersImmigration Law
Refuge or Refusal: The state of US Asylum Law and Policy TodayImmigration Law
Fundamentals of Immigration LawImmigration Law
OFAC & U.S. Sanctions Regulations and EnforcementImmigration Law
Annual Update on Developments in InsuranceInsurance Law
Annual Insurance Update: COVID 19 Coverage, New Wrinkles in Bad Faith, and MoreInsurance Law
Copyright Offices Outside the United StatesIntellectual Property
Crypto and Criminal Law: Everything You Wanted to Know. NFT, Bitcoin, Dogecoin, Ethereum Market 2021Intellectual Property
Intellectual Property Issues in Social Media. Fair Use, Copyright, DMCA Takedown, Content OwnershipIntellectual Property
Supreme Court Alters Trademark Landscape: A Discussion of Damages Post RomagIntellectual Property
Curb Bad Behavior: Preventing Sexual Harassment from a Male PerspectiveLabor & Employment Law
Qui Tam 101: False Claims Act, Whistleblowers, Corporate Fraud and Employer MisconductLabor & Employment Law
Paycheck Protection Program Updates. PPP Best PracticesLabor & Employment Law
COVID-19 in the Workplace – Hot Topics as California Gears Up for Reopening. PPP, Tax, EPSLA, FFCRALabor & Employment Law
Older Employees and COVID-19 in the WorkplaceLabor & Employment Law
Employment Law Update: The Best and the Worst of 2020Labor & Employment Law
AB5 Update: Employee vs. Independent Contractor CaliforniaLabor & Employment Law
Is My Workplace Safe? Returning to the Workplace MindfullyLabor & Employment Law
California’s Workplace Rules in the Pandemic and Post-pandemic WorldLabor & Employment Law
Can Employers Require Covid Vaccine? Employee Rights, Exceptions, Compensation, Return to Work, FAQLabor & Employment Law
Pregnancy Discrimination in 2022Labor & Employment Law
2022 PAGA Update—PAGA’s Past, Present and FutureLabor & Employment Law
The Intersection Between Workers Compensation and Employment LawLabor & Employment Law
Understanding PAGA after the U S  Supreme Court’s Decision in Viking River CruisesLabor & Employment Law
Equal Pay for Equal Play  McCracken v  Riot GamesLabor & Employment Law
Proving Emotional Distress at Trial – DemystifiedLabor & Employment Law
So You Think You Want to Open A Law Firm?Law Practice Management & Technology
How To Protect Your Data Remotely: Cybersecurity During Coronavirus QuarantineLaw Practice Management & Technology
Your Essential Guide to Essential Services Law and Practicing Law in the age of COVID-19Law Practice Management & Technology
Best Digital Practices for Enhancing Client RelationshipsLaw Practice Management & Technology
Artificial Intelligence: Real Opportunities For Lawyers. Threats. AI Lawyer Robot.Law Practice Management & Technology
How To Run a Virtual Law Firm and Work Remotely EfficientlyLaw Practice Management & Technology
Cyberinsurance: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the PolicyLaw Practice Management & Technology
The Ramifications of Interpreting and Translating in the Practice of LawLaw Practice Management & Technology
Tools and Tips for Opening and Growing a Successful Law PracticeLaw Practice Management & Technology
New Ethics Rules in the Biden Administration & Other Government Ethics UpdatesLegal Ethics
Really Interesting Lawyer Stuff: Pandemic EthicsLegal Ethics
2021 Ethics Year-In-ReviewLegal Ethics
2020 Entertainment Year-in-Review: Ethics in the Entertainment IndustryLegal Ethics
Ethical Considerations of Remote Work and Virtual Law PracticesLegal Ethics
From the Inside Out: Psychological, Legal and Ethical Aspects of ElderhoodLegal Ethics
Identifying and Avoiding Malpractice and Ethical Pitfalls with your Older ClientsLegal Ethics
Selected Ethics Issues From the New Guide to the Rules of Professional ConductLegal Ethics
Trusts & Estates Ethics Practitioners in the 21st Century: Age-Old Issues In A New EnvironmentLegal Ethics
Mediation Ethics and Practice: East vs West, New York and CaliforniaLegal Ethics
2021 Entertainment Year-in-Review: Ethics and Malpractice PanelLegal Ethics
Onboarding New Clients and the Fundamentals of Conflicts of InterestLegal Ethics
Advanced Trial Skills: Using Trial ThemesLitigation Law
ANTI-SLAPP ACROSS THE USA: Developments In State Anti-SLAPP LawsLitigation Law
Before the Breach: Cybersecurity Tips for Law Firms and ClientsLitigation Law
Business Valuation and Damages Calculations During COVID-19Litigation Law
Drafting Effective Amicus Briefs & Using Them StrategicallyLitigation Law
Guess What? Your Online Mediation Is Not Confidential!Litigation Law
In Case You Missed It: Civil Law Highlights from the Past YearLitigation Law
Investigators in Litigation Matters: Techniques, Research, Surveillance, Background Checks, EthicsLitigation Law
Jury Trials in a COVID Era: Looking Back and Looking ForwardLitigation Law
Litigation Finance: Funding the Law Firm of the FutureLitigation Law
PAGA Update 2021: Overview & Recent DevelopmentsLitigation Law
Scope of Privacy Privilege in LitigationLitigation Law
Toxicology Pearls for Attorneys: What You Need to Know About Effects of Alcohol & Drugs. ImpairmentLitigation Law
Website Accessibility: Both Sides of the StoryLitigation Law
Where Lawyers Get Into Trouble: Real Estate Transactions and LitigationLitigation Law
Post Roe  Trigger Laws, Bans, and More RestrictionsLitigation Law
The Ins and Outs of Arbitration LawLitigation Law
How English Common Law Remains Relevant to Your CaseLitigation Law
War Stories with Morgan Chu. Top Ten Trial Lawyer, Intellectual PropertyLitigation Law / War Stories
War Stories: PATTY GLASER on the Boxing Helena Trial, Kim BasingerLitigation Law / War Stories
War Stories: Pierce O’Donnell On The Art Buchwald Trial: Paramount, Eddie Murphy’s Coming to AmericaLitigation Law / War Stories
War Stories: Roman Silberfeld is the David who slew Disney’s GoliathLitigation Law / War Stories
War Stories: Martin D. Singer on the Ryan O’Neal TrialLitigation Law / War Stories
War Stories: Adam StreisandLitigation Law / War Stories
War Stories: Neville JohnsonLitigation Law / War Stories
War Stories Special EditionLitigation Law / War Stories
War Stories  Gary BostwickLitigation Law / War Stories
Advising Clients to Apologize and ForgiveMediation
Hire, Promote or Appoint: The New List of Arbitrators of African Descent with a US ConnectionMediation
ZOOM: The Future of Virtual Dispute ResolutionMediation
From Frazzled to Focused: Productivity and Efficiency TechniquesOther
Law Firms, Cybersecurity Attacks & Exactly What To Do About ItOther
SCOTUS Preview: Erwin Chemerinsky and Melissa Murray on the 2021-2022 TermOther
Valuation and Appraisal of Wine CollectionsOther
Depp v  Heard   The Attorneys Who Broke It Down for the MassesOther
How to Pass the California Bar Exam: A Simple Game PlanOther
Cannabis Investment 101: Risks and OpportunitiesOther
Avoid the risks of a cyber attack, regardless of your I.T.  budgetOther
Boosting Your California State Trial Court Win Rates With Legal AnalyticsOther
How to Guarantee that Your Law Firm has the BEST Team Managing Your TechnologyOther
Business Appraisal & Real Estate Valuation 2020: Federal Rules of Evidence in a Free Fall EconomyReal Estate
Homeowner-Contractor Disputes and the Right to Repair Act SB800Real Estate
Proposition 19  Consequences, Update and WorkaroundsReal Estate
Real Estate Mediation Tips from the ProsReal Estate
Review of New CAR Residential Purchase and Sale Agreement by CAR CounselReal Estate
Top 2021 Cases Affecting Real EstateReal Estate
Capital Gains Tax Planning for Real Estate Sales Alternatives to 1031 ExchangesReal Estate
Tax Implications of Acquiring, Holding or Selling NFTsTaxation Law
Corporate Separations Are Inevitable; The Complex Rules of Doing Them Tax FreeTaxation Law
International Tax Legislation – A Practical AnalysisTaxation Law
Required Minimum Distributions After the SECURE Act and the CARES ActTaxation Law
Proposed Regulations Issued by U.S.  Department of The TreasuryTaxation Law
Beyond the Headlines: The Pandora Papers. Recent Developments in Offshore Tax EnforcementTaxation Law
Preparing for a Successful Sale of a BusinessTaxation Law
President Biden’s Build Back Better Plan. The Assessment: A Roundtable Discussion of Tax PolicyTaxation Law
Cryptocurrency U.S. Taxation Considerations 2021Taxation Law
Income Tax Planning with Trusts: No Such Thing as a New IdeaTaxation Law
International Tax Proposals in President Biden’s Green BookTaxation Law
2021 California Property Tax Updates and Developments. Prop 13, Prop 19Taxation Law
Tax Policy Under The Biden AdministrationTaxation Law
Proposition 19 – Explaining the Property Tax ImpactsTaxation Law
Business Valuation and Damages Calculations During COVID-19Taxation Law
Keeping Pace with COVID: Updates in Labor/Employment, Bankruptcy/Restructuring, PPP Loan ForgivenessTaxation Law
Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Round 2 Part 1 – Overview of the New Program, FAQTaxation Law
Domestic Asset Protection California: Survive the Unforeseen Liabilities Caused By COVID-19Taxation Law
Latest International Tax Regulations Update: Final GILTI High Tax and FDIITaxation Law
Managing Tax and Bankruptcy Issues in Your COVID-19 Divorce: Avoid Traps for the UnwaryTaxation Law
Tax(person) at the Door: Bankruptcy, Exemption Planning, Collection Powers, Liens and Horror StoriesTaxation Law
The Tax Joys of Opportunity ZonesTaxation Law
International Tax Update on Recent (April 21, 2020) IRS Administration GuidanceTaxation Law
Fundamentals of Partnership TaxationTaxation Law
Sha’aria Law & US Tax ObligationsTaxation Law
Tax Impact of The Inflation Reduction ActTaxation Law
S Corps and Trusts with Foreign BeneficiariesTaxation Law
Conserving Britney: The Internal Affairs of Conservatorships: How They Run, Change and EndTrusts & Estates
Estate Planning with Charitable TrustsTrusts & Estates
How SB 9 Can Change Communities Throughout CaliforniaTrusts & Estates
In Home Care: Advantages of Hiring Legally & Consequences of Under The TableTrusts & Estates
Potential Pitfalls Post-Trust Creation: What Happens After a Revocable Estate Plan is CreatedTrusts & Estates
The Intersection Between Family Law and Estate PlanningTrusts & Estates
The SECURE Act & Special Needs Trusts or What’s An AMBT and Why Should I CareTrusts & Estates
The Struggle is Real: The Current Legal and Regulatory Landscape for Substance Use Disorder ProviderTrusts & Estates
Mistakes That Real Estate Agents Make That Can Cost You and Your ClientsTrusts & Estates
Laying The Foundation For Appellate Success  Tips For T&E LitigatorsTrusts & Estates
Mistakes Estate Planning Attorneys Make that Put Litigators’ Kids Through CollegeTrusts & Estates
COVID-19 Recession: Business and Asset ProtectionTrusts & Estates
Do The Right Thing: Managing Trusts for Beneficiaries who are Older or DisabledTrusts & Estates
Estate Planning for Older Adults through the Lens of COVID-19 VirusTrusts & Estates
Estate Planning for Retirement Plans under the SECURE ActTrusts & Estates
Estate Planning Under the Biden Administration’s Tax PlanTrusts & Estates
Estate Planning with CopyrightsTrusts & Estates
Handling Decedent’s Estates and Trusts with Community Property or Debt IssuesTrusts & Estates
Render unto California: State Income Taxation of Trusts & EntitiesTrusts & Estates
Understanding the Unique Challenges of Court Confirmed Real Estate SalesTrusts & Estates
2021 Trust, Probate & Conservatorship Annual Litigation UpdateTrusts & Estates
Governance Structures for Multigenerational PlanningTrusts & Estates
Identifying Scenarios That Demand High Level Benefits PlanningTrusts & Estates
Effect of AB 1194 on ConservatorshipsTrusts & Estates
Administering a Probate: What to do after your petition is approvedTrusts & Estates
Probate 101: Omitted Spouses and Children – Post-Planning SurprisesTrusts & Estates
Creditor’s Claims Dos and Don’tsTrusts & Estates
The Assisted Living Waiver  What All Attorneys should KnowTrusts & Estates
The Seemingly Happily Married Senior Couple Consider Divorce as You Prepare their Estate PlanTrusts & Estates
The Art and Science of Gifts of Tangible Personal PropertyTrusts & Estates
The HCBS Final Rule and its Game Changing EffectsTrusts & Estates
Session 2:  The Anxious Lawyer – Meditation and Mindfulness for LawyersWork-Life Balance
Women in Law: Discovering the True Meaning of SuccessWork-Life Balance