We offer a broad array of print and digital resources and CLE programs in Litigation, Administrative Procedure, Appellate Law, Torts, Insurance, and other litigation and civil practice disciplines. Notable publications include California Civil Procedure Before Trial, California Government Tort Liability Practice, California Civil Discovery Practice and California Attorney Fee Awards. The OnLAW Litigation Library provides online legal analysis and procedural guidance with the added advantages of the web: speed, search capabilities, portability, and links to cited cases and codes. We offer as well many Civil Litigation & Torts CLE webinars and On Demand programs.
If you don’t think the Strategic Lawsuits Against Public Participation (SLAPP) statute affects your practice, think again…The SLAPP statute affects nearly all practice areas. In this 90-minute program, viewers will learn how to identify SLAPP suits and frame allegations and claims in a way that avoids unwittingly subjecting a litigant to the SLAPP statute. This course also outlines the basic procedures for making and defending against anti-SLAPP motions and discusses the consequences of making or being subject to anti-SLAPP motions.
1.5 hours MCLE Credit
Find out how, when, and why to attack pleadings. This program focusing on state court practice is presented by Shane Cahill from Long & Levit, LLP.
1 Hour MCLE Credit
Practical advice on evaluating and proving damages recoverable for a wide variety of personal injuries, and discussion of the kinds of injuries for which damages are and are not recoverable.
Now includes 20+ attorney-drafted sample forms
Contains in-depth discussions about the principles, authorities, causes of action, and defenses that control 12 specific personal injury situations. Includes chapters on pharmaceutical and medical device litigation and consumer manufacturers. Contains sample forms and commentary on drafting complaints and responsive pleadings, discovery requests, and settlement demands and offers for the most common personal injury actions.
Potential smartphone-based electronic evidence abounds today, but such evidence is of little value if it is not used effectively. This program will give you a judge’s perspective on the current issues arising with electronic evidence.
1.5 hours MCLE Credit
Specialization: Criminal Law
The panel shares practical pointers, garnered over the years from experience, for crafting and delivering effective opening statements and closing arguments. This program focuses on state court practice and will impart a checklist that you can put to immediate use in your practice.
1 hour MCLE credit
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