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.
This program will teach you what you need to know about person most knowledgeable “PMK” depositions, including practice tips and strategies.
1.5 Hours MCLE Credit
Join Los Angeles County Superior Court Judges Renée Korn and Scott Gordon for a practical review and explanation of the hearsay rule and its various exceptions. Judge Korn and Judge Gordon will share insightful tips on how to handle out of court statements.
1 Hour MCLE Credit
Be alert and ready to object as needed when the opposing expert is testifying at trial. This program outlines common objections you can make when your opponent’s expert is testifying. Seasoned trial attorneys Jean Bertrand and Jean-Paul Cart share strategic tips and expertise gained from their vast and enviable experience.
1 Hour MCLE Credit
Join renowned trial attorney, Eugene Illovsky, as he takes you through the basics of a CCP §998 offer. Mr. Illovsky will walk you through the steps and best practices of preparing and serving an CCP §998 offer, and more.
1 hour MCLE Credit
Social media posts and text messages give us evidence we can use in court. But is such evidence reliable? This program will help you understand how to lay the proper foundation and authentication when introducing social media evidence.
1.25 Hours MCLE Credit
This focused program is a review of key cases concerning California appellate practice. Appellate experts discuss the need-to-know updates critical to your practice. This excellent program serves as a bridge between litigation, trial, and appellate practice. Panelists discuss what is and is not appealable.
1.5 Hours MCLE Credit. Appellate Practice specialization pending.
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