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self-study/Tax

Proposition 19 brings new rules for retaining assessed value

By Alex Z. Brown, Robert W. Wood

self-study/Criminal Practice

Navigating pre-court intervention in state and federal court

By Alan Eisner, Dmitry Gorin

self-study/Legal Malpractice

Year in review 2020: cases involving lawyers

By Kenneth C. Feldman, Alex A. Graft

self-study/Will/Trusts

Top 5 trusts and estates cases of 2020

By Ciarán O’Sullivan

self-study/Criminal Law

Advocating against ‘one-size-fits-all’ protective orders during the COVID-19 pandemic

By Michael Keough, Ashwin J. Ram, Jennie Shulkin, Nicholas Silverman

self-study/Constitutional Law

Invalid appointments and the restoration of DACA

By Suria M. Bahadue, Ethan D. Dettmer, Matthew S. Rozen

self-study/Intellectual Property

Privilege waiver and good faith reliance on non-privileged information

By Yuqing Cui, Richard S.J. Hung

self-study/Appellate Practice

Amicus participation in appellate litigation: a guide

By Johanna Schiavoni

self-study/Civil Practice

Discovery referees: A useful tool

By Michael S. Fields

self-study/Intellectual Property

Can businesses use third-party trademarks on their websites?

By Joshua H. Eichenstein

participatory/Administrative/Regulatory

The California Legislature next year: The wisdom of experience

self-study/Education Law

Developments related to sexual misconduct on college campuses

By Brenda Star Adams, Robyn Crowther, Maha Ibrahim

self-study/Family Law

Guardianships, the least restrictive alternative?

By Scott J. Nord

participatory/Administrative/Regulatory

The impact of litigation finance: a new world

By Howard B. Miller

self-study/Real Estate

Top 5 real estate cases of 2020

By Motunrayo D. Akinmurele, Zi C. Lin, Ryan C. Squire

self-study/Administrative/Regulatory

Dude, I inherited a pot farm!

By Robert Barton, Stacie P. Nelson, Vivian M. Rivera

self-study/Civil Practice

A few 2020 California Supreme Court cases for civil litigators

By Maribel Lopez, Gary A. Watt

participatory/Administrative/Regulatory

Bankruptcy and workout choices in COVID-19 time

By Howard B. Miller

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