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self-study/Intellectual Property

Trade secret litigation on the rise in California: How ADR can help

By Elizabeth D. Laporte

self-study/Criminal Law

153: Beware and aware: review of cannabis law

By Howard B. Miller

self-study/Criminal Law

Navigating evidence in CalGang petitions for removal

By Benjamin S. Kagel, Suzy Marinkovich

self-study/Legal Ethics

The evolution of fee disputes

By David M. Majchrzak, Heather L. Rosing

self-study/Criminal Law

Navigating the law of Domestic Violence Restraining Orders

By Jillian E. Atuegbu, Robin Birnbaum

self-study/Land Use

Land use law and the idea of California

By Jennifer L. Hernandez, Howard B. Miller

self-study/Employment

A review of disability discrimination claims in 2019

By Jeffrey D. Polsky

self-study/Civil Practice

A deep dive into the antitrust claims against Facebook

By Daniel Bitton, Angelina Whitfield

self-study/Family Law

The law and practice of litigating Marvin claims in a less-married millennium

By Patrick Freeman, Roxanne Makoff

self-study/Intellectual Property

Do you have to disclose trade secrets to protect them?

By Samuel Yu

self-study/Constitutional Law

The eminent domain process

By Neli N. Palma

self-study/Civil Practice

Summary judgment after Sweetwater: Motions denied?

By Rosanna W. Gan, Gary A. Watt

self-study/Environmental Regulation

Drowning in confusion: What are ‘waters of the United States’?

By Marc R. Bruner

self-study/Employment

What confidential documents may a whistleblower take?

By Joshua J. Borger

self-study/Legal Ethics

When duties of candor and confidentiality collide

By Shawn Shaffie

self-study/Civil Procedure

New initial disclosure, supplementation option

By William Slomanson

self-study/Tax

Making sense of IRS Form 1099 in legal settlements

By Robert W. Wood

self-study/Business Organization

The top 10 legal issues for startups

By Roger Royse

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