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self-study/Alternative Dispute Resolution

New Year, new mass arbitration rules from the AAA

By JoeAl Akobian, Matthew T. Billeci, Michael Kushner, Luanna De Mello, John A. Vogt

self-study/Torts

Liens, insurance and attorney referrals

By Allen P. Wilkinson

self-study/Criminal Law

Penal Code Section 654

By Gregg L. Prickett

self-study/Will/Trusts

Top five trusts and estates cases of 2023

By Ciarán O’Sullivan

self-study/Corporate

Managing ESG litigation risk for companies

By Brian D. Israel

self-study/Data Privacy

New privacy considerations under CPPA regulations

By Kenny Gutierrez, Chiara Portner

self-study/Legal Malpractice

Mitigating the risks of malpractice claims from third parties

By Alanna G. Clair, Shari L. Klevens

self-study/Practice and Pleading

Throwing the book at improper citations

By Zareh Jaltorossian

self-study/Legal Ethics

How attorneys can end up on Santa's 'nice' list

By Alanna G. Clair, Shari L. Klevens

self-study/Damages

Liquidated damages could undo a settlement agreement

By Abraham Kahn

self-study/Family Law

Guide to Family Court “Buzzwords” (Part 2)

By Patti C. Ratekin

self-study/Family Law

Guide to Family Court “Buzzwords” (Part 1)

By Patti C. Ratekin

self-study/Legal Ethics

How much can judges socialize with lawyers?

By Wendy L. Patrick

self-study/Implicit bias and the promotion of bias-reducing strategies

Promoting integrity and inclusion: California’s formal recognition of the link between civility and bias

By Wendy L. Patrick

self-study/Court Rules and Procedures

'Superior to what?' A brief explication of complication

By Benjamin G. Shatz

self-study/Legal Ethics

Appellate ruling limits appearances by trustees and executors in pro per

By Mark J. Phillips, Jake V. Phillips

self-study/Evidence

Last words: On dying declarations

By Ashfaq G. Chowdhury

self-study/Legal Ethics

Lessons learned from classic fictional attorneys

By Joanna L. Storey

self-study/Alternative Dispute Resolution

Bakery case before Supreme Court shows knead for clarity of FAA exemption

By Rex Darrell Berry

self-study/Evidence

How to do things with words

By Ashfaq G. Chowdhury

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