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self-study/Administrative/Regulatory

A new standard for determining waiver of work product privilege

By LaKeysia Beene, Jason E. Fellner

self-study/Intellectual Property

Recent developments in copyright law

By Neville L. Johnson, Douglas L. Johnson

participatory/Civil Procedure

Jurors, justice and technology

By Howard B. Miller, Douglas R. Young

participatory/Administrative/Regulatory

The FDA and qualified health claims: a case study

By Charles Andres, David M. Hoffmeister, Georgia C. Ravitz, James R. Ravitz

participatory/Employment

Labor law and the now normal: COVID-19 and working from home

By Pankit J. Doshi, Howard B. Miller

self-study/Administrative/Regulatory

NLRB decision runs over workers’ rights

By Ira L. Gottlieb

participatory/Litigation

Crisis for justice: Courts, clients and judges

By Micha Star Liberty, Howard B. Miller

self-study/Class Actions

Trends emerge under Northern District’s class settlement guidelines

By Darren K. Cottriel, Brianne J. Kendall, Ann T. Rossum

self-study/Torts

Government Claims Act

By Jeffrey Y. Hamilton Jr., Alex Ricciardulli

participatory/Constitutional Law

The US Supreme Court saves DACA

By Howard B. Miller, Mark D. Rosenbaum

self-study/Consumer Law

The rise and fall of the EU-US Privacy Shield

By Heather A. Antoine, Mallory Petroli

self-study/Bankruptcy

Employment litigation in bankruptcy

By Zev Shechtman

participatory/Constitutional Law

The Constitution and robocalls

By Howard B. Miller, Stephen J. Newman

self-study/Consumer Law

CCPA enforcement and final regulations

By Heather A. Antoine, Mallory Petroli

participatory/Education Law

UCLA Law Dean Jennifer Mnookin: Educating lawyers for practice, the bar exam, and justice

By Howard B. Miller, Jennifer L. Mnookin

self-study/Constitutional Law

Understanding the contract clause of the US Constitution

By Gary S. Ganchrow

self-study/Legal Malpractice

Demurrer can dispose of legal malpractice claims based on the statute of limitations tolling provision

By Kevin Cardona, Jason E. Fellner, John Girarde

participatory/Civil Practice

Calendars and pandemics: challenges for courts, justice and lawyers

By Howard B. Miller, Philip M. Pro

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