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self-study/Family Law

Was it a gift, or wasn’t it?

By Scott J. Nord

self-study/Employment

Premium pay for meal break rounding violations after Donohue

By Kacey R. Riccomini, Arthur F. Silbergeld

self-study/Civil Practice

Errors relating to the presence of a jury

By David M. Axelrad

self-study/Legal Ethics

You had me at hello.

By Amy L. Bomse

self-study/Constitutional Law

Self-incrimination and restraining orders in California

By Dean Hansell, Bryant Y. Yang

self-study/Administrative/Regulatory

No courts, no law: the many futures of trial courts

By Howard B. Miller

self-study/Constitutional Law

Restraining orders and the Fifth Amendment to the Constitution

By Dean Hansell, Bryant Y. Yang

self-study/Administrative/Regulatory

Can professional associations dismiss members for internet posts?

By Joshua J. Borger

self-study/Competence Issues (Addressing Substance Abuse and Physical/Mental Impairment)

Legal ethics and mental health during ‘these uncertain times’

By Louie H. Castoria

self-study/Appellate Practice

Writs in the pandemic era of litigation

By Elizabeth A. Evans, Arezoo Jamshidi

self-study/Employment

Can employers fire employees for social or political speech?

By Joshua J. Borger

self-study/Family Law

Why can’t I see my grandchild?

By Scott J. Nord

self-study/Family Law

Litigating prenuptial agreements: validity and scope (part 2)

By Brandon Johnson, Carly Timm-Bijold, Diana P. Zitser

self-study/Appellate Practice

Has Appellate Delay Injustice become part of our legal DNA?

By Howard B. Miller

self-study/Family Law

Litigating prenuptial agreements: validity and scope

By Brandon Johnson, Carly Timm-Bijold, Diana P. Zitser

self-study/Appellate Practice

Conduct unappealing

By Benjamin G. Shatz

self-study/Criminal Law

Release to outpatient and restoration of sanity after an NGI finding

By Alan Eisner, Dmitry Gorin

self-study/Alternative Dispute Resolution

Will it be FAIR? Arbitration today and tomorrow

By Howard B. Miller

self-study/Employment

Dynamex’s classification test applies retroactively

By Felix Shafir

self-study/Administrative/Regulatory

The eminent domain process: trials

By Neli N. Palma

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