11/20/14: Breakfast at the Bar: State Court Demurrer Practice—What You Need to Know
Please join us for an informative and entertaining discussion with two L.A. Superior Court Judges and two private practice attorneys with plaintiff- and defense-side experience. This panel will explore the ins and outs of demurrer practice in state court, reasons for filing and not filing demurrers based on their scope and quality, and how demurrers can become critical to a litigant's success. The panel will also lead the discussion on best practices for litigants when approaching demurrer filing decisions through the examination of best and worst case scenarios Other aspects of general state court practice will also be discussed.
12/03/13: Breakfast at the Bar — Electronic Filing in the USDC Central District: Filing Your E-Motion Without Emotion
This session will include an overview of free Internet resources and will cover areas of legal and investigative research. Learn about websites for conducting free legal research, including sites that provide case law, statutes, rules, and secondary legal materials. We will review sources for conducting investigative research on prospective clients, opposing counsel, and expert witnesses. We will also discuss the next generation of government websites including fedsys.gov, congress.gov, and federalregister.gov. Gain valuable insight into the tools, tricks, and research survival skills used by legal research librarians on a daily basis.
04/13/13: Breakfast at the Bar: 110 Days to Trial
Attendees will have the benefit of learning from one federal and one state court judge about the critical last 110 days before trial. The panel will address the many tasks that must be accomplished and the time frames that apply in order to get a case ready for trial in both the State and Federal courts. Included in topics to be addressed will be final non-expert discovery, expert designations and depositions, Motions for Summary Judgment, Motions in Limine and working with and preparing witnesses, and organization of documents to best prepare yourself and your client for trial.
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