List of Tests
MCLE Test Index
All the tests in this list are approved for one hour of MCLE credit.
The Los Angeles County Bar Association has been approved as a continuing legal education provider of Minimum Continuing Legal Education credit by the State Bar of California. This self-study activity will qualify for Minimum Continuing Legal Education credit by the State Bar of California in the amount of one hour.
No. 281: Deconstructing Dynamex - September 2018 - The landmark decision in Dynamex overturns a 30-year test for determining whether a worker is an employee or an independent contractor.
No. 280: Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 - July/August 2018 - Key provisions are likely to affect professionals, high-net-worth individuals, and businesses.
No. 279: Health First - June 2018 - In Whitlow v. California Department of Education, parents opposed the enforcement of SB 277 as a violation of their children's rights to due process.
No. 278: Quote No More - May 2018 - The new law outlawing past compensation queries may create more questions than answers in trying to decrease the gender pay gap for high-profile roles in Hollywood.
No. 277: 2017 Ethics Roundup - (Legal Ethics credit) April 2018 - California lawyers confronted ethical issues involving conflict of interest, work product and attorney-client protections, and malicious prosecution.
No. 276: Accommodating Attorneys - March 2018 - The Interactive process that a law firm establishes to assist disabled staff is key to selecting appropriate accommodations.
No. 275: Start-Up Opportunities - February 2018 - The Internal Revenue Code permits the exclusion of certain gains from qualified small business stock.
No. 274: A Clean Bill of Sale - January 2018 - Prospective real estate purchasers can use various government resources to assist in managing hazardous waste disposal.
No. 273: Excepting Misconduct - December 2017 -The California Law Revisions Commission is considering a statutory revision allowing an exception to the confidentiality privilege in mediation proceedings .
No. 272: The Language of Loss - November 2017 - Anti-Montrose provisions may significantly impact commercial general liability coverage, especially construction defect and products liability claims.
No. 271: Heart of the Matter - October 2017 - Despite its new ruling in TC Heartland, the high court leaves "wiggle room" regarding what constitutes a "regular and established place of business"
No. 270: Driving Responsibly - September 2017 - Figueroa v. United States holds that a post-accident cash deposit in lieu of insurance does not establish legal financial responsibility at the time of an accident in which injury occurs
No. 269: Taking it Home - July/August 2017 - Recent court cases have aligned California with other states in reaffirming factors found in Rowland v. Christian determinative of asbestos tort liability.
No. 268: Preserving the Golden Years - June 2017 - Theft, neglect, and physical abuse, including sexual assault, are among the most frequent crimes that occur in nursing facilities.
No. 267: 2016 Ethics Roundup - (Legal Ethics credit) April 2017 - Last year attorneys in the state found relief from malpractice claims under statutes regarding one-year tolling limitations and anti-SLAPP provisions.
No. 266: Perils of Third-Party Funding - (Legal Ethics credit) March 2017 - If counsel discloses work product to a third-party financier who has no interest in maintaining confidentiality, work-product protection may be waived.
No. 265: Ready Capital - February 2017 - Opening up unprecedented investment opportunities, the JOBS Act's lack of registration also engenders potential risks.
No. 264: Out of the Courts - January 2017 - Finding ways to deal with the prohibition on dual-tracking is a key part of avoiding foreclosure litigation.
No. 263: Finding the Path - December 2016 - New partnership audit rules to be enacted in 2018 provide important changes to existing regulations that need to be considered in drafting current partnership agreements.
No. 262: Lemon Law - November 2016 - Many UCC defenses once available in California have been abrogated or minimized as causes of action under prevailing warranty law.
No. 261: Surviving the Appraiser Shortage - October 2016 - Attorneys who need to meet minimum appraisal and appraiser requirements in their practices have various options.
No. 260: A Right to a View - September 2016 - Covenants that run with the land and equitable servitudes are both fundamental to land use restrictions that protect views
No. 259: Fashion Sense - July/August 2016 - Preserving a clothing brand requires a carefully analyzed application of the four main instruments of protection
No. 258: Trouble at Home - June 2016 In California, an employer cannot sue an in-house attorney employee for malpractice negligence arising from acts that are within the scope of employment