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    LSS California CCP 998: Offers to Compromise

    This webinar took place on January 31, 2019.

    Speaker: Christopher L. Walters, Esq. of Walters Law

    Christopher Walters graduated from the University of California, Berkeley with undergraduate degrees in Integrative Biology and Religious Studies in 1996. He then obtained his law degree from the University of Southern California Law School in 1999, where he was on the Southern California Law Review staff and graduated in the top 15% of his class.

    Mr. Walters began his career with Ross, Dixon & Bell in San Diego. Ross, Dixon & Bell later merged with the international law firm of Troutman Sanders. Christopher was a partner at both Ross, Dixon & Bell and Troutman Sanders. After Christopher left Troutman Sanders, he worked at the law firms of Robbins Umeda (now Robbins Arroyo) and Mazzarella Law Group. After being a lawyer for almost 15 years, Christopher decided to start Walters Law Group.

    Christopher lives in East County San Diego with his wife Laura and his three daughters. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of the San Diego Volunteer Lawyer Program and Toward Maximum Independence. He previously served on the Board of the East County Family YMCA. When he is not working, he enjoys spending time with his family, reading and camping.

    Description: Mr. Walters covers the purpose of a 998 Offer, the mechanics and procedures for extending and accepting a 998 Offer, how does a 998 Offer incentivize settlement, what are the penalties for the rejecting party, 998 Offers issued to multiple parties, considerations in making and responding to a 998 Offer, and how to support a litigator in making 998 Offers.

    This webinar will provide 1 hour of self-study credit.

    LSS Federal Court Rules Webinar

    This webinar took place on April 1, 2019.

    Joe Diaz is the CM/ECF Coordinator for the United States District Court, Southern District of California. Joe started working with the court in May 2004 and he was one of the members of the team that successfully implemented the CM/ECF system. Prior to working for the Southern District, he worked for Affiliated Computer Systems, which implemented the Jury Management System (JMS) throughout the federal judiciary. He has held positions within the Administrative Office of the United States Courts in Washington D.C. and in Phoenix, Arizona and within the U.S. District Court, District of Arizona, Phoenix Division.

    Description: Joe Diaz demonstrates the USDC Southern District of California’s CM/ECF system, including Rule 26 Scheduling Orders, obtaining motion hearing dates, processing of motion documents, types of motions, and what’s new in 2019 with the CM/ECF NextGen system.

    This webinar will provide 1 hour of self-study credit.
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