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Recorded Webinar – Unlawful Detainers

Speaker: Matt Marino

Recorded September 6, 2019

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Our speaker, Matt Marino is a partner at Allen Matkins San Diego office. This webinar discusses commercial Unlawful Detainers.

Mr. Marino has strong experience in matters relating to retail and office landlord/tenant litigation, including tenant defaults, unlawful detainer, tenant use and common area disputes, exclusive use issues, shared maintenance expense disputes, and other similar issues. He speaks regularly to clients and industry groups on important issues for property owners, including expressive activities at shopping centers, proper crafting and enforcement of center rules, lease defaults and common pitfalls in the commercial unlawful detainer process.

This webinar will provide 1 hour of self-study MCLE credit by the State Bar of California and 1 hour of self-study CCLS credit.

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Recorded Webinar – The Case is Actually Going to Trial? What do I do Now? Parts One and Part Two

Speaker: Kelli Moro Radnothy and Alicia Aquino

Recorded August 1 and 22, 2019

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Our speakers, Kelli Moro Radnothy and Alicia Aquino of Summa Consulting Group discuss jury instructions, witness/exhibit lists, transcripts, logistics and lots more.

Organization is key! Anticipate every case going to trial. Do not miss this opportunity to learn from experts in the field. They will go through the entire trial preparation process, so you are prepared for anything!

Together Kelli Moro Radnothy and Alicia Aquino bring over 25 years’ experience in the legal industry, with heavy focus on trial preparations, trial support and legal technician skills. With both large and small firm experience, as well as plaintiff and defense specializations, Summa Consulting Group offers depth, value and expertise beyond traditional trial support services.

Smple forms and ther materials will be available in a zip file for download.

This webinar will provide 1 hour of self-study MCLE credit by the State Bar of California and 1 hour of self-study CCLS credit.

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Recorded Webinar – Employment Litigation Overview

Speaker: Rick Waltman

Recorded July 25, 2019

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Our speaker, Rick Waltman of Buchalter, discusses case intake, investigation and discovery considerations, personnel files vs. personnel records, administrative filings, timelines, organization, document management and more.

Rick Waltman is a member of the Trade Secrets and Employee Mobility, and Labor & Employment Practice Groups in the Firm’s San Diego office.

Mr. Waltman provides counseling services to businesses on a variety of employment-related issues, including compliance with the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (“ERISA”), the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”), the California Labor Code, the California Health and Safety Code, as well as other state and federal laws. He focuses his practice on minimizing liability for clients sued under the Fair Employment and Housing Act (“FEHA”), the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the California Family Rights Act (“CFRA”), and laws pertaining to employee pay and wage statements.

This webinar will provide 1 hour of self-study MCLE credit by the State Bar of California and 1 hour of self-study CCLS credit.

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Recorded Webinar – Practical Cybersecurity

Speaker: Bill Kammer

Recorded July 12, 2019

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Our speaker, Bill Kammer is a partner in Solomon Ward Seidenwurm & Smith and has specialized in technology, telecommunications, and business trials with over twenty years’ experience with electronic discovery matters. He heads his firm’s Electronic Discovery and ESI Services Group and advises clients, attorneys, and litigants about eDiscovery issues. The firm won the national Law Technology News award for Innovation in Technology.

Bill Kammer is a partner in Solomon Ward Seidenwurm & Smith and has specialized in technology, telecommunications, and business trials with over twenty years’ experience with electronic discovery matters. He heads his firm’s Electronic Discovery and ESI Services Group and advises clients, attorneys, and litigants about eDiscovery issues. The firm won the national Law Technology News award for Innovation in Technology.

He a founder of and chairs the steering committee of the San Diego ESI Forum and frequently lectures and writes about electronic discovery, cybersecurity and internet matters, and trial techniques. He has served as a court-appointed eDiscovery consultant and as a stipulated expert for mobile phone and social media discovery.

This webinar will provide 1 hour of self-study MCLE credit by the State Bar of California and 1 hour of self-study CCLS credit.

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Recorded Webinar – Become an Adobe Pro

Speaker: June Hunter

Recorded June 12, 2019

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Our speaker, June Hunter, teaches Computers for the Legal Professional at UCSD. This webinar discusses how to manipulate PDFs, edit, export, redact, Bates numbering, bookmarking, creating portfolios & more.

When it comes to making things run smoothly, June Hunter is the person you want on your team. Equipped with a powerful combination of IT systems expertise and legal experience, June has a unique capability for recognizing and resolving the complex technology issues encountered in a law firm environment.

As a paralegal, she provides both transactional and litigation support and is instrumental in the implementation of discovery plans, including data analysis and the creation of databases or other review systems for legal personnel.

A graduate of the ABA-approved Paralegal Studies program at UC San Diego, June has worked in the legal field her entire career in roles such as a legal secretary, paralegal, litigation support, and computer software trainer. Her industry experience and talent has made her a go-to provider of clear, hands-on training for other legal professionals in how to effectively use legal software.

In addition to serving on the Board for the San Diego Paralegal Association, June volunteers as a Paralegal Mentor for the San Diego Paralegal Association and is an active member of American Association for Paralegal Education, Women in eDiscovery and the ESI Forum. She also teaches computer skills courses for UC San Diego’s Paralegal Studies Program.

This webinar is eligible for 1 hour of self-study CCLS credit only.

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Recorded Webinar – Cutting Edge Ethics: Tips and Techniques for Compliance in Today’s Law Firm

Speaker: Heather Rosing, Esq

Recorded June 5, 2019

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Our speaker, Heather Rosing, Esq discusses tips and techniques for compliance in today’s law firm.

Heather L. Rosing serves as the Chairperson of the Professional Liability Department, working with a team of Klinedinst lawyers across the state in the defense of professionals such as lawyers and accountants. For approximately a decade, Ms. Rosing has also represented judges and commissioners in matters before the Commission on Judicial Performance and advised judicial officers on matters pertaining to judicial ethics.

Ms. Rosing is certified as a specialist in Legal Malpractice Law by the State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization. Ms. Rosing has represented numerous lawyers and other professionals in hundreds of cases and matters in State Court, Federal Court, and arbitration proceedings. Her track record includes notable victories, both by way of motion and at trial.

This webinar will provide 1 hour of self-study MCLE credit by the State Bar of California and 1 hour of self-study CCLS credit.

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Recorded Webinar – Independent Contractor or Employee – The Impact of the new Dynamex Case!

Speaker: Galia Aharoni

Recorded May 2, 2019

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The speaker, Galia Aharoni, will discuss the California Supreme Court’s published decision that rewrote the rule on whether a worker is legally an independent contractor or an employee, making it much more difficult to categorize workers as a contractor.  This seminar will help you understand the new rule and avoid expensive lawsuits or fines in the future.

Galia Aharoni, is founding attorney of Aharoni Business Law, a full-service modern law firm that assists small and growing businesses with corporate, employment, and intellectual property issues.  Ms. Aharoni also provides in-depth employment law services for business owners, including strategic advice and education about local, state, and federal employment laws, handbook and employment policy preparation, assisting with hiring and firing, providing education and training on sexual harassment and other legal issues, and legal representation for discrimination, harassment, and other employment conflicts.

This webinar will provide 1 hour of self-study MCLE credit by the State Bar of California and 1 hour of self-study CCLS credit.

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Recorded Webinar – Federal Court Rules

Speaker: Joe Diaz is the CM/ECF Coordinator for the United States District Court, Southern District of California

Recorded April 1, 2019

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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 MCLE credit by the State Bar of California and 1 hour of self-study CCLS credit.

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Recorded Webinar – The Double Shift: Are Employees with Family Responsibilities Protected from Discrimination?

Speaker: Susan Swan, Esq.

Recorded March 21, 2019

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Our speaker, Susan Swan, Esq. of Swan Employment Law discusses how the law does and does not protect caregivers, including family leave, pregnancy discrimination, and family responsibilities.

Swan Employment Law owner and trial attorney Susan Swan is a tenacious and agile advocate for employees who have been treated unfairly in the workplace. Susan has conducted twenty jury trials as first and only chair. As lead trial counsel in a sexual harassment case against a restaurant and its manager, she won on every single cause of action. As lead trial counsel in an unpaid wages case, she won the trial. She has also obtained multiple six- and seven-figure settlements.

This webinar will provide 1 hour of self-study MCLE credit by the State Bar of California and 1 hour of self-study CCLS credit.

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Recorded Webinar – Bankruptcy:  A 60,000 Foot View

Speakers: Gary Rudolph of Sullivan Hill and Kathleen Cashman-Kramer

Recorded February 28, 2019

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Our speakers, Gary Rudolph of Sullivan Hill and Kathleen Cashman-Kramer, Trial Lawyer for Thomas Billingslea, Chapter 13 Trustee, discuss all aspects of Bankruptcy cases. 

Gary B. Rudolph is a shareholder at Sullivan Hill in San Diego. Mr. Rudolph has specialized in bankruptcy his entire legal career, including representing creditors, official unsecured creditor committees, bankruptcy trustees, consumer and individual Chapter 7 debtors, and Chapter 11 debtors in possession. He is the current Vice-Chair for the San Diego County Bar Association’s Bankruptcy Law Section, Past President of the San Diego County Bankruptcy Forum, and is a Member of the Local Rules Advisory Committee for the U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Southern District of California.

Ms. Cashman-Kramer practiced in the areas of business and commercial litigation, with emphasis on bankruptcy, real estate and title insurance matters. In addition to her work in state and federal courts, she represented creditors, committees, trustees and debtors in bankruptcy court and parties in non-bankruptcy work-outs. Ms. Cashman-Kramer has been a member of the San Diego Bankruptcy Forum since 1995 and served as their president in 2003.  She has been one of the co-chairs of the Bankruptcy Section of the San Diego County Bar Association since 2001 and has been a member of the California and San Diego Bankruptcy Forums since 1989.  She has been on the Mediation Panel for the Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of California from 1990 to the present.  Since May 2016 she has served as the staff attorney for Chapter 13 Trustee Thomas H. Billingslea Jr., of the Southern District of California. 

This webinar will provide 1 hour of self-study MCLE credit by the State Bar of California and 1 hour of self-study CCLS credit.

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Recorded Webinar – California CCP 998: Offers to Compromise

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

Recorded January 31, 2019

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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 MCLE credit by the State Bar of California and 1 hour of self-study CCLS credit.

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Recorded Webinar – Technology & Ethics

Speaker: Diane Mecca

Recorded December 6, 2018

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Our speaker, Diane Mecca co-owner of LeGals Attorney Support Services, discusses technology and ethical situations in the workplace.

Diane M. Mecca is a Certified Paralegal and a Certified Bankruptcy Assistant. Her primary focus is on Bankruptcy and Civil Law. She is the Co-owner of First Class LeGals Attorney Support Services, and she has been the Program Director/Instructor of the Certified Paralegal Program at Abrams College in Modesto since 2004.

This webinar will provide 1 hour of self-study MCLE credit by the State Bar of California and 1 hour of self-study CCLS credit.

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Recorded Webinar – Environmental Law & CEQA

Speaker: Stefanie Warren, Esq.

Recorded August 2, 2018

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The speaker, Stefanie Warren, Esq., will discuss Environmental Law and CEQA requirements.

Stefanie Warren is a member of Dentons’ Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice, and a member of the San Diego Regional Water Quality Control Board. 

She has represented clients in defense of environmental claims brought under the federal Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), Clean Water Act (CWA) and Comprehensive Environmental Response.  She represented public agencies and developers in California Environmental Quality Act and land use litigation, and counseled consumer product manufacturers and retailers on compliance with California’s Proposition 65, which is the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act. 

This webinar will provide 1 hour of self-study MCLE credit by the State Bar of California and 1 hour of self-study CCLS credit.

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Recorded Webinar – Bluebook v California Style Manual

Speaker: Mary-Beth Moylan

Recorded June 21, 2018

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The speaker, Mary-Beth Moylan, explains in detail the differences between Bluebook, CA Style Manual and ALWD Citation Guide.

Mary-Beth Moylan is the Associate Dean for Experiential Learning, University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law.  Ms. Moylan goes in detail about the differences between Bluebook, CA Style Manual and ALWD Citation Guide.

This webinar will provide 1 hour of self-study MCLE credit by the State Bar of California and 1 hour of self-study CCLS credit.

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Recorded Webinar – Subpoena Series

There are three subpoena webinars presented by Jim Ayer, each webinar covers a different aspect of subpoenas.

These webinars can be purchased individually or as a group.  Get all three for the price for two!

  • Part 1 – California Business Record Subpoenas, including Notice to Consumers and Custodian Declarations – recorded January 18, 2018
  • Part 2 – Deposition Appearance Subpoenas for California, Including Trial Subpoenas – recorded April 5, 2018
  • Part 3 – Federal Court Subpoenas – recorded April 5, 2018

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About the Speaker

Jim Ayer has been working in the Subpoena industry since 1997 and is currently the Vice-President of Titan Legal Services.  Along with his business partners, Jim has helped turn Titan Legal Services into one of the most trusted and knowledgeable Subpoena Services in California. 

This webinar will provide 1 hour of self-study MCLE credit by the State Bar of California and 1 hour of self-study CCLS credit.

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Recorded Webinar – Ethics for the Legal Professional

Speaker: Jeanine DeBacker, Esq.

Recorded March 8, 2018

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Our speaker, Jeanine DeBacker, Esq., discusses ethical awareness for the legal professional.

Jeanine brings a practical, business-aware perspective to representing her employer clients. She helps businesses avoid lawsuits through thoughtful advice and counsel, well-crafted policies, and staff training. Jeanine also vigorously defends employers in lawsuits brought by current or former employees.

She represents employers in all areas of employment and benefits law, including wage and hour claims, harassment, discrimination, retaliation, wrongful termination, benefit plan corrections and other employment-related claims.

She assists clients in creating and implementing workplace policies and procedures, conducting harassment investigations, and counseling on employee performance management, including corrective actions and terminations. Jeanine often presents customized, on-site training programs for clients on a variety of human resources issues.

She is a sought-after presenter and offers engaging and entertaining workplace training programs, including harassment prevention training as required by California law.

This webinar will provide 1 hour of self-study MCLE credit by the State Bar of California and 1 hour of self-study CCLS credit.

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