MCLE Classes & Events

Thursday, October 23: Criminal Law Update

Friday, October 24: The Affordable Care Act Overview and Update

Wednesday, October 29: Legislative Updates in Labor & Employment

Friday, October 31: Estate Planning & IRAs

Wednesday, November 5: Water in Wine Country

Friday, November 7: 25th Annual Pro Bono Awards Luncheon

Saturday, November 8 and Sunday, November 9: Special Issues in Custody Matters and Representing Minors

Friday, November 21: The Do's and Don'ts of Family Law Courtroom Practice

Wednesday, December 3: How to Properly Handle the Denial of Coverage

Monday, December 8: The 16th Annual Rex Sater Award Luncheon

Thursday, December 11: SCBA Holiday Mixer

Events

Expedited Jury Trials Act

Date: Friday, May 6, 2011

Time: 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm (check-in 11:30 am)

Presenters: California State Senator Noreen Evans, Honorable Gary Nadler, Anne Ronan & Lewis Warren

Place: Hyatt Vineyard Creek, 170 Railroad Square, Santa Rosa CA 95401

Cost: $65 SCBA Members; $90–Non-Members

MCLE Credit: 1.5 Units General

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California State Senator Noreen Evans

    No practitioner can afford to miss this discussion of the Expedited Jury Trials Act, effective January 1, 2011, creating an entirely new voluntary option for completed one-day trial of any civil case before a smaller jury, with limited peremptory challenges and relaxed rules of evidence. Hear from the legislator who drafted the rules and AB 2284, our presiding judicial officer, and a pre-eminent trial attorney.Clients and attorneys will be asking:• Can we use the EJT process for our case?
    • Should we?
    • What are the costs?
    • What are the new Rules of Court and provisions in the Code of Civil Procedure?
    • What about appeal rights?
    • How will EJT work in Sonoma County Superior Court?
    • Can the parties stipulate to privately retain judicial officers?This program is a must for all civil attorneys who want to understand the biggest change in civil procedure in decades.

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