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The SCBA Office will be closed on February 17, 2020 (President's Day).

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JANUARY 2020 BLITZ: BLITZ - DEADLINE 2-3-20

NEW DATE: Friday, January 24: Prevention: What You Need to Know About California’s New Sexual Harassment Training Requirements
In The Wake of the “Me Too” Movement

Tuesday, January 28: Elimination of Bias: Traversing Cultural Differences in the Legal Profession

Wednesday, January 29: Recent Developments in Labor & Employment Law

EVENT - Friday, January 31: Presiding Judge’s Luncheon

Monday, February 3: 2020 New Laws and Forms for Civil, Family, and Probate

Wednesday, February 5: Rules of Civil Procedure – Subpoenas

Thursday, February 20: The Nuts and Bolts of the Sale of a Business

Friday, February 21: Legislation “ABCs” and Carve-Outs to Employment After Dynamex and AB5

Tuesday, March 10, 2020: NIGHT At The MUSEUM Tour and Mixer

NEW DATE: Tuesday, March 24: Cal-OSHA Update

MONDAY, APRIL 6: Applications for the 2020-2021 Civil Grand Jury are Due

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2020 MCLE Deadline Blitz!

Urgent: The Deadline for GROUP 3 (N-Z) is February 3, 2020. Finish Your 25 Hours of Continuing Legal Education with SCBA! California MCLE Requirements: 25 Total Hours Continuing Legal Education Credits Every 3 Years, Including: 4 Credit Hours of Legal Ethics, 1 Credit Hour of Competence Issues, and 1 Credit Hour of Elimination of Bias

NOTE: Section Discounts are only available by Phone, Fax, USPS Mail, or In-Person. We apologize for inconveniences caused.

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2020 Changes to Local Ordinances

Minimum Wage Increases, private rights of action, large penalties, and other requirements that go far beyond the California Labor Code

Joseph Gruchawka, Attorney at Law

Mr. Gruchawka grew up in Kenwood, in the heart of Sonoma County. After attending UC Berkeley for his undergraduate studies and the University of Colorado for law school, he returned to Sonoma County, where he worked at the law firm of Smith Dollar PC, specializing in wage and hour claims and contract disputes. Mr. Gruchawka then founded his own practice, where he focusses on labor law, real property disputes, contract disputes,

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Rules of Civil Procedure – Subpoenas

Jack M. Sanford Attorney Abbey, Weitzenberg, Warren & Emery, P.C.

John “Jack” Sanford has been a litigation attorney with Abbey, Weitzenberg, Warren & Emery since 2014. Jack’s practice focuses on plaintiffs’ litigation, primarily personal injury lawsuits.

Jack has solely represented people injured by the fault of others throughout his legal career. Jack has experience handling cases involving injuries caused by negligence, dangerous conditions on property, defective products, medical malpractice, and automobile accidents. He has also represented employees in wrongful termination, discrimination, and unpaid overtime cases.

Jack has consistently obtained successful outcomes for

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