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SCBA is Currently Closed for all In-Person Business Pursuant to the Shelter in Place Order by the Sonoma County Health Officer. Staff remains available 9:00 am - 5:00 pm, M-F, via email. Please see the Contact Us Page for a list of SCBA Staff emails. .~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.

MCLE Classes & Events

2020 Minors Counsel Training Series: WEBINARS: Minors Counsel Training

Tuesday, September 22: WEBINAR: Special Needs Children

Tuesday, September 29: WEBINAR: Determining the Child's Best Interest

Wednesday, September 30: WEBINAR: Advising Employers on COVID-19 Policies and Procedures

Monday, October 5: WEBINAR: Preserving Evidence in Remote Depositions

Thursday, October 8: WEBINAR: Domestic Violence & Child Abuse for Family Attorneys

Friday, October 16: WEBINAR: Presenting Your Case to the Court

Wednesday, October 21: WEBINAR: Bringing a Child’s Voice to Court

Wednesday, October 28: WEBINAR: Child Abuse in Custody Cases

Monday, November 2: WEBINAR: E-Discovery

Tuesday, November 17: WEBINAR: Native American Law

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Advising Employers on COVID-19 Policies and Procedures.

Companies are relying on legal professionals to guide them through the ever-changing rules and regulations in response to COVID-19. Learn where to find reliable and current information and what types of policies all employers must have. We will discuss best practices for handling COVID-19 related matters.

Topics will include: Updated Illness and Injury Prevention Plan, Policy for When There is an Employee Who Contracts the Virus, and FFCRA time off rights.

Theresa Rodriguez Fritz, Fritz Law Offices

Ms. Fritz’s employment law practice of over 32 years focuses on preventative measures for the Employer. She

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Ethical Issues Arising in Attorney-Client Relationships

This seminar will address the ethical considerations in dealing with clients and client relationships, such as issues relating to organization representations, manager and employee conflicts, confidentiality, and problems created by difficult clients on both sides of the bar. Although the focus is for employment lawyers, this topic easily translates across most practice areas and all are welcome.

Richard C. Rybicki Rybicki & Associates | P.C.

Richard Rybicki advises clients on a broad range of labor and employment law issues. He has represented employers, employer associations, and employee benefit plans in courts and

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Mediating Employment Cases

The discussion will include timing, client preparation, advance planning, negotiations and working with the mediator to achieve case and client goals.

David C. King The Law and Mediation Office of David C. King

Mr. King is an AV rated employment lawyer with over thirty-five years of litigation and trial experience in state and federal courts. He practices in all areas of employment law including wrongful employment termination, employment discrimination, sexual harassment, retaliation, wage and hour law, trade secrets litigation, contract disputes, and contract drafting. Mr. King has also litigated and tried cases in the fields

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