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Obtaining and Using Social Media as Electronic Evidence: A New Evidentiary Frontier
Social networks are more than tools to make “friends.” They provide business and government with an investigative source that is readily available and easily accessible. Although social media evidence might be a fairly new concept, the rules of procedure can help counsel preserve it. However; there are unique technical and legal obstacles that must be understood to acquire and use this evidence. As Social Media Postings are playing larger roles every day ion employment, Civil, Criminal and Family Law Disputes, it is incumbent on legal counsel to become familiar with the sometimes complicated space that Social Media Evidence can occupy.
Event Date 10-26-2016 10:00 am
Event End Date 10-26-2016 11:30 am
Individual Price $145.00
MCLE Hours 1.5
$145.00

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California Attorneys Fees: 2017
This program will focus on tips for claiming and obtaining California attorney’s fees in both California state and federal courts.  It will cover these topics:  (1) bases for requesting attorney’s fees; (2) how to structure fee petitions/motions; (3) how to attack fee petitions/motions; (4) how to develop the record in fee proceedings and what type of orders to request/fashion for future appeal; (5) tips for arguing fee issues before California state appellate courts/the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals; and (5) selected issues of importance in the arbitration, SLAPP, civil rights, family law, private attorney general, and class action areas.
This program will focus on tips for claiming and obtaining California attorney’s fees in both California state and federal courts.  It will cover these topics:  (1) bases for requesting attorney’s fees; (2) how to structure fee petitions/motions; (3) how to attack fee petitions/motions; (4) how to develop the record in fee proceedings and what type of orders to request/fashion for future appeal; (5) tips for arguing fee issues before California state appellate courts/the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals; and (5) selected issues of importance in the arbitration, SLAPP, civil rights, family law, private attorney general, and class action areas.
Event Date 12-13-2016 10:00 am
Event End Date 12-13-2016 11:30 am
Individual Price $145.00
MCLE Hours 1.5
$145.00

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This webinar will cover an array of issues faced by litigants and practitioners where alter ego or successor liability theories are advanced during litigation.  Among other things, the webinar will explore the contours of the alter ego and successor liability doctrines; proper pleading of these doctrines; discovery strategies for both plaintiffs and defendants; proof issues faced by both sides when these doctrines are at play; trial issues on who decides these equitable issues; post-judgment attorney’s fees claims and defenses; and post-judgment efforts to amend a judgment to include alter egos and successors as additional judgment debtors.
Event Date 01-17-2017 10:00 am
Event End Date 01-17-2017 11:30 am
Individual Price $145.00
MCLE Hours 1.5
$145.00

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Employment Practices Liability Insurance – Preserving, Defending and Pressing Your Rights to Coverage
 
This webinar will cover the background and scope of Employment Practices Liability Insurance (EPLI) and the insurance coverage issues you need to know to avoid having an insurance company deny your claim or curtail your benefits.  The webinar will cover such issues as giving notice of a claim, responding to the insurer’s reservation of rights, preserving the attorney-client privilege, working with defense counsel, obtaining independent counsel, settling cases with covered and non-covered claims, maximizing recoveries for wage and hour claims, pressing recovery of punitive damages, negotiating with your insurance company, and building your case for bad faith claims handling in the event of a breakdown.
Event Date 03-10-2017 10:00 am
Event End Date 03-10-2017 11:30 am
Individual Price $145.00
MCLE Hours 1.5
$145.00

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PAGA is ruling the California Wage & Hour landscape and The Tyson Foods Ruling Opens the Door for Use of Statistical Averaging in Wage and Hour Class Actions. Bridgeport’s mid-year Wage & Hour Update explores and explains in-depth, the critical and changing aspects of Wage & Hour litigation.  This year's program will focus on the impact of the Tyson Foods ruling and its impact on wage and hour litigation as well as ever increasing use of PAGA in wage and hour litigation; key developments in the case law such as Duran; Iskanian; Ayala, interpreting the white collar exemptions, and the enforcement and litigation of arbitration agreements.   The unique format for the webinar will feature an explanation and then discussion of the aforementioned topics.
Event Date 06-16-2017 10:00 am
Event End Date 06-17-2017 11:30 am
Individual Price $145.00
MCLE Hours 1.5
$145.00