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self-study/Alternative Dispute Resolution

ADR and this years’ most impactful decisions

By Paul Dubow

self-study/Court Rules and Procedures

English common law still reigns supreme

By Alexander G. Rufus-Isaacs

self-study/Administrative/Regulatory

Gender dysphoria could be an ADA-protected disability

By Kamran Shahabi

self-study/Alternative Dispute Resolution

Recent SCOTUS opinions on arbitration statutes

By Patrick Burns, Gary A. Watt

self-study/Family Law

Minor’s Compromises and Possible Changes to Guardian Ad Litem Statutes

By David J. Cowan, Ben Futernick

self-study/Family Law

Introduction to Powers and Duties of Guardians Ad Litem

By David J. Cowan, Ben Futernick

self-study/Torts

Recreational land use immunity

By Reza Torkzadeh, Allen P. Wilkinson

self-study/Jury Practice

Mistrials and Good Cause to Excuse Jurors

By Serena R. Murillo

self-study/Corporate

Contours of safe harbor defense continue to shift

By David M. Axelrad


self-study/Corporate

de-SPAC mergers facing increased scrutiny

By Josh DuClos, James Heyworth, Charlotte K. Newell

self-study/Alternative Dispute Resolution

The United States and California Supreme Courts are not on the same page

By Marc D. Alexander

self-study/Administrative/Regulatory

SEC suffers judicial setbacks for administrative hearings

By Kenneth Herzinger, Nicolas Morgan, Thomas A. Zaccaro

self-study/Data Privacy

CPRA Series: Part IV - Data Processing Obligations

By Graham Dean, James Koenig, Sadia Mirza, Ron Raether, Kamran Salour, Edgar Vargas

self-study/Litigation

Selecting and Managing Your Expert Witnesses

By Philip Simmons

self-study/Data Privacy

CPRA series: Part III - Notice and disclosure obligations

By Grady Howe, Sadia Mirza, Lissette Payne, Kim Phan, Ron Raether

self-study/Administrative/Regulatory

AAPI service to the United States has been documented since 1812

By Eileen C. Moore

self-study/Alternative Dispute Resolution

The most important question

By Fred Bennett

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