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general/Civil Practice

Overview of California depositions

Jan. 29, 2018
By Patricia M. Lucas, Gary Nadler

The objective of this article and accompanying self-assessment test is to provide bench officers and lawyers with an overview of depositions by oral examination in California.

general/Civil Practice

Anti-SLAPP motions and attorney fees

Sep. 25, 2017
By Matthew Ross

The objective of this article and self-study test is to familiarize bench officers and attorneys with awards of attorney fees in anti-SLAPP motions Code of Civ. Proc. Section 425.16(c)(1).


general/Civil Practice

Character evidence in civil cases

May. 23, 2017

The objective of this article and self-study test is to review basic legal principles affecting the admissibility of character evidence in civil litigation. By Elia V. Pirozzi

general/Civil Practice

Limits on garnishment of low income debtors

Feb. 3, 2017

It is important for attorneys and unrepresented litigants in judgment enforcement proceedings to know the facts and their rights and to provide the court hearing a claim of exemption with complete information. By Thomas D. Long


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Is your deposition subpoena enforceable under California law?

Sep. 16, 2016

Upon receipt of a deposition subpoena or a subpoena duces tecum issued by an arbitrator, careful practitioners should ask two questions: What is the nature of the underlying action, and what are the terms of the arbitration contract between the parties in litigation? By Bentley Stansbury