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Available tests for Court Rules and Procedures — $36/each

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Courts’ calculation of attorney fees

Nov. 20, 2017
By Matthew Ross

The objective of this article and self-study test is to familiarize bench officers and attorneys on how courts determine the amount of attorney fees to be awarded in civil cases.

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Civil discovery sanctions

Jul. 25, 2016
By Patricia M. Lucas, Gary Nadler

Earn MCLE while brushing up on a court's authority to impose sanctions.


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When a court learns of jury misconduct post-trial

May 25, 2015
By Kathryne Ann Stoltz

Review the rules a judge must follow in addressing potential juror misconduct post-trial, and to discuss some of the more typical forms of misconduct that are encountered.

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Rules for stipulating to a commissioner

Jun. 2, 2014
By Maria Theresa Jauregui

The objective of this article and self-study test is to review issues surrounding the validity of stipulations to commissioners.


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The scope of commissioners' powers

Mar. 28, 2014
By Maria Theresa Jauregui

Earn MCLE reviewing in which situations a commissioner may act absent a stipulation and in which situations there must be a stipulation.

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A commissioner's source of power

Jan. 27, 2014
By Maria Theresa Jauregui

The objective of this article and self-study test is to review the source of commissioners' powers.


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Interpreters in California courts

Oct. 28, 2013
By Kristin K. Eriksson-Embree

Earn MCLE credit learning the basic rules and cases that govern the use of spoken language interpreters in California courts.