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Available tests for Real Estate — $36/each

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Residential Solar Rights

Dec. 8, 2017

California is a leader in promoting alternative energy sources, including the use of solar power in connection with residences. By Theodore L. Senet and Samantha R. Staroba

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New EU-US data privacy regime raises the bar

Aug. 5, 2016
By Everett Monroe

For new Privacy Shield companies not used to European data protection requirements, the most challenging requirement may be protecting data transferred to its business partners.

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The ABCs of UDs

May. 23, 2016
By William D. Dodson

Earn MCLE credit familiarizing yourself with the most important features of unlawful detainer law.

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Elements of unlawful detainers

Apr. 25, 2016
By William D. Dodson

The objective of this article and self-study test is to familiarize bench officers and litigants with the most important features of UD law, to consider problem areas in this field, and examine practical solutions. By William D. Dodson

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Eminent Domain Under Review

Dec. 1, 2014

A pending California Supreme Court case calls into question a key portion of the state's eminent domain procedure