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Using Lexis

By Benita on September 05, 2013//Leave a comment

About the Program: Cost: $10   •1 hour MCLE General Participatory credit.   Learn how to quickly find useful content related to your search. This one hour class will cover search techniques, finding databases, Shepardizing, emailing and printing, etc. Sign up for this class and become a more efficient and productive researcher.   About the…

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Lego Library

By Benita on September 05, 2013//Leave a comment

From the genius mind of Joe Hardenbrook, Mr. Library Dude, himself comes this wonderful creation – The Lego Library!   It all started when he acquired the official Lego librarian and then it took off from there.  Just like a real library, he created books, periodicals, technology, events, etc.   Visit his blog for more…

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Governor Names Two New San Diego Judges

By Benita on September 05, 2013//Leave a comment

The San Diego Superior Court is receiving 2 new judges, Michael D. Washington and Pamela M. Parker.   Michael Washington has been a public defender since 1994, and has been an adjunct professor at the University of San Diego School of Law since 2003. He earned a Juris Doctor degree from California Western School of Law….

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City of San Diego Special Mayor Election

By Cheryl on September 05, 2013//Leave a comment

The City of San Diego will hold a Special Mayor Election on Tuesday, November 19, 2013.  To run for Mayor, a candidate must be at least 18 years of  age, a registered voter in the City of San Diego for at least 30 days prior to filing nomination papers, and a resident in and registered…

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Free National Preparedness Month Webinar Series

By Cheryl on September 04, 2013//Leave a comment

September is National Preparedness Month.  In collaboration with FEMA’s Ready Campaign, the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) and Agility Recovery are hosting a free webinar series to help small business owners with preparedness planning .   The list of topics is below.  Each hour-long webinar will be presented at 2 p.m. EDT.   Sept. 11:…

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Legal Reference Question of the Week

By Benita on August 28, 2013//Leave a comment

Q: Do you have a sample writ of mandamus for the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals?   There are many different mandamus forms and they have different purposes.   The Am Jur Pleading and Practice Forms  provides an entire chapter with mandamus forms. We also have sample mandamus forms in Federal Procedural Forms.   For…

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What Employers Should Know About Visas When Hiring Foreign Professionals

By Benita on August 28, 2013//Leave a comment

About the Program: Cost: $10   – 1 hour MCLE General Participatory credit available.   This session will present an overview of the most practical visa solutions for employers seeking to hire foreign nationals. Learn how to identify the most common issues and pitfalls of employment-based visa sponsorship under the federal immigration law. Discussion includes:…

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The Price of Incivility: Ethics in Litigation

By Benita on August 28, 2013//Leave a comment

About the Program: Cost: $10   – 1 hour MCLE Legal Ethics credit available.   Speaker Edward J. McIntyre, Esq. will provide insights on how to apply the Rules of Professional Conduct in unique ways.   Topics include: •Conduct in the courtroom •Discovery and ESI and the “new paradigm of competence and cooperation •The “no…

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Amicus Curiae Briefs Filed in Record Numbers

By Isabel on August 28, 2013//Leave a comment

Amicus curiae, or friend of the court, briefs are presented by someone interested in influencing the outcome of a lawsuit but who is not a party to it.   The U.S. Supreme Court had a 2012-13 term full of contentious cases on gay marriage, voting rights, race in college admissions and DNA, which had the…

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Carlsbad “Digital Capital” of California

By Isabel on August 28, 2013//Leave a comment

Google named the City of Carlsbad “digital capital” of California because it has the “strongest online business community” in the state.  Google scored cities’ small businesses on use of company websites, blogs, social media, ecommerce and mobile technology. “This award is testament to the entrepreneurial spirit of our small and mid-sized businesses,” said Ted Owen,…

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