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More Great MCLE Classes Coming Your Way!

By Benita on January 08, 2015//Leave a comment

Below are more great MCLE classes to choose from over the next two weeks. To register simply click on the name of the class. For more information about the MCLE education requirements, click here.

 

MCLE: Jan 15: 12-1 p.m.: Downtown Location
CEQA 101: Stop and Think Statute. Learn the basics about the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), the most notorious and talked about environmental law.

 

MCLE: Jan 16: 12-1 p.m.: Downtown Location
Using Medical Images to Improve Litigation Results. Learn the role of medical images in litigation and how to use these images to strengthen your case.

 

MCLE: Jan 20: 12-1 p.m.: Vista Location
Expunging Liens in Bankruptcy. Learn about the common liens that arise in bankruptcy cases from both the debtor’s and the creditor’s perspectives.

 

MCLE: Jan 20: 12-1 p.m.: Downtown Location
Attorney Fee Recovery Under Commercial General Liability Policies. Join us to learn about how these policies may cover the cost of plaintiff’s or cross-complainants attorney’s fees.

 

MCLE: Jan 21: 12-1 p.m. Downtown Location
Introduction to Juvenile Dependency. Receive an overview of the juvenile dependency process and understand the issues the court must evaluate at each hearing.

 

MCLE: Jan 22: 12-1 p.m. Downtown Location
All In? Overview of Federal and California State Class Actions. Join us to understand the requirements for class action cases in both federal and California courts.

 

MCLE: Jan 22: 12-1 p.m. Vista Location
Domestic Violence, Elder Abuse, and Civil Harassment Temporary Restraining Orders. Learn about the different types of protective orders available in California and the law and procedures for filing TROs in San Diego.

 

Competence Issues MCLE: Jan 23: 12-1:15 p.m. Downtown Location
Sponsored by Hahn Loeser & Parks: Practical Solutions to Reduce Your Stress and Improve Your Performance. Learn invaluable tools to reduce your stress in order to have a happier, healthier and more effective law practice.

 

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