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Checks should be made payable to the Santa Barbara County Bar Association. Checks should be mailed to Beall & Burkhardt, Attn: Carissa Horowitz, 317 E. Carrillo Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101.
Please RSVP by Monday, September 24, 2018.
Event Details: Please join our lunchtime panel for a discussion of bankruptcy-related decisions by the Supreme Court of the United States. The discussion will cover selected hidden treasures among the Supreme Court’s decisions from the 1800s, key practice pointers from cases decided between 2015-2018, and predictions about future issues that the Supreme Court will or should consider.
Ice cream provided by the SBCBA!
Per CA Rule of Court Rule 9.9.5, most attorneys licensed in CA must be re-fingerprinted, and those fingerprints must be submitted to the State Bar of CA by April 30, 2019.
Please log into your State Bar profile and print out your specific form to bring with you.
$49 charge from the FBI & DOJ plus a $20 fingerprinting fee to Law Copy. A total of $69 to be paid in advance to the SBCBA. Log into your State Bar profile, print out your form, and pre-fill because you MUST bring it with you. No printers on-site.
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Santa Barbara, CA 93101
Speaker: Thomas Plunkett
About the Event: Cellphones represent one of the fastest-changing areas of legal practice. Mobile device evidence is more important than ever, thanks to the rapid evolution of the technology and the way this evidence is treated by the courts. Touching on important recent cases, technology developments, and Califorensics’ direct experience advising attorneys, this presentation provides up-to-date guidance on the application of cellphone forensics in litigation, investigations, and other legal matters.
Please RSVP with lunch choice [tri-tip sandwich or veggie wrap] by November 13th
Starting at 5:30 pm, Dinner at 6:30 pm
Starting at 5:30 pm, Dinner at 6:30 pm
Legal Haze: Cannabis in California
Keynote Speaker: Das Williams
Sherif Elasyouty, MD
When: Saturday, January 26, 2019
1105 Chapala Street, Santa Barbara
- SBCBA Bullet Points
- SBCBA Outline 2019
- Bench Bar Judges Panel – Marijuana Law (1)
- Los Angeles County Bar Association ethics-opinion-527-rev
- Prop 64 laws update
- HS 11361.8 Petition
The SBCBA Employment Law Section Presents:“Mediating the Employment Law Dispute”
When: January 30, 2019, 12:00 noon
Where: Santa Barbara College of Law, Room 1, 20 E. Victoria Street
MCLE: 1 Hour MCLE Type (General)
Speaker(s): Henry Bongiovi, Esq., Bongiovi Mediation. Mr. Bongiovi is an AV-Rated attorney and mediator in Santa Barbara operating a business law and civil litigation practice, including personal injury and medical malpractice, with an emphasis on employment and labor law, which includes representation of both management and employees.
About the Event: There is no question employment-related litigation is on the rise. Mediation has been shown to be an effective means of dispute resolution. It provides a forum and an atmosphere in which parties gain understanding, are heard, become understood and work together to explore options for resolution. By resolving disputes in mediation, parties determine for themselves what is important and, ultimately the outcome of the situation. Employment disputes present peculiar challenges for the mediation process. Not only is the law complex and sometimes surprising for the parties, particularly employers, but the disputes often relate to interpersonal relationships and communications that must be considered if a resolution will be reached.
In this 1 hour MCLE presentation, Henry Bongiovi, a highly-regarded employment lawyer and ADR neutral, brings his wealth of experience from both fields together to help us better understand these unique challenges of mediating an employment dispute, as well as providing the best practices for participating in this process with an aim to make it as productive as possible.
Price: $35.00 SBCBA Members/$40.00 Nonmembers. Lunch will be included.
Contact Information/R.S.V.P.: Alex Craigie, Esq., the Law Offices of Alex Craigie. Alex@Craigielawfirm; (805) 845-1752. Please RSVP by January 28th, if lunch is desired.
Click here to see the flyer and here for the presentation materials.
“Dissomaster™ and the Qualified Business Income Deduction”
MCLE: 1 Hour of General MCLE
About the Event: Ms. Alvarado, a forensic accountant with CBIZ MHM, LLC, will present on Dissomaster™, including how to calculate the Qualified Business Income Deduction, for purposes of determining child support and temporary spousal support.
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