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Keynote Speaker: Das Williams
Sherif Elasyouty, MD
When: Saturday, January 26, 2019
1105 Chapala Street, Santa Barbara
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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.
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“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.
About the Event: The Special Needs Team is a deeply experienced group of financial advisers and client associates. They are dedicated to helping improve the long-term well-being of individuals who are unable to care for themselves by offering financial advice and guidance. Located in multiple offices throughout California, they work closely with estate planning attorneys and family members to provide budgeting, wealth planning and investing designed to assist those who are integral to the care of society’s most vulnerable: people with disabilities, elderly individuals with dementia, accident victims, and other special-needs populations.
MCLE: 1 Hour General Credit
Come kick off your summer with the SBCBA! Master chef- attorneys Rusty Brace and Mack Staton will be manning the grill and drinks will be poured by mixologist Will Beall, including fabulous wines donated by Joe Liebman.
Checks: Mail to SBCBA, 15 W Carrillo St, Ste 106, Santa Barbara
Credit card: Please call (805) 569-5511
Sponsorship opportunities available! Inquire: firstname.lastname@example.org
Special thanks to our sponsors!
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All Fees Are Non-Refundable
So as to provide opportunity for the victors to boast of their athletic conquests, a post golf and tennis reception will begin at 5:00 PM at the Mulligan’s Cafe & Bar, to be followed by dinner starting at 5:30 PM.
Dinner is $50 per SBCBA Member/$60 per non-SBCBA Member ($60/$70 after September 10th)
Meet at the Santa Barbara Municipal Golf Course at 12:30 AM. Shotgun starts at 1:00 AM. Team prizes for 1st and 2nd places. Individual prizes for Longest Drive and Closest to Pin! Players must give some estimate of his/her handicap. You will be contacted regarding team assignments. We strongly encourage to register by September 10th, after that date we cannot guarantee participation.
$150 for BOTH Golf & Dinner for SBCBA Members/ $160 for Non- Members ($160/$170 after September 10th)
LIMITED NUMBER OF TEE SPONSORSHIPS!Tee sign on course with your company name. $100. Contact email@example.com
Prizes to tournament winners!
$30 to Play per SBCBA Members/$40 for Non- Members – Includes court fees & balls ($40/$50 after September 10th)
$75 for BOTH Tennis & Dinner for SBCBA Members/$85 for Non-Members ($85/$95 after September 10th)
RSVP/Payment: To register, please fill out the bottom portion of the attached flyer and mail, with check, to: SBCBA 15 West Carrillo Street, Ste. 106, Santa Barbara, CA 93101
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Please clearly specify GOLF HANDICAP or TENNIS RATING.
Questions? Call the SBCBA at (805)569-5511
MCLE: 1.0 General MCLE
Speakers: Professor Steven Horowitz and Bradley Barros
About the Event: Join Prof. Horowitz and Bradley Barros who will provide a review of Private Placement Life Insurance (“PPLI”) and its application to advanced income, capital gains, and estate planning initiatives.
The program will begin with a review and history of PPLI, and its background in the tax code. It will also cover recent jurisdiction and best practices, including the proper application of the investor control doctrine.
You will learn where and how PPLI can provide substantial benefits and costs savings that may otherwise be unattainable through traditional planning and life insurance. This program will include an introduction into advanced PPLI planning strategies.
We will conclude with a Q & A segment in which you may bring up case specific scenarios.
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Speaker: James Pooley
James Pooley is an internationally recognized expert in trade secret law. He is the author of the treatise Trade Secret Law and of Secrets: Managing Information Assets in the Age of Cyberespionage. The U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee relied on Mr. Pooley for expert testimony and advice during consideration of the landmark 2016 Defend Trade Secrets Act. In 2014, he completed a five-year term as Deputy Director General at the World Intellectual Property Organization in Geneva. He is a past president of the American Intellectual Property Law Association and currently serves as co-chair of the Trade Secret Task Force of the International Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Pooley has an active law practice in Silicon Valley representing clients in trade secret, patent, and technology-related commercial disputes, and provides advice on IP strategy and data security management. He also serves as a special master, expert, and arbitrator, and teaches trade secret law at the UC Berkeley School of Law.
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1 Hour General credit
Please call 805-569-5511 to pay via credit card or mail completed form along with your check payable to:
Santa Barbara County Bar Association
15 West Carrillo Street, Suite 106
Santa Barbara, CA 93101
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