Consumer Attorneys Of California
College of Trial Arts

Hawaii Travel Seminar

The Fairmont Kea Lani, Maui
November 25 - December 2, 2006

Printable Registration Form (PDF)

Make your travel reservations and seminar registration with:
Randal Alan
P.O. Box 4446 . Foster City . CA 94404
Phone (650) 212-7208 . Fax (650) 212-7209

Fairmont Kea Lani Travel Packages

Fairmont Suite (View of mountains or gardens, no ocean view)
$2,285 pp Coach Air Package
$1,705 pp Package Without Air
Ocean View Suite (Partial or angle ocean view)
$2,440 pp Coach Air Package
$1,865 pp Package Without Air
Deluxe Ocean View Suite (Full ocean view)
$2,510 pp Coach Air Package
$1,935 pp Package Without Air
Kilohana (based on availability)
$3,035 pp Coach Air Package
$2,475 pp Package Without Air
Child (under 18 years)
$895 per child
Deposits for Travel Package and Seminar Registration fees are due within seven (7) days of booking, payable by check or money order. Early seminar booking is highly recommended to ensure your preferred reservation. Credit cards will be accepted for deposit and final payment for Travel Package only. Final payment for Travel Package is due on or before October 31, 2006. An invoice/itinerary will be provided to each registrant.
Travel Package Policies
Travel Package Deposit$750 per person

Travel Packages are per person and include coach airfare, all applicable taxes, non-stop from San Francisco or Los Angeles to Maui on United Airlines. Accommodations at the Fairmont Kea Lani Hotel for seven (7) nights based on double occupancy, taxes, porterage and gratuities included. "Compact" car rental with Budget, all applicable taxes included. TRAVEL PACKAGE PRICES DO NOT INCLUDE SEMINAR REGISTRATION FEES.

Travel Protection Plan Travel insurance pricing confirmed at time of booking request.

Kids Camp (ages 5-13) Advise your interest in Kids Camp at time of booking.

Revisions $25 per revision until September 29, 2006. After September 29, 2006, revisions will be charged $50.

Cancellations as of September 29, 2006, 50% of package price is non-refundable.  From October 2 until October 31, 2006, 75% of package price is non-refundable. After October 31, 2006, 100% of package prices is non refundable (Cancellations will include a $50 administrative fee). Randal Alan, working through each travel service provider, will assist in an effort to re-sell cancelled space with the air, car and hotel services providers. If the space(s) of each travel service is re-sold by the services provider(s), cancellation charges for each cancellation date specified above will be minimized by what is re-sold by the travel service provider(s). All travel package cancellations must be submitted in writing to Randal Alan, PO Box 4446, Foster City, CA 94404.

Seminar Registration Fees

Seminar Registration fees include Welcome Reception and Continental Breakfast, Monday through Friday.
$445 per participating CAOC attorney member booking Travel Package with Randal Alan.
$545 per participating non CAOC member booking Travel Package with Randal Alan.
$645 per participating attorney traveling without package. (Welcome Reception is not included.)
Local Seminar Registration Fee
$445 per participating local attorney residing on the island of Maui, includes Welcome Reception and Continental Breakfast Monday through Friday. 

Cocktail Party Reception
$50 per person traveling independently or participants who will be making their own travel arrangements and joining the CAOC group for the seminar.
Seminar Registration Cancellation Fee
All seminar registration cancellations must be submitted in writing to CAOC. Approved refunds will be subject to a $50 service charge. Registration substitutions may be made only when the substituting party holds the same membership category as the original registrant. Membership is non-refundable.
Minimum Continuing Legal Education (MCLE)
This activity is approved for Minimum Continuing Legal Education credit by the State Bar of California in the amount of 20 hours of which .5 is Elimination of Bias, .5 is Substance Abuse, and .5 is Ethics credit. CAOC certifies that this activity will conform to the standards for approved education activities prescribed by the rules and regulation of the State Bar of  California governing minimum continuing legal education. CAOC will maintain your records on this seminar.

Monday, November 27
  • Introduction - Law Offices of Donald L. Galine
  • Using Electronic Media In Litigation
    Raymond P. Boucher, Beverly Hills - Kiesel, Boucher & Larson, LLP
  • Legislative Update
    Donald C. Green, Sacramento - Green & Azevedo
  • Future Of Mass Torts
    Joseph W. Cotchett, Burlingame - Cotchett, Pitre, Simon & McCarthy
  • Effective Use Of Class Actions
    Niall P. McCarthy, Burlingame - Cotchett, Pitre, Simon & McCarthy
  • Handling The Trial of Dangerous Crosswalk (Governemnt Tort Liability) Cases—Mowatt v. City of Los Angeles
    Ronald H. Rouda, San Francisco and John Feder, San Francisco - Rouda, Feder, Tietjen & Zanobini
  • Keep Your Punitive Damages Award
    Daniel U. Smith, Kentfield - Law Office of Daniel Smith
  • Discovery Update 2006
    Steven N. Williams, Burlingame - Cotchett, Pitre, Simon & McCarth

Tuesday, November 28

  • Why Do Your Former Partners, Friends, Associates And Collegues Change When They Take The Bench
    Hon. Joseph E. Bergeron, Redwood City - Superior Court of San Mateo
  • Assumption Of Risk: It’s A New Game
    Michael S. Danko, San Mateo - O’Reilly & Danko
  • Tortfeasors Purchasing Hospital Liens
    Donald M. de Camara, Carlsbad - Law Offices of Donald M. de Camara
  • Liens
    Daniel E. Wilcoxen, Sacramento - Wilcoxen, Callahan, Montgomery & Deacon
  • Longterm Care Insurance: Who's Stealing From Your Grandparents?
    Frank N. Darras, Claremont - Shernoff Bidart & Darras
  • Elimination Of Bias Both In The Workplace And In The Courtroom
    (*MCLE: .5 Elimination of Bias)
    Joseph S. Fogel, Sherman Oaks - Fogel & Associates
  • Medical Malpractice And The Corporate Practice Of Medicine—New Areas of Liability
    Bruce G. Fagel, Beverly Hills - Law Offices of Bruce G. Fagel

Wednesday, November 29

  • Substance Abuse And The Other Bar Legal Issues—The Art Of Drafting Persuasive Demand Packages
    Edwin Train Caldwell, San Rafael - Law Office of Edwin Train Caldwell, LLP
  • Growing Role Of Medicare And Medicaid Reimbursement Claims And Liens In Liability Settlements
    Matthew L. Garretson, Cincinnati - The Garretson Law Firm
  • FDA’s Preemption Preamble And The Next Pharmaceutical Litigation
    Michael J. Miller, Alexandria
  • Words of Wisdom
    Donald L. Galine, San Mateo  - Law Offices of Donald L. Galin

Thursday, November 30

  • What PI Lawyers Need To Know About Recent Changes To The Workers’ Compensation Act
    Alfred Lombardo, Salinas - Rucka, O’Boyle, Lombardo & McKenna
  • Trial Survival Skills 101 (Vital Skills For Surviving The Trial Experience)
    David Drexler, Sherman Oaks - Law Offices of David Drexler
  • Topic TBD
    William L. Banning, San Diego - Banning, Micklow & Bull
  • Topic TBD
    Edward Myron Bull, III, San Francisco - Banning, Micklow & Bull
  • Settling Cases At Mediation Through Structured Settlements
    John V. Vaclavik - The James Street Group
  • The Current Status Of Asbestos Litigation In California—Changes Have Created Opportunities
    C. Andrew Waters, Dallas - Waters & Kraus, LLP

Friday, December 1

  • Mediation Techniques
    M. Lawrence Lallande, Sr., Long Beach - Perona, Langer, Beck, Lallande & Serbin
  • Gettng A Winning Verdict In Your Personal Life (*MCLE: .5 ETHICS)
    J. Gary Gwilliam, Oakland - Gwilliam, Ivary, Chiosso, Cavalli & Brewer
  • Disability Discrimination Update
    Lisa L. Maki, Santa Monica - Law Offices of Lisa Maki
  • Auto Products Liability
    Brian D. Chase, Newport Beach - Bisnar & Chase, LLP
  • Law Office Management—Building A Referral Tracking System
    John P. Bisnar, Newport Beach - Bisnar & Chase, LLP
  • What Is Left Of Unfair Competition Claims After Pfizer
    Bruce L. Simon, Burlingame - Cotchett, Pitre, Simon & McCarthy

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