Consumer Attorneys of California
College of Trial Arts
presents
A Complimentary MCLE Seminar

What’s New In Tort & Trial

February 25, 2009

Doubletree Hotel Ontario
222 North Vineyard Avenue
Ontario, CA 91764

Printable Registration Form (PDF)
Secure Online Registration

Must pre-register by 2/23/09 to attend and receive materials.

Sponsored by:
Shernoff Bidart Darras Echeverria, LLP
Rose, Klein & Marias, LLP

California and Nevada MCLE: 1.0 general; 0.5 ethics


 Registration

Registration includes:

  • Light Appetizers
  • Syllabus with update for 2009 to date and CD of the last 5 years
  • MCLE Certificate
Registration – 5:00 pm
Program – 6:00 to 7:30 pm
 

Program
 
Moderator:
Brian Hannemann
Hannemann Law Firm

Speakers:
Christine D. Spagnoli
Greene, Broillet & Wheeler LLP and Consumer Attorneys of California President
Craig Needham
Needham, Davis, Kepner & Young, LLP
 
Judicial Decisions & Statutes Affecting Tort Liability
Duty, Negligence, Intentional Misconduct, Liability for Acts of Others, Premises Liability, Causation, Damages, Government Liability, Product Liability, Wrongful Termination, Medical Malpractice, Attorney Malpractice, Attorney Fees, Insurance Bad Faith/Third Party Excess Liability, Insurance Coverage, Workers’ Compensation, Indemnity, Settlements & Setoffs, Fraud, Defamation, Privacy, Malicious Prosecution & Abuse of Process, Commercial Torts, Statutes of Limitations
 
Judicial Decisions & Statutes Affecting Civil Procedure
Jurisdiction, Parties, Venue, Process & Pleading, Discovery & Privileges, Dismissal for Delay in Prosecution, Summary Judgment, Trial Judgment, Appeals & Writs, Sanctions, Arbitration, Statutes & Rules of Court
 
Cases Pending in the California Supreme Court
 
• You will receive an update for 2009 to date •
 

Committee
 
Co-Chairs:
Brian Hannemann and Yoshi Kubota
Committee:
Brian Kabateck, Nancy Drabble, Lori Sarracino, Laurie Klimchock and Wendy Murphy