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CA Superior Court Boot Camp (12th Annual)

Pincus Professional Education has been putting on its annual Superior Court Boot Camp for twelve years.

This program covers everything from discovery to case management conferences, motion writing and tricks, trial prep, trial techniques and post-trial motions. It is an excellent overview of what you need to know to practice in Superior Court and it also provides a terrific amount of information to teach you general litigation skills.  Handouts are very thorough, including extensive outlines from most speakers and samples of briefs.

With several judges teaching, you will also receive insight into what Superior Court judges want and the mistakes not to make.

If you are new to Superior Court, new to California, want a trial refresher, or just starting out practicing law — you won’t want to miss this program.

Just a quick note, this particular program is in a seminar format with time for q/a. Due to the number of topics covered in the program, we won’t have time to incorporate practice exercises.

Agenda

The following is a tentative agenda. Check back soon for an updated agenda.

8:30 – 8:35
Intro to Course

8:35 –8:45
Demurrers & Case Management Conferences

  • Case Management Conference / Scheduling Your Case
  • Demurrers/Motions to Strike
    • Demurrers v. Answers

8:45 – 9:45
Discovery in State Court

  • Regular Discovery
    • Overlooked Deadlines
    • Procedural Issues that are often missed or where mistakes are usually made
    • Strategies and choices
    • For Settlements
    • For Trial
    • Circuit Court v. Federal Court
    • RFP tips
    • Practical examples
  • EDiscovery
    • Latest Rules – State v. Fed (or are they the same in CA – if so, make note of it)
    • Strategies (how do they differ, if at all, from regular discovery
    • Cost Saving Measures
    • Mistakes not to make
  • Motions to Compel 

9:45 – 10:30
Depositions in State Court

  • Strategies & Timing
  • State v. Federal rule differences and strategy differences
  • Deciding whom to depose
  • Taking good depositions – Mistakes not to make
  • Making effective use of depositions at trial in state court
  • Practical examples 

10:30 – 10:45 BREAK  

11:00 – 11:50
Motions for Summary Judgment

  • What is effective and what is not
  • Mistakes not to make
  • Responses and Replies
  • Timelines
  • Practical Examples

11:50 – 12:05
Other Motions

  • Ex parte applications
  • Continuances
  • Reconsideration
  • Substitution of Judges
  • Sanctions 

12:05 – 12:15
Q and A

Lunch 12:15 – 1:15 (on your own)

1:15 – 1:35
Mediation and Settlement Strategies

  • What to Expect
  • Strategies
  • Preparing your Client
  • Preparing your presentation/case

1:35 – 1:50
Oral Argument

  • Top tips

1:50  – 2:00
Heading to Trial

  • Final Status Conference
  • Trial Outline

2:00 – 2:10
Q/A

2:10 – 3:20
Your Pre-Trial Tasks, Selecting and Dealing with Your Jury

  • Jury Selection in State Court – Procedure, Strategies and Questionnaires 
  • Jury Instructions, Jury Verdict Forms
    • What to do, mistakes not to make
    • Difference between state and federal
  • Opening Trial Briefs
  • Request for Admissions of Fact
    • Basic advice on what to do/how to respond
  • Evidence Issues
    • How to get evidence admitted
    • Differences between state and federal rules/procedures
  • Motions in Limine
  • Motions to Exclude Witnesses from Courtroom

3:20 – 3:35  BREAK

3:35 – 3:45
Q/A

3:45 – 5:00
Your Trial

  • Opening Statements
  • Direct and Cross-Examinations of Regular Witnesses
  • Direct and Cross-Examination of expert witnesses
  • Evidentiary Objections
    • Types
    • Effectiveness
    • Strategic Use
  • Introduction of Exhibits
    • Strategic Use
    • How to submit
  • Closing Arguments

5:00 – 5:20
Post-Trial Motions

  • Motion for a JNOV
  • Motion for a New Trial
  • Attorneys’ Fees
  • Determining “Prevailing Party” under CCP Sec. 998, 1032 & 1033
  • Filing Notice of Appeal

Judgments

  • Financial awards
  • Injunctive relief
  • Requirements for entry in jury trials per CCP664
  • How to enforce

5:20 – 5:30
Q and A

 

Dates and Times and Locations

Los Angeles:

October 13, 2017
8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. (lunch on your own)
Check in between 8:00 – 8:30 a.m.

The DoubleTree Downtown Los Angeles
120 South Los Angeles Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012

Parking:  Discounted $15 valet and $10 self park at hotel. Enter through valet/main entrance on Los Angeles Street.

 

San Francisco:

October 27, 2017
8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. (lunch on your own)
Check in between 8:00 – 8:30 a.m.

The Hotel Nikko
222 Mason Street
San Francisco, California, 94104

 

(Be sure to arrive at least ten minutes before start time if you want to make sure you have a good seat)

Testimonials

“Great program. I truly appreciated the practical points offered by the presenters. I enjoyed the program very much and will recommend it to fellow attorneys. The thing that I liked the most is that the presenters did not re-read the handouts, but rather provided precious, practical-experience advice and tips.” – Boryana Arsova, Esq.

“It seemed like a great, comprehensive overview of motion and trial practice…Great insight from the judge.” – Anna Mezhebovskaya, Esq.

“Very well organized. Appreciated that it was not mired in technical statute recitation and was instead a more broad overview…overall, excellent program for inexperienced attorneys like myself.” – Kevin Miller, Esq.

“Very helpful to see the forest from the trees. As a new litigator, it’s easy to get lost in and lose sight of the big picture. Subject matter seemed right on point for helping me in day-to-day practice…[Speakers gave] lots of practical examples, thorough explanations, and tips.” – Lauren Cox

“Informative and good written materials…Great work, everyone!” – Eli Flushman, Esq.

“The interactive comments in the afternoon were very good…Thanks for the program. For 7.5 hours, it was very good.” – Robert Goldman, Esq.

“Thanks! Great program. I enjoyed it.” – Sarah Castelhano, Esq.

“The course helped to reinforce what I learned at my prior firm.” – Cleve Collado, Esq.

“Well done, organized, great personal stories in court, and great advice.” Jonathan Kantor, Esq.

“Good program overall. Would do another [Pincus program] again.” – Michael Edward Olsen

“Learned a lot. [Many] different topics [were] covered. Good reference material for future use.” – Natalya Samsonova, Esq.

“I found the speakers to be knowledgeable and effective at teaching and breaking down how to approach pre-trial and trial.”

“Very practical and specific.” – Kathleen Bricken, Esq.

“Very satisfied. Took away a lot of excellent recommendations that I will apply in my practice.” – Raychele Sterling, Esq.

“Information and materials were very detailed and easy to follow. Perfect for new attorneys without experience and experienced needing refresher.” – Sanaz Bereliani, Esq.

“Although, I’ve practiced nearly 30 years in other states, this course was very helpful given my recent licensure in CA. I highly recommend it for the transferring lawyer.” – James A. Morris, Jr., Esq.

“I wanted an overview from beginning to end and that’s exactly what we got.” – Griselda Rodriguez, Esq.

“Well done. Well planned. Great topics.” – Mike Voigt, Esq.

“Overall, great experience. This was my first superior court bootcamp, so all information was relevant and interesting. “All speakers had strong knowledge of the material they were presenting.” – Carlos Portillo, Esq.

“This was a great overview of the litigation process.” – Joshua R. Driskell, Esq.

“It was a great program. I really learned a lot.” – Teressa Libutti, Esq.

“Overview of civil procedure in all presentations was informative.” – Afret Canchan, Esq.

“It was very good.” – Chris Moody, Esq.

“I got ideas to improve my practice.”

“Very informative.”

“[My] objectives were met. Good program!”

“Satisfied. Very informative.”

“Great intro to state court practice. I was looking for broad coverage and issues to look out for, and this course delivered.”

“I learned new things, such as motion for recovery costs to prove bad faith defense.”

“I liked the content and it was a well-organized refresher for me. It was  well done.”

“[Speaker shared] clear, succinct and useful war stories.”

“[Speaker] did a great job explaining how to put together and deal with a Motion for Summary Judgment.”

“[Speaker] Fabulous!” – Sharvonne R. Sulzle, Esq.

“Great [speakers]!” – Adam Wentland, Esq.

“I enjoyed the program.” – Indoo Desai, Esq.

“Overall, a great panel.”

“Really appreciated [Judge’s] insight.”

“Very helpful and informative. Thank you.”

“Overall, great CLE.”

“Very satisfied. Took away a lot of excellent recommendations that I will apply in my practice.” – Raychele Sterling, Esq.

“Information and materials were very detailed and easy to follow. Perfect for new attorneys without experience and experienced needing refresher.” – Sanaz Bereliani, Esq.

“Although, I’ve practiced nearly 30 years in other states, this course was very helpful given my recent licensure in CA. I highly recommend it for the transferring lawyer.” – James A. Morris, Jr., Esq.

“I wanted an overview from beginning to end and that’s exactly what we got.” – Griselda Rodriguez, Esq.

“Well done. Well planned. Great topics.” – Mike Voigt, Esq.

“Overall, great experience. This was my first superior court bootcamp, so all information was relevant and interesting. “All speakers had strong knowledge of the material they were presenting.” – Carlos Portillo, Esq.

“This was a great overview of the litigation process.” – Joshua R. Driskell, Esq.

“It was a great program. I really learned a lot.” – Teressa Libutti, Esq.

“Overview of civil procedure in all presentations was informative.” – Afret Canchan, Esq.

“It was very good.” – Chris Moody, Esq.

“The overall overview of the process was exactly what I was looking for.”

“Overall an excellent presentation. Informative and organized with compelling panel of speakers.”

“Great overview.” – Timothy Laquer, Esq

“I learned a great deal about Superior Court practice.” – Victor Leving, Esq.

“Enjoyed speakers, very informative.”

“The advice was practical, perfect for new attorneys.”

“Everything I can think of is covered.”

”Pincus has the best programs – great topics and dynamic speakers.”

“The panels both did a good job of progressing through the content with thoughtful, relevant insight.” – Adam Stone, Esq.

“This was a very nice overview of trial prep that boosted my confidence as I prep for my trial.” – Nicholas Colla, Esq.

“Very validating and also good food for thought. This was very thorough training.” – Heidi Lehrman, Senior Councel, CA Department of Managed Health Care

“The panelist covered everything! They were quite thorough and respectful of the time constraints.”

“My personal objectives were completely satisfied – I left feeling like I had several new ideas and tools I could apply to my work immediately.” – Sally Mielke, Esq.

“Interesting panel and topics.” – Shelley Crawford, Esq.

“All the things law school should have taught you, but didn’t.”

“Even after practicing for several years, it was good to have a discussion regarding the nuts and bolts.”

“Thank you for the resources via email – They are the practical information that I was looking for.” – Carol Wyzinski, Esq.

“Interesting and helpful insights.” – John Jackman, Esq.

“Very informative!” – Lindsay R. Wood, Esq.

“This class was very helpful and informative.” – Portasha Moore, Esq.

“Very helpful refresher course for someone getting back into the courtroom.”

“This was the only valuable MCLE I have attended in years.”

“This program provided a very helpful overview of the anatomy of a case through trial.”

“Checklists and outlines were very helpful.” – Natilee Riebman, Esq.

“Real life situations combined with humor – thanks! Thanks also for reminders of pertinent code sections and insight into judge’s preferences.”

“[The seminar] gave me good insight as to what the court looks for in reading papers. My objective was to improve motion writing and the comments of the presenters were very helpful.”

”Fantastic program. I’m in my 3rd year of practice and it was the perfect timing for this program.” – Alison Karp, Esq.

”The speakers were all clear and concise regarding topics. The program was very informative and found it helpful that each step to the process was broken down and straight forward.”

“Great explanation of the law and examples by practitioners clearly versed on the topics presented really helped me understand the applicability of the subject matter.” – Rahman Gerren, Esq.

”Great course! Very informative and basic enough for beginners. All well prepared and great presence.” – Christina H. Johansen, Esq.

”Good presentation – I like the panel format.” – Barry E. Weber, Esq.

”Enjoyed overall presentation and topics.” – Greg Kreausian, Esq.

”Great overview. This is a great opportunity to brush up my knowledge.” – Michael Waddington, Esq.

Faculty

Please check back soon for an updated list of speakers.

Los Angeles:

Hon. Michael J. Raphael
Superior Court Judge
Los Angeles Superior Court

Michael J. Raphael is a Superior Court Judge in Los Angeles. He was formerly the Chief of the Criminal Appeals Section at the United States Attorney’s Office in Los Angeles, where he supervised appellate work that includes over 300 briefs and 100 oral arguments annually before the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. Prior to joining the bench, Judge Raphael argued 41 cases before the Ninth Circuit, including three cases before the en banc court. He also prosecuted dozens of criminal defendants in federal district court when he was a member of his office’s Major Frauds and General Crimes sections.

Prior to joining the bench Judge Raphael was appointed special counsel to investigate and prosecute the leak to the San Francisco Chronicle of grand jury transcripts of athletes such as Barry Bonds that occurred during the BALCO steroid investigation in San Francisco, obtaining a full guilty plea from lawyer Troy Ellerman, who was sentenced to 30 months imprisonment in July 2007. For this work, Attorney General Michael B. Mukasey recognized Judge Raphael with the John Marshall Award, the highest award offered to attorneys by the U.S. Department of Justice.

Judge Raphael also previously worked in the U.S. House of Representatives as counsel to Rep. Henry A. Waxman. He practiced appellate law and criminal defense at Sidley & Austin in Washington D.C., and served as a law clerk to the Honorable Nathaniel A. Jones of the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. He graduated from Yale Law School, where he was a senior editor of the Yale Law Journal.


Shehnaz Bhujwala, Esq.

Boucher LLP

Shehnaz Bhujwala is a partner with Boucher LLP. She helps people harmed by unscrupulous, harmful practices obtain justice through class actions and mass actions in federal and California state courts. Ms. Bhujwala has successfully resolved numerous class actions on behalf of consumers and workers. She also serves the legal community as a board member of the Consumer Attorneys of California, a member of LACBA’s Judicial Appointments Committee, and as Co-Chair of LACBA’s Complex Courts Committee.

 


Damian D. Capozzola, Esq.
Founder
The Law Offices of Damian D. Capozzola

Damian D. Capozzola is a sole practitioner in his nineteenth year of litigation practice. Damian has handled significant litigation matters across a broad spectrum of industries and has represented some of the world’s largest defense contractors, food manufacturers and wholesalers, and telecommunications companies.

Damian has successfully first-chaired nine jury trials, three bench trials, and two arbitrations, and has contributed to successful trial results and settlements in a number of other matters while practicing at three leading national law firms and then since 2013 as founder of his own firm.  He has extensive experience in taking and defending depositions, and he has written and lectured on litigation strategies — including the effective use of technology in the courtroom — and working with experts.  Since 2006 he has been the co-author of the Thomson Reuters/West Trial Practice Series treatise Expert Witnesses in Civil Trials: Effective Preparation and Presentation.

Damian also has experience with a range of employment, personal injury, and environmental issues, from mass tort litigation to multi-party groundwater contamination mediations to advising clients on discrete issues.  Finally, through the years, he has devoted a significant amount of pro bono time prosecuting misdemeanor crimes for two local municipalities. Most recently, Damian secured guilty verdicts on both counts in a two-day bench trial in which the defendant was represented by an attorney with an established track record of filing civil rights lawsuits alleging officer misconduct.

In 2011 Damian was appointed by Governor Schwarzenegger (and was subsequently reappointed by Governor Brown) to the California Law Revision Commission, which he chaired in 2014.  He is also a Past-President of the Los Angeles Italian-American Lawyers. 


Germain D. Labat, Esq.
Shareholder
Vedder Price

Germain D. Labat is a Shareholder at Vedder Price and head of the Litigation group in the firm’s Los Angeles office.

Mr. Labat is an experienced trial lawyer who advises and represents companies and their executives in complex civil litigation in state and federal courts, as well as in arbitration and other ADR forums. His litigation practice focuses on all manner of complex business disputes, including commercial litigation, securities litigation, corporate governance and control disputes, commercial real estate litigation, and class action defense. His wide-ranging list of clients includes both public and privately held companies in the financial services, real estate, health care, energy, retail and technology sectors.

Mr. Labat is a forceful advocate in the courtroom, having tried numerous jury and bench trials of complex and lengthy matters, including one of the longest bench trials in California history that spanned nearly 300 trial days. While Mr. Labat typically serves as defense counsel, he also has experience representing plaintiffs, having successfully obtained multimillion-dollar verdicts for his clients.

Mr. Labat is also experienced in conducting internal investigations, acting as counsel to Special Litigation Committees in response to both external and internal allegations of impropriety, and counseling clients and their boards of directors on pre-litigation strategy and planning.

Prior to joining the Firm, Mr. Labat was a partner with a leading international law firm. Before that he spent his early years of practice representing Silicon Valley start-ups and publicly traded tech companies in the Securities Litigation Group at another Am Law 100 firm.

He is fluent in Spanish.


 

San Francisco:

Hon. James P. Kleinberg (Ret.)
Retired California Superior Court Judge, Santa Clara County
Neutral, JAMS

Hon. James P. Kleinberg (Ret.) joined JAMS following over 11 years as a California Superior Court Judge sitting in Santa Clara County and over 34 years as a federal prosecutor and private lawyer devoted to complex civil litigation.

As a lawyer, Judge Kleinberg’s extensive litigation practice included numerous complex cases involving commercial disputes, class actions, securities, antitrust and trade regulation, and intellectual property issues in state and federal courts throughout the nation, as well as Canada, Europe, and Asia. These cases included the representation of high technology companies, accounting firms, agencies of foreign governments, outside directors in securities litigation, sports teams and leagues, and individuals in SEC investigations. His private practice also included domestic and international arbitration within these practice Hon. James P. Kleinberg (Ret.) joined JAMS following over 11 years as a California Superior Court Judge sitting in Santa Clara County and over 34 years as a federal prosecutor and private lawyer devoted to complex civil litigation.

As a lawyer, Judge Kleinberg’s extensive litigation practice included numerous complex cases involving commercial disputes, class actions, securities, antitrust and trade regulation, and intellectual property issues in state and federal courts throughout the nation, as well as Canada, Europe, and Asia. These cases included the representation of high technology companies, accounting firms, agencies of foreign governments, outside directors in securities litigation, sports teams and leagues, and individuals in SEC investigations. His private practice also included domestic and international arbitration within these practice areas.

Judge Kleinberg continued his work on complex civil cases while on the bench, acting as settlement judge in dozens of cases. His most recent judicial experience was as one of 18 Superior Court judges in California managing the Complex Civil Litigation Program. Prior to that assignment he was supervising judge of the court’s civil division, as well as presiding over jury and court trials and discovery issues. On the Superior Court he served as an Executive Committee member and chair of the Technology Services Committee. As a lawyer he was one of the founders of the Early Neutral Evaluation program for the U.S. District Court, Northern District of California. That Federal Court has recently appointed Judge Kleinberg to be its first Co-Ombudsperson.

Judge Kleinberg was recently honored with several additional awards. He was named the 2014 “Judge of the Year” by the Santa Clara County Trial Lawyers Association, and he received the 2013 “Outstanding Jurist” award from the Santa Clara County Bar Association.


Andrew R. Livingston, Esq.
Partner
Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP

Andrew Livingston, a partner in the San Francisco office, is the Deputy Practice Group Leader of Orrick’s Global Employment Law Group. Orrick’s Employment Law and Litigation group was recently named Labor & Employment Department of the Year in California by The Recorder, the premier source for legal news, in recognition of their significant wins on behalf of leading multinational companies on today’s most complex and challenging employment law matters.

Andrew is a nationally ranked employment litigator. The Daily Journal has listed him as a Top Labor & Employment Attorney for three of the past four years (2011, 2013, and 2014), and he was recently selected by clients as a BTI Client Service Allstar. In 2014, Legal 500 recognized Andrew as a "very effective courtroom advocate who connects well with jurors" and noted that he is "exceptional in his ability to organize complex factual and legal arguments into a simple and persuasive presentation."

Andrew represents clients in a wide variety of industries, but specifically focuses on financial services, retail, technology, and advertising.

He has an extensive class- and collective-action practice. He routinely defends employers in such cases in state and federal courts, particularly in cases alleging violations of the wage-and-hour laws. Andrew also defends employers in numerous other types of cases, such as those related to restrictive covenants and trade secrets, wrongful termination, discrimination, harassment and retaliation.

Andrew regularly appears in state and federal courts, both at the trial and appellate levels, and he has substantial jury trial experience. He has significant experience mediating and arbitrating employment disputes, as well as handling employment matters before administrative agencies. His counseling work includes providing employment advice to management, designing appropriate workplace policies and training managers and other employees.

Andrew is a frequent speaker at employment seminars and programs for a variety of organizations such as the California Employment Law Council, CEB, PLI, NELI, Bridgeport, and Lorman. Recent speech topics include wage-and-hour developments, arbitration, class-action litigation, Supreme Court updates, and termination of employment.

Andrew serves as a member of the Board of Governors of the Boys and Girls Clubs of San Francisco.


Hon. Brian R. Van Camp, Ret.
Sacramento Superior Court Judge, 1997-2012
ADR Services, Inc.

Judge Van Camp spent twelve of his almost 16 years on the bench as a trial judge, the last six of which he was assigned to Civil Trials/Civil Settlement/Complex Civil Trials.

As such, he tried a wide variety of cases, involving disputes among businesses, partnerships and shareholders, real estate financing, construction defects, employment and wrongful termination, trade secret, medical malpractice and personal injury and served as an “all purpose” judge in complex cases.

Off the bench, Judge Van Camp served three terms on the Judicial Council Advisory Committee on Civil & Small Claims Law, where he chaired Subcommittees on Complex Litigation and Case Management and Uniform Rules. 

Judge Van Camp is a Charter Member and Director of the American College of Business Court Judges and was the Business Court Representative to the ABA’s Business Law Section. 

An active lecturer and writer, Judge Van Camp has taught over 40 courses to judges, attorneys and CPA’s on corporate and business law and trial practices and published over a dozen articles on business regulation, trial procedures and new developments in both the British and Chinese legal systems.

Judge Van Camp practiced Business, Corporate and Securities Law for 23 years prior to his appointment to the bench in 1997, as a partner, successively, with Diepenbrock, Wulff, Plant & Hannegan, Van Camp & Johnson, and Downey Brand, all of Sacramento, specializing in:  corporate and limited partnership finance; shareholder & management or partnership disputes; all phases of business operations, from start-up, employment and operating issues, merger & acquisitions, licensing and registration issues, among others.

Judge Van Camp served as California Commissioner of Corporations, from 1971-74, where he oversaw the public offering of corporate securities and franchise opportunities, enforcement of fraud statutes and the licensing of a variety of lenders and fiduciaries.

An avid practitioner of settlement techniques, Judge Van Camp has studied dispute resolution at Harvard Law School (2010), the Strauss Institute at Pepperdine (2012, 2003 and 2001) and the National Judicial College (2007).

Judge Van Camp earned his LL.B. from University of California, Berkeley, School of Law.


 

Fees

Register by August 18th and save $25 on each registration with the Early Bird rate!

Registration fees are per person.

Individual: $425
Early Bird registration $399

Group: $399 per person for 2 or more from the same company pre-registering at the same time
Early Bird registration $380

Government employee/Non-Profit* Rate: $375
Early Bird registration $350

Law Students/paralegals*: $235 (current JD students only)
Early Bird registration $210

 

Program materials:

We’ve gone green.  Registration fees include an electronic copy of your handbook emailed one week in advance of the program.  Be sure to check your spam folder if you don’t see it by then.

If you prefer, you may order a hard copy of the handout to be provided the day of the program for $25. To do so, please be sure to check the box when you register. If you want a hard copy, you must order it when you register; there will not be any available for purchase the day of the program.

** Legal Aid/Non-Profit attorneys are those attorneys employed by Legal Aid/Non-Profit firms. It does not include attorneys who have their own practice, or are employed by law firms, that volunteer their time for non-profit causes or take on pro-bono cases. Full and partial scholarships may be available to a limited number of non-profit/Legal Aid attorneys, based upon registration. Please call (877) 858-3848 to discuss or email your request to info@pincusproed.com.

 

CLE Credits

CA General:  This program is approved for 7.5 units of general CLE in California.

NJ General: The LIVE session of this course is approved, under New Jersey’s CLE Approved Jurisdiction policy, for 7.5 CLE units. Pincus Professional Education is a CA Accredited Provider, which is a NJ approved jurisdiction. See the New Jersey State CLE Board Regulations and Guidelines for further information.

NY General: The LIVE session of this course is approved, under New York’s CLE Approved Jurisdiction policy, for 7.5 CLE units. Pincus Professional Education is a CA Accredited Provider, which is a NY approved jurisdiction. See Section 6 of the New York State CLE Board Regulations and Guidelines for further information.

This program is approved for CLE in the states listed above.  Upon request, Pincus Pro Ed will provide any information an attorney needs to support their application for CLE approval in other states other than what is listed above.

Terms & Refund Policies

Recording policy: No audio or video recording of any program is permitted.

Seminar Cancellations: Should you be unable to attend for any reason, please inform us in writing no later than 14 days prior to the event and a credit voucher will be issued. If you prefer, a refund, less a $50 non-refundable deposit, will be issued. No refunds or credits will be given for cancellations received within 14 days of an event. However, if you notify us within 14 days of an event, and wish to convert your in-person attendance registration to an Audio CD package (with handout), we can do so. A small additional shipping charge, and sales tax in CA, will be incurred. No shipping charge is incurred for downloads. We will also issue a voucher for the amount paid if you notify us within 14 days and prefer not to have the audio recording.

Substitutions may be made at any time.

Reminder: The room temperature at hotels and other seminar locations are notoriously hard to control. Please bring a sweater or jacket in case it gets cold and/or layer as if you are going to the movies so you are comfortable.

For policies related to audio products, please select “I want a download or CD” on the right.

$235.00$425.00 $210.00$399.00 each

This program covers everything from discovery to case management conferences, motion writing and tricks, trial prep, trial techniques and post-trial motions. It is an excellent overview of what you need to know to practice in Superior Court and it also provides a terrific amount of information to teach you general litigation skills.

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