2022 Family Law from the Experts:
California Family Law Report (CFLR) is proud to present Family Law from the Experts: Evidence live-stream webinar on November 19, 2022. This program is designed to strengthen your skills concerning the proof of pretrial, trial, and post-trial attorney’s fees and costs. It will also help you protect attorney-client privilege and work product privilege.
During this interactive program, you will be asked to rule on the admissibility of evidence from common hypotheticals. The program will address the admissibility of evidence in support of, or in opposition to, a request for attorney’s fees and costs. Our expert panel will explore the broad range of documents and “writings” that, as defined by the Evidence Code, cover any form of communication by any means of storage, including letters, email printouts, text messages, social media postings, video clips, audio clips, PDFs, etc. The course materials will include the relevant Lewis Bench Blotters on fees, experts, and burden of proof.
For novices and seasoned practitioners alike, this is another don’t-miss event in the Family Law from the Experts series!
• Judge Thomas Trent Lewis (Ret.)
• Justice Mark B. Simons
• Admissibility of documents
• Relevancy of evidence
Doctrine of completeness
Attorney work product privilege
Admissibility of settlement offers
In camera review
Expert testimony on fees and costs
• Sanchez and Sargon issues
• Seeking and defending attorney’s fees
The course materials include a copy of the complete set of slides used by the panelists, plus other supplemental materials. Enrollees in the live-stream webinar will be able to download course materials before the program and view them online during the program.
6 Hours MCLE/Specialization Credits
Approval of specialization credit in Family Law has been granted by the California Board of Legal Specialization and approval of MCLE credit for this activity has been granted by The State Bar of California in the amount of 6 hours.