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Michael Kang talks about everything election law, from partisan gerrymandering and the constitutional issues involved in redistricting, to the effects of voter ID laws.
Colin Rule talks about the possibilities–and pitfalls–for online dispute resolution technology.
Lee Holcomb talks about her career path, her new book Lawyer Lifestyle, and how, with technology, women lawyers can find a voice and position in a challenging and constantly changing legal market.
Jim Lambe and Janet Hong talk about what makes jury selection a crucial part of the trial process and how attorneys can efficiently handle the different aspects of jury voir dire.
Suma Peesapati, Jennifer Novak, and Jon Rohrer talk about the CLA’s Environmental Law Section and enforcement issues that non-environmental lawyers should pay attention to.
Neil Wertlieb talks about imminent changes to the California Rules of Professional Conduct.
Shirin Forootan and Tamara Freeze share the top things companies should do in order to avoid employment lawsuits.
Michael Iseri talks about the change of cyber security and how law firms can be more safe with their data and client data.
Robert Klein, Sabrina Green, Steven Mayer, Philip Shapiro, and Sarah Redparth talk the benefits of being a member of the Solo and Small Firm Section and what to expect at the solo and small firms summit.
Cynthia Elkins talks about the role of an independent contractor, classifying the difference between them and regular employees, and attributes of being an employee w2.