On January 23, Needham Kepner & Fish LLP’s Anne Kepner and Kirsten Fish will be presenters for the Santa Clara County Trial Lawyers Association’s (SCCTLA’s) 36th Annual “What’s New in Tort & Trial” seminar.
“What’s New in Tort & Trial” will be beneficial to any lawyer who practices plaintiff or defense civil cases. The presenters will give a comprehensive review of all of the 2018 judicial decisions that will affect tort liability and civil procedures in 2019 and subsequent years.
This seminar is a CLE program and will count as three CLE credits. Attendees can receive their CLE certificate immediately after the seminar. In addition to the main seminar, there will be a one-hour pre-seminar ethics program called “New Rules of Professional Conduct.” The pre-seminar counts as one ethics CLE credit.
SCCTLA will also be bringing in a mobile live scan company to provide an optional fingerprinting service before the seminar. The fingerprinting service is $84.00, and includes all federal and state fees. Keep in mind, under California Rule of Court 9.9.5, The State Bar of California is requiring that attorneys be re-fingerprinted by April 30, 2019.
This event will be held at The Westin on Market Street in San Jose. You can find more information about the seminar and RSVP to this event on SCCTLA’s website.
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Source: NKF Law