SFVB Program this Friday Oct 9, 2020

Email from Steve Fox,

Dear All:

This Friday’s meeting is a perennial meeting.  We look at selected tentative opinions of the judges who hear cases in Woodland Hills (and adding a bit of the Northern District), discuss the tentative opinions, dig in deeply into many of them to try to understand the thought process and the legal process the judges used.  We have a wide variety of opinions, some consumer, some business, some litigation, some trustee issues, so there is something for everyone.   There is a lot of meat in this program.   Also, as a lot of different topics are covered, it is more likely than not that an issue you are working on now in one of your cases will be discussed by one of the panelists.   Crucially, this is not a program where we review as many tentative opinions as possible.  We cover a limited number of tentative opinions per judge so that you can listen to a somewhat in depth analysis.

The panelists are well experienced.  Nicholas Gebelt heads up the panel.  Robert Aronson and Sloan Youkstetter fill out the panel.  They have been researching and finding a lot of good tentative opinions.

The Program Particulars:

Date:                    Friday, October 9

Time:                    12 noon

Where:                 Zoom  (free parking)

MCLE:                  1 and ¼ hours  (specialization credit available.  Contact Linda Temkin if you have any questions)

Charges:              $20 for members

$30 for nonmembers

Sign up:                Sign up at sfvba.org.  Call (818) 227-0495 or email Linda Temkin at events@sfvba.org.  You will be sent a link and passcode before the program begins.

As always, if you would like to be removed from this email announcement, please email me back and let me know.

Steven R. Fox

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