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CEBblog’s Most Popular Posts of 2016

thinkstockphotos-607481982Thanks for reading, commenting, and sharing CEBblog™ this year!

We hope you find something useful and interesting in each of the 5 most popular posts from 2016:

Here’s to a happy and healthy New Year from all of us at CEB!

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New Year, New Laws for Civil Litigators

thinkstockphotos-498422290Were you able to keep track of the new legislative changes that will affect California civil litigators? Don’t worry, we did and here’s an overview of some of the key statutory changes you need to know about. Continue reading

New Year, New Laws for Family Law Attorneys

thinkstockphotos-498422290The California legislature has enacted several new laws that may affect your family law practice. Here’s an overview of some of the key statutory changes you need to know about. Continue reading

New Year, New Laws for Business Lawyers

thinkstockphotos-498422290Were you able to keep track of the new legislative changes that will affect California businesses and business lawyers? Don’t worry, we did and here’s an overview of some of the key statutory changes you need to know about. Continue reading

New Year, News Laws for Real Property Lawyers

thinkstockphotos-498422290The California legislature has enacted several new laws that may affect your real property law practice. Here’s an overview of some of the key statutory changes you need to know about. Continue reading

New Year, New Laws for Employment Lawyers

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4 Considerations for Child Custody Evaluations

question_133773471When the parties can’t come to an agreement, a child custody evaluation by a mental health professional can help judges by giving an assessment of the family, each parent’s capacity to parent, and the children’s needs and capabilities. Whether the motion for the evaluation is made by the judge or one of the parents, here are some important considerations for you and your client to discuss. Continue reading

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