4 Key Documents in a Motion to Compel

A motion to compel must consist of at least four documents. Here’s a handy checklist to be sure that you’ve got all your motion papers set to go. Continue reading

How to Disinherit a Spouse or Child

When disinheriting a spouse or child, the key is to be clear and explicit. Here are some DOs and DON’Ts to follow when your client wishes to disinherit a spouse or child. Continue reading

12 Actions Cities Can Take to Mitigate Tort Liability

Cities get sued. A lot. One of the most common kinds of lawsuits against a city arises from injuries caused by an allegedly dangerous condition of city property (like a sidewalk, road, or trail in a city park). Although it may not always be possible to avoid lawsuits based on the dangerous condition of city property, there are actions a city can take to at least make them easier to defend. This list may also be useful to plaintiff’s counsel going on the offensive.  Continue reading

New Year, New Laws for Business Lawyers

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

New Year, New Laws for Employment Lawyers

Were you able to keep track of the new legislative changes that affect California employers and employment lawyers? Don’t worry, we did and here are some of the key statutory changes you need to know about.  Continue reading

New Year, New Laws for Real Property Lawyers

The California legislature has enacted new laws that may affect your real property law practice. Here are some of the key statutory changes you need to know about. Continue reading

CEBblog’s Most Popular Posts from 2018

Before we say goodbye to 2018, take a look at some of the most popular posts from the past year. Continue reading

New Year, New Laws for Civil Litigators

The California legislature has enacted new laws that may affect your litigation practice. Here are some of the key statutory changes you need to know about. Continue reading

New Year, New Laws for Family Law Attorneys

The California legislature has enacted new laws that may affect your family law practice. Here are some of the key statutory changes you need to know about. Continue reading

What to Tell the Client When You’re Withdrawing as Counsel

There are many grounds for both mandatory and permissive withdrawal under the California Rules of Professional Conduct. When it’s time to withdraw from representation in a civil case, the attorney should send the client a letter like one of these. Continue reading