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Witkin’s California Supreme Court Update

Product Description

  • Start Time: 1:30 PM
  • End Time: 2:30 PM
  • Date: April 16, 2020
  • Location: Training Center
  • MCLE Credits: 1
  • Instructor: John R. Wierzbicki
  • Seats: 0

THIS PRESENTATION IS TEMPORARILY POSTPONED.

This course will cover some of the most significant California Supreme Court decisions from 2019-2020 as selected by the attorneys of the Witkin Legal Institute.

Topics will include:

    • Must an employee be paid for being searched by security before leaving work?
    • May warrantless searches of electronic devices be a condition of probation?
    • Can an internet user who doesn’t click on the service agreement sue a website for discrimination?
    • Does a taxpayer organization have standing to challenge public contracts for conflict of interest?
    • Does governmental immunity deprive a court of jurisdiction to hear a tort case?
    • What makes an arbitration provision in an employment agreement unconscionable?
    • Must presidential candidates release their federal income tax returns to appear on the primary ballot?

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$45.00

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