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How Non-Employment Issues/Areas of Law Affect Our Practice and Settlement Negotiations - Part 3

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$30 for CELA Members

75 minutes
Date Published

March 20, 2019

Publisher

California Employment Lawyers Association

Subjects

Employment Law, Family Law

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Summary

Family Law, Part 3

There are other areas of law/issues that may hurt/benefit CELA members' cases but may not always come up in the usual wrongful termination case and are not specifically employment related. This webinar will specifically cover family law and how employment litigation proceeds are divided during divorce.

Presented by CELA's Barristers Committee.

This webinar is open to current CELA members only. If you are a non-member and would like to register, please contact info@cela.org.

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Presenters

Kelly Kernohan, Moderator
The Law Office of Michelle E. Diaz - Northridge


Michelle Diaz
The Law Office of Michelle E. Diaz - Northridge


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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

How Non-Employment Issues/Areas of Law Affect Our Practice and Settlement Negotiations - Part 3 - Video
How Non-Employment Issues/Areas of Law Affect Our Practice and Settlement Negotiations - Part 3 - Slide Handout
Family Law Cases - Paper
Family Law Statutes - Paper
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