News & Events


The Nuts & Bolts of Investing in Pre-IPO Shares: Alternative Investment Basics Series 2015

Investing in a company pre-IPO carries several risks that are not present in publicly traded stock. What else needs to be explored? Take this webinar to discover the risks and benefits of investing in pre-IPO shares. Read More »

Event 08 October 2015

What is Equity Crowdfunding and Should it Matter to You?: Alternative Investment Basics Series 2015

This webinar will discuss in broad strokes what the new law allows today, what it will soon allow, and whether the law is likely to have a dramatic impact on the landscape of how investors invest and how companies raise investment capital. Read More »

Event 09 July 2015

Bumps on the Yellow Brick Road: Entertainment and Intellectual Property Issues in Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy Department Chair Brian Davidoff will be participating in a panel of bankruptcy and entertainment experts who will address a variety of issues and problems in bankruptcy cases involving licensing agencies, entertainment companies, writers and artists. Read More »

Event 25 June 2015

Be Prepared for ACA and New Sick Leave Law Breakfast

Olivia Goodkin, Chair of the Labor and Employment Group, will discuss how to implement the new sick leave law taking effect on July 1, 2015. Read More »

Event 25 June 2015

What is the JOBS Act and Why Should You Care?: Alternative Investment Basics Series 2015

This webinar will explore the various asset classes that are available only to those Americans who earn more than $200,000 ($300,000 if married) a year or who have at least $1 million in assets (not including the equity they have in their home) and the pros and cons of making such investments. Read More »

Event 31 May 2015

Are you an Accredited Investor and If You Are, So What?: Alternative Investment Basics Series 2015,

This webinar series was created for those millions of Americans who meet the federal government’s definition of “accredited investor,” to help them decide if some of their investment dollars should be allocated away from stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and the like and into the asset class that is commonly referred to as “alternatives,” which include PE, VC, Hedge funds, private placements, and hard assets (which include a wide array of things, such as gold, land, and comic books). Read More »

Event 07 May 2015

Environmental Law Lunch Program

The Environmental Law Section of the Los Angeles County Bar Association in co-sponsorship with the Environmental Law Section of The San Francisco Bar Association present "The Intersection of Insurance and Environmental Law." Insurance intersects with environmental law in numerous ways. This presentation will focus on how that intersection plays out in the roles of a transactional environmental attorney, an insurance recovery litigator, and a broker of environmental insurance. Read More »

Event 14 April 2015

29th Annual Environmental Law Super Symposium: From CERCLA to CEQA and All Points in Between - An Odyssey Towards Understanding and Managing Your Clients' Environmental Problems

After this full-day environmental odyssey, you will better understand and be able to better manage the broad array of environmental problems your clients routinely encounter. Read More »

Event 27 March 2015