Habitability-Related Affirmative Housing Suits – June 7, 2016

To Be Announced. Presented by Laura Keenan, Esq. – Law Offices of Eric L. Lifschitz –franklinstreetlaw.com. Date: Thursday, June 7, 5:30-7:00 PM Location: Bar Association of San Francisco, 301 Battery Street, 3rd Floor, Board Room, San Francisco, CA 94111 1.5 General CLE Credits Visit
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Confidentiality Law & HIV – May 17, 2016

HIV+ clients often find that the privacy of their status is regularly overlooked by healthcare workers, social workers, and others who inadvertently disclose their HIV/AIDS status.  The disclosure is often emotionally devastating and financially disastrous.  Fortunately, California co
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ABA Section of Family Law Fellowship Program (For Family Law Attorneys)

The ABA Section of Family Law is seeking applications for its Fellowship Program from attorneys with a financial need.  The Section is currently recruiting interested applicants for five (5) fellowship positions.  This is a two (2) year program and will begin in September 2016 and end
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Employment Issues Facing Clients with HIV/AIDS – March 30, 2016

This training will cover employment issues facing employees living with HIV/AIDS, with a particular focus on reasonable accommodations, medical leaves, and some of the practical issues (such as privacy concerns) that arise when employees need accommodations. Sponsored by the State Bar
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Wage & Hour Claims for People Living with HIV – March 9, 2016

Come learn about basic wage & hour principles and what it takes to develop a wage & hour case in light of the 2012 Brinker decision. We will cover classification of employees, calculation of overtime pay, and meal and rest break laws. Sponsored by the State Bar’s Labor & E
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Ellis Act Evictions – March 23, 2016

This training will provide an overview of the Ellis Act as a “just cause” for eviction under the San Francisco Rent Ordinance. It will cover the legal protections for seniors and tenants with disabilities, highlighting strategies for defending long-term tenants faced with Ellis Act ev
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Glass Ceiling: Institutional Gender Bias & How to Change It, January 29 – San Francisco

he Bar Association of San Francisco presents Glass Ceiling: Institutional Gender Bias & How to Change It January 29, 2016: 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm MCLE Credits – 1 H, of Elimination of Bias Credit. Speaker Harry Keshet, PhD. Keshet Consulting Topics The talk is based on new
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Duties and Responsibilities of Serving On a Nonprofit Board, January 13 – San Francisco

Duties and Responsibilities of Serving On a Nonprofit Board January 13, 2016: 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm MCLE Credits – 1.5 H, This is a brown bag luncheon. Speakers Nancy McGlamery Principal, Adler & Covin Gene Takagi Managing Attorney, NEO Law Group Moderator Alyssa Snyder C
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Court and Legal Services Technology Summit, January 25, 2016 – San Francisco

Improving Access to Justice with Technology Join us for an engaging day of presentations and interactive discussions on using technology to improve access to justice in our judicial branch. Judges, court and legal services attorneys and staff, IT professionals, and anyone interested i
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BASF’s Everything You Need to Know About Substance Abuse, November 30, 2015

The Bar Association of San Francisco presents Everything You Need to Know About Substance Abuse November 30, 2015: 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm MCLE Credits – 1 H, in Competency Issues Credit. Speaker Michael Ranahan Topics This program will cover substance abuse and how it affects
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