Nevada County Law Library / NCBA 2018 “Noon Time Legal Seminars”

The Nevada County Law Library in collaboration with the Nevada County Bar is offering monthly “Noon Time Legal Seminars,” which are open to the public, on legal topics of general interest. These seminars are taught by local attorneys and designed for the practicing attorney, but they are also intended to be accessible to the general public.

The cost is $15/seminar for non- attorneys and $30 for attorneys (who will receive MCLE credit — Minimum Continuing Legal Education, through the Nevada County Bar Association). Seminars on February 20 and March 20 are co-presented by experts in the community, along with an attorney.

Seminars are from 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm held generally on the third Tuesday at the Nevada County Superior Court, 201 Church Street, in Nevada City.  Spaces are limited and pre-registration is highly recommended; Call 530-265-7161 or email  Law.Library@nccourt.net.   (There are no Seminars scheduled for July or December).

The Seminar schedule for 2018 is:

January 16, 2018

California Cannabis Law Update 2018 / Presented by Heather Burke

   

February 20, 2018

Three’s Steps to Avoiding Scams, Keep it Safe and Identity theft / Presented by, Jason Welliver (Bank of America) and James Morris, Deputy District Attorney

   

March 20, 2018

Social Media: Be Careful What You Say – Presented by Pascale Fusshoeller (Co-founder of YubaNet) and attorney TBA

   

April 17, 2018

Joint Property Owners (Tenants-in-Common): Rights and Obligations – Presented by Dylan Hendricks

   

May 15, 2018

Basic Employment Law – Presented by Steve McFarlane

   

June 19, 2018

Does Fido have Standing? Laws Pertaining to Pets, Livestock, and Animals – Presented by Fran Cole

   

August 21, 2018

Landlord and Tenant Rights  – Presented by Larry Montgomery and Kathy Lindsay

   

September 18, 2018

How to Start Your Business – Presented by Jeff Guyton

   

October 16, 2018

Workers Comp/Disability – Presented by Kim LaValley

   

November 13, 2018

Problems Next Door? Rights and Remedies Among Neighbors – Presented by Lee Auerbach