Event Details

REFLECTION ON 20 YEARS OF LAW AND MOTION PRACTICE

 BEST PRACTICES AND AVOIDING PITFALLS IN THE USE OF EVIDENCE

 INCLUDING: 
•    Declarations: submitting a proper declaration
•    Objecting to declarations
•    The use and abuse of judicial notice
•    Using discovery in support of or opposition to motions
•    Different motions/different requirements
•    Hearsay and other objections involving declarations
•    Conclusions/Facts
•    Necessary Foundation
 

All registrations are assumed to be remote unless otherwise stated. To reserve your seat for the in-person option, please contact Ann Horn at Ann@SonomaCountyBar.org or (707) 542-1190 ext. 100 to transfer your remote registration to in-person. 
 
For the comfort of our guests, a limited number of in-person seats are available. If you wish to attend in-person, we suggest notifying our office at your earliest convenience to reserve your seat. Walk-ins will be admitted as space allows. In-person registrations expire at the start of the presentation. We do ask that you arrive promptly; otherwise your reserved seat may be given to a walk-in attendee. In-person reservations are non-refundable unless cancelled prior to 3 pm one business day prior to the presentation.

If you need assistance registering for this program, please email Reception@SonomaCountyBar.org and we will assist you as soon as possible.

Thank you.

Speaker

Hon. Gary Nadler, photo

Hon. Gary Nadler
Superior Court Judge
Superior Court of California, County of Sonoma

Judge Nadler is currently assigned to the Civil division of the Superior Court of Sonoma County. Judge Nadler served as its presiding judge from 2017 to 2019 and 2009 to 2011. He has been a member of the California Judicial Council, serving in this capacity from 2014 through 2019. Judge Nadler teaches extensively in continuing education for California judges and is a faculty member for the Bernard E. Witkin Judicial College, where has taught Civil Discovery since 2004. He is a co-author of the “California Discovery Handbook” and action guides relating to civil discovery for the Continuing Education of the Bar; he is a contributing author for “California Civil Discovery” published by the Continuing Education of the Bar. He has authored numerous articles for the “Bar Journal” of the SCBA; participated as a panelist in over 20 SCBA educational programs; and has served as faculty for over 20 education programs for California judges.

Lawyer Referral Service

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