Staying on the Cutting Edge: Sizzling Topics in UCL and CLRA Practice

04/02/2014 05:30 p.m. - 04/04/2014 09:15 a.m.

Class Actions

L.A. Hotel Downtown
formerly Los Angeles Marriott Downtown
333 S. Figueroa Street
Los Angeles, CA 90071

William L. Stern

William L. Stern

Speaking Engagement

Join Will Stern as he speaks about how Section 17200 and CLRA practice continue to dominate consumer, employment, investor and competitor litigation. These claims drive the new wave of food misbranding cases. This program will dissect the latest California Supreme Court and Ninth Circuit decisions in the field, provide a comprehensive update on §17200 practice, identify the "hot issues," and answer tomorrow's questions.

Whether you represent plaintiffs or defendants, businesses or consumers, you need to know about the UCL's and CLRA’s extraordinary reach.

You'll hear it first-hand from our expert panelists: the principal author of Proposition 64, one of the state’s preeminent class action plaintiff’s lawyers, and our moderator, Justice Victoria Chaney.

MCLE credit will be offered.

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