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ABTL – Northern California

July 12, 2011- East Bay Lunch
Hot Evidence Issues in Civil Cases

The Association of Business Trial Lawyers is pleased to announce our annual East Bay lunch on Tuesday, July 12, 2011 where our distinguished panelists, Justice Carol Corrigan, Supreme Court of California and Justice Mark Simon, California First District Court of Appeal will explore:

  • Admitting hearsay evidence through an expert: How wide is the back door open?
  • Admitting electronic evidence: How do the old rules apply to the new technology?

Please join us for this timely and informative program.

Justice Carol Corrigan,
Supreme Court of California

Justice Mark Simon,
California First District Court of Appeal

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Date: Tuesday, July 12, 2011

11:30 a.m. – Registration and Lunch
12:15 – 1:15 p.m. – CLE Program


Oakland Marriott Hotel – City Center
1001 Broadway Street
Oakland, CA 94607

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$50 – ABTL Members
$50 – Non-Members
$35 – Public Sector Attorneys
Sitting Judges: Complimentary

MCLE: 1 Hour MCLE Credit

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* All registrations are being handled online.

Questions: Contact Michele Bowen, Executive Director at (925) 447-7900 or email at



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