Let’s Talk About: What the family law lawyer needs to know about the investments and securities law practice
Legal Aid Society of Orange County presents:
Let’s Talk About:
What the Family Law Lawyer needs to know about the investments and securities law practice
What issues arise with investment disputes or securities enforcement? How does one identify a client’s risk management error? How does the private lawyer identify relevant issues for private redress? How does counsel seek information and assistance from regulators?
Do your clients own stocks and securities, if so, this is a class you should not miss!
Speaker will be Dennis A. Stubblefield
Attorney in private practice; former Securities Exchange Commissioner Enforcement Attorney; adjunct professor at Western State College of Law: Securities Regulation
introduced by Commissioner Richard G. Vogl (Ret.)
(“Let’s Talk About…” is a series of classes sponsored by the Legal Aid Society of Orange County and led by Commissioner Vogl. This series covers a variety of court issues and is for MCLE credit for lawyers, paralegals, and office staff.)
November 18, 2014
1 hour MCLE
12:15 PM to 1:15 PM
Location: 2101 North Tustin Avenue, Santa Ana
Bring your lunch and questions!
Cost: $25 -or-
Volunteer in LASOC’s Family Law Clinic immediately after the session -or-
Accept a pro bono case with one of LASOC’s clients
Law students admitted without charge
Register now while space is still available.
Legal Aid Society of Orange County
2101 N. Tustin Avenue
Santa Ana, CA 927005
714-571-5204 office * 714-571-5188 FAX