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How to Secure an Approval of a Petition to Approve Minor’s Compromise on Your First Try, and Strategies to Have Petitions Heard During COVID-19 Court Closures

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60 minutes
Date Published

April 28, 2020

Publisher

Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles

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Summary

Petitions to Approve Minor’s Compromises can be confusing, time consuming, and frustrating. This webinar will address how to work with a guardian ad litem through a lawsuit to prepare them for this process, the basics of putting together a successful Petition to Approve Minor’s Compromise, how to avoid common pitfalls, and strategies for securing a hearing date during COVID-19 court closures.

This webinar is sponsored by Tory Owens. Tory Owens is a certified structured settlement consultant who works with attorneys throughout California to create structured settlement annuities for their clients. He focuses on plaintiff oriented cases that stem from physical injury, child and sexual abuse, medical malpractice, mass torts, wrongful deaths and attorney fee deferrals.

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Presenters

Lauren Horwitz

Lauren Horwitz is a trial attorney in the wrongful death and catastrophic injury practice group at BD&J, PC. She has... Read More

Molly M. McKibben

Molly McKibben is a partner at Greene Broillet & Wheeler, LLP in Santa Monica, California. Molly’s trial practice focuses on... Read More

Ese Omofoma

Ese Omofoma is a solo practitioner and the founder of The Omofoma Law Firm, where he focuses on spine, orthopedic and... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

How to Secure an Approval of a Petition to Approve Minor’s Compromise on Your First Try, and Strategies to Have Petitions Heard During COVID-19 Court Closures
COVID-19: Get Your Cases Moving Now - How to Prepare, Plan and Execute a Virtual Mediation - Written Materials
LASC - EX Parte Coverage in Mosk and Spring
LASC FAQ
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