Celebrate the Season by investing your time or contributing a financial donation to help the SFVBA Blanket the Homeless on Saturday, December 14, at the Bar offices in Woodland Hills.
The Valley Community Legal Foundation seeks volunteer attorneys to work with bench officers to moderate discussions with Valley high school students on the issue of free speech and the Constitution.
The California Bar Association has unveiled a new website to provide victims of the recent wildfires with access to appropriate legal services.
Anyone interested in becoming a Court Commissioner should attend an informative Brown Bag Lunch meeting, Monday November 11 at the SFVBA offices in Woodland Hills
Gov. Gavin Newsom has signed Assembly Bill 5 into law. The new law limits the use of classifying workers as independent contractors rather than employees by companies in the state.
A record number of ballots were cast and active social media campaigning was extensively utilized in an election that saw attorney Barry P. Goldberg and eight new Trustees elected to head the SFVBA.
Proposals by the California State Bar to allow non-lawyers to share in law firm profits and provide legal advice have received vigorous backing from several law professors and others at a recent public hearing.
Encino-based Lewitt Hackman will take on four veteran attorneys as the firm of Goldfarb, Sturman & Averbach closes shop after 61 years in practice in the San Fernando Valley.
The SFVBA’s Board of Trustees election is underway and is slated to end on September 10, 2019. Refer to the July Valley Lawyer and the Candidate Pamphlet for information on each candidate
A crowd of SFVBA members and their guests were on hand for the July 18, Meet the Experts program at the Woodland Hills Country Club – the first event of its kind organized by the Bar.