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Across the Bar

2nd Quarter 2019

2nd Quarter 2019

Featuring Thomas Keeling Receives the 2019 Law Day Award, Respecting Gender Identity in the Workplace, Introducing the New Supervising Probate Attorney and Under Oath: Anthony Gutierrez

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  • Under Oath: Anthony Gutierrez

    Under Oath: Anthony Gutierrez

    Q. Trait you dislike in others? A. Dishonesty. Q. Greatest extravagance? A . A vacation home in Santa Cruz. Q. Favorite journey? A. Patty and I joined the Peace Corps and lived in Bolivia. We travelled across Lake Titicaca to Peru—Machu Picchu and Cusco. Q. Something about you that most people

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  • Drivon School of Law Offering Course in Law and Public Policy for Lawyers and Students

    Drivon School of Law Offering Course in Law and Public Policy for Lawyers and Students

    Local attorneys are invited to attend as “visiting students,” paying one-half tuition ($825.00) as a “no credit” course. Classes begin July 11, meeting each Thursday evening for eleven weeks. The course explores the relationship between the law and politics, with a focus on California state and local government. Lawyers are

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  • Federal Overtime Regulations to be Updated in 2020

    Just before the new regulations were to take effect, a federal district court issued a preliminary injunction preventing the rule from being implemented. In 2017, the Department of Labor decided to stop pursuing an appeal of the decision, and the new overtime rule was dead. Over two years later, on

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  • Introducing the New Supervising Probate Court Attorney

    Introducing the New Supervising Probate Court Attorney

    Sabrina’s career developed and flourished over seventeen years as she assisted clients in estate and special needs planning, trust and estate administration, probate, conservatorships, and business planning. She is a Certified Legal Specialist in Estate Planning, Trust and Probate Law and an experienced mediator in estate issues, land disputes, marital

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  • Young Lawyers Section Awards $5,000 in Hon. Franklin Stephenson Scholarships

    Young Lawyers Section Awards $5,000 in Hon. Franklin Stephenson Scholarships

    The SJCBA Young Lawyers awarded $5,000 in scholarships to students who plan to become lawyers. Each of the scholarship recipients is enrolled in Pathway to Law School at San Joaquin Delta College (“SJDC”) or the Pacific Legal Scholars at the University of the Pacific (“UOP”). Michaela Chapa (UOP) became interested

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  • Respecting Gender Identity in the Workplace

    Respecting Gender Identity in the Workplace

    In the United States, transgender people experience higher rates of poverty and discrimination. Nationally, 78% of transgender people have experienced harassment, mistreatment, or discrimination at work.2 Here in California, more than a quarter of transgender people report being fired, denied a promotion, or not hired because of their gender identity.3

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  • Thomas Keeling Receives the 2019 Law Day Award

    Thomas Keeling Receives the 2019 Law Day Award

    Tom grew up in Bakersfield, where he was the salutatorian of the class of 1968 at West High School. The CV version of his life reads like that of a Supreme Court appointee. Tom graduated Phi Beta Kappa in English from the University of California, Santa Barbara in 1972, as

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  • Looking Back & Moving Forward

    FINANCIAL REPORTING Below are summary financial reports for 2018 and 2019. For 2018, you are seeing the Statement of Revenue and Expenses (actual); for 2019, the Approved Budget (estimated Revenue and Expenses). Going forward, the SJCBA expects to present this information to members in the first quarter of the year.

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