With the new year now fully underway, the Century City Bar Association is excitedly looking forward and hoping for a sooner-than-later return to our usual in-person networking events and continuing education series. In the meantime, as most of us continue working entirely remotely and observe distancing protocols, the Century City Bar Association is planning a robust slate of virtual speakers, MCLE offerings, and networking opportunities to engage our membership and keep us connected.

Two weeks ago, Jessica C. McElfresh, Esq., presented on the ins and outs of cannabis law and regulations in her talk entitled Get Up To Speed On the Ethics of Weed

On March 18, 2021, Phillip Maltin, Esq., will speak about his tips for recognizing dishonesty in a number of settings, from mediation to the workplace, in his presentation I Can Read You: How to Identify Liars in the Workplace, and the Legal Action You Can Take Against Them.

On April 15, 2021, Barry Schreiber, Esq. will present Working Tools For Eliminating Cultural Bias. 

Links to register for these, as well as updated information on virtual networking events and other news, can be found within this newsletter, on our website, and on our Facebook and LinkedIn pages. We look forward to seeing you all virtually until we can be in person once again, and invite you to let us know if there is a speaker or topic you would like to see on our calendar of events. Email suggestions, as well as newsletter article proposals or interest in serving on our Board of Governors, should be sent to LWerderitch@ggfirm.com.

Be safe and be well.

Lori Werderitch, President

Lori L. Werderitch