A Recorder Roundtable on Prop. 64 has been scheduled for July 22, 2009 from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. at the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco. I will be one of the panelists, along with Will Stern of Morrison & Foerster (author of the Rutter Group's UCL practice guide and, of course, Prop. 64), Reed Kathrein of Hagens Berman, and Trent Norris of Arnold & Porter. Steven Pressman of GC California, a Recorder affiliate, will be the moderator. Earn two hours of MCLE credit for the bargain price of $95. Click here to register.
If you haven't attended a Recorder Roundtable in the past, I can tell you the format makes for a lively and interesting discussion. I attended the last one on Prop. 64 in February 2005, three months after the initiative passed, and it was great. Will was one of the speakers then as well. The main topic of our discussion on July 22nd will be In re Tobacco and where the law is headed from there.
Also, save the date of October 22, 2009 for the annual program of the State Bar's Antitrust and Unfair Competition Law Section.