2 Programs with Donald G. Rez, Esq.

Mr. Rez, a shareholder of Sullivan Hill, has handled all types of commercial lawsuits, including cases involving trade regulation and antitrust; breach of contract; franchisor/franchisee issues; lender liability cases; professional malpractice; and intellectual property. He has been involved in complex multi-district litigation, and his antitrust experience has involved claims of virtually every kind. He has represented such diverse clients as the San Diego Clippers, Exxon, Fotomat, Mashburn Sanitation and Recycling (see City of San Marcos v. Coast Waste Mgmt, Inc., 54 Cal Rptr 2d 588 (1996)), Nevada Bob's Pro Shop, Inc., and Orlimar Golf Co. In approving a consumers’ antitrust class action settlement in which Mr. Rez had been appointed co-lead plaintiffs’ counsel, the United States District Court Judge recognized the high quality of representation on behalf of the class. Shames v. Hertz Corp., 2012 WL 5392159 at *19 (S.D. Cal Nov. 5, 2012).

Mr. Rez is a co-author of California Pretrial Practice & Forms (James Publishing Co.), a landmark treatise on civil procedure before trial. He has written extensively and has published articles in various legal journals, has co-authored articles for the American Bar Association's Forum Committee on Franchising, and has co-edited issues of the ABA's Antitrust Law Journal.

Mr. Rez is the Chair of the Civil Litigation section of the San Diego County Bar Association for 2013 and was Co-Chair in 2012, during which he has organized and moderated many continuing education programs on topics such as California's anti-SLAPP statute, e-filing in San Diego Superior Court and court funding.

This bundle includes the following programs:
  • Anxiety and Stress Management in A Challenging Profession (1.0 Competency Participatory Credit)
  • California Cannabis Law: Navigating the Minefield (3.0 General Participatory Credits)
  • Cybersecurity for the Legal Professional (.75 General Participatory Credit and .25 Legal Ethics Participatory Credit)
  • Limited Scope Representation: Practical Tips to Assist More Clients & Expand Your Practice (1.0 General Participatory Credit)
  • Fifth Annual Beer and Wine Law Update (1.5 General Participatory Credits)
  • Fundamentals of Family Law: Practical Tips for Practicing in San Diego (3.25 General Participatory Credits & 1.0 Legal Ethics Participatory Credit)
  • The Attorney-Client Contract: The Intersection of Ethical Obligation, Risk Management and Client Retention Strategies (1.0 General Participatory Credit)
  • The Jury is Watching (1.5 General and 0.5 Legal Ethics Participatory Credits)
  • What Works Well in Mediation (1.0 General Participatory Credit)
  • Dispute Resolution Agreements: Functional and Dysfunctional (1.0 General Participatory Credit)
  • Death of a Litigant & Creditor’s Claims - Civil & Probate Cross-Over Issues (1.0 General Participatory Credit)
  • Here and Now: Practical Ethics and Civility in Today's Profession (3.0 Hours of Legal Ethics Participatory Credit)
  • How to Ethically Use the Cloud (1.0 Legal Ethics Participatory Credit)
  • Removing the Stigma: Suicide Detection and Prevention in the Legal Profession (1.0 Competency Issues Participatory Credit)
  • Dialogue on Diversity: Cultural Competency - An Essential Skill for Lawyers Advocating in a Diverse World (1.0 Elimination of Bias Credit)
  • Opening Your Practice: Client Communications: Engagement Letters, Fee Agreements, Billing Statements, etc. (1.0 Legal Ethics and 0.5 General Participatory Credits)
What Works Well in Mediation (1.0 General Participatory Credit)

Published by San Diego County Bar Association

Credit: CA

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