Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Courses by Forensic Economic Services

1. Earning Capacity vs Expected Earnings

  • Approval Period: September 23, 2022 – September 22, 2024
  • Credits: 1.00 MCLE Hours
  • Summary: This course provides a comprehensive analysis of the concepts of earning capacity and expected earnings. Participants will learn how to distinguish between the two, understand their significance in various legal contexts, and explore the evolving legal standards and principles through case law and practical applications. The session includes a detailed discussion on California Civil Jury Instructions (CACI) 3903D and strategies for effectively presenting evidence in court.

2. Fraudulent Concealment for Legal Practitioners

  • Approval Period: May 1, 2024 – April 30, 2026
  • Credits: 1.00 MCLE Hours
  • Summary: This session explores the legal and economic implications of fraudulent concealment. Attendees will gain insights into identifying and addressing fraudulent practices in litigation. The course covers key concepts, case law, and practical applications, providing legal practitioners with the tools to uncover and prove concealed information effectively.

3. Multiple Regression Analysis for Legal Practitioners

  • Approval Period: October 25, 2023 – October 24, 2025
  • Credits: 1.25 MCLE Hours
  • Summary: This advanced course introduces the application of multiple regression analysis in legal contexts. Legal professionals will gain practical skills in using statistical methods to quantify economic damages and strengthen their case arguments. The session covers data collection, model interpretation, case law, and the ethical considerations necessary to avoid biases in analysis.

4. Tax Implications in Kenneth Economy v. Sutter EastBay Hospitals: Lessons Learned and Practical Considerations

  • Approval Period: July 14, 2023 – July 13, 2025
  • Credits: 1.00 MCLE Hours
  • Summary: Focused on the landmark case of Kenneth Economy v. Sutter EastBay Hospitals, this course discusses the tax implications of damage awards and settlements. Participants will learn about the tax treatment of various types of compensation, the challenges of tax neutralization, and practical strategies for addressing tax implications in employment cases. The session provides a thorough analysis of the case law and its implications for legal practitioners.

5. Present Cash Value According to California Civil Jury Instructions (CACI 3904A)

  • Approval Period: July 14, 2023 – July 13, 2025
  • Credits: 2.25 MCLE Hours (including 0.75 Bias Hours)
  • Summary: This comprehensive session covers the calculation of present cash value for future losses as per CACI 3904A. The course discusses the importance of growth and discount rates, appropriate methodologies, and their implications for final damage amounts. Attendees will explore practical applications, case law, and strategies for advocating effectively for clients in pre-litigation and litigation contexts.

6. Negligent Misrepresentation for Practitioners

  • Approval Period: March 31, 2024 – March 30, 2026
  • Credits: 1.00 MCLE Hours
  • Summary: This course provides a detailed exploration of the concept of negligent misrepresentation. Legal practitioners will understand the elements required to establish a claim, relevant case law, and practical applications in various legal scenarios. The session also covers the duty of agency, belief, knowledge, and truth, along with ethical considerations for handling such claims in litigation.

About Forensic Economic Services

Forensic Economic Services LLC,  is dedicated to providing high-quality continuing legal education to attorneys. Our courses are designed to enhance the knowledge and skills of legal practitioners in various fields, ensuring they are well-equipped to handle complex litigation involving economic damages. With an extensive experience and expertise to each educational activity,  we offer practical and insightful content for legal professionals.

For more information and to register for our courses, please visit or contact us at (213) 245-1232.

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