Town Hall Webinar Will Take Place At 12 p.m. on June 28, 2021

Presiding Judge Eric C. Taylor announced today a virtual Town Hall to highlight the recent launch of the Resolve Law LA Virtual Mandatory Settlement Conference (MSC) Program, which partners with experienced plaintiff and defense litigation attorneys to act as volunteer settlement officers to resolve cases pending in the Court’s Personal Injury (PI) Hub. The Town Hall webinar will be held at 12 p.m. on Monday, June 28, and is co-sponsored by the Los Angeles County Bar Association (LACBA). The Association of Southern California Defense Counsel (ASCDC), the Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles (CAALA), the Los Angeles Chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates (LA ABOTA), and the Beverly Hills Bar Foundation (BHBF) are also co-sponsoring the event.

“We are grateful to our partners from LACBA who are always there to provide support to the L.A. County bench,” said Presiding Judge Eric C. Taylor. “The Court appreciates their efforts to support this vital program, which will help to resolve pending cases while saving litigants from delays and expense.”

LACBA President Tamila Jensen said, “The Los Angeles County Bar Association is proud to co-sponsor this Town Hall webinar with the other local associations. We applaud the Court’s measured leadership during the course of the pandemic, and will continue to work closely with the Court and our judicial partners to ensure we serve the public to the best of our ability.”

Speakers for the Town Hall include Presiding Judge Taylor, Supervising Judge of the Civil Division David Cowan, MSC Unit Judge Dalila Corral Lyons, PI Hub Judge Daniel Crowley, ASCDC President-Elect Marta Alcumbrac, CAALA President Genie Harrison, LA ABOTA member Christopher Aumais, and BHBF President Linda Spiegel. Interested attorneys may register to attend here.

Attorneys with a minimum of 10 years of litigation experience should register to serve as a settlement officer by visiting

Resolve Law LA is a result of the collaborative work among leaders of the Superior Court of Los Angeles County and local bar associations.

View the full notice here.

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