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CMCP Networking Mixer - Irvine
25th Anniversary Celebration


Welcome New Members

Discount for CMCP Members:
ACI’s 22nd Forum on Wage Hour Claims
CMCP in History: Raymond Alvarado

MCCA Diversity Gala &
Pathways to Diversity Conference


Call for Nominations:
ACBA Board of Directors
Save the Date for the State Bar of California’s Leadership Summit
Join us for CMCP's Irvine 25th Anniversary Celebration!
CMCP ANNIVERSARY
Irvine Program & Networking Reception
Hear from CMCP Board Members
Patricia Lee-Gulley, Partner, Gordon & Rees LLP
Michael Shimokaji, Principal, Shimokaji & Associates, P.C.
Thomas Suh, Partner, Lee Tran & Liang LLP
Catch up with old friends
Meet new people & expand your network
Date:Monday, July 28, 2014
Time:5:30 - 8:00pm; program at 6:00pm
Location:McCormick & Schmick’s
2000 Main Street
Irvine, CA 92614
Cost:CMCP Members - FREE
Non-Members - $25.00
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Presented by:
CALIFORNIA
Sponsored by:
LTL Attorneys
CMCP in History
Celebrating 25 Years of Creating Access & Opportunity
Raymond Alvarado not only participated in CMCP himself, but he created a culture of diversity, inclusion and dedication to CMCP within the firm he founded, today known as AlvaradoSmith.

In the words of CMCP Co-Founder Guy Rounsaville, Jr. on Ray's retirement: "He left a big imprint on CMCP just as he has on your good firm. He did so by valuing people above all. They say one measure of a person is the number of people you have helped in one way or another. By that measure Ray is a giant."
From CMCP 1996 Annual Report...
Minority Law Firm Benefit Story
An age-old business problem for smaller law firms, and particularly minority-owned law firms, has been approaching and gaining access to in-house counsel of legal departments at Fortune 500 companies and other large institutions. Having an opportunity to provide them legal services may be an even greater challenge. Such difficulties, however, can be addressed through membership in CMCP.

Members of the CMCP benefit through increased opportunities for attorneys of color at minority- and majority-owned law firms to build relationships with in-house counsel and other key personnel. Indeed, the growing success of the CMCP has resulted from expanded opportunities and productive business relations created and maintained between corporate and law firm members alike. As a member for the past several years, Alvarado, Smith, Villa & Sanchez has benefited from relationship building opportunities afforded through the CMCP on a professional and personal level. The membership benefits of the CMCP have afforded the Firm greater access to corporate legal departments that otherwise might not have been available.
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Raymond Alvarado, Esq.
Alvarado, Smith, Villa & Sanchez Los Angeles, CA
...Alvarado, Smith, Villa
& Sanchez has benefited
from relationship building opportunities afforded through the CMCP on a professional and personal level.
WELCOME
Welcome New Members
JLSALAZAR
KADING BRIGGS LLP
Glenn Nieves
SLG SHEIDEMANTLE
mcca minority corporate association
The Minority Corporate Counsel Association (MCCA) has scheduled its Gala and Creating Pathways to Diversity® Conference much earlier this year, and we want to make sure we’ve alerted everyone who might find these events of interest.

The MCCA Diversity Gala will take place July 25, 2014 at The Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. where Justice Cruz Reynoso will receive MCCA’s prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award. The Gala is MCCA’s premier awards program honoring leaders in the legal profession for diversity and inclusion. Esteemed actor, producer, director and social activist Laurence Fishburne will deliver the keynote address and present MCCA’s prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award to Justice Reynoso. Kristen Welker, NBC News White House Correspondent, will serve as the emcee for the Diversity Gala. Evening entertainment will feature music icon, multi-Grammy award-winner and back-to-back Oscar nominee, James Ingram. For more information or to purchase tickets, please visit www.mcca.com/gala.

MCCA’s Creating Pathways to Diversity® Conference, July 24, 2014

MCCA’s Creating Pathways to Diversity® Conference is a full-day educational conference promoting the advancement of diversity and inclusion in the legal profession. It provides programs focused on global diversity, inclusive leadership and talent optimization. The Pathways Conference offers practical development tools and resources for individual lawyers and organizations. This premier diversity and inclusion conference hosts over 500 legal professionals and experts.

To register or for more information, please visit the organization at
www.mcca.com/pathways.
CMCP Members Receive $200 discount (use code CMCP200)
Register by July 16 to lock in early bird rate
INQUIRE ABOUT IN-HOUSE, GOVERNMENT AND GROUP RATES
ACI'S 22ND NATIONAL FORUM ON WAGE HOUR
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Learn from and meet industry leaders from:
Bank of America
Macy’s
Citigroup
Best Buy
Wells Fargo
Boehringer Ingelheim
The Hartford
Wells Fargo
Century Link
Royal Bank of Scotland
Masco Corporation
Family Dollar Stores
Advance Auto Parts
PSEG Services
Walmart
The Dolan Company
Marsh & McLennan
Florida Power & Light
Western Union
FedEx
DirecTV
Enhanced enforcement efforts and aggressive investigations by the DOL, DOJ, NLRB and state agencies are leading to the rapid expansion of the Wage & Hour landscape.As a result, this conference is trending to be the largest of all the previous installments!

The is the only event that goes the extra mile and brings you an extensive in-house counsel client presence for maximum networking and business development, and federal and state judicial insights

Here's a sneak peek at just some of insights that the federal and state judges will be providing in the two judicial panels:
What works and does’t work in their courtrooms in wage cases
Why the employers in wage cases before them and before juries succeeded, and why they did not
Specific examples in the wage context of: 1) poor witness selection; 2) inability to connect with the jury; 3) bad lawyering
For wage cases, what works best in: 1) jury instructions; 2) voir dire; and 3) opening and closing statements
VIEW JUDGES HERE
Register using code CMCP200 to save $200
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Email: Customerservice@americanconference.com
For More Details, visit: www.americanconference.com/wagehourla
AVBA ALAMEDA COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION
Nominate Candidates for the ACBA Board of
Directors
Recommendations needed by July 8, 2014
Applications due July 21, 2014


Bar association participation is a great way to develop consensus-building skills, shape bar policies, have a voice in the legal community, and just have fun working with other great ACBA members. The ACBA seeks your help in identifying potential board members to replace those officers and directors whose terms expire on December 31, 2014

As part of the recently completed Long Range Strategic Planning process, the ACBA has decided to reduce the number of members on the Board of Directors, and to actively recruit board members with the particular skills, experience, and connections that are most needed to support the current goals of the organization.

This year, the Board has identified two priority areas for new board candidates:

Experience or familiarity with the Court Appointed Attorney Program, and
Experience or connections in the fields of marketing or survey research
The ACBA Board is a collegial and effective team that makes a positive difference in the Alameda County legal community. Board member duties include:

Becoming knowledgeable about the ACBA and corporate governance;
Participating in strategic planning for the organization;
Overseeing management of the organization’s financial position;
Assuring that the ACBA complies with relevant laws, regulations and contractual
obligations;
Increasing ACBA and Section membership; and
Promoting ACBA sections, programs and services.
Recommend a Candidate!

To recommend an excellent candidate with experience or connections in one of the two priority areas, please send his/her name to ACBA CEO Tiela Chalmers at tiela@acbanet.org by Tuesday, July 8, 2014. ACBA leadership is happy to reach out to recommended candidates to provide more information about Board membership and the application process.

Apply to be an ACBA Board Member
If you have experience in one of the two priority areas, and the energy, time, enthusiasm and collaborative spirit to help govern a dynamic bar association, then we want to hear from you!

To apply, please complete the application, which includes a description of board member responsibilities, and return it no later than Monday, July 21, 2014 to:

Whitney Ward
Alameda County Bar Association
1000 Broadway, Suite 480
Oakland, CA 94607
Fax: (510) 452-2224
whitney@acbanet.org
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Summit Highlights
Registration material available August 2014.
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