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1099s for Panel Attorneys

The JCC has advised the projects that the accuracy problems with 1099s have been corrected. Amended 1099 forms are expected to be mailed to attorneys affected by the error by the close of business on Friday, Feb. 7, 2020. For those not impacted, you will not receive a replacement. Also being mailed are some 1099s not previously sent.

We anticipate receiving a list of impacted attorneys from the JCC. The newly mailed amended 1099s may take a few days to reach you, and the “final list of the attorneys impacted” may take a few days to reach us. Please check the information on the amended 1099s carefully.

We are hopeful the steps taken by the JCC will solve all problems. The JCC has expressed apologies for the confusion and have assured the projects that internal process corrections are being implemented to prevent this error from happening again.



Staff Attorney Job Announcement

CCAP is now accepting applications for a staff attorney position. The job announcement, which includes instructions for submitting an application, is available on CCAP’s website here (PDF).

Please feel free to share this job posting with other attorneys who may be interested in the position.


Practice Tip for Augment Motions

Motions to augment the record should not include a request to stay the appeal. Requests to stay an appeal are considered urgent and the court processes these requests differently from motions to augment. If counsel is seeking to stay an appeal, the request should be made in a separate motion.




CADC Annual Conference and Seminar
April 3-4, 2020

Registration is now open for CADC's Annual Conference and Seminar at the Hilton San Francisco Airport Bayfront. Judge Jeremy Fogel of the Berkeley Judicial Institute will give the keynote address on Friday afternoon. The two-day conference includes criminal and dependency break-out sessions, providing a total of up to 9.5 hours of MCLE credit. Both one- and two-day registrations are available.

For more information and to register, please visit CADC's website here (external link).