Join Jurisco for Surety Bond Webinar

Join us on for the webinar on August 4th!

When do you need a bond in litigation?  How do you get one?  What are they anyway?  How does the process work?  Enforcement?  Challenges?  These are all questions attorneys ask themselves if they haven’t had to use bonds much in the past.

Why listen to this webinar? If you are seeking or resisting an injunction, a writ of attachment, a lis pendens, a mechanics lien, a stay of enforcement on appeal, or involved in any other matter requiring a bond or undertaking, you will learn practical tips for obtaining or invalidating the bond or undertaking

And, with appeals, even the best appeal can be useless if the prevailing party enforces the judgment while the appeal is pending. Learn how to make that happen, or keep it from happening.

If you’d like to learn more about this topic, please take a lunch break and join us at the upcoming webinar by Pincus Professional Education: Bonds Demystified on August 4th at noon.

Bonds Demystified (with other alternatives presented)
August 4, 2016, 12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. PDT
One registration covers all attendees at one connection!  All attendees also get a download of the program.

Go here to register.  Can't attend?  Pre-order the program

Webinar Topics Include:

  • What are they?
    • Difference between bond and undertaking
    • Some definitions
    • State vs. federal practice
  • When do you need one?
    • Injunctions
    • Lis pendens
    • Certain types of actions
    • Stay enforcement
    • Money judgment
    • Judgment for "costs only"
    • Court-set bonds
  • Other statutes
  • How do you get one?
    • How commercial surety companies work
    • Qualifications
    • Procedure
  • Alternatives to bonds
    • Personal sureties
    • Deposits in court
  • Challenging sufficiency of bond or undertaking
  • Enforcing liability on bond or undertaking


Please feel free to contact Pincus Pro Ed if you have any questions about this program.  You can reach them by phone at 877.858.3848 and by email at [email protected].


CA CLE: 1.5 CLE units general, 1.5 units Legal Specialization in Appellate Law.

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