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Webinar Presenter

Cameron

Attorney, Cameron Norris, will be presenting a webinar for PICA members in June on Legal Investigations in Family Law.

Cameron will discuss the value that investigators bring to family law litigation, the types of evidence investigators should obtain, and how to effectively compliment counsel's efforts to obtain a favorable result for their clients.

Some of the topics he will cover:

  • Why parties hide assets, and how investigators can help prove it.
  • Child Custody litigation - How investigators are underused, and how some basic investigative steps can help counsel secure a favorable result for your clients.
  • Domestic Violence cases and how your work can help obtain protective orders.
  • What types of official records (law enforcement reports, court etc.) could be pertinent to a family law investigation, and where/how to find them.

Cameron is a member of the California State Bar.  His areas of practice includes divorce, custody, guardianships, restraining orders, estate planning, contract disputes, or general civil litigation.

Graduating Magna Cum Laude, Cameron earned a Juris Doctorate from Southwestern Law School in Los Angeles. He received over 15 academic awards while at Southwestern including several “CALI” and “Witkin” awards.

Cameron previously received a B.A. in Psychology from Pepperdine University in Malibu. Cameron also has extensive experience in the finance industry, working in consumer lending, home mortgage financing, private money lending, life settlement insurance, and equipment-lease financing. Cameron also worked for Trimarc Financial, representing the equipment lease finance company in operating and capital leases, lease lines of credit, and sale leasebacks. His experience in the finance industry provides both Cameron and his clients with rare insight into various business matters.

Cameron volunteers as Pro Bono counsel to clients of a local non-profit, providing legal representation to battered women.  Cameron also maintains the Norris Law Blog, which discusses business and family law issues and brings practical information to readers.

Finding Clients

Brad Batesole

Brad Batesole will be presenting, Three Strategies for Finding Clients, at the Professional Investigators of California, Central Coast District meeting, from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM, on Wednesday, June 1, 2016, at Mimi's Cafe in Ventura.

ATTENDEES WILL LEARN:

  • LinkedIn -
    How to connect with attorneys and businesses.
  • Content Marketing -
    How to get clients to come to you.
  • Paid Advertising -
    Facebook and Pay-Per-Click.

Seating is limited:  REGISTER TO ATTEND

Brad Batesole is the growth marketing consultant and staff marketing author for LinkedIn. He delivers engaging presentations at conferences and develops instructional content on lynda.com.

Brad is an entrepreneur, startup advisor, and marketing expert. Throughout his career, Brad has led teams of top marketers at top companies and combines over a decade of experience working to help businesses win big.

Brad is the top marketing instructor for Lynda.com / LinkedIn, with over 5.5 million views on his courses. He was featured in Entrepreneur Magazine, after launching his first technology company at the age of 15, and then spent the next 14 years redefining digital marketing and the potential of the web - working to bring upstarts like LegalZoom, Lynda.com, and InmateAid to where they are today.

Brad also serves as an advisor to multiple companies, most notably: Toyota, Adobe, TMZ, and BioLite where he provides marketing direction and strategic advice. In addition to being a Staff Author with LinkedIn, he's the co-founder of a Santa Barbara software and marketing firm, Branded Crate.

Brad is a certified Google Partner and holds a BA in Marketing and a Master of International Business (MIB). His passion for marketing is rivaled only by his passion for flying; as a private pilot Brad volunteers to introduce kids to the world of aviation.

As a membership benefit, training is FREE to PICA Members, their spouse and employees, just pay for your own meal. There will be a $20 training fee for non-members in addition to paying for their own meal.

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