Category: Corporate/Transactional/ Contract

C&N at PRWCA event

Had a great time with our friends out at the Paso Robles Wine Country Alliance luncheon. The Alliance has made vast strides in promoting Paso Robles wine country; last year they focused efforts in Texas and next year they are

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Privacy Policies: Are You in Compliance?

My previous post was regarding cybersecurity and some of the dangers lurking behind our widely-used “secure” technologies and authentication systems. A related issue is what you, as a business owner, chief technology officer or other data collector, must do to

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Cybersecurity: Are You Protected?

Cybersecurity: Are You Protected?

I recently had the privilege of attending a TED talk-style seminar on cybersecurity at my alma mater, UCLA. The information I learned at this session certainly gave me pause, and I was anxious to share the information I learned with

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Wanton or wontons. What is moral turpitude?

Wanton wontons.  Would you trust an attorney who deliberately skipped out without paying for her soup at the local Peking Dragon restaurant?  What is moral turpitude?  Is it like pornography?  Would you know it when you see it?

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Communication with Opposing Counsel

    Rule 2-100(A) of the Rules of Professional Conduct states:  “While representing a client, a member shall not communicate directly or indirectly about the subject of the representation with a party the member knows to be represented by another lawyer

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Convicted Criminal Attorneys – Part I

When I was a kid I used to wonder how people knew that police officers were good and could be trusted.  Did they raise police separately to make sure only good people became part of the force?  How could all

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C&N at PRWCA event

Had a great time with our friends out at the Paso Robles Wine Country Alliance luncheon. The Alliance has made vast strides in promoting Paso Robles wine country; last year they focused efforts in Texas and next year they are

Read More »

Privacy Policies: Are You in Compliance?

My previous post was regarding cybersecurity and some of the dangers lurking behind our widely-used “secure” technologies and authentication systems. A related issue is what you, as a business owner, chief technology officer or other data collector, must do to

Read More »
Cybersecurity: Are You Protected?

Cybersecurity: Are You Protected?

I recently had the privilege of attending a TED talk-style seminar on cybersecurity at my alma mater, UCLA. The information I learned at this session certainly gave me pause, and I was anxious to share the information I learned with

Read More »

Wanton or wontons. What is moral turpitude?

Wanton wontons.  Would you trust an attorney who deliberately skipped out without paying for her soup at the local Peking Dragon restaurant?  What is moral turpitude?  Is it like pornography?  Would you know it when you see it?

Read More »

Communication with Opposing Counsel

    Rule 2-100(A) of the Rules of Professional Conduct states:  “While representing a client, a member shall not communicate directly or indirectly about the subject of the representation with a party the member knows to be represented by another lawyer

Read More »

Convicted Criminal Attorneys – Part I

When I was a kid I used to wonder how people knew that police officers were good and could be trusted.  Did they raise police separately to make sure only good people became part of the force?  How could all

Read More »

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