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Attorneys Carson and Neumeyer to Speak on “Managing the Legally Savvy Marijuana User”

Attorneys Christine Carson and Christopher Neumeyer of Aleshire & Wynder will address the topic, “Managing the Legally Savvy Marijuana User in the Era of Props. 64 and 215,” on January 19,  2017.  This will be presented by the Southern California Public Labor Relations Council at the Cerritos Public Library.

Aleshire & Wynder’s Office Administrator, Terry Vickrey, Earns CLM Designation

Congratulations to Terry Vickrey, Aleshire and Wynder’s Office Administrator, for earning the Certified Legal Manager (CLM) designation from the Association of Legal Administrators. To earn the CLM designation a candidate must demonstrate a mastery of the essential knowledge, skills and abilities in areas of Communication and Organizational Development, Financial Management, Human Resources Management, Legal Industry/Business Management, and Operations Management.

June Ailin to Present at CLE International’s 2016 Eminent Domain Seminar

On February 26, 2016, partner June S. Ailin will be a panelist at CLE International’s 2016 Eminent Domain seminar at The Westin in San Diego.  In a presentation entitled “Expert Witness Preparation:  How to Put Your Witness’s Best Foot Forward,” June and a co-presenter will discuss achieving the best possible presentation of appraisal testimony in an eminent domain trial.

Elena Gerli to Present at County Counsels’ Association’s Land Use Conference

On December 3, 2015, Elena Q. Gerli will be a presenter at the County Counsels’ Association of California Land Use Fall 2015 Study Section Conference in Sacramento, CA.  Elena will discuss the complexities of navigating state and federal fair housing laws in the context of sober living home regulations.

Elena is currently Assistant City Attorney in the City of Carson.  She regularly advises her clients on zoning and land use, ordinance drafting, First Amendment, constitutional law, fair housing and group home regulation, and guiding local governments through complex quality of life issues such as homelessness and public nuisance abatement. For more information, please contact Elena Q. Gerli at (310) 527-6660.
 

 

Pam Lee to Present at NAPABA Conference

On November 6, 2015, Pam K. Lee will be a panelist at the Annual National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (NAPABA) Conference in New Orleans, Lousiana.  In a presentation entitled “Lessons from Detroit:  Advising Municipalities in Distress,” Pam will discuss ways to avoid municipal bankruptcy and draw from her experiences in advising public agency clients on cost-saving measures, revenue sources, and sound fiscal policies.  Joining her on the panel are other city attorneys and municipal bankruptcy specialists from around the country. 

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