Archive - 2011

Archive - 2011

December 30th

Do You Have the Proper Tools to Protect Your Assets?

Are you thinking about getting married?

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December 14th

Consumer and Employee Class-Actions after AT&T Mobility v. Concepcion

Earlier this year, the United States Supreme Court decided in AT&T Mobility Inc. v. Concepcion that companies can enforce a contract provision that requires customers to arbitrate their disputes individually. Many feared this decision could effectively end consumer class action lawsuits. This article discusses the analyses the Court’s decision and its likely ramifications for class actions in various contexts.

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December 8th

Neil Dymott Attorneys Speak to Obstetrical Anesthesiologists at Scripps Memorial Hospital

On Thursday, December 8, 2011, shareholders Sheila Trexler and Stephen Sigler spoke at Scripps Memorial Hospital Encinitas to the Hospital's Obstetrical Anesthesiologists. The topic was open to interested physicians and affiliated healthcare personnel entitled "Avoiding Malpractice in Obstetrical Anesthesia." The presentation included an hour long review of case studies and closed claim data with ongoing question and answers held at

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November 1st

U.S. News Media Group and Best Lawyers Release 2011-12 Best Law Firms Rankings

Neil, Dymott, Frank, McFall & Trexler APLC Received Tier One ranking in both Medical Malpractice Law and Personal Injury Defense Law in San Diego.

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October 7th

Four Key Automatic Restraining Orders in Dissolution Proceedings

By Matthew R. Souther

Once the decision has been made to terminate a marital relationship, there are four (4) extremely important Automatic Temporary Restraining Orders (“ATROs”) by which both husband and wife must abide. These four ATROs become immediately effect upon the filing of the Petition for Dissolution of Marriage.

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October 6th

Navigating the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act

What You Need to Know and How to be Prepared 

The Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH), a part of American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA), advances health information technology by incentivizing the use of electronic health records (EHR).  More importantly, however, it increases the protection afforded to electronic protected health information (PHI) by strengthening and expanding HIPAA.

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September 1st