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Ethics Article Appears in LACBA Update

By on Sep 17, 2021 in News |

Here’s the latest article by Parker Mills attorneys David Parker and Justin Denlinger. “Movin’ On–Ethical Considerations Relating to Attorney Mobility” appeared in the September 2021 issue of LACBA Update. Movin’ On–Ethical Considerations Relating to Attorney Mobility

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Shrine Inch Nails Performing at OC Fair

By on Aug 10, 2021 in News |

Parker Mills attorney Justin Denlinger and his horn band (Shrine Inch Nails) will be performing on the final day of the Orange County Fair on Sunday August 15, 2021. The band will help close the fair by playing a set starting at 12:30 pm at the main stage (The Hanger Stage). Shrine Inch Nails is the official jazz/funk/rock combo of the Shriners for Children Medical...

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Theodore W. Frank Now Senior Counsel at Parker Mills LLP

By on Feb 12, 2021 in News |

Parker Mills LLP is pleased to announce the elevation of Theodore W. Frank to senior counsel. Theodore has been with Parker Mills since 2007. His litigation practice focuses on complex business disputes and legal malpractice in addition to helping businesses avoid litigation. He handles cases from pre-litigation counseling through trial, post-trial appeals in both...

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Promote Ethical Compliance & Prevent Malpractice with Designated In-House Counsel

By on Aug 13, 2020 in News |

Recent Daily Journal article by Parker Mills LLP partner Shawn Shaffie. Daily Journal article penned by Parker Mills LLP partner Shawn Shaffie discusses various incentives for law firms that set up ethical compliance systems utilizing in-house counsel. Both attorneys and their clients benefit when such a system is implemented through amplified ethical compliance and...

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David Parker Quoted in Bloomberg Law “Settle and Sue” Article

By on Jul 28, 2020 in News |

July 27, 2020 Article excerpt: A petition expected this week will ask the California Supreme Court to settle a renewed debate in the legal malpractice sphere over the level of evidence required to bring a claim against an attorney following a settlement, known as “settle and sue.” In a case decided in June, Masellis v. Jensen, a state appeals court considered...

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