Bar Association Journal
Post Ofﬁce Box 1473 • Nevada City, CA 95959-1473 • www.nevadacountybar.com
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ii. Life Expectancy
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MCLE Luncheon i. Non-Economic Damages
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The Hitchhikerʼs Guide to Economic Damages i. Consumption
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Nevada County Bar Association Journal May 2010 • Page 2
State Bar to honor Michael Colantuono,
Public Lawyer of the Year,
at annual conference Comings and Goings
The California State Barʼs Public Law Section will honor UPDATE YOUR ADDRESS BOOK
the winner of the 2010 Ronald M. George Public Lawyer of the Richard Burton, firstname.lastname@example.org
Year Award at a reception during the State Barʼs Annual Meeting
Sept. 23-26 in Monterey, Calif. WELCOME TO NEW BAR MEMBERS
This yearʼs award winner is Michael G. Colantuono, a
• Shari Dean • Ricardo Enriquez
shareholder with the ﬁrm of Colantuono & Levin in Los Angeles
• Elliott Faust • Ann Victoria Hopcroft
and Penn Valley, Calif. Colantuono has specialized in municipal
• William Wetherall • Zella Jacobson
law since 1989, and he serves as counsel to numerous cities and
• Sharon Lapin (welcome back)
local government entities. In 2003-04 he served as President
of the City Attorneys Department of the League of California
Cities. While President he appointed the Departmentʼs ﬁrst ethics
“Each year this award goes to an extraordinary individual
committee, which developed a guidebook on professional ethics
for outstanding service to the public,” George said at the Sept.
for public lawyers, as well as aspirational ethical guidelines for
11, 2009 awards ceremony. “But of course with this tradition
we do more than celebrate a single career. We commemorate the
He currently serves as City Attorney for the cities of Auburn
power of law in the public interest, and the deeply held values
and Calabasas, and as Agency or General Counsel for the Auburn
of our profession and of our nation that make this work possible.
Urban Development Agency, the North Yuba Water District, the
In presenting this award, we encourage all lawyers who choose
Yuba County LAFCO and the Rough & Ready and Ophir Hill
public service over personal gain, and who join us in our cause,
Fire Districts. He previously served as City Attorney of Barstow
to make good on the promise of equal justice under law. And
(1997-2004), Cudahy (1994-1999), La Habra Heights (1994-
ﬁnally we remind ourselves of why we wanted to be lawyers in
2004), Monrovia (1999-2002), and Sierra Madre (2004-2006), as
the ﬁrst place, and of the common good that a committed public-
General Counsel to the Barstow (1997-2004) and Sierra Madre
interest lawyer can accomplish.”
(2004-2006) Redevelopment Agencies, and as General Counsel
Colantuono said: “I am deeply honored by this recognition,
of the Big Bear City Community Services District (1994-2001).
both because it is the most signiﬁcant award granted to a public
Colantuono has taken a leadership role in advocating for
lawyer in California and because it reﬂects a judgment of my
local governments in the area of municipal revenues, leading
professional peers, which is deeply gratifying. I am grateful to
the committee which drafted and negotiated the Proposition 218
the Public Law Section for this honor.”
Omnibus Implementation Act. He also served on the committee
The 2009 award was given to Patricia Tenoso Sturdevant,
which wrote the League of California Cities Proposition 218
the assistant chief, senior and staff counsel in the Enforcement
Implementation Guide in 1997, as well as having edited and
Division of the State Department of Managed Health Care
contributed to updates to the Guide. He has argued before the
in Sacramento, who is nationally recognized as a consumer
California Supreme Court on behalf of public entities frequently,
advocate with expertise in health care law, managed health care
including Richmond v. Shasta Community Services District
issues, and predatory mortgage lending.
(2004), as well as successfully arguing on behalf of the League
Other recent Public Lawyer of the Year Award honorees
of California Cities in an amicus role in Bonander v. Town of
include: Jeff Thom (ʼ08), Ann Miller Ravel (ʼ07), Clara Slifkin
Tiburon in 2009. He also recently appeared before the California
(ʼ06), Manuela Albuquerque (ʼ05), Roderick Walston (ʼ04),
Supreme Court in Greene v Marin County Flood Control and
Ariel Pierre Calonne (ʼ03), Herschel Elkins (ʼ02), and Jayne W.
Water Conservation District (argued April 7, 2010 and pending)
and his ﬁrm will appear before that Court in Ardon v. City of
The Public Law Section seeks sponsors for the 2010 Ronald
Los Angeles again later this year.
M. George Public Lawyer of the Year Award ceremony, which
The annual Public Lawyer of the Year Award recognizes an
will be held at the 2010 State Bar Annual Meeting in Monterey
exceptional lawyer who has dedicated a signiﬁcant portion of his
in September. Sponsors will be recognized in the Public Law
or her career to public service. Award recipients are lawyers who
Journal, all press releases announcing the winner of the 2010
represent the highest level of professional and ethical standards
award, and in signage at the awards ceremony. For more
and who are inspirational advocates for the public interest.
information about sponsorship opportunities, contact State Bar
The award was renamed in 2009 after California Supreme
section administrator Julie Martinez at (415) 538-2523 or Julie.
Court Chief Justice Ronald M. George, who traditionally speaks
at the award ceremony and introduces the yearʼs winner, to
The Public Law Section executive committee thanks the
recognize the Chief Justiceʼs exceptional contributions to the
2009 sponsors: Gold Sponsors: Liebert Cassidy Whitmore;
public and to further deﬁne and exemplify the caliber of the
contributions provided to the public by the award recipients.
continued on page 4
Nevada County Bar Association Journal May 2010 • Page 3
Do you still need to renew?
Like the Census, we will contact you OR you can go to the ADR Section:
NCBA web page, check you listing for accuracy & ﬁll out your
membership, print & mail it in with your dues to : We are taking a break from meetings for now.
Please contact Rosemary at (530) 265-3062 or
NCBA email@example.com with any questions or
PO BOX 1473 suggestions for future programs.
Nevada City, CA 95959
According to the Bylaws:
Section 4. Failure to Pay Dues.
Any member who fails to pay his dues at or before the We wanted to alert you that four new ADR-related proposal
annual meeting shall be given written notice that such memberʼs are now out for public comment. You can access these proposals
dues are delinquent. If dues are not then paid by March 31st, at: www.courtinfo.ca.gov/invitationstocomment/
such personʼs membership shall automatically terminate. Three of these are rule or form proposals that can be accessed
The annual meeting was held on 3/30/2010. We would need through the “Alternative Dispute Resolution” link on this page.
to send notice to each non-renewing member before removing One is a proposal for a statutory amendment that can be accessed
their name from the website, the members mailing list, and the through the “Legislative Proposals” link. Comments on these
Email list. We have, at most, 20 such notices to serve. proposals are due by Friday, June 18.
Heather Anderson, Senior Attorney
Do you have an article Ofﬁce of the General Counsel
or news of interest? Judicial Council of California
Administrative Ofﬁce of the Courts
Submit to Helen Cavanaugh 455 Golden Gate Avenue
Helen.firstname.lastname@example.org San Francisco, CA 94102-3688
415-865-7691 • Fax 415-865-7664
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Lawyer Referral Service
The Lawyer Referral Service is seeking additional panel
members, especially in the Family Law area. The LRS is
a powerful tool to gain screened referrals in need of legal
assistance. Furthermore, it provides attorneys inexpensive
marketing, and it is a wonderful opportunity to provide pro
bono services for a certiﬁed state bar program. The LRS
Brand new class A professional offices panel membership also serves as an excellent organization
Craftsman sytle architecture to refer out matters to area attorneys who may be able to
Stunning setting in Nevada City Tech Center assist with a specialty service to your clients. Membership
Shared conference room is a mere $100 per year, for which panel attorneys may
Rents starting at $695
join 3 panels and the family law panel. All attorneys
Utilities and operating expenses included
must meet the experience requirement to serve on any
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Nevada County Bar Association Journal May 2010 • Page 4
State Bar Honor, continued from page 2 LOCAL LAW FIRM ROLLS OUT
Meyers Nave Riback Silver & Wilson; and Olson Hagel & UNBUNDLED WEBSITE
Fishburn LLP. Silver Sponsors: Adorno, Yoss, Alvarado & Smith, AND WEB STORE
APC; Aleshire & Wynder, LLP; Best Best & Krieger LLP; Carmel
& Naccasha LLP; Kaufman Legal Group; Kramer Telecom Law Nevada City, Calif. — Individuals in need of legal help now
Firm PC; Littler Mendelson; and Richards, Watson & Gershon. have a new way to hire a lawyer. Nevada City lawyer Matthew
Bronze Sponsors: California Political Law, Inc.; Carpenter & Crider of Crider Law announces his unbundled website and his
Rothans; Law Ofﬁces of William R. Seligmann; Marks, Golia on-line web store.
& Finch, LLP; and McDougal, Love, Eckis, Boehmer Foley & Unbundled legal service (sometimes called “limited scope
Lough. Sponsor: Carpenter Rothans & Dumont. representation”) is a way that a lawyer can help a client with
The California State Barʼs Public Law Section ensures that part of a case while the client handles the rest. For example, with
the laws relating to the function and operation of public agencies unbundled legal services, a client can consult with a lawyer to
are clear, effective and serve the public interest; advances prepare or review court paperwork, but the client attends court
public service through public law practice; and enhances the hearings alone. A client can also represent himself or herself
effectiveness of public law practitioners. through the whole case, and periodically consult with a lawyer
The section focuses on administrative law, municipal who can coach the client on the law, procedures and strategy. Or,
law, open meeting laws, political law, education law, state and a client can do the preparation on their own and hire a lawyer just
federal legislation, public employment, government contracts, to make the court appearance.
tort liability and regulations, land use/environment issues, and “Many of my clients prefer full service legal representation
public lawyer ethics. The section provides educational programs, and the peace of mind it provides. My practice has long focused
seminars and resource materials and publishes the quarterly on a high quality, counseling approach to representing my
Public Law Journal. clients. I have spent a lot of time and money developing my
internal processes to consistently provide high quality legal
PUBLIC LAW SECTION representation to clients,” said attorney Matthew Crider.
THE STATE BAR OF CALIFORNIA Crider continued: “However, over the years, and particularly
in todayʼs economy, Iʼve noticed that full service attorneyʼs
fees can be a challenge for many people. With unbundled legal
Dispute? Resolution! services, I provide a focused, affordable help at critical points
during a legal matter for clients who would otherwise go without
Judge Albert P. legal representation. This way, clients still get high quality legal
representation when they need it, and they are able to hire me for
Dover (ret.) only a part of their cases, which keeps attorneys fees low.”
Please call: (530) 265-2235 With unbundled legal assistance, the client may be able to
or email at email@example.com handle the whole case, except for a few technical areas for which
a lawyerʼs help is needed. It is between the client and the lawyer
Visit the website for information on how much of the case the client hires the lawyer to do.
rates, fees, and services: Clients are able to buy many legal services for a ﬂat fee at Crider
Lawʼs web store. According to Crider, “people want to know
w w w. a d r w i t h d o v e r. c o m exactly what their legal fees will be.”
Crider states “of course I still offer the full service legal
representation for those clients who prefer it. But I am ﬁnding
that with our unbundled legal services and our web store, I am
continued on page 5
The Board of Directors for Hospitality House is
looking fore someone intested in volunteering with and/
or joining the Board. We are hoping to ﬁnd an attorney
with Estate/Tax/ Real Estate experience to answer Need a treatise we
questions quickly as they pop up. donʼt have locally?
Kristen A. Erickson, Child Support Attorney
Sierra Nevada Regional DCSS It can be ordered through
840 E. Main Street, Suite A, Grass Valley, CA 95945
Phone: 530-271-5433 • Fax: 530-271-5436
Sacramento with a few days wait.
Nevada County Bar Association Journal May 2010 • Page 5
NCBA Contact Information LOCAL RULES OF COURT
The following counties have sent notice of a change
Peter C. Bronson - President of their local rules of court. All Rules will be effective
(530) 432-0851, firstname.lastname@example.org July 1, 2010
Jennifer Walters - Vice President
(530) 265-2274, email@example.com Yolo Superior Court
Tom Norton - Secretary www.yolo.courts.ca.gov
(530) 265-0404 Superior Court of Placer County
Valerie Logsdon - Treasurer www.placer.courts.ca.gov
David Finch - Past President Amador County Superior Court
(530) 477-6400, drﬁnch@mediationserv.com www.amadourcourt.org
MEMBERS AT LARGE
The Commission on Judicial Performance has just
Neil Dorfman completed the Annual Report. Copies are available on
(530) 274-0643, firstname.lastname@example.org line at http://www.cjp.ca.gov or printed copies are avail-
Helen Cavanaugh able upon request from:
(530) 470-2596, email@example.com
Commission on Judicial Performance
SELECTION & COMMITTEE CHAIRS 455 Golden Gate Avenue, Suite 14400
San Francisco, CA 94102-3660
Rosemary Metrailer - ADR Section Chair
(530) 265-3062, firstname.lastname@example.org
Steve Munkelt - Criminal Law Section Chair
Nominations for exceptional leadership and service
(530) 265-8508, email@example.com
provided by a Solo and Small Firm. The Myer J. Sankary
Susan Corcoran - Family Law Section Chair
Attorney of the Year Award will be presented at the Cali-
(530) 264-7014, firstname.lastname@example.org
fornia Bar Associationʼs Annual Meeting this September
Andy Harris - Fee Arbitration Program Admin.
in Monterey. Nominations are available at the state bar
(530) 272-4250, email@example.com
website – Attorney Resources – Sections – Solo & Small
Kipp Wordell - MCLE Chair
Firm – Myer J. Sankary Lawyer of the Year Award.
(530) 470-0900, firstname.lastname@example.org
NOMINATIONS ARE DUE MAY 28, 2010
Judicial Ofﬁcers Nevada City Branch
Department I: Judge Heidelberger Local Law Suit, continued from page 4
Department II: Judge Dowling
Department III: Judge McManus able to serve clients who traditionally have been underserved
Department IV: Judge Tamietti by the legal community, or who have gone without legal
Department V: Commissioner Thomsen representation all together. The client is getting valuable
Department VI: Presiding Judge Anderson assistance at a price many ﬁnd affordable.”
Crider Lawʼs website is www.criderlaw.net or
Truckee Branch www.unbundledlegal.com. Matthew Crider can be contacted at
530-272-3037 or email@example.com.
Dept. A Judge Anders Holmer
Dept. B Commissioner Thomsen Roseville Ofﬁce
3017 Douglas Blvd • Ste 300
Roseville, California 95661
You can check out MCLE Nevada City Ofﬁce
tapes at the law library. 103 Providence Mine Rd • Ste 203
Nevada City, California 95959
Clientʼs Request for Arbitration of a Fee Dispute
Fee Arbitration through the Nevada County Bar Association is governed by the rules of procedure that were
sent to you with this form. If you do not have a copy, contact this ofﬁce IMMEDIATELY. You should read
the rules carefully and contact this ofﬁce if you have questions.
Mail this form and ﬁling fee to:
FEE ARBITRATION COMMITTEE
Nevada County Bar Association
P. O. Box 1473
Nevada City, CA 95959
Please print or type.
1. (a) CLIENT: (b) NAME OF INDIVIDUAL ATTORNEY
(With whom there is a dispute):
Box or Street Address Box or Street Address
City State Zip Code City State Zip Code
(__) ____________________________ (__) _______________________________
Area Code Daytime Telephone Area Code Daytime Telephone
2. If you are, or will be, represented by an attorney in the arbitration, provide the name, address and
Name Box or Street Address
________________________________ (__) ________________________________
City State Zip Code Area Code Daytime Telephone
3. The hearing in this matter will take place in Nevada County.
4. (a) When did you hire or ﬁst talk with the attorney? _____/____/____
Month Day Year
(b) When did the attorney stop representing you? _____/____/____
Month Day Year
5. What type of case was the attorney handling for you? _____________
(divorce, criminal, etc.)
6. Do you have a written fee agreement? (If yes, ATTACH A COPY.) ( ) Yes ( ) No
7. (a) Did the attorney give you a written notice of your right to arbitration? ( ) Yes ( ) No
(b) If yes, what date did you receive the written notice? _____/____/____
Month Day Year
8. (a) Has the attorney ﬁled a lawsuit against you to collect the fees or costs? ( ) Yes ( ) No
(b) If yes, ATTACH A COPY OF THE COMPLAINT.) ( ) Yes ( ) No
9. Have you ﬁled a lawsuit against the attorney? (ATTACH COMPLAINT) ( ) Yes ( ) No
10. Were the fees ordered by the court or set by law? ( ) Yes ( ) No
11. Amount you already paid the attorney $ ________________
12. Additional amount, if any, the attorney says you still owe $ ________________
13. Add lines 11 and 12 $ ________________
14. Total amount you think the attorney should be paid $ ________________
15. Subtract line 14 from line 13. This is the disputed amount. $ ________________
16. Please describe why you think the attorneyʼs fee is too high. Attach additional sheets if
17. If the fee dispute is for less than $10,000, it is heard by one (1) arbitrator. If it is for $10,000 or
more, it is heard by three (3) arbitrators. If both you and the attorney agree, you can have the dispute
heard by one (1) arbitrator even if the dispute is for more than $10,000.
( ) My dispute is for $10,000 or less.
( ) My dispute is for more than $10,000 and I agree to one arbitrator.
( ) My dispute is for more than $10,000 and I do not agree to one arbitrator.
18. Unless both you and the attorney agree in writing to BINDING ARBITRATION, this
arbitration is NON-BINDING. This means that if you or the attorney are not happy with the award,
either of you has the right to ask for a new trial in a civil court with in 30 days from the date the award
is mailed to you. If neither of you asks for a new trial in 30 days, the award automatically becomes
ﬁnal and binding.
If you and the attorney BOTH agree in writing to make the arbitration BINDING, a new trial may not
be requested and the award will immediately become ﬁnal and binding on both of you.
Do you agree to binding arbitration? ( ) Yes ( ) No
19. If the attorney represented you in a civil matter you are entitled to choose and arbitrator who
practices civil law; if your attorney represented you in a criminal matter, you are entitled to choose an
arbitrator who practices criminal law. Please indicate your choice below.
( ) I do not have a preference.
( ) I want an attorney who practices civil law as an arbitrator
( ) I want an attorney who practices criminal law as an arbitrator.
I declare under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California that my statements
on this request and any attachments are true and correct.
FOR NCBA USE ONLY:
______________ / ____________________/ _______________ / _______________________
Date Amount Check No. Paid by
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Client's Name Attorney’s Name
Client's Address Attorney’s Address
You have an outstanding balance for fees and/or costs for professional services in the amount of $_______________________
charged to you in the matter of ______________________________________________________________________________
� I have filed a lawsuit against you in the: _____________________________________________________
Court Case No.
� I have filed an arbitration proceeding against you with the: _____________________________________________________
Agency Case No.
� No lawsuit or arbitration proceeding has yet been filed but may be filed if we do not resolve this claim.
You have the right under Sections 6200-6206 of the California Business and Professions Code to request arbitration of these fees or
costs by an independent, impartial arbitrator or panel of arbitrators through a bar association program created solely to resolve fee
disputes between lawyers and clients.
You will LOSE YOUR RIGHT TO ARBITRATION UNDER THIS PROGRAM if:
1. YOU DO NOT FILE A WRITTEN APPLICATION FOR ARBITRATION WITH THE BAR ASSOCIATION WITHIN 30 DAYS FROM
RECEIPT OF THIS NOTICE USING A FORM PROVIDED BY THE LOCAL BAR ASSOCIATION OR STATE BAR OF CALIFORNIA
FEE ARBITRATION PROGRAM; OR
2. YOU RECEIVE THIS NOTICE AND THEN EITHER (1) ANSWER A COMPLAINT I HAVE FILED IN COURT; OR (2) FILE A
RESPONSE TO ANY ARBITRATION PROCEEDING THAT I HAVE INITIATED FOR COLLECTION OF FEES, AND/OR COSTS,
WITHOUT FIRST HAVING SERVED AND FILED A REQUEST FOR ARBITRATION UNDER THIS PROGRAM; OR
3. YOU FILE AN ACTION OR PLEADING IN ANY LAWSUIT WHICH SEEKS A COURT DECISION ON THIS DISPUTE OR WHICH
SEEKS DAMAGES FOR ANY ALLEGED MALPRACTICE OR PROFESSIONAL MISCONDUCT.
I have the right to file a lawsuit against you if you give up your right to mandatory fee arbitration. If I have already filed a lawsuit or
arbitration, you may have the lawsuit or arbitration postponed after you have filed an application for arbitration under this program.
I have determined that:
� There is a local program which may have jurisdiction to hear this matter. The address of the arbitration program you should
contact is: Nevada County Bar Association________________________________________________
Name of Program
P.O Box 1473______________________________________________________________
City State Zip Code
Andrew A. Harris, Chairman (530) 272-4250______________________________________
� There is no approved local program which has jurisdiction to hear this matter.
The State Bar of California will conduct fee arbitration (1) where there is no approved local program, (2) where there is a local program but it declines for
any reason to hear your case, (3) where there is a local program and you wish non-binding arbitration of this dispute and the local program refuses to
allow non-binding arbitration of your dispute, or (4) if you believe you cannot receive a fair hearing before the local bar named above. If you need
assistance, please contact Mandatory Fee Arbitration, State Bar of California, 180 Howard Street, San Francisco, CA 94105-1639, (415) 538-2020.
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