FOOTHILLS BAR

ASSOCIATION

     Newsletter of the Legal Community of San Diego's East County December, 2002/January, 2003



CALENDAR OF EVENTS

December, 2002


17th Annual

Judge's Reception

Wednesday

December 4, 2002

5:15 to 7:15 p.m.

El Cajon Community Center


Family Law Section Meeting

Tuesday

December 10, 2002

12:00 to 1:15 p.m.

Department 6

El Cajon Superior Court


Civil Litigation

Section Meeting

Friday, December 13, 2002

12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Department 6

El Cajon Superior Court


Estate Planning, Trust &

Probate Section Meeting

Thursday

December 12, 2002

12:15 p.m. to 1:15 p.m.

Nancy Ewin's office

La Mesa

January, 2003


Family Law Section Meeting

Tuesday, January 14, 2003

12:00 to 1:15 p.m.

Department 6

El Cajon Superior Court




Estate Planning, Trust &

Probate Section Meeting

Thursday, January 9, 2003

12:15 p.m. to 1:15 p.m.

Nancy Ewin's office

La Mesa



Civil Litigation

Section Meeting

Tuesday, January 21, 2003

12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Department 6

El Cajon Superior Court



FBA Annual Dinner

Friday, January 24, 2003

6:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

Singing Hills Country Club



FROM THE


PRESIDENT

By Jack McCabe


This truly is the season to be thankful, and like so many of you, I have taken some time to stop and count my blessings, and to be genuinely thankful for the genuine good fortune that has come to me in the past year.


I am especially grateful for the privilege of serving as President of the Foothills Bar Association, and for the opportunity of working with such a talented and dedicated Board of Directors.


Special thanks to Wells Lyman, the indefatiguable past-

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CONTENTS


From the President. . . . . . .1

From the Court. . . . . . . . . .2

East County Lawyering. . 2-6

Civil Litigation Section. . . . .7

Estate Planning Section. . .9

Family Law Section. . . . . . 8

Sections & Committees. . 10

Ads and Notices . . . . . . . 10

Pro Tem Schedules. . . . . 11





EAST COUNTY LAWYERING

FROM THE COURT

by Robert A. Durant

Assistant Executive Officer

Administrative Division


HOLIDAY SCHEDULE


The East County Division of the San Diego Superior Court, including the Ramona branch, will be closed on the following holidays: Wednesday, December 25, 2002 for Christmas Day, Monday, January 1, 2003 for New Year's Day and Monday, January 20, 2003 for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.


REMINDER FROM

THE COURT


Please be reminded that the court requests that no gifts be given any court personnel as it violates the Court Code of Ethics. Your cheerful attitude at the counter and cooperation in the courtroom is greatly appreciated and all the thanks that they need.












FROM THE SMALL


CLAIMS ADVISOR

by Donna Morel


ENACTMENT OF NEW LAWS IMPACTING SMALL CLAIMS


Effective January 1, 2003, Section 116.330(b) of the Code of Civil Procedure will require new time restrictions for service of process on a small claims complaint. The revised code section will require service of process on an in-county defendant at least 15 days before the small claims hearing date. A defendant who resides outside of the county must be served at least 20 days prior to the small claims hearing date.


Currently, the law requires the small claims complaint to be served at least 10 days prior to the hearing for a defendant residing in the county and 15 days for a defendant residing outside of the county.


Additionally, effective January 1, 2003, Section 116.570 will require that a small claims litigants seeking to postpone his hearing date file a written request at least 10 days before the hearing date. Presently, the law does not mandate a specific time period for a party to file a postponement request.


The amended code section permits the court to accept a postponement request failing to comply with the 10-day requirement only if the court determines that the party has good cause to file the request at a later date.


19TH ANNUAL

JUDGE'S RECEPTION


The 19th Annual East County Lawyer's Club Judge's Reception will be held on Wednesday, December 4, 2002 from 5:15 p.m. to 7:15 p.m. at the El Cajon Community Center located at 195 East Douglas Avenue in El Cajon. This popular event, which features holiday music, hor d'oeuvres and champagne, provides a unique opportunity to meet with judges and colleagues in a pleasant, informal setting. All members of the bench and bar are invited to attend.



EAST COUNTY LAWYERING

FOOTHILLS BAR

ASSOCIATION

ANNUAL DINNER

by Wells Lyman


FOOTHILLS BAR HIGH SCHOOL HAS ANOTHER LOSING SEASON BUT AWAITS “WINTER PROM”


Once again Foothills Bar Highschool has progressed through another mediocre football season. The only bright spot has been our star quarterback, Dan Bacal, who once again set school records. He may be Foothills best athlete but his obsession with the cheerleaders has adversely effected his grades and he has little chance of receiving a college scholarship. Upon graduation Dan says he will be working as cashier at the local Arco station. It will be great to stop by, gas up, and reminisce with Dan about his great sports career at Foothills.


Dan isn’t the only disappointment. Principle Herbert Exarhos has gone on record to this reporter and says this Foothills class is the most disappointing of his career. He claims the class possesses no meaningful goals, morals or motivation. This reporter has attempted to interview students and teachers to gain some sense of whether Principle Exarhos’ dire statements are true. Drum Major and Chess Club President Garrison Klueck has stated that his sole goal is to not graduate from Foothills a virgin. Student body Vice President Ginny Johnson did not know what the word “virgin” meant. Her goal, of course, is to be the Winter Prom Queen. Fellow cheerleader, Kathy Marienau claims that Ginny has been held back for several years and therefore is too old to run for Prom Queen. Ginny counters by stating that her experience should count for something.


This reporter interviewed Home Room 6 teacher, Christine Goldsmith. Mrs. Goldsmith concurs that this class is an utter disappointment. She did, however, say that one student, Jack McCabe seemed to be a highly motivated and well mannered boy. She predicts that he will have great success and she believes that he is the type of young man who will never get into any trouble.


This reporter spoke with the only Sophomore cheerleader, Leah Boucek. Apparently this fine student will have to drop out school for “health” reasons. This reporter noted that she has gotten quite chubby this fall and the usually flirtatious student has become withdrawn.


Student body President Gary Glauser says he wants to be Foothills Prom King for 2003. He thinks it will cap off his stellar highschool career and additionally he plans to go on a two year mission after graduation and the crown will make a good reflector for his bicycle.


Newly transferred teacher, Alan Clements, and new teacher, Laura Halgren, have both attempted to put in their transfers to Principle Exarhos. This reporter was privy to a heated exchange between Mr. Clements and Principle Exarhos. The meeting was recorded as follows:

Clements: ”I want out.”

Exarhos: “Well, Mr. Clements, to paraphrase Hotel California, you can check in but you can never leave.”

Clements: “What are you talking about?”

Exarhos: “Haven’t you ever heard of the Eagles?”

Clements: “No, my musical interest stopped with Bob Dylan.”

Exarhos: “Well then Mr. Clements, let me put it this way.” “Do you know what a drag it is to be you?”

Clements: “Oh, then I guess I can’t transfer.”


Mr. Clements lowered his head and started to leave. Principle

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EAST COUNTY LAWYERING

FROM THE

PRESIDENT

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President who has been consistently been the first to both volunteer and implement activities ranging from Padres Night, to seminars, to our Annual Dinner. Thanks also to departing Board member Sheryl Graf, chair of the Publications Committee, co-chair of the Criminal Law Section and a co-producer of the Annual Dinner....jobs all well done. Special thanks as well to Leah Boucek, who ably filled in for Dana Wynn and, with very little lead time, worked with Wells and produced a successful seminar in November dealing with Ethics, Bias and Substance Abuse. Leah is taking a year's leave from the Board to spend more time as homemaker. Lucky Boucek kids!


I am pleased to recognize our President elect, Bud Klueck, and the new slate of directors elected at the annual meeting of the Association November 26, 2002. Welcome to new members Andrea Schneider, Judy Marolt and Nancy Ewin. And, welcome back to Jerry Carmody, Dan Cohen Joe Fox, Jocelyn Medrano, Judi Klein, Sam Parise, and Ed Torrence.


The old and new Board join me in extending to all the members a special invitation to attend our annual dinner in January. We are all looking forward to the inaugural naming of the George Alspaugh Award, named in honor of our late colleague and to be conferred on the Association member who best exemplifies the civility and collegiality that marked George's practice for decades.


It was a very good year for Brown Bag Seminars, Section educational programs, dedicated volunteerism, and expanding support of all divisions of the East County Courts. We have suffered the tragic losses of several members, but with their passing, we have also gained new and valuable members and we continue to grow each month. I am confident Bud Klueck's term will be immensely successful. He is a good leader and an extremely hard worker. I wish him and the new Board for 2003 continued success.


Last in recognition, but certainly high in the rank of deserving, kudos to Catherine Tancredi and her continued superb efforts in compiling, editing and publishing our Newsletter. And also to one of our most dependable supporters, Rita Drouin . . . thank you for all your unsung efforts in helping the Association function smoothly and efficiently month in and month out. We appreciate both ladies.



To each of you, best wishes for happy and safe holidays and for prosperity in the year ahead.

SEMINAR MATERIALS

AVAILABLE


Limited copies of the handout from the seminar held November 2, 2003 are available for $15.00. If interested, contact Rita at 588-1936.


UPDATE YOUR

INFORMATION FOR

THE 2003 DIRECTORY


To ensure that we have your correct address and telephone number for the 2003 FBA Attorney Directory, please call Rita at 588-1936 with any updates.


EDWARD MARSH

ANNOUNCES

RETIREMENT


After 46 years in the practice of law in El Cajon, Edward Marsh will be retiring as an attorney at law. His office will close on or about January 31, 2003. He is transferring his law practice to Larry D. McGill whose office is at 9131 Fletcher Parkway, Ste. 118, La Mesa, CA 91942 and whose telephone number is 619-589-9819.



EAST COUNTY LAWYERING

FOOTHILLS BAR

ASSOCIATION

ANNUAL DINNER

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Exarhos stopped him, put his hand on his shoulder and said, “you know the pump don’t work cause the vandal stole the handle.” “I know,” responded Mr. Clements as he slowly closed the door. (Note: There is no purpose to this above exchange except this reporter just likes to quote Bob Dylan.)


Teacher/Football Coach, Larry Brainard, seemed to be the only adult with an optimistic view of this class. Coach Brainard says that the football team has worked hard this year and even though the team tied the first five games and then got their annual butt thumping from the perennial powerhouse, Earl B. Gilliam Bar High School, Coach Brainard predicts victory in the last game of the season. The last game is of course with North County Bar High School. This reporter had a telephone interview with North County’s team captain, Skippy Throckmorton. He was quoted as saying, “This game will be a most excellent contest,” and further that he expects the competition to be spirited. Foothills team captain Jerry Carmody responded saying, “we’ll kick your ******* butts you preppie, cardigan wearing wimps. Captain Carmody, unfortunately, is suspended from that game because he was caught with defensive end Russ Robinson and Debate Team Captain Judy Klein, drinking under the bleachers. Judy Klein was not suspended from the debate team since she claimed harassment and that she was forced to drink the beer. School officials decided to back off any disciplinary actions against student Klein.


Ron Oberndorfer, Democratic Club President and school Valedictorian, has complained that too much attention is given to the “stupid” athletes. Ron, of course, is best known for being the only Senior still playing on the Junior Varsity tennis team.


No matter how dysfunctional this year’s Foothills class is, everyone agrees that they are looking forward to the big Winter Prom. The girls are, as always, looking for love and the boys will be looking for, well, you know, but everyone can’t wait for the big event. The band will be playing all the latest hits from Elvis, The Drifters, Chuck Berry and all of the big rock and roll stars.


The FBA Annual Dinner and Installation of the 2003 Officers and Board of Directors will be held on Friday, January 24, 2003 at the Singing Hills Country Club. You will be receiving a flyer and invitation. Please fill it out early, and it would also be helpful if you mail it with your check to my office as indicated


QUOTABLE QUOTES

by Rex Randall Erickson


"The Hatter opened his eyes very wide on hearing this; but all he said was, 'Why is a raven like a writing desk?' "'Come, we shall have some fun now!' thought Alice. 'I'm glad they've begun asking riddles -- I believe I can guess that,' she added aloud. "'Do you mean that you think you can find out the answer to it?' said the March Hare. "'Exactly so,' said Alice. "'Then you should say what you mean,' the March Hare went on."'I do,' Alice hastily replied; 'at least -- at least I mean what I say -- that's the same thing, you know.' ". . . . "'Have you guessed the riddle yet?' the Hatter said, turning to Alice again. "'No, I give it up,' Alice replied. 'What's the answer?'"'I haven't the slightest idea,' said the Hatter. "'Nor I,' said the March Hare."Alice sighed wearily. 'I think you might do something better with the time,' she said, 'than wasting it in asking riddles that have no answers.'" (Carroll, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.) (People v. Jamison (1984) 150 Cal.App.3d 1167, 1178 fn. 1)(dissent)).


EAST COUNTY LAWYERING

END OF YEAR

CHECKLIST

By Catherine Tancredi


The end of 2002 is fast approaching and schedules are filling up with extras like office parties and receptions. The purpose of this article is to discuss some items that should be routinely done at the end of each year as part of successful law office management.


1. Clients: review your open client list and close out dead files. Send a closing letter to each client and file a Notice of Withdrawal of Attorney if necessary. Review your current filing system and make sure that files are organized in a manner that makes items easy to locate and retrieve. Now is a good time clean out the files by recycling duplicate pleadings. Take old closed files out of the office file cabinets and store then in less expensive storage boxes and facilities. Once this is done, there will be plenty of room for files for the new clients the new year will bring.


2. Forms: review and modify as needed or create new form files. Review and modify as needed or create resource files of professionals, experts and legal information.


3. Billing: catch up on the billing and decide on whether to raise fees. Review Retainer Agreements as necessary. Review billing files and close out all those who have paid in full. Move these old closed files out of office file cabinets as well. Review all accounts receivable to determine which to send to collection or arbitration.


4. Bookkeeping: close out the year and review all bookkeeping information such as accounts receivable and accounts payable. Ensure that the Client Trust Account is audited and reconciled.


5. Tax Deductions: take advantage of last minute tax deductions by buying new office equipment (see computers, below), furniture, supplies or letterhead. Ensure that all law associations have been renewed. Donate old items to charity for a write-off.


6. Computer: analyze all programs and ensure that they are up to date. Analyze all hardware and ensure that it is up to speed to handle the programs and that the current systems configuration will deliver the most capacity affordable. Network if possible. Become connected to the internet at the office.


7. Staffing: create or revise personnel manuals. Create a 2003 Holiday office schedule. Consider giving a nice bonus to those who help us throughout the year.


8. Volunteer Work: review all involvement with volunteer work either as volunteer counsel or as a member of a Board of Directors.


9. Books and Magazines: clean out bookcases and recycle or store old books and magazines.


9. Vacations: the holidays are the perfect excuse to take a much needed rest. Schedule adequate time to not only close out the year but to rest and relax before the new millennium. Make sure a back up person is available and clients are notified in writing of the vacation schedule (with the December, 2002 billing statement perhaps). Vow to spend more time next year having fun. Schedule one or two long vacations next year. Also either take frequent short vacations throughout the year or small four day weekends every other month.


A well organized and efficient office can essentially run itself. This decreases our overall stress, raises our 'qualify of life' and allows us more time to not only take care of clients, but to spend time with those that count the most, i.e., our families and loved ones. It is easier than it looks. Happy holidays!


CIVIL LITIGATION SECTION


The December meeting of the Civil Litigation Section will be held on Friday, December 13, 2002 from 12:00 to 1:30 p.m. in Department 6 of the El Cajon Superior Court (second floor). Food is allowed and you are invited to bring your brown bag lunch.


The speaker will be Paul L. Van Loon, Esq., District Vice President of the American Arbitration Association. This is a discussion regarding elimination of bias in ADR and ethics in ADR. These are the third and fourth courses in a series of Alternative Dispute Resolution lectures encompassing Arbitration Advocacy, Mediation Advocacy, Elimination of Bias in ADR, Ethics in ADR, Drafting Effective ADR Clauses, and Drafting Employment Agreements. Please see enclosed flyer for additional information.


This activity has been approved for MCLE credit by the State Bar of California in the amount of 1.0 hour Ethics or General Participatory and 1.0 hour in Elimination of Ethics or General Participatory. The FBA certifies this activity conforms to the standards for approved education activities prescribed by the rules and regulations of the State Bar of California governing mandatory minimum continuing legal education.


The January meeting of the Civil Litigation Section will be held on Tuesday, January 21, 2003 from 12:00 to 1:30 p.m. in Department 6 of the El Cajon Superior Court (second floor). Food is allowed and you are invited to bring your brown bag lunch.


The speaker will be Paul L. Van Loon, Esq., District Vice President of the American Arbitration Association. This is a discussion regarding drafting effecting ADR clauses and drafting employment agreements with emphasis on addressing new trends. These are the fifth and sixth courses in a series of Alternative Dispute Resolution lectures encompassing Arbitration Advocacy, Mediation Advocacy, Elimination of Bias in ADR, Ethics in ADR, Drafting Effective ADR Clauses, and Drafting Employment Agreements. Please see enclosed flyer for additional information.


This activity has been approved for MCLE credit by the State Bar of California in the amount of 1.0 hour General Participatory for each course (2.0 hours total). The FBA certifies this activity conforms to the standards for approved education activities prescribed by the rules and regulations of the State Bar of California governing mandatory minimum continuing legal education.


These Section meetings are free for all FBA members, and $10.00 for non-members. Applications for FBA membership will be available at the door.


If you have any suggestions for speakers or upcoming meetings, please contact Sam or Joseph.







FAMILY LAW SECTION


The December, 2002 meeting of the Family Law Section will be held on Tuesday, December 10, 2002 from 12:00 p.m. to 1:15 p.m. in Department 6 of the El Cajon Superior Court (second floor). Food is allowed and you are invited to bring your brown bag lunch.


The topic will be "Taking the mystery out of Family Court Service, part deux." The speakers will be Beverly Pruitt, Corinne Butts, Genevieve Clapp, Ruth Hatcher, Judy Kelling, Jim Stanley and Ken Wilcox. The court staff will also provide holiday treats to the bar members.


This activity has been approved for MCLE credit by the State Bar of California in the amount of 1.0 hour General Participatory. The FBA certifies this activity conforms to the standards for approved education activities prescribed by the rules and regulations of the State Bar of California governing mandatory minimum continuing legal education.


The January, 2003 meeting will be held on Tuesday, January 14, 2003 from 12:00 p.m. to 1:15 p.m. in Department 6 of the El Cajon Superior Court (second floor). Food is allowed and you are invited to bring your brown bag lunch.


The speaker will be Nancy Stassinopolous who will discuss the new changes in the San Diego County Family Law Local Rules regarding the use and retention of minor's counsel.


This activity has been approved for MCLE credit by the State Bar of California in the amount of 1.0 hour General Participatory. The FBA certifies this activity conforms to the standards for approved education activities prescribed by the rules and regulations of the State Bar of California governing mandatory minimum continuing legal education.


These Section meetings are free for all FBA members, and $10.00 for non-members. Applications for FBA membership will be available at the door.


If you have any suggestions for speakers or upcoming meetings, please contact Ed or Judi.



ESTATE PLANNING, TRUST &

PROBATE SECTION


At the time the Newsletter went to press, dates, times, topics and speakers were unknown to the editor. The following is the anticipated schedule for December, 2002 and January, 2003. Please contact Nancy, Scott or Jocelyn for correct/updated information before attending!


The December, 2002 meeting of the Estate Planning, Trust and Probate Section will be held on Thursday, December 12, 2002 from 12:15 to 1:15 p.m. at the Law Office of Nancy Ewin, 8166 La Mesa Boulevard, La Mesa, CA 91941. The office is in the La Mesa Plaza retail/office complex on the corner of Spring Street and La Mesa Boulevard. Bring your lunch (or pick it up prior to the meeting at any one of several sandwich shops in the center), enjoy the meeting and earn one hour of MCLE.


The topic and speaker will be TBA.


This activity has been approved for MCLE credit by the State Bar of California in the amount of 1.0 hour Ethics or General Participatory. The FBA certifies this activity conforms to the standards for approved education activities prescribed by the rules and regulations of the State Bar of California governing mandatory minimum continuing legal education.


The January, 2003 meeting of the Estate Planning, Trust and Probate Section will be held on Thursday, January 9, 2003 from 12:15 p.m. to 1:15 p.m. at the Law Office of Nancy Ewin, 8166 La Mesa Boulevard, La Mesa, CA 91941. The office is in the La Mesa Plaza retail/office complex on the corner of Spring Street and La Mesa Boulevard. Bring your lunch (or pick it up prior to the meeting at any one of several sandwich shops in the center), enjoy the meeting and earn one hour of MCLE.


The topic and speaker will be TBA.


This activity has been approved for MCLE credit by the State Bar of California in the amount of 1.0 hour Ethics or General Participatory. The FBA certifies this activity conforms to the standards for approved education activities prescribed by the rules and regulations of the State Bar of California governing mandatory minimum continuing legal education.


These Section meetings are free for all FBA members, and $10.00 for non-members. Applications for FBA membership will be available at the door.


If you have any suggestions for speakers or upcoming meetings, please contact Nancy, Scott or Jocelyn.


We look forward to seeing you at our meetings, and wish all of you the happiest of holidays and peace and prosperity in the new year!




SECTIONS & COMMITTEES

SECTIONS:


CIVIL LITIGATION

Joseph Fox 466-9091

Angelo “Sam” Parise (858) 674-6660


CRIMINAL LAW

Daniel Cohen 697-0333

Sheryl Graf 440-5716


ESTATE PLANNING

Scott Cole 460-2080

Nancy Ewin 698-1788

Joselina Medrano 562-9999


FAMILY LAW

Judi Klein 698-1882

“Bud” Klueck 448-6500

Edward Torrence 698-6059




COMMITTEES:


ANNUAL DINNER

Sheryl Graf 440-5716

Virginia Johnson 441-4801

Wells Lyman 589-9984


COMMUNITY SERVICE

Joselina Medrano 562-9999


COURT LIAISON

“Bud” Klueck 448-6500


GOLF TOURNAMENT

Dan Bacal 588-2064


LAW DAY

Jerry Carmody 667-9600







MCLE

Joselina Medrano 562-9999


MEMBERSHIP

Edward Torrence 698-6059


NEWSLETTER

Catherine Tancredi 579-7876


PUBLICATIONS

Sheryl Graf 440-5716


SPECIAL EVENTS

Wells Lyman 589-9984


WEBSITE

Dana Wynn 485-5518






ADS & NOTICES

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LAW OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT


Close to courthouse in El Cajon. Contact Jim Miller at (619) 590-0383 for further details.










PRO TEM SCHEDULES

SMALL CLAIMS

COURT


Please be prepared to take the

bench at 8:15 am and 1:15 pm

  

December, 2002


3      AM  Joseph Fox

        PM  Miranda Franks

4      AM  Elliott Kanter

        PM  Larry Kincaid

5      AM  Garrison Klueck

        PM  Clare Maudsley

6      AM  Jon McKinley

        PM  Thomas Marshall

10    AM  James Mietzel

        PM  Leroy Knutson

11    AM  Blaine Phipps

        PM  Frank Puglia

12    AM  Charles Scott, Jr.

        PM  Joseph Sciarretta

13    AM  Dan Bacal

        PM  David Egan

17    AM  Kenyon Young

        PM  Catherine Tancredi

18    AM Peter Singer

        PM Thomas Buchenau

19    AM Timothy Cohelan

        PM  David Demergian

20    AM  Ron Oberndorfer

        PM  Ed Castro

24    AM  DARK

        PM  DARK

25    AM  HOLIDAY

        PM  HOLIDAY

26    AM  DARK

        PM  DARK

27    AM  Joseph Fox

        PM  Larry Kincaid

31    AM  Miranda Franks

        PM  DARK



January, 2003


1      AM  HOLIDAY

        PM  HOLIDAY

2      AM  DARK

        PM  DARK

3      AM  Larry Kincaid

        PM  Leroy Knutson

7      AM  Elliott Kanter

        PM  Garrison Klueck

8      AM  Wells Lyman

        PM  Clare Maudsley

9      AM  Jon McKinley

        PM  Blaine Phipps

10    AM  James Mietzel

        PM  Thomas Marshall

14    AM  Charles Scott, Jr.

        PM  Frank Puglia

15    AM  Peter Singer

        PM  Joseph Sciarretta

16    AM  Conrad Walker

        PM  Dan Bacal

17    AM  Thomas Buchenau

        PM  Ed Castro

21    AM  Timothy Cohelan

        PM  Catherine Tancredi

22    AM  David Demergian

        PM  David Egan

23    AM  Joseph Fox

        PM  Larry Kincaid

24    AM  Miranda Franks

        PM  Jon McKinley

28    AM  Elliott Kanter

        PM  Leroy Knutson

29    AM  Clare Maudsley

        PM  Ron Oberndorfer

30    AM  Wells Lyman

        PM  Garrison Klueck

31    AM  James Mietzel

        PM  Thomas Marshall






FAMILY LAW

SETTLEMENT

CONFERENCE

JUDGE

Please arrive at Department 5

by 8:30 a.m.


December, 2002


12-4-02   Cheryl Daily

                Mike Love

                Wells Lyman

12-11-02 William Benjamin

                Larry Kincaid

                Peggy Moore

12-18-02 Garrison Klueck

                Stanwood Johnson

                Beth Sample

12-25-02 DARK 

 

January, 2003


Not available at press time. The court will send out a letter to those volunteering with their scheduled date and time.



2002 OFFICERS


John McCabe, Jr.          President           619-692-3136

Garrison Klueck             Vice-President   619-448-6500

Jerry Carmody             Secretary           619-667-9600

Joseph Fox                    Treasurer           619-466-9091



2002 DIRECTORS


Leah Boucek                                            619-463-8400

Daniel Cohen                                            619-697-0333

Sheryl Graf                                               619-440-5716

Judy Klein                                                 619-698-1882

Wells Lyman                             619-589-9984

Jocelyn Medrano                                      619-562-9999

Angelo Parise                                           858-674-6660

Ed Torrence                                              619-698-6059



REPRESENTATIVES


Wells Lyman, San Diego County Bar       619-589-9984

Sheryl Graf, East County Lawyers Club   619-440-5716




FBA NEWSLETTER

PRODUCTION


Editor in Chief/Layout & Design . . . . . .Catherine Tancredi


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ADDRESS CHANGES


Send your change of address/telephone to Rita Drouin at 275 E. Douglas Ave., Suite 104, El Cajon, CA 92020-4545 or fax to 442-8060







Foothills Bar Association

P.O. Box 1077

El Cajon, CA 92022