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ATTORNEY APPOINTMENTS

Phone & Video Appointments

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By Telephone: The attorney will either call the U.S. telephone number you provided, or will send an email with dial-in instructions.

By Video Conference: If you have scheduled a video conference you will need a mobile device or computer that has a microphone, speakers, a webcam, and high-speed internet access. You will receive an email prior to the scheduled video conference with a specific internet URL address for the video conference.

  1. Before the appointment: Install the free Zoom client application (i.e. "app") on your device:
    1. Desktop Computer:If you will be attending through a desktop computer you should download the "Zoom Client For Meetings" app here.
    2. Mobile Device: If you will be attending through a mobile device (e.g. a smartphone or tablet) you should download the "Zoom Cloud Meetings" app from the app store for your particular mobile device (iOS device or Android Device).
  2. At the time of the appointment: Go to the URL address provided in the video conference instructions email. The installed Zoom app should be opened for you to join the meeting.

In-Person Office Appointments

Regus Business Centers

21900 Burbank Blvd. 3rd Floor

Los Angeles, CA 91367


Attorney office consultations usually take place in one of the conference rooms at the above location.

There is parking in the above-ground gated parking lot in front of the building, or street parking.

From the above-ground gated parking lot go through the main entrance of the building and take the lobby elevator to the third floor. At the reception desk ask for David Kleiman.


Building parking is validated for consultations if you bring your parking gate ticket.

APPOINTMENT TERMS & CONDITIONS

A. Payments:

An automatic confirming email is sent when an appointment is scheduled by a client. For new clients scheduling a consultation that requires payment the confirming email will contain a link for securely making payment online with a credit card of the fee for the consultation.


If a new client is not an established operating business (i.e. the consultation has been scheduled for an individual or a new startup business), then online payment by credit card of the consultation fee must be made the same day that the confirming email is sent to prevent automatic cancellation of the appointment.

B. Cancellations, Reschedules & Refunds:

There will be a $35 charge for canceled or rescheduled appointments unless:

1. For office consultations 3 business days notice is given;
2. For telephone or video consultations 24 hours notice is given; or
3. The attorney cancels or reschedules through no fault of the client.

There will be no charge if a genuine and documented illness or emergency occurs that prevents giving the required notice.

C. Who Can Attend:

In order to have an effective consultation, preserve confidentiality, and safeguard the attorney-client privilege the attorney will only conduct the initial consultation with the "client":

For Businesses: In consultations scheduled for an existing business it is the business who is the client. Such consultations can only be attended by employees of the business who have a reasonable need to be involved in the consultation.

For Individuals: In consultations scheduled for an individual it is the individual who is the client. Only the individual can participate in the consultation.

Co-Inventors/Joint Authors: If the consultation will be about an invention by multiple inventors, or a work of authorship by multiple authors, then it shall be initially presumed by the attorney that the joint authors or co-inventors are in a "partnership". The partnership shall be the client. As such, each co-inventor or joint author may participate in the consultation as a partner in the partnership.

Third Parties Are Not Permitted: Third parties are generally not permitted to be present during an attorney consultation. Third parties would include friends, relatives, referral sources, and anyone who is not essential to the conduct of the consultation. Without advance consent from the attorney a third party will not be permitted to participate in the consultation. If a third party arrives at a consultation appointment they will be excluded from the meeting.

Clients Who Are Ill Must Reschedule: The attorney does not meet in-person with clients who are suffering from a contagious illness (e.g. a flu or cold). If a client arrives with a potentially contagious illness then the attorney may cancel or terminate the consultation, and there will be no refund.

D. What To Bring:

Clients must bring and/or provide all information and things specifically requested by the attorney prior to the scheduled consultation.

Otherwise, a client must bring any documents or things the client will want to discuss during the initial consultation, as well as any equipment that may be necessary to use or view them.

Hazardous materials, or things that will damage property or injure persons, are not permitted to be brought to a consultation.

A client may bring writing instruments to take written notes during the consultation, but audio or visual recording of the consultation is not permitted without prior written consent from the attorney.

E. Special Requirements:

If there is anything special needed (equipment, translators, etc.), then the client must inform the attorney before the appointment. Subject to sufficient notice, availability, and advance payment of any associated expenses, reasonable efforts will be made to accommodate special requirements.

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Phone Or Video Appointments

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Monday-Friday

By Telephone: The attorney will either call the U.S. telephone number you provided, or will send an email with dial-in instructions.

By Video Conference: If you will attend by video conference you will need a mobile device or computer that has a microphone, speakers, a webcam, and high-speed internet access. Prior to the appointment time you will receive an email with a specific internet URL address for attending the video conference.

  1. Before the appointment: Install the free Zoom client application (i.e. "app") on your device:
    1. Desktop Computer:If you will be attending through a desktop computer you should download the "Zoom Client For Meetings" app here.
    2. Mobile Device: If you will be attending through a mobile device (e.g. a smartphone or tablet) you should download the "Zoom Cloud Meetings" app from the app store for your particular mobile device (iOS device or Android Device).
  2. At the time of the appointment: Go to the URL address provided in the email. The installed Zoom app should be opened for you to join the meeting.

Office Appointments

Regus Business Centers

21900 Burbank Blvd. 3rd Floor

Los Angeles, CA 91367

Monday-Friday 9AM-5PM Pacific Time

Attorney office consultations usually take place in one of the conference rooms at the above location.

There is free validated parking in the above-ground gated parking lot in front of the building.

From the above-ground gated parking lot go through the main entrance of the building and take the lobby elevator to the third floor. At the reception desk ask for David Kleiman.


Remember to bring your parking gate ticket with you to have it validated by the receptionist after the appointment.


Appointment Policies

A. Payments:

An automatic confirming email is sent when an appointment is scheduled by a client. For new clients scheduling a consultation that requires payment the confirming email will contain a link for securely making payment online with a credit card of the fee for the consultation.

If a new client is not an established operating business (i.e. the consultation has been scheduled for an individual or a new startup business), then online payment by credit card of the consultation fee must be made the same day that the confirming email is sent to prevent automatic cancellation of the appointment.

B. Refunds:

There will be a $35 charge for canceled or rescheduled appointments unless:

1. For office consultations 3 business days notice is given;
2. For telephone or video consultations 24 hours notice is given; or
3. The attorney cancels or reschedules through no fault of the client.

There will be no charge if a genuine and documented illness or emergency occurs that prevents giving the required notice.

C. Who Can Attend:

In order to have an effective consultation, preserve confidentiality, and safeguard the attorney-client privilege the attorney will only conduct the initial consultation with the "client":

For Businesses: In consultations scheduled for an existing business it is the business who is the client. Such consultations can only be attended by employees of the business who have a reasonable need to be involved in the consultation.

For Individuals: In consultations scheduled for an individual it is the individual who is the client. Only the individual can participate in the consultation.

Co-Inventors/Joint Authors: If the consultation will be about an invention by multiple inventors, or a work of authorship by multiple authors, then it shall be initially presumed by the attorney that the joint authors or co-inventors are in a "partnership". The partnership shall be the client. As such, each co-inventor or joint author may participate in the consultation as a partner in the partnership.

Third Parties Are Not Permitted: Third parties are generally not permitted to be present during an attorney consultation. Third parties would include friends, relatives, referral sources, and anyone who is not essential to the conduct of the consultation. Without advance consent from the attorney a third party will not be permitted to participate in the consultation. If a third party arrives at a consultation appointment they will be excluded from the meeting.

Clients Who Are Ill Must Reschedule: The attorney does not meet in-person with clients who are suffering from a contagious illness (e.g. a flu or cold). If a client arrives with a potentially contagious illness then the attorney may cancel or terminate the consultation, and there will be no refund.

D. What To Bring:

Clients must bring and/or provide all information and things specifically requested by the attorney prior to the scheduled consultation.

Otherwise, a client must bring any documents or things the client will want to discuss during the initial consultation, as well as any equipment that may be necessary to use or view them.

Hazardous materials, or things that will damage property or injure persons, are not permitted to be brought to a consultation.

A client may bring writing instruments to take written notes during the consultation, but audio or visual recording of the consultation is not permitted without prior written consent from the attorney.

E. Special Requirements:

If there is anything special needed (equipment, translators, etc.), then the client must inform the attorney before the appointment. Subject to sufficient notice, availability, and advance payment of any associated expenses, reasonable efforts will be made to accommodate special requirements.