Helen L Marsh | Sonoma Litigation Lawyer
Helen Marsh is an attorney with over thirty years of experience in commercial and consumer litigation. She has handled a wide variety of matters in litigation, arbitration and mediation. After having practiced in Denver and San Francisco, she moved her practice to Sonoma in 2009. She is a long time resident of the Sonoma Valley, and has served since 2004 as a member of the Board of Trustees of the Sonoma Valley Unified School District.
In order to better serve her clients, Helen offers a one hour free consultation to every prospective client. This will allow Helen to assess the legal issues that each client faces and provide some preliminary advice that may help prospective clients determine how best to proceed.
Certified Project Manager, Project Management Institute, 2011.
Helen L. Marsh and Diane E. Barry, “Understanding Electronic Evidence,” Matthew Bender Practice Guide: California EDiscovery & Evidence, LexisNexis 2009.
Helen L. Marsh, “Here Comes the Judge: The New Federal Rules on E-discovery,” 18 The Practical Litigator 7 (January 2007).
Helen L. Marsh, “Defending the Deposition of the Elderly Former Employee,” 17 The Practical Litigator 7 (July 2006).
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Chair, Moot Court Board, University of California, Berkeley, Boalt Hall School of Law.
Santa Rosa, CA.
703 2nd Street,
Evening And Weekends By Appointment.
One hour free consultation. Flat fees and hourly arrangements negotiated according to complexity of matter and client preference.
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