Our Clients & COVID-19

The health and safety of our employees and our clients is our top priority. We are taking steps to address the rapidly changing impact of COVID-19, and the effect it is having on our employees and clients.

Our Attorneys have the flexibility to work remotely and we are encouraging them to use this more frequently until further notice.  Client confidentiality is of utmost importance to us and our IT team is ensuring that our remote workers are using secure entry points.  Our offices will remain open with staff necessary to support our operations. However, we think it best to minimize direct contact at this time. We have the ability to meet via skype and we have been using Leapfile to securely transfer documents for a number of years. While meeting face-to-face with our clients is what we enjoy the most about our work, we recognize that we have excellent technologies available to accomplish most of our work via electronic means. If you already have a meeting scheduled, we will work with you to arrange a virtual meeting or teleconference.

We are here to help you and will be available to respond to your questions you may have about our work together. We are confident in our ability to move through this crisis with minimal interruption.

What's New

March 16, 2020

Our Clients & COVID-19

The health and safety of our employees and our clients is our top priority. We are taking steps to address the rapidly changing impact of COVID-19, and the effect it...

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January 7, 2020

Award-Winning! Family Friendly Firm & Donor of The Year

Mullen & Henzell LLP is proud to be the first recipient of the Santa Barbara Women Lawyers “Family Friendly Firm” Award. If you wish to attend this annual dinner event,...

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October 11, 2019

Christine Roberts publishing ERISA blog

Christine Roberts has been publishing a blog about ERISA matters titled “E is for ERISA” since 2011.  Read more about Christine and her blog here: http://eforerisa.wordpress.com/about/ See Christine’s latest postings the...

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August 1, 2019

Tips for Advising a Commercial Landlord: Is it Worthwhile to Pursue a Defaulting Tenant for Unpaid Rent?

Six questions to ask before filing suit for default on a commercial lease. Article Published in the ABA Litigation Section July 29, 2019 by Jared Katz When a commercial tenant...

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