We are pleased to announce that our office has moved to Round Barn Blvd.in Santa Rosa. We also have new telephone and fax numbers. Our new contact information is:
Law Office of Denise Olrich
703 2nd St. Suite 111
Santa Rosa, CA. 95404
The 2019 update to Privacy Compliance and Litigation in California, co-authored by Denise Olrich, was published in September, 2019. Denise Olrich authors a chapter on Internet and Electronic Privacy. This is the eleventh year of publication for this book, which is updated annually, It is published by Continuing Education of the Bar (CEB). CEB, the book’s publisher, is a self-supporting program of the University of California that is co-sponsored by the State Bar of California.
Ms. Olrich has been reappointed as a Special Advisor to the Executive Committee of the Business Law Section of the State Bar of California for its 2011-2012 bar year.
Denise has been appointed as a Special Advisor to the Executive Committee of the Business Law Section of the State Bar of California for the 2010-2011 year, following her service last year as its Vice Chair for Programs and Publications.
In June, 2010, Denise Olrich spoke about Dispute Resolution in Boston, Massachusetts at an ALI-ABA program entitled, Partnerships, LLCs and LLPs. It was a great program and Denise enjoyed meeting with her fellow panelists, renowned experts in partnership and LLC law from around the country.
In April, 2010, Ms. Olrich spoke at the American Bar Association Business Bar Leaders Conference in Chicago, Illinois. At the conference, Denise met and talked with local and state bar leaders from around the country. Denise talked bout the program series she organized for the Business Law Section of the State Bar of California, of which she is currently Vice Chair, Programs & Publications. These programs provide free continuing legal education to members of the State Bar’s Business Law Section.
Denise is one of the drafters of California’s recently enacted 2008 Revised Limited Partnership Law, which went into effect on January 1, 2010 following its passage by the California state legislature in 2009.