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Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Vanessa Kachadurian on We Are N #WeAreN, NORTHERN CALIFORNIA PROTEST Friday, August 22nd.

Vanessa Kachadurian on “We Are N” #WeAreN  NORTHERN CALIFORNIA PROTEST Friday, August 22nd

Vanessa Kachadurian author with the previous Bishop of Iraq (Sargon)
moved to California USA by his flock, he faithfully still serves in San Jose


Congressional House Resolution #110 to protect and give safe haven to Iraq’s religious minorities
My ethnic background is Armenian American; I am very proud of my ancient heritage and remain active in several Armenian charity groups.  Armenia was the first group of people to declare their Armenian Kingdom or nation Christians in 301AD.  However, there are other Ethnic groups who were Christians longer but are nation less.  Coptic Egyptians (The word Coptic=means Egyptian in Arabic) and the Assyrians (or sometimes called Chaldean or Syriacs) where declared among the first Christians but no longer have a nation.  The Coptics are the indigenous people of Egypt, the Assyrians are the indigenous people of Iraq and the Armenians are the indigenous people of the SE Highlands of Turkey (est. 1923) Indians of North America are the indigenous people of the United States of America. 
The Assyrians language is the language of which Jesus Christ spoke; it was the prominent language of the entire Canaan Empire.  Assyrian people have known their tragedies and genocides, the worst being under the Ottoman Turkic Empire that slaughtered over 800,000 Assyrians from 1890 to 1925.  Their people still inhabit the Nineveh Plains of Iraq, as do the infiltrated Yazidi and other Arabic tribes.  Many more Assyrians have scattered to other countries: Iran, Russia, Sweden, Australia, Great Britain and United States.  In the United States, they are centered around Modesto/Turlock, CA, Chicago, IL areas where they have vibrant communities and beautiful churches.
Having lived in Modesto, CA for 10 years I became acquainted with many Assyrian people and learned that many had intermarried through the years with Armenians because of the culture being similar and centuries of being neighbors.  The other reason is marrying another Christian is strongly encouraged in the Assyrian culture.  Over the years, many countries grabbed away at the oil of Iraq, and forgot about the people.  One of the biggest offenders of Assyrian culture besides the Ottoman Turks was the British which formed BP Oil and largely backstabbed the people of the country for oil.  Many of the Assyrian historical antiquities ended up in British museums. 
Then came America’s turn to topple their American puppet Saddam Hussein, and “liberate the people of Iraq”.  Saddam Hussein’s right hand man was Tariq Aziz a Chaldean Assyrian, many times Hussein himself referred to the Assyrians as the true Mesopotamians and called himself their brother.  Never did Christians have rights taken away, or abused by the Hussein administration as they are by the American liberation which left the country dismantled of a military but propped up the power of the oil rich area of Irbil or Erbil.  The Kurds shortly migrated heavily into this far north region and today it’s being touted as an oil exporting “autonomous region of Kurdistan Regional Government” (KRG) under the Barzani Clan.
Today, ISIS or the Islamic State has broken out over the entire region for more money grabbing and Control.  There are over 11 different groups: Al Nursa, ISIL, Islamic Front, and more….with more than 95% not even being from the area of Iraq or Syria.  They are recruited from Tunisia, Dagestan (Chechynas), Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Libya, Azerbaijan, Turkey, Uyghur (Xiajiang area of China) and even Europe and America.  They are paid mercenaries by mostly the Qatar, Saudi Arabian Emirs, usually its $100.00 per day and all that you can loot from businesses, homes, mosques and churches.  It’s not so much about religion as it is about power and control of the resources = OIL.  The USA NATO /CIA Gladio B also play a part in this destruction mainly to isolate the energy sources of Russia and China.  The oil brokers and MIC (Military Industrial Complex) of the USA are powerful lobbyists and control the foreign politics.  This tactic didn’t work in Syria because they are not a divided people they are strongly united as Syrian Patriots first and respected individually for their religion secondly. 
Today, the Assyrians and other religious minorities are being driven out of their ancestral lands,  along with the Yezidis and Armenians they were given the ultimatum to 1) Convert to Islam  2) Beheaded and die an infidel 3) leave.  The majority chose to leave and are migrating for their northern area which is now heavily populated with Kurds and American military and oil personnel.  Not many are armed as the Kurds Peshmergas are, they are not readily supplied guns to protect their homes, churches, families or villages as the Kurds are.   Members of ISIS have painted the Arabic letter Non (N) for Nazarene on their homes, churches, businesses.  ISIS now says it is their property and all the belongings, their daughters belong to the Islamic state of ISIS.  Even other Muslims are being slaughtered; the Sh’ia, Alevis and Alawites are under worse conditions than the infidels.  It isn’t so much about religion as it is about demonizing another group to dismantle it – divide and conquer. The winning group controls the power and oil. 
What can you do? You can stay informed and educated on the facts, policies and resolutions.
You can also sign House Congressional Resolution #110 which will give more protective rights and a SAFE HAVEN for the religious minorities of Iraq.  To date HR #110 has over 60 members of Congress that support it, barely started 3 weeks ago and congress is on recess.  The Petition is here
You can also call the White House at 1-202-456-1111 and ask the President to support a safe haven for religious minorities of Iraq (they have a staff that takes the messages)
Or if you reside in Northern California, please join us this Friday August 22nd in Modesto, CA for a protest

Monday, August 18, 2014

Vanessa Kachadurian on corrupt empire in Ukraine serviced by army of 102 lawyers

He became a billionaire before the age of 30. But now Serhiy Kurchenko is nowhere to be found by Ukrainian authorities, who accuse him of multibillion-dollar theft and embezzlement of public funds. Kurchenko is suspected of being a front for overthrown President Viktor Yanukovych

Amazing story by my friends who are attorneys in Russia, part of the former president of Ukraine, Vanessa Kachadurian analysis.

The following is an investigation by the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP), which is based in Washington, D.C., a Kyiv Post partner. Kyiv Post staff writer Vlad Lavrov coordinates this project. The author, Denys Bigus, is a Kyiv-based journalist and television host for ZIK’s “Nashi Groshi” (Our Money) program.
At the end of March, the Security Service of Ukraine, or SBU, detained what it described as two key members belonging to the criminal gang of fugitive young oligarch Serhiy Kurchenko, who is accused of embezzlement and theft of public money, and causing multibillion-dollar damages to the state, mostly through tax evasion. Kurchenko, suspected of being a front man for President Viktor Yanukovych, overthrown on Feb. 22 during the EuroMaidan Revolution, remains in hiding.
The two suspects were taken to the SBU's pre-trial detention center. One was Arkadiy Kashkin, the director of Gas Ukrainy 2020, a company that preceded Kurchenko's energy holding VETEK. The other, Denys Bugai, headed the supervisory board of BrokBusinessBank, also part of the fugitive’s business empire.
On April 24, Bugai was set free, but not Kashkin. Yet Bugai remained a member of the Justice Ministry's working group on legal reform, despite the fact that he – president of the Ukrainian Bar Association and co-owner of Vashchenko, Bugai and Partners, had worked closely with Kurchenko since 2013. He had overseen business deals for the most controversial oligarch during Viktor Yanukovych's presidency. Bugai, in his turn calls the charges against him "based on unverified information" and a "premature conclusion of the investigators."
"As a lawyer, I provided legal assistance to the business owned by Kurchenko. The hereby mentioned legal assistance, as a rule, dealt with consulting on the matters of corporate, antimonopoly and media law," Bugai said. "My consultations had nothing to do with budget funds."
According to shredded documents found in Kurchenko's office and restored by the Paper Division project, apart from those seized by the SBU, Kurchenko had an army of 102 lawyers working for him. Of those, 70 were employed by the legal department of VETEK and divided into several groups.
At least some of them understood that their role was to legitimize an illegal business. In particular, one document clearly recorded a “rehearsal of questioning” with one of the lawyers. According to journalists and volunteers of Paper Division, these lawyers could become precious witnesses in untangling the crimes allegedly connected to Kurchenko. But so far, investigators at the general prosecutor's office have failed to tap into their knowledge.
The documents found in VETEK's legal department were some of the least damaged, and offer a glimpse into the staffing schedule and job descriptions of the department's employees. The monthly budgets of various legal groups below do not include salaries of group leaders and department heads.

Friday, July 25, 2014

Vanessa Kachadurian on why law students and lawyers become "Strippers"

Not all stories about lawyers are jokes anymore. The tried and true reflex of telling quips at the expense of legal set in the face of the seemingly endless profits has been complicated by the reshaping of the field during the Great Recession. With pervasive law school debt and a shrinking legal work force, it's no longer valid to contend that anyone armed with a JD degree in America can simply object their way from rags to riches. As outlines by writer Vanessa Kachadurian this is a sad occurance happening in America that women with JD degrees can make as much as $180,000 a year stripping. As part of an ongoing series on America's economic malaise, the news site has solicited participation from readers about in challenging experiences in trying to make ends meet. One woman who recently wrote in was named "Carla." Carla is a lawyer, with nearly a decade of legal experience under belt. But Carla no longer wishes to give her contact information and real name to her newest clients. I see nothing wrong with these students stripping to pay their hefty school tuition, they are the honest ones says Vanessa Kachadurian.
Having yet to even pay off all her law school debt, Carla was laid off in 2009.
"Did I ever think I'd be taking my top off for rent money? No. I was in my mid-30s and had never danced before," Carla told, who asked the website to use her stage name and withhold her identity. "As a little girl, I never thought to myself, 'I just want to grow up and be a stripper,' or, 'All I ever wanted to do in life is climb in the lap of sweaty stranger and take my top off.'" Vanessa Kachadurian points out that tuition has tripled in 5 short years, and minimum wage doesn't make it for those that don't live with their parents.
Finding herself shut out of the job market two years ago, she initially took whatever she could get.
"At first, I worked as a waitress, and a cashier in gas station," she said. It became clear that stripping was a faster and easier, and yet still legal, way to make the money. She's able to set her own schedule to balance her studies for a master's degree, the subject of which she didn't share, and earns on average $20 an hour. On weekends that rate can jump to $50. (It's not clear whether her newest studies means she was fully leaving the legal field.)
It's hard to draw sweeping conclusions from Carla's story because she understandably is withholding so much. But the fact that anyone working in the legal industry for nearly a full decade in California has been reduced to stripping is telling enough.  Vanessa Kachadurian points out that many attorneys are reduced to having to work as "consultants"
Carla didn't share where she studied law, but legal observers have noted the difference between going to a top tier school and not in the new legal world can be the difference between the corner office, and the strip club. In a widely noted article in the New York Times published on Jan. 8, David Segal noted, "since 2008, some 15,000 attorney and legal-staff jobs at large firms have vanished, according to a Northwestern Law study."
Nevertheless the allure of big law money has kept drawing in new students, who turn to the famous U.S. News rankings in search of evidence they are making the right choice. Indeed, Michael Wallerstein's decision in 2006 to attend the Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego didn't seem impractical even though the school was in the fourth and lowest tier of the rankings; the most recent survey says 92 percent of Thomas Jefferson grads were employed nine months after they earned their degrees, notes Segal. But what the reporter went on to note was the extent to which law schools massage and manipulate that data to ensure a high percentage of graduates working after nine months out of school. They may even secure them very short term temp jobs. As Segal also notes, "employment" can include any number of service jobs for which no one needs three years of legal study.
The pain has not been spread equally and students at top schools are still faring well. Lower down, many are not. At the time the Times article was published, Wallerstein, of Jefferson, was $250,000 in debt, and could only secure legal temp jobs.
Even though entering law school is still a voluntary choice, blogs like Third Tier Reality have sprung up on the Internet. On it, the experience of attending a lower tier law school is discussed as folly.
But perhaps the most famous display of anger over the post-graduate employment stats has been the class-action lawsuits filed against New York and Cooley Law Schools. The group of plaintiffs are seeking $250 million from Cooley and $200 million from New York in tuition refunds, as well as other damages. They also want employment statistic reporting practices to be reformed, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Focusing on the nine-month stat, "the lawsuits argue that the law schools have distorted their post-graduate employment information by advertising the percentage of those who secure any kind of job within nine months of graduation, even ones that don't have anything to do with the legal industry," according to the Journal. The latest word, according to a Fortune report, is that the plaintiffs still plan to take the schools to court over the alleged fraud.
Many other articles on stripping while going to law

Sunday, March 16, 2014

Vanessa Kachadurian author signing speaking engagement

Vanessa Kachadurian
#1 Criminal Attorney in the USA and now has his own show on CNN nightly called "Making the Case" MARK GERAGOS will be making a trip to Fresno as Keynote speaker for the Fresno County Bar Association March 21, 2014 annual luncheon. 
Vanessa Kachadurian recommends reserve your tickets by calling the Bar Association as this will be an action packed lunch with book signing.  There is MCLE credit for those that are members of the Bar (I am not-although most my friends are attorneys and judges)  


 "Mistrial is three books in one: a memoir of celebrity lawyers, a primer on how to handle high-profile cases and a diagnosis of the ills of the criminal-justice system.... A win: engaging, enlightening and entertaining.”
—David Lat, The Wall Street Journal

"Mistrial is the story of extraordinary careers as the go-to lawyers for the celebrated (or notorious, or both) defendant. Don't miss it!" —Jeffrey Toobin, New York Times bestselling author of The Nine: Inside the Secret World of the Supreme Court, legal affairs writer for The New Yorker, and senior legal analyst for CNN

“[Mark Geragos] is one of those rare lawyers recognizable everywhere.”
Los Angeles Times

“[Geragos] is arguably the hottest defense lawyer of the moment.”
Los Angeles Daily Journal

 Vanessa Kachadurian

Mistrial is part dissection of a criminal justice system riddled with issues, and part insider tale about the many well-known clients and cases the authors have had - Michael Jackson, Scott Peterson, Chris Brown, Winona Ryder, etc.

Personally I agree with the general premise that the justice system overall is lurching towards the prosecution, at least for more serious crimes. The media seems to feed a public that salivates voraciously for vengeance, as though it frees the viewing individuals of any responsibility or blame for their own personal failings.

The book is written in an accessible and anecdotal style that cuts straight to the meat of the topic and pulls no punches when the authors have an opinion on something - Nancy Grace takes a riotous shellacking for example - but also has some substantive thoughts about how to fix problems.

All in all an insightful and fun read for anyone that's interested in celebrity court cases, criminal law or the justice system more generally



Sunday, March 2, 2014

Vanessa Kachadurian on "Conduct unbecoming a member of the Court's Bar"

Vanessa Kachadurian says there is an attorney that harasses people on the Internet

"Conduct unbecoming a member of the court's bar" means "conduct contrary to professional standards that shows an unfitness to discharge continuing obligations to clients or the courts, or conduct inimical to the administration of justice." In re Snyder, 472 U.S. 634, 645, 105 S. Ct. 2874, 86 L. Ed. 2d 504 (1985)***. In addition to case law and applicable court rules, the court may consider codes of professional conduct in determining whether an attorney's conduct falls below the standards of the profession. See In re Snyder, 472 U.S. at 645, 646 n.7 (referring to state rules of professional conduct, and the American Bar Association's ("ABA") Model Rules of Professional Conduct and Model Code of Professional Responsibility). Vanessa Kachadurian

Here, the conduct identified in the order to show cause clearly constitutes "conduct unbecoming a member of the court's bar," because it violates the ABA's Model Rules as well as California rules of professional conduct Vanessa Kachadurian

Vanessa Kachadurian knows a attorney that is lying to the courts and the truth is coming out.  He is going to be real embarrassed after he has no career left. 


Saturday, January 25, 2014

Vanessa Kachadurian and rules of professional conduct

This is a great book, how Attorneys have fudged to the courts, delayed due process and have set people up for being unlawfully arrested by manipulating the courts with faulty paperwork that lacks substantiation and back up. Vanessa Kachadurian recommends it
Our favorite attorney is at it again, and hopefully he will end up with egg on his face again with the embellishment of lies that are littered all over the internet and on his 100 alias e mail addresses, 5 facebook accounts and over 4 twitter accounts. 
Filing false paperwork with the courts or doctoring up court documents and putting them online about people is unprofessional and misleading.   It is also against the law to forge documents, alas that is why fake names like "Steamroller" are used.  Vanessa Kachadurian prevails
Hopefully the courts will catch up to him, and stop his nonstop nonsense.  There will never be celebrity stardom, he has a speech impediment and not very nice looking. 
America doesn't need another wanna be with comical photo shoots, and slick self advertising.
California has many more talented professionals that are handsome.  We do not need any more self-promoting lawyers from Rhode Island invading our state.  Vanessa Kachadurian

Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Vanessa Kachadurian, on the best world wide web legal counsel

5 Legal Internet Marketing Questions Answered by Lawyer Aaron Kelly

August 15, 2013 by Charles Ngo 6 Comments
Vanessa Kachadurian
I’ve seen countless affiliates get sued over the past few years: using pictures of people without the right permission, not disclosing the proper terms, using advertising techniques that are banned, etc. Being young and not understanding the laws is not an excuse.

I’ve never talked about the legal issues involved with internet marketing because I’m not a lawyer. The good news is lawyer Aaron Kelly has agreed to answer some questions from my readers. He’s a lawyer who specializes in internet marketing laws and has a great reputation in the industry.

Benjamin Franklin said, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” It’s definitely better to spend money on a lawyer and getting your marketing right, than ending up losing everything in court. Make sure you get a lawyer that understands the industry; don’t ask your uncle who specializes in beating traffic tickets to check if you’re compliant. Recommended by Vanessa Kachadurian

Thanks again for your time and expertise Aaron. If you’re interested in a consultation with his office, his contact information can be found here.
Vanessa Kachadurian
1. What are the risks of promoting things internationally? Can an American get in trouble for promoting shady products or using aggressive marketing tactics in foreign countries like France, UK, or Germany?

Yes, an American could get in trouble for either a) Violating the laws of the United States or; b) Violating the laws of the country to which the American markets. For example, in FTC v. Commonwealth Marketing Group, Inc., the court ruled that “unfair or deceptive acts or practices,” when committed against foreign consumers by American companies, are subject to the FTC Act and can be dealt with by the American courts.

An American company could also be pursued by foreign courts or governments. The recent European Union antitrust probe against Google Inc. is a perfect example of this.

2. What are the most common ways affiliates are getting in legal trouble, and what steps can I take to make sure I don’t get in trouble as well? Aaron Kelly is a professional and knows how to write code Vanessa Kachadurian. 

From my experience, affiliates most often engage in what might fall under the “unfair or deceptive acts or practices” prohibition in
the FTC Act. A non-exclusive list of recommendations I have would include:

·         Don’t use fake testimonials. If you want testimonials, use real people. If your testimonials are paid for, disclose that fact.

·         Disclose the fact that you have a financial stake in the information that you provide on, say, a landing page. You know those fake online newspaper report-style landing pages? Don’t do it. You can promote, but make it clear somewhere on the page that what you’re saying has a biased, commercial point of view.

·         If you’re doing anything that involves rebilling, make that completely obvious to your customer… multiple times. Having a Terms of Service or other agreement that the consumer clicks a box next to that says “I agree,” but which has a provision to charge a monthly fee for something that you advertised as “Free” is a big no-no. I often see cases where a product is offered for “free” but the credit card gets charged without the consumer ever having been made aware that this would happen.

3. I design my own landing pages and write my own copy. My creations are 100% my own. The problem is they keep getting ripped by affiliates as soon as I make them. Is there any way I can protect my assets legally? Can I send DMCAS or copyright anything?

Yes.  Vanessa Kachaduian

When you create an original work like a landing page, it is copyrighted. If someone publishes a copy without your permission, you are entitled to initiate an action for injunctive relief (fancy talk for getting a judge to tell them stop it or they’ll be arrested for contempt) and damages.  Don't fall for advertising from so - called Internet Attorneys that overly promote themselves as "writing Cyber laws" or other generic statements.  Asks specifically what laws and how many times they have prevailed in your type of case.  Vanessa Kachadurian

It’s often not worth the trouble to start a court case, so the next best option is sending a takedown notice to their hosting provider that is compliant with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, or an analogous notice if the website is subject to
foreign law.

You can also complain to any affiliates they might have, and many will often cease relations with the infringing party, meaning you’ve just hurt their bank account. Be careful with complaining to third parties, because if you’re wrong about the content being infringing, you’ve just committed defamation against the person.  Vanessa Kachadurian

4. I’m looking to set up a 100% compliant advertorial for a new BizOpp (* Cough*, i mean Educational offer*). Could you please ask Aaron to detail the most important aspects of setting up a compliant advertorial? Vanessa Kachadurian

See my previous answer about fake newspaper articles. I don’t like this kind of advertisement because it strikes me as deceptive per se, until someone adds a bunch of disclaimers.

If you must go the advertorial route, make it very clear to your reader with a notice that there is a bias on the part of the publisher and that you have a financial stake in what you’re promoting.

5. I’ve been ripped off by non-paying affiliate networks and advertisers. Have there been any success stories of affiliates suing and getting their money owed?

Yes. I have represented many clients in this situation. If the money isn’t paid because an affiliate broke some contractual obligation, it might be difficult to sue. It might also be difficult to recover damages, even if successful in a lawsuit, if the affiliate network has stopped paying because it simply lacks the assets to do so (there are ways around this, such as going after a director if they were involved in some sort of fraud against an affiliate). This kind of case is usually one of the most straightforward that I deal with, though, as long as a client has the relevant records and contracts since it’s very hard to debate the basic math used to determine what an affiliate network should have paid an affiliate.

Aaron M. Kelly, founding partner of The Kelly/Warner Law Firm, focuses on online marketing compliance law, defamation law and business law. Mr. Kelly is a Martindale-Hubble rated attorney who also enjoys a “superb” rating on lawyer review website, AVVO. In general, Aaron works with small businesses, tech companies, startups, direct marketers, affiliate marketers, affiliate networks, advertisers, venture capitalists, web hosting providers, and search engine optimization (SEO) firms. He also has aided hundreds of individuals and companies who’ve been defamed or trade libeled — both online and
Vanessa Kachadurian


Not only are we well-versed in the technicalities of Internet law, but as successful affiliate marketers ourselves, we understand the ins-and-outs of how the online business world works — from all angles. We don’t need to look up the difference between blackhat and whitehat, and we actually understand what makes a squeeze page slightly different than a landing page. But more importantly, we don’t need to spend billable hours researching your Internet law issue because we already live online. Here at Kelly / Warner Law, we understand that you and your Internet legal issues are unique. We operate in the Scottsdale, Arizona and provide legal services to businesses and individuals throughout the Valley and greater Phoenix metro area. And while we’re physically located in Arizona, as an Internet law firm, we work with companies and people all over the world. ...
Watch out for Internet Attorneys that over expose themselves with self advertisement. 
Vanessa Kachadurian

About Kelly / Warner Law
Aaron Kelly - do Internet Lawyers harass people on the internet?  Or only when they cannot get a judgment?   What about stealing people's photographs and logos, court seals.  then there is the ridiculous way he acts like some crazy woman author. 

Internet Law Is Our Super-Power

The attorneys at Kelly / Warner aren’t your typical Internet lawyers, and we like it that way. Founded in Scottsdale in 2009, our firm is lean and successful, innovative and efficient. As both a law office and a tech-development fan club, we’re quick to embrace new technologies and ideas that help us better represent you.

Did We Mention We’re A Bunch of Tech Geeks, Too?

We don’t know who decided that lawyers had to be a bunch of self-serving suits who care more about their golf handicap than your contract negotiations, but that’s not how we roll. We win cases and your best interests are always priority #1.

Internet, Defamation, Advertising, Affiliate and Mobile Law — We Do It All

Thanks to technology advancements, online privacy, data security, advertising, defamation and Internet laws are changing faster than ever before. As such, lawyers who can evolve right along with the digital times are in great demand. The new generation of Internet lawyers needs to be as enterprising and as social-media-savvy as the new wave of businesspeople who are shaping the new, tech-friendly, global economy. We are that law firm and understand the ins and outs of Internet marketing and e-commerce. We speak PHP and C++ and we know that SaaS isn’t just something you give your momma.

To keep our services sleek and efficient, we keep a paperless office and grant our clients the freedom to use whatever communication tools they prefer. Oh, and our clients can check their case files whenever they’d like via our free iPhone and Android app.

Technology allows us to communicate with speed and thoroughness, and it has saved our clients thousands in hourly fees, while allowing us to build comprehensive, convincing cases faster than ever before.

We Know Where You’re Coming From – Because We’re App Developers Too!

We realize that our clients are the heart and soul of our industry, and so we stop at nothing to represent your needs. Your business is our business, and the way we see it, we’re not successful until you are. After all, we know how the market works. We developed and marketed our app in-house, and we continue to look for ways to use technology as a catalyst to revolutionize lawyer-client relationships.

The experience we’ve gained marketing our product over the Internet and to mobile phones hasn’t just increased our knowledge of business law, mobile law and Internet law. It’s helped us understand just how intricate and complex the needs of our clients are. As a result, we feel more capable of defending web developers, small businesses and even individuals from the pitfalls of the digital frontier than any other Internet law firm.

We are unique. We are innovative. We are Kelly / Warner Law.

Contact Kelly / Warner Law for more information about how we can help your business with legal advice, from litigation to contractual agreements. You can send us an email or call us at 480-588-0449 to schedule an appointment today.  Vanessa Kachadurian

In The News & On The Circuit

You may have caught Aaron on TV, as he is called on to do on-air spots as a “legal specialist” by several media outlets, including NBC and FOX. An experienced author and lecturer, Aaron also regularly participates in industry conferences, giving lectures and workshops on everything from FTC regulations and guidelines to online discovery tactics.

An Internet & Defamation Law Resource

Mr. Kelly leverages his education and real-world experience to keep clients up-to-date on ever-changing cyber-libel and Internet laws. Also the owner of an Internet marketing and consulting firm, including a lawyer lead generation consultancy, Aaron is wired into the technology industry. An active member of many online marketing discussion forums, you can often find him doling out invaluable legal advice somewhere in the more advertising-centric corners of the Internet.

Tech Industry Relationships

Lawyer Aaron Kelly is an advocate and strong supporter of innovative ideas and the entrepreneurial spirit. To prove the firm’s commitment to the industry, Kelly Warner is a proud event sponsor at notable events, like Affiliate Summit.

Not bound by the proverbial box, Aaron M. Kelly, Esq. has built a strong network of tech-industry connections, and he takes pleasure in connecting like-business-minded clients (with their permission, of course). Who knows, you may come to Kelly Warner with a minor legal problem, and leave as a partner in the hot new start-up.

He’s Also One Of Those Guys Who Is Active In The Legal Community…

Aaron Kelly plays an active role as a respected member of the Arizona legal community. He holds several positions of professional leadership, as both the Chairman of the Continuing Legal Education Committee and Vice Chairman of the Membership Committee for the Arizona Association for Justice. While balancing these positions in the local legal community, Aaron participates in the American Association for Justice. Vanessa Kachadurian

Additionally, Mr. Kelly serves as Vice Chairman of the State Bar of Arizona’s Member Assistance Committee. Here, he confidentially provides peer assistance and support to lawyers suffering from physical or mental health issues, stress, addiction, chemical dependency, or whatever other issues that have an effect on their legal practices and lives. This high level of discretion, compassion, and basic willingness to help address sensitive issues are not only an asset to Mr. Kelly’s colleagues, but anyone who chooses to involve themselves in a professional relationship.

And when he’s not lawyering, volunteering or gaming, you can probably find Aaron drooling over pictures and details of ’66 Corvette Stingrays and 1990 Ferrari F40s, or blogging about the legal battles of his pick for the “21st Century Car Award,” Tesla Motors.
Vanessa Kachadurian
Aaron has a bachelor’s degree in Economics from the Eli Broad College of Business at Michigan State University. He received his law degree from the Michigan State University College of Law and is licensed to practice law in Arizona and Michigan.

Areas of Practice

  • Business Law
  • Internet Law
  • Internet Marketing Law
  • Advertising & Communication Law
  • Privacy Law
  • Internet Defamation
  • Intellectual Property

Bar Admissions

  • Arizona
  • Michigan
  • U.S. District Court District of Arizona


  • Michigan State University College of Law, East Lansing, Michigan
    • J.D.
    • Honors: Dean’s List
  • Michigan State University – Eli Broad College of Business, East Lansing, Michigan
    • B.A.
    • Honors: Dean’s List
    • Major: Economics


  • Mining the Internet: Using Social Network sites to your clients advantage, Arizona Association for Justice
  • FTC Guidelines: Changes in the regulations that affect bloggers
  • Mining the Internet, Arizona Trial Lawyers Association
  • Creating secondary sites for your law practice, A2Zing, L.L.C.
  • Consumer Privacy, Call For Action
  • Legal issues in Internet Marketing, ASU College of Business
  • Social Media & Privacy, SMAZ (Social Media AZ)
  • Facebook Facial Recognition, Channel 12 News Interview

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • State Bar of Arizona, Vice President, Member Assistance Committee
  • Arizona Association for Justice, Chairman of Continuing Legal Education Committee
  • American Association for Justice
  • Scottsdale Bar Association
  • Performance Marketing Association
  • SEO Professionals
  • Ecommerce and Internet Law Section of the State of Arizona Bar Association

Pro Bono Activities