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About East Bay Media Center

East Bay Media Center

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East Bay Media Center logoSpencer Johnson McCammon LLP uses the East Bay Media Center for videography, graphics and other media services including videotaping depositions and interviews, video conversion, audio enhancement, video data analysis and authentication, worksite documentation, and analysis and enhancement of surveillance video. The Center's President, Paul Kealoha Blake, has served as consultant and expert witness to the firm.

The East Bay Media Center has provided media services and training for over three decades. Its producers have won Emmy and Peabody awards.

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Spencer Johnson McCammon LLP
2727 Camino del Rio South
Suite 140
San Diego, CA 92108
Phone: (619) 233-1313

Spencer Johnson McCammon Weekly

Spencer Johnson McCammon Weekly

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Blog of the Week

Labor Department wants to reward financial advisors at the expense of consumers

The Labor Department would like to delay a rule that would require financial advisors to act in the best interest of their customers and their retirement accounts.

Thought for the Week

"For I can raise no money by vile means."

–William Shakespeare

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from Careerbuilder.com

Lax With Laptops: Computer Insecurity

  • 9% of workers have downloaded a virus on their computer at work.
  • 18% of workers have opened an attachment or clicked on a link from a sender they didn't know.
  • 18% have looked at a website that they knew wasn't secure while at work. 

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  1. Women Should Not Have to Choose Between Employment and Safety: In Garment Factories They Do
  2. Here’s Another Way Working Mothers Are Penalized
  3. The Persistent Problem of Gender Inequality
  4. Wells Fargo Scandal Helps Consumer Advocates in CFPB Rule Fight
  5. Why the First Amendment won’t protect Charlottesville white supremacists from being fired