David W. Tate
Attorney at Law
San Francisco, CA


-Litigation, Trials, Arbitrations and Appeals.

-Trust/probate litigation; administrations; advising
fiduciaries and beneficiaries; elder and dependent
adult care and abuse protection; disabilities and
discrimination; personal physical and mental
injury; nursing homes; and conservatorships.

-Business; commercial/banking; property/casualty;
public entity; products liability; employment; privacy;
professional liability; discrimination; insurance;
harassment; disabilities; and defamation.

-Real property and landlord tenant.

-Serious personal injury, physical and mental.

-Officers, directors, boards, audit and other
committees, governance, risk management,
compliance, and investigations.

Mediator; Arbitrator  Mediation / Conflict
Resolution Papers

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professional advice or service, does not constitute solicitation for or engagement of services inside or outside of California,
and does not apply to any particular person, entity or circumstance. This website is a summary of information, not an
exhaustive reference source, and is subject to modification at any time.  You should not rely on the information contained on
this website, and I specifically disclaim liability for information contained herein.  You should always seek specific
professional advice if you are involved in a situation that relates to these or similar issues.

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newsletter, or other media. I post only a select few original prior materials to this website. For new materials click on my blog links above.
Nonprofit Board Two-Page Risk Management Overview
The St. Vincent de Paul Society of San Francisco At-A-Glance: Accomplishing Phenomenally
Helpful Programs on a Lean Budget
Nonprofit Board Standard of Care, Risk Management, and Audit Committee Responsibilities
ADA and FEHA Workplace Disabilities, Reasonable Accommodation, and Interactive Process