|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|CALI AWARD - Internet Law||CALI AWARD||2007|
|NCAA USC Women's Waterpolo National Champion||NCAA||N/A|
|Associate In-House Counsel||Blooksy Interactive, LLC||2009 - 2010|
|Corporate Attorney||LaFlam Sullivan, LLP||2008 - 2009|
|Attorney, Commercial Litigation; Law Clerk||Pierce & Weiss, LLP||2006 - 2008|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Southern California Venture Network||Director||2008 - Present|
|State Bar of California||Member||2007 - Present|
|Four Corners Law Blog||Privacy Implications of Facial Recognition Technology: Big Brother Has Something To Sell You||2012|
|The Winston Report | Canadian Association of Professional Access and Privacy Administrators||BIG BROTHER ON THE MOVE: Privacy Implications of Facial Recognition||2012|
|Four Corners Law Blog||Contracts In The Hospitality Industry: A Business Primer||2011|
|Four Corners Law Blog||EPSILON ‘MASSIVE’ DATA BREACH: THE QUICK & DIRTY ON DATA BREACHES||2011|
|Thomson Reuters||Southern California Venture Network Announces 2011 Board of Directors||2011|
|Media Post||Ad Industry Must Mitigate Risk||2010|
|Whittier Coll SOL||N/A||law||N/A|
|Univ of Southern Calif||N/A||undergraduate||N/A|
|University of Southern California (USC)||Biometric Identification: Privacy Implications of Facial Recognition & Facial Detection Technologies||2012|
|USC Marshall MBA, Guest Lecturer||Corporate Trademarks, Trade Secrets & Privacy||2011|
|SCVN Premiere Event | Advertising & Data Driven Technologies||Electronic Contracting, Data Security & Privacy||2010|
|NAWBO Survivor's Panel||Intellectual Property & Business Law||2008|
Posted by Sean
As an entrepreneur, I am not looking to throw away my hard earned money on legal bill-ables such as "pondering." I work hard for my money and I expect the same out of those that I employ. Therefore, I was attracted to Four Corners General Counsel by it's no nonsense approach to outsourced general counsel services. Miss Kahnen provided me with a free initial consultation to assess my business needs. I was impressed with her business acumen and vast experience base. As a board member for SCVN and fellow Trojan, she utilized her network to connect me with a programmer that negotiated a fantastic deal for the formation of my website. Tiffany assisted me with the necessary legal counsel and services to protect and launch my first business and corresponding professional website.
Miss Kahnen explained to me the potential liabilities included in the decision to use hosted cloud services for my business and she went the extra mile to show that I was more than a client, I was a valuable individual. She was patient in her responses to my numerous questions and she was very articulate in highlighting potential pitfalls that I did not foresee.
I had a wonderful experience working with Miss Kahnen and I was impressed most by her billing structure. Unlike most attorneys that I contacted, she did not require an advance retainer fee and she didn't bill hourly. I loved the freedom to choose a la carte or monthly service packages and I will definitely return to Four Corners General Counsel for all of my outsourced general counsel needs.
Posted by Caitlin
Tiffany is a consummate professional who is extremely knowledgeable about the legal challenges facing today's small business owner. As a former Senior Consulting Manager and Vice President in the Legal Outsourcing Industry, and a longtime colleague of Tiffany's, I am impressed by the level of service and personal attention she provides to her clients. Her clients can be confident that they have the most cost effective and efficient representation on their matters. Tiffany's proactive and consultative approach to identify and address her client's legal issues is notable for its innovation and flexibility. Her understanding of the overall legal, technical, process and management issues--from her deep experience in many aspects of a business--actually helps clients reduce risk and costs.
Andrew Prochnow, Real estate Attorney
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
I have known Tiffany for many years and can attest to her attention to detail and her innate ability to find creative solutions for the most complex of problems. She is business minded and never loses sight of the big picture when negotiating deals of any size. Her past experience as in-house counsel has also provided her with a unique understanding as to how businesses navigate day-to-day issues allowing her to effectively help her clients identify those necessary versus unnecessary actions in their business and legal affairs.