Guyana Diaspora

'89 percent of Guyana 's graduate population live and work in the 30 relatively rich countries of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) -"Fruit that falls far from the tree",
The Economist, 03 November 2005'

It is estimated that there are as many Guyanese living overseas as they are in Guyana
They are spread out far and wide to almost every country on the planet
This blog was created to chronicle the news and and stories of the Diaspora

Friday, February 17, 2006

Technology Attorney

Ian Rambarran was born in Guyana, South America, and educated in both England and United States. He received his undergraduate degree in International Relations from Florida International University, after which he worked as an intern for Florida State Senator Walter "Skip" Campbell.

Ian Rambarran is no stranger to the technology industry. He has worked with several Fortune 500 technology firms, especially in the context of contract bid disputes at the state and federal level. He has also worked on complex matters involving appeals, writs of mandamus, and whistle-blower (qui tam) lawsuits.

In addition, Ian has experience in copyright, trademark and domain name issues/disputes, internet defamation, and electronic contracts, and in matters relating to corporate business planning. Ian has also assisted in counseling clients in the commercial and residential construction industry.

Ian was born in Guyana, South America, and educated in both England and United States. He received his undergraduate degree in International Relations from Florida International University, after which he worked as an intern for Florida State Senator Walter "Skip" Campbell.

Ian earned his J.D. from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, where the faculty awarded him the Outstanding Scholastic Achievement Award for his division.


Klinedinst Welcomes Ian A. Rambarran to Sacramento Law Office
Sacramento, CA (PRWEB) -- Ian A. Rambarran has officially joined the growing Sacramento office of Klinedinst PC."

Ian Rambarran is an incredibly talented, personable and energetic litigator," said John D. Klinedinst, CEO of Klinedinst PC. "His experience working with corporate clients, on business and intellectual property issues, will be a welcome addition to our growing Sacramento office.

Much of Mr. Rambarran's legal background has been focused in the technology arena. He has handled contract bid disputes for Fortune 500 technology firms. He has advised clients on copyright, trademark and domain name disputes. In addition, Mr. Rambarran has litigated complex matters involving whistle-blower statutes, appeals, and writs of mandamus.

Ian provides business planning guidance to clients. He also is not limited to the technology arena, having done extensive work with clients in the commercial and residential construction industry.

"Ian's addition to our Sacramento office marks a turning point for our Northern California location," added Mr. Klinedinst. "Our Sacramento office continues to grow, while still being able to efficiently and effectively handle our clients' most challenging legal needs. We welcome Ian to the Klinedinst family.

"A native of Guyana, South America, Mr. Rambarran earned his J.D. from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law. While attending law school, he was honored by the faculty who awarded him the Outstanding Scholastic Achievement Award. He received his undergraduate degree in International Relations from Florida International University, and then interned for Florida State Senator Walter "Skip" Campbell.

Publications and Interviews

"
Confidentiality in the Wireless Office," California Lawyer, Co-Author (August, 2004)

"Web Site Operators Must Prepare to Follow Privacy Act,"
Daily Journal - Los Angeles and San Francisco (June 25, 2004)

"I Accept, But Do They? The Need for Electronic Signature Legislation on Mainland China," 15 Transnational Law. 405 (2002)


From klinedinstlaw

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