CYA

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CYASee You
CYACover Your Ass
CYACanadian Yachting Association
CYAChantilly Youth Association (Chantilly, VA)
CYACalifornia Youth Authority
CYACover Your Assets
CYACollege Year in Athens (Greece; study abroad program)
CYACyclosporine A (immunosuppressant)
CYACyanuric Acid
CYACy Young Award (ML Baseball Award for Pitching)
CYAChange Your Attitude
CYACollege/Young Adult (ministry)
CYACarry Your Ass
CYACumbria Youth Alliance (UK)
CYAClassic Yacht Association
CYACover Your Answer(s)
CYACall Your Attorney
CYACuban Yoga Association
CYACarclew Youth Arts (Australia)
CYACanadian Youth Assembly (est. 2008)
CYACan You Articulate
CYAChristian Youth Association
CYAChallenge Your Assumptions
CYACatch You Afterwards
CYACommittee of Young Artists (Mississauga Arts Council)
CYACompany of Young Artists (Youth Musical Theater Group, Fullerton College, CA)
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Bruce Kaminstein, IHA's chairman and CEO of Casabella, said moving the association's members toward alternatives to litigation presents a "big challenge." ADR represents "a culture change from the knee-jerk reaction to call your attorney first and be aggressive, always adversarial."
For example, when clients have a highprofile litigation matter, it is your job to be sure that they pick up the phone and call your attorney. In case your human resources manager neglected to mention it when you were hired, let me be the first to tell you: Part of your job description includes being part miracle worker and part mind reader.
Call your attorney about updating your plan at least every three years or any time you have major changes in your personal situation due to births, deaths, marriage or divorce, as well as significant increases or decreases in the size of your estate.
If a friend or potential witness asks you what to say if they're questioned about the investigation, tell them that your attorney does not want you to discuss the case and ask the person to call your attorney if they have any questions.