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Death Be Not Disclosed

A recent complaint filed by the Illinois Administrator who sought to negotiate a personal injury settlement knowing that the client had died. On February 17, 2017, Respondent sent a demand letter to Richard Grayla of Sedgwick, demanding $50,000 for the... [Author: Legal Profession Prof]
Tags: Law, Illinois, Sedgwick, Legal Profession Prof, Bar Discipline & Process, Richard Grayla


Custody and Visitation Issues: Is It Normal for the Gal to Spend Significantly More Time with One Party

My question involves a child custody case from the State of: MO. The GAL has met with my ex multiple times as well as ex's significant other and several of ex's family members. The GAL has met with me once and has never contacted any of my friends or family members. Is this normal? I mistakenly assumed the GAL would meet with both sides regularly and interview people from each side. Some background: The primary reason we had a GAL assigned is because ex physically abused the children multi...
Tags: Law, Child Custody, Support And Visitation, Gal, DFS, One Party


At the Rattatz Café...

... skitter wherever you like.[Bumped.] [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Law, Cars, Drawing, Rats, Ann Althouse, photos by Meade


Speeding Tickets: Out of Jurisdiction Police Vehicle

My question involves a traffic ticket from the state of: California I did not receive a ticket or get pulled over but I have a general question regarding an out of jurisdiction police vehicle speeding and flashing their lightbar. I was driving home from work this afternoon when a city PD police vehicle for a city about 40 miles north and in another county was speeding in the #1 lane approx 80-90mph for at least 10 miles before I exited. It seemed like they were influencing cars to get out of t...
Tags: Law, California, Moving Violations, Parking And Traffic Tickets


Come To Our Holiday Party — See Also

DUMP DLA: At this point, DLA Piper seems to be counting on the fact that none of its new law students have any place better to go. FAILED LAW SCHOOL GOES OUT ON IMPRESSIVELY MEDIOCRE NOTE: The last class at AZ Summit still did terribly on the bar, but less so than previous iterations. TIM SCOTT IS NO HERO: But the fact that the GOP couldn't even get him to go along with their bigoted judicial nominee should be a wake-up call. ULTIMATE WARRIOR GENE: Mmm... legal theories of culpability. WE'RE...
Tags: Law, Gop, Dla Piper, MMM, Tim Scott, See Also


Suspension and Revocation: Nys Revoked - Moving to New Jersey

My question involves a driver's license issued by the State of: NY A license in NY will be revoked in thirty days for six months, due to multiple traffic violations on different occasions. A NY restricted use license was approved. This license had a NY impaired driving infraction (.07) five years ago, paid, settled and closed. This license is up for renewal in eight years. This license now is moving out of state to NJ or PA before revocation takes effect and will stay out of state for the revoca...
Tags: Law, New Jersey, DMV, Ny, Driver's Licenses, NDR


Yes, You Can Finally Go To Law School Here

It took decades, but you can finally earn a legal degree here.
Tags: Law, Law Schools, Trivia Question of the Day


Law Firm Accounting Without The Hassle [Sponsored]

You don’t have to spend late nights analyzing spreadsheets and invoices to monitor your firm’s financial health.
Tags: Law, Thomson Reuters, Sponsored Content, Small Law Firms


Supreme Court of Florida weighs in on judges using social media

Here is a recent Daily Record column. My past Daily Record articles can be accessed here. *****   Supreme Court of Florida weighs in on judges using social media Whether judges should use social media has been a contentious issue for some time now. Early on, the consensus seemed to be that it was problematic for judges to do so, but over time that’s changed. So, for example in 2012, Florida’s Fourth District Court of Appeal addressed this issue in Pierre Domville v. State of Florida, No. ...
Tags: Facebook, Florida, New York, Law, Court, Social Media, Web/Tech, Thomson Reuters, Aba, ABA Journal, State, Florida Supreme Court, Rochester New York, Fourth District Court of Appeal, Supreme Court of Florida, Daily Record--Legal Currents Column


They Showed Him

The Kansas Supreme Court has rejected a jurisdictional argument and suspended an attorney This contested attorney discipline proceeding arises out of two separate matters handled by David P. Crandall. After the Disciplinary Administrator filed a formal complaint, the chairman of... [Author: Legal Profession Prof]
Tags: Law, Kansas Supreme Court, Legal Profession Prof, Bar Discipline & Process, David P Crandall


George H.W. Bush Has Died

Former President George H.W. Bush has died at age 94. This may be the longest obituary I can recall (I didn't finish reading it) but the Times has probably been working on it for years. It mentions that his son, GW, put out a call for... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Law, Times, Gw, George H W Bush


From The Career Files: Balancing Law And Life

Being a lawyer is a double-edged sword. All we can do is the best we can.
Tags: Law, Lawyers, Career Center, Career Files


Celebrate Hanukkah With These 8 Ruth Bader Ginsburg-Inspired Gifts

This year, light a menorah with your favorite Jewish justice.
Tags: Law, Courts, Ruth Bader Ginsburg


Service and Repair: Am I Liable for This Repair

My question involves a consumer law issue in the State of: New York. I had a very large riding lawn mower repaired at a garage. It needed the carburetor cleaned, and battery replaced. This is the story I was told at this point- in preparation to trailer this equipment and return it to me, it was started and left unattended while it “warmed up”. The business owner noticed that he no longer heard it running and went to investigate. He found an engine oil line had sprung a leak, from what he s...
Tags: New York, Law, Cars and Dealerships


Cop who shot neighbor in his own apartment indicted with murder

Amber Guyger, the Dallas cop who killed an unarmed neighbor in his own apartment then claimed she had thought she was in her apartment, was charged today with murder. Guyger, who was arrested and fired from her job as a Dallas police officer after the September shooting, initially faced a charge of manslaughter. But Dallas County District Attorney Faith Johnson had said a grand jury could issue a stiffer charge. Botham Jean's family has wanted Guyger to be indicted for murder, their attorney Dar...
Tags: Post, Crime, News, Law, Police, Dallas, Jean, Dallas County, Guyger, Faith Johnson, Daryl Washington, Botham Shem Jean, Botham Jean, CNN Guyger


Now available on Oyez: This week’s oral argument audio aligned with the transcripts

Oyez has posted the aligned audio and transcripts from this week’s oral arguments at the Supreme Court. The court heard argument this week in: Apple Inc. v. Pepper Nieves v. Bartlett Nutraceutical Corp. v. Lambert Carpenter v. Murphy Timbs v. Indiana   The post Now available on Oyez: This week’s oral argument audio aligned with the transcripts appeared first on SCOTUSblog.
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Indiana, Apple Inc, Oyez, Merits Cases, Pepper Nieves, Bartlett Nutraceutical Corp, Lambert Carpenter, Murphy Timbs


The ‘Warrior Gene’ Defense Will Get Appellate Consideration

I want to kill this defense and eat its liver, but it is beautiful.
Tags: Murder, Crime, Law, Courts, New Mexico, Warrior Gene


Your Money: We Went to a Steak Dinner Annuity Pitch. The Salesman Wasn’t Pleased.

Free meals have long been a tool that investment professionals use to reel in clients. Sometimes, the seminars could use a lot more context.
Tags: News, Insurance, Elderly, Annuities, American Equity Investment Life Holding Co, Equity Indexed Annuities, Arif M. Halaby


CMS Offers States Potential Routes To Undermine Obamacare

This could potentially leave lower-income, older, and sicker patients with less comprehensive coverage options.
Tags: Law, Cms, Health Care / Medicine


"Payless Opened a Fake Luxury Store, ‘Palessi,’ to See How Much People Would Pay for $20 Shoes."

Ad Week reports:[Payless]... invited groups of influencers to the grand opening of “Palessi” and asked their opinions on the “designer” wares. Party goers, having no idea they were looking at discount staples from the mall scene, said they’d pay hundreds of dollars for the stylish shoes, praising the look, materials and workmanship. Top offer: $640, which translates to an 1,800 percent markup, and Palessi sold about $3,000 worth of product in the first few hours of the stunt.Payless, or “Palessi...
Tags: Coffee, Shopping, Law, Advertising, Shoes, Party, Trump, Payless, Ann Althouse, Folger, Palessi


Driver's License Issues: Obtaining a Florida License After Getting a New License

My question involves a driver's license issued by the State of: FL Back in 2005 I stupidly got my license revoked for five years for two DUIs in Florida. I completed all the requirements, except for the interlock device because I moved North and did not drive for awhile even though I could have tried to. Then I moved to NC and applied for a license. I answered all the questions truthfully on the DL app and was issued a license. I did not have a valid license to turn over to them at that time, o...
Tags: Florida, Law, Driver's Licenses


"For centuries in China, the phrase 'four generations under one roof' was synonymous with the ideal family."

"In just a few short words, it encapsulated the dreams of fertility, longevity, and harmony to which hundreds of millions of Chinese aspired. Today, however, the country’s traditional, tight-knit family unit is under siege from a combination of declining birth rates, delayed marriages, and domestic migration. No demographic has been harder-hit by these changes than the 240 million Chinese over the age of 60. A recently published report estimates that as of 2016, the number of elderly Chinese liv...
Tags: Psychology, Law, Relationships, China, Ann Althouse


New York State - Paystub

My question involves labor and employment law for the state of: New York In New York State, how long after an employee is paid is it the law that they receive a pay stub? Full-time employee, salaried. My employer has not been giving pay stubs regularly for over a year, because the company has not been paying our taxes, Social Security, Medicare, etc. We have not had a paystub now for months. Thank you for your help.
Tags: New York, Law, New York State, Employment and Labor, Social Security Medicare, New York State Paystub


Thomas Farr’s Failure To Disenfranchise One Additional Black Man Sinks Nomination

The Republicans needed ONE black man in America to go along with their racist plans, and couldn't get him.
Tags: Law, Republicans, America, Courts, Tim Scott, Thomas Farr, Voter Suppression


Fantastic face transplant.

Cameron Underwood was injured from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, which left him in need of a #facetransplant. Plastic surgeon Dr. Eduardo D. Rodriguez completed a successful face transplant surgery on Cameron in January 2018. His miraculous comeback. https://t.co/qGvEIEKKX1 pic.twitter.com/EsPUrADWW9— NYU Langone Health (@nyulangone) November 29, 2018 [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Law, Cameron, Surgery, Ann Althouse, NYU Langone Health, Cameron Underwood, Eduardo D Rodriguez



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