Disability Benefits: Beneficiary Committing Illegal Bank Transfers from Rep Payee Account to His

Beneficiary has had ATM & cell phone access to his funds for years and the bank never caught on or monitored these accounts. He's been committing account takeover of rep payee's account because she is old and and it's her son taking it. But the deposits are still illegal, there's account overages of the limit, mixing of their benefits, and other illegal acts. Brought it to bank managers attention and asked her to look at elders history. No bills paid, pay day loans consuming all of her money eve...
Tags: Law, Social Security Law

Criminal Investigations: Made Report to Police Re Bro Crimes Now I'm the Suspect

My question involves police conduct in the State of: CA Called police to file elder financial abuse my brother is doing to our mom. Gave cop copy of their bank statements showing him illegally doing an in house transfer from mom's personal SS deposit account into his where he is the beneficiary of disability and my mom was the rep payee. 1. It's illegal for any other deposits to be made into a rep payee account. 2. It's against the law for the beneficiary to have direct access to his funds. 3. ...
Tags: Law, Police Investigations

At the Mouse-in-the-Headlights Café...

... where do you think you're going? [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Law, Mouse, Drawing, Ann Althouse

A piecemeal, but promising start for Laura’s Law to help severely mentally ill in California

UC Riverside medical students Josue Reynaga and Betty Nguyen gather information from Annette Alonzo, 53, and William Robinett, 53, from their camp near the intersection of Tyler Street and Hole Avenue during the Tuesday, Jan. 29, homeless count.(Photo by Will Lester, The Press-Enterprise/SCNG) A homeless woman along 9th Street in San Bernardino listens to Sheriff deputy Mike Jones as he gathers the womans information during the San Bernardino County 2019 Point-in-Time Homeless Count in downto...
Tags: News, Law, California, Government, Senate, Virginia, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Nevada, Pasadena, Orange County, Mike Jones, Nevada County, San Bernardino, Gale

SCOTUStalk: Justices confront constitutional “hot mess” in Peace Cross case

We are delighted to introduce the first episode of our new podcast, SCOTUStalk. Hosted by SCOTUSblog contributors, the podcast will take a “plain English” look at events and topics relating to the Supreme Court. This week, NPR’s Nina Totenberg joins Amy Howe, of Howe on the Court, for a look back at Wednesday’s oral argument in American Legion v. American Humanist Association, the challenge to the constitutionality of a 40-foot-tall, 93-year-old cross that stands on a traffic median in the Washi...
Tags: Featured, Supreme Court, Law, Washington, Court, Npr, American Legion, Howe, Nina Totenberg, Amy Howe, American Humanist Association

Cohen Week Is Finally Over — See Also

JAIL TIME FOR STUDENT ACCUSED OF CYBERSTALKING:After Law School rejection AOC DIDN'T GET REJECTED FROM LAW SCHOOL: She didn't apply because it was too expensive. Finally, the crippling expense of legal education works out for society. ADMITTED STUDENTS WEEKEND: Or, as we used to call it, "fresh fish." BIGLAW FIRM SANCTIONED: Accused of "willful disobedience" of the court. BIGLAW PARTNER UPGRADING: When your $4 million apartment just isn't enough anymore, it's time to buy an $8 million apartm...
Tags: Law, Cohen, See Also

Coverage for Climate Change

Presentation at ABA’s Insurance Coverage Litigation Seminar on coverage for climate change in Tucson this morning. My co-panelists were Rina Carmel and Karin Aldama  it was our fifth year of presenting together. [Author: Tred Eyerly]
Tags: Climate Change, Insurance, Aba, Tucson, Tred Eyerly, Karin Aldama, Rina Carmel

The Passing of Rothco Founder Milton Somberg

It is with great sadness that Rothco announces beloved founder Milton Somberg, has passed away at the age of 95. Milton is remembered by family, employees, and customers as a kind-hearted, brilliant man who created not only a company but a legacy, one which continues to flourish in the spirit of the Rothco brand today. We mourn the passing of a great man whose spirit and enthusiasm for business and for Rothco will forever be missed. Besides being a pioneer in our industry, Milton was devoted to ...
Tags: Brooklyn, Military, Howard, Milton, Neil, Marilyn, Rothco, Marc, Atlantic Avenue, Lower East Side of Manhattan, Rothco NY, Great Jones Street, Milton Somberg, Morris Rothenberg Sons Dealing

Clarence Thomas Has Been Actively Lobbying For Neomi Rao, Which Would Bother People If We Were Still Bothered By Things

I guess we already know how Thomas would rule on any Rao opinions appealed to him. That's... not how this is supposed to work.
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Courts, Thomas, Clarence Thomas, Rao, Neomi Rao

Non-Compete Agreements: Non-Compete Agreement - for Brand New Engineering Job

My question involves labor and employment law for the state of: NJ I was hired for a new position as an engineer in a medical device company. It is very small in size, and they sent me a generic Non-Compete to review and sign. This is the first time I have read one, and had the following questions. 1. Should the Non-Compete include language about physical distance from Company where the Non-Compete is active? For example, can I work in California in the same industry? 2. It says that the Non...
Tags: Law, California, Employment and Labor, Company, Conflicting Organization

Maximum Shot Distance: How Far Will These Guys Shoot?

Hunting personalities are questioned about maximum shot distance and give answers to the question, "How far will you shoot a deer with a... Read more... The post Maximum Shot Distance: How Far Will These Guys Shoot? appeared first on
Tags: Hunting, Shot Placement, Bowhunting Blog, Distance Judging, How far is too far

"Mexican officials are carrying out the Trump administration’s immigration agenda across broad stretches of the border..."

"... undercutting the Mexican government’s promises to defend migrants and support their search for a better life. The Mexican authorities are blocking groups of migrants at border towns, refusing to allow them onto international bridges to apply for asylum in the United States, intercepting unaccompanied minors before they can reach American soil, and helping to manage lists of asylum seekers on behalf of the American authorities to limit the number of people crossing the border. Breaking with ...
Tags: Law, Mexico, United States, Tijuana, Trump, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, Lopez Obrador, Ann Althouse, Trump and immigration

This Biglaw Partner Founded More Than Just An Elite Law Firm

This partner is known for more than just his legal practice.
Tags: Law, Biglaw, Trivia Question of the Day

"I try not to get too New Age-y. I don’t talk about things being 'for a reason.' But I do think the more unexpected something is..."

"... the more there is to learn from it. In my case, what was it that made me skip down the hallway to the kitchen thinking I was fine when I’d been in a wheelchair six months earlier? It’s because I had certain optimistic expectations of myself, and I’d had results to bear out those expectations, but I’d had failures too. And I hadn’t given the failures equal weight."Said Michael J. Fox, about breaking his arm, quoted in "Michael J. Fox on acting with Parkinson’s, taking the wrong roles and sta...
Tags: Health, Law, Drugs, Fox, Michael J Fox, New Age, Parkinson, Michael Pollan, Ann Althouse, Michael Pollan Pollan

How Austin’s Tech Boom Is Propelling The City Up The Rankings [Sponsored]

So what does this mean for law firms and lawyers in Austin? Growth, of course!
Tags: Texas, Technology, Law, Austin, Biglaw, Sponsored Content, Lateral Moves, Lateral Link, Miranda Ganguly, Mainspring Legal

California AG Says Journalist Broke The Law By Obtaining A List Of Convicted Officers Via A Public Records Request

The AG stepping in to tell journalists they can't have a document they already have is the wrong kind of audacious.
Tags: Law, California, Police, Government, AG, Techdirt, California AG, Public Records Request, Media and Journalism

"For weeks, President Trump has been criticized for exaggerating the brutality experienced by migrant women on the border as he makes his case for a wall."

"A Rose Garden address in January was only one of the times when Mr. Trump has made the claim: 'Women are tied up. They’re bound. Duct tape put around their faces, around their mouths. In many cases, they can’t even breathe. They’re put in the backs of cars or vans or trucks.' If the president was suggesting that such savagery occurs daily on America’s southern border, then he was indeed exaggerating.... But there is some truth to the president’s descriptions of the threat of sexual assault and ...
Tags: Texas, Crime, Law, America, Rape, Trump, Ann Althouse, Trump and immigration, Carrizo Springs, United States The Times

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: Manhattan Community Access Corp. v. Halleck United States v. Haymond Mont v. United States The American Legion v. American Humanist Association   The post Now available on Oyez: This week’s oral argument audio aligned with the transcripts appeared first on SCOTUSblog.
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, American Humanist Association, Oyez, Merits Cases, Manhattan Community Access Corp, Halleck United States, Haymond Mont, United States The American Legion

Biglaw Firm Sanctioned Over ‘Willful Disobedience’ Of Court

The Biglaw firm's representation of a porn studio/copyright troll has landed them in trouble with a federal judge... again.
Tags: Technology, Law, Copyright, Intellectual Property, Biglaw, Quote Of The Day, Fox Rothschild, Carolyn Delaney, Strike 3, Lincoln Bandlow

"Art wins over propaganda. Why?"/"All the time, yeah. Nothing wins over art."

"Nothing is powerful enough to stand in the way of art. Whatever artistic merit the [Soviet 'realist'] canvases have stays as a permanent part of them, and the propagandistic aspect disappears as the context — the political context — disappears. All that’s left, in some sense, is the pure art and the craftsmanship. At some point, some of the paintings I have are just very realistic renditions of working-class people. All the propaganda is disappearing, so it’s very interesting to have those arti...
Tags: Art, Marriage, Law, Jordan, Propaganda, Peterson, Ann Althouse, Tyler Cowan, Jordan Peterson

It’s A Law School Party And You Are Invited

Admitted student receptions can be an extremely valuable tool for making one of the most important decisions of a lawyer’s life.
Tags: Law, Law Schools, Career Services, Law Students, Nicholas Alexiou, Admitted Students Receptions, Law School Party

The Legal Tech Renaissance And Making It Work For You [Sponsored]

Technology providers will need to focus on ease of use, competitive pricing, and quicker implementations to drive more holistic and faster digital transformation for in-house counsel.
Tags: Technology, Law, Artificial Intelligence, Legal Tech, Legal Technology, Sponsored Content, In-House Counsel, Contract Management, ContractPodAi

I Make $140K, Have Great Benefits — But Have No Idea What My Passion Is

In our series My 6-Figure Paycheck , women making more than $100,000 open up about how they got there and what exactly they do. We take a closer look at what it feels like to be a woman making six figures — when only 5% of American women make that much, according to the U.S. Census — w ith the hope it will give women insight into how to better navigate their own career and salary trajectories.Today, we chat with a chief of staff in Washington, D.C. Previously, we spoke to a lifecycle marketing ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Law, Washington, San Francisco, San Francisco CA, U S Census

The High Cost Of Legal Education Saved Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

Sometimes the best decisions are the ones that don't cost three years and hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Tags: Law, Law Schools, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

Private firm defends school factsheet on Momo hoax

Charities say parental guidance about scary-doll challenges may have worsened issueA private company that provides schools with internet safety material has insisted it behaved responsibility by issuing factsheets on the Momo challenge hoax, despite concerns it may have exacerbated the panic surrounding the issue.National Online Safety produced a factsheet entitled “What parents need to know about Momo”, which many UK schools sent home with children. Continue reading...
Tags: UK, Technology, Education, Children, Society, UK News, Child protection, Schools, Primary schools, Secondary Schools, Internet Safety, Momo Revisiting Contract And Commercial Management (A Conversation With IACCM, Part II)

IACCM is on a mission to improve the quality and integrity of trading relationships by simplifying contracts.
Tags: Technology, Law,, Ed Sohn, Contract Management, Sally Hughes, Peggy Chang Barber, Tim Cummins

Can You Get Out of a Vague Contract That Says You Have to Pay to Replace Yourself

My question involves labor and employment law for the state of: Maryland Is there a legal limit to what can be agreed on in a contract? In my own words, the contract states that if the teacher quits early, the teacher is required to pay the school the cost of replacing them with a new teacher. Are signed contracts binding no matter how vague they are? Is there an amount of money that it would be illegal for the employer to claim they need to replace the teacher? Is there a legal way to get...
Tags: Maryland, Law, Employment and Labor

Biglaw Firm’s Embarrassingly Sexist Blunder

Guess what? Cooking isn't just for women!
Tags: Cooking, Gender, Law, Recipes, Women's Issues, Biglaw, The Jabot, Taft Stettinius & Hollister, Jessica Manger

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