Category Archives: Articles

What You Need to Know About Workplace Lawsuits

By | December 21, 2011

Trouble in the workplace can be a major issue for a lot of people. After all, you likely spend around 40 hours a week at your place of work – time that could otherwise be spent with friends and family. A hostile work environment can put a damper on your entire daily routine, and the fact that you… Read More »

What Product Liability Means to Your Potential Lawsuit

By | December 19, 2011

We’ve all heard the stories in the news: a product has failed, and someone who was hurt or injured as a result of that failure is filing a lawsuit. It might seem like an unlikely scenario – at least, until product liability becomes a major part of your life.

Hiring Someone Soon? Learn These Three Legal Tips

By | December 14, 2011

Hiring an employee is not as simple as it once was. Payroll taxes, social security, long lines for job interviews – they all make the entire process seem convoluted and bloated. But if you really need to add labor to your company, it’s important that you’re able to navigate the legal minefield of new hires without ever feeling… Read More »

Is Your Attorney Doing a Good Job, or it it Time to Change?

By | December 6, 2011

Having a lawyer represent you can be exciting, especially if it’s a new experience. They have a lot of legal knowledge and legal access that you don’t, which makes them seem like an expert even if they’re not an expert in particular. It’s also good to know that you have someone in your corner, who is thinking about… Read More »

A New Profitable EU Immigration Policy

By | December 2, 2011

Given the new globalisation effects in modern societies and the consequences of the financial crisis, EU adopted a new approach towards immigration policy. This European policy intends to establish bilateral and multilateral agreements with EU neighbours and other countries presenting immigration flows towards the EU, in order to benefit the human capital from the countries concerned.

Parenting During the Holidays: Three Steps to Create the Best Experience

By | November 23, 2011

The end of the year holiday visitation schedule can either result In a peaceful, memorable time for parents and their children, or it can  become a painful  exercise in frustration. I have encountered many families and their parenting arrangements in  my decades as a family law attorney.  Needless to say, I’ve observed the best and worst examples of… Read More »

New CA Restraining Order Law – Will this Law Protect the Children?

By | November 4, 2011

Long Term Restraining Orders Granted as Part of a Criminal Domestic Violence Conviction The good news is that  domestic-violence victims throughout California will be able to obtain long-term protective orders the instant their assailants are criminally convicted, rather than endure a multistep process that can drag on for months. This new law will take effect January 1, 2012.… Read More »

Child Abuse and Child Custody

By | November 2, 2011

Courts take serious their responsibility to protect children. A parent who neglects or abuses a child is almost always seen as unfit to have custody and may even be limited or restricted in visiting with the child. CHILD CUSTODY Any behavior that is detrimental to the health or welfare of the child by those seeking custody will be… Read More »

Five Real Estate Documents You Need to Understand

By | October 31, 2011

The business of real estate – even in a slow economy with low house prices like our current state of affairs – is a big one. Real estate transactions happen every day, and a lot of people need to take out loans just to pay for one purchase. That’s because real estate deals with land and living property… Read More »

How Workers’ Compensation Might Save Your Business

By | October 28, 2011

For most businesses, investments are made with an eye on generating results you can see. A business might launch an advertising campaign and then track the new sales made online. Or they might start a new hiring initiative for their sales department and hope their revenues grow. It can be a little trickier to invest in something you… Read More »