Texas has lots of lawyers who are flamboyant and get results or at least get results in the media. Racehorse Haynes is my favorite (successfully defended Cullen Davis and almost successfully defended Dr. John Hill who was murdered after his … Continue reading
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Here’s an interesting video in which a juror describes her experience serving on a jury.
While doing a little bit of legal research today, I came across the case Tex-Goober Company v. Los Angeles Nut House, Inc. Now that’s a case title that grabs my attention! Here’s the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals’ introduction to … Continue reading
Governor Jerry Brown signed AB-1522 which requires California employers to provide 24 hours or 3 days in each year of sick leave to any employee who works in California for 30 or more days within from the employee’s first day … Continue reading
TrialPad is a great app for iPad users. In connection with Apple TV, you can show documents and videos from your iPad to a TV screen for use in trial, arbitration or mediation or for any other purpose. I even … Continue reading
The California Supreme Court just announced that it has adopted a “Civility” Oath Rule that new attorneys will be required to take upon admission to the California Bar. It will be added to Title 9 of the California Rules of … Continue reading
It is Monday, the day when heretics are most active. I never heard of the Bay Area Commuter Benefits Program until today when I read this. (The article was on a blog authored by employer defense law firm Carothers DiSante … Continue reading