In the wake of a subscriber complaint, the State Bar on Monday is addressing censorship on its member list serves. The e-mail discussion groups are a popular State Bar member benefit and cover section topics such as elder law and ...Read More »
Hey, did you catch the Superbowl? Of course you did. You know who won, too!Read More »
It seems only natural that a law student who also holds an MBA would concentrate his coursework in business and transactional law.Read More »
The big holiday is next Monday.
Not Valentine's Day. I'm talking about National Clean out Your Computer Day, which is probably of greater interest to you if you're at all like Sheldon on "The Big Bang Theory."
Sandy McGee had the recent pleasure of playing the “$100 bill fairy” on New Year’s Eve Day at work, distributing crisp, new bills to all staff. Sure, everyone would’ve preferred to stay home from The Schroeder Group Attorneys at Law that day.Read More »
Without Vince Lombardi, could the Green Bay Packers have pulled off their astonishing victory over the Dallas Cowboys in the 1967 NFL Championship Game, better known as the “Ice Bowl?”Read More »
Personal injury attorneys in California probably like to joke about the cheapness of lawyers at Bay-area insurance-defense firm Low, Ball & Lynch. It’s a real firm, with a really bad name. And is it any wonder that Argue & Phibbs, in Sligo, Ireland, is no longer a going concern?
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Patrick Scharmer remembers when he and his wife executed their first set of wills, when their children were very young.Read More »
Family practitioners increasingly find themselves facing a new issue in custody and divorce cases: an accusation of sexual addiction.Read More »
Sure, times are tough, and there might not be excess cash for a holiday party. But there's no need to be a Scrooge.Read More »
Attorney Tony O'Malley didn't quite know what to think his wife, Sandie, gave him a gift certificate for massage therapy, meditation and yoga classes a couple of years ago. He put it away after the holidays and nearly forgot about it - he was way too busy practicing law to actually think about his own mental and physical health, after all.Read More »
Brookfield attorney Martin L. Ditkof's father died at age 54. It left a huge impression on Ditkof, 53, who wanted to be able to manage his practice in a way that would let him enjoy life as well.Read More »