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Do-it-yourself dangers

January 27, 2016
Where there’s a will, there’s a way to do it yourself with Internet services such as LegalZoom, Nolo and Rocket Lawyer. But attorneys say relying on online form providers for long-term financial and estate planning may not be the wisest investment.More.

Manning's legal team looked into documentary

February 5, 2016
Private investigators working for Peyton Manning visited the source of a report that he and other star athletes had obtained performance-enhancing drugs before the documentary aired late last year, according to a report from The Washington Post on Thursday.More.

As drone sales soar, legal and regulatory atmosphere remains turbulent

January 27, 2016
Attorneys are at the horizon of what could be a new body of law involving drones, some of which could be decided by the courts.More.

Attorneys, courts feel drop in bankruptcy filings

January 27, 2016
Bankruptcy attorney Mark S. Zuckerberg recently described the current state of his practice: “Nobody’s coming into my office; nobody’s calling me; nobody’s paying me.” His loneliness can be tied to the drop in bankruptcy filings. In 2015, petitions nationally fell to 860,182, an 11 percent decline from 2014 and the lowest number of filings since 2007.More.

Study commission repeal endangering probate code needs

January 27, 2016
Since the Probate Code Study Commission was eliminated as part of a 2014 law that reduced the number of interim study committees, certain legislators and attorneys have mounted an effort to get the commission reinstated.More.
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  1. Seems that this Law Org. is already in the LGBT camp As Lawyers, I don't believe that you understand your Constitution. As Lawyers, for a Judge to participate in a SSM just prior to voting FOR it, is NOT bias, prejudicial and a conflict at all. Never heard of recuse. The SCOTUS cannot strike down what was never Legislated. No "ban" Law was Legislated, only 'assumed' that an exclusion "banned" with no direct "words" to that effect. Can Orientations get Married? I thought only Genders can Marry. With only two Genders isn't one of each, perfect equality? Isn't two of the same Genders, discrimination against the opposite Gender? Do you know of any Govt. entity that can do this? Even single entities have to allow two Genders to enter or apply. Where in the 14th A. does it mention Federal involvement? The Constitution directs the States to make Laws following the Constitution. Marriage between the ONLY two Genders in our Society is Perfect equality Constitutionally. The Constitution protects Genders, NOT Orientations, much less Homosexuality. There are Hundreds of Orientations, so why this one? Our Constitution was NOT meant to protect "classes of people" it would implode. As Lawyers, 'proof' is critical. No Homosexual can provide any 'proof' that they are one. In their Brain is NOT 'proof'. Can you look out into a crowd and pick-out a Homosexual? Isn't this fraud, being unknown and asking for Benefits, like a fake IRS Agent, asking for Benefits, that cannot provide any 'proof' of his "claim" to be? 100% of Society can pick-out a Black Man, but 100% of Society cannot pick-out a Homosexual. They have a Right to be Homosexual an Orientation, nut not to gain from it. Pity

  2. NOT EVER to be invited to so speak are the political dissidents and whisteblowers indicted in Texas yesterday .... "David R. Daleiden, 27, the director of the center, had posed as a biotechnology representative to infiltrate Planned Parenthood affiliates and surreptitiously record his efforts to procure tissue for research. Another center employee, Sandra S. Merritt, 62, was indicted on a felony charge of tampering with a governmental record." No, some dissidents and whistleblowers just cannot be countenanced in polite neo-American society. (As I know firsthand.)

  3. Oh for the good ole days when coke was cool.