Attorneys regularly counsel their clients regarding the unpredictability of juries. Less is said regarding the unpredictability of judges.

Read More

Who are the IRS’s favorite superheroes? The X-Men. The IRS loves to hear from ex-spouses, ex-business partners and ex-employees about taxpayers who may not have fully met their federal tax obligations.

Read More

I see another major law firm has been sued for legal malpractice by a hedge fund manager and a distressed investment firm who claim that their lawyers didn’t advise them about a particular term in a deal involving tens of millions of dollars, if not more.

Read More

Reprimanded teacher objects to disclosure of the reprimand. The appellate court’s opinion in Marken v. Santa Monica-Malibu Unif. Sch. Dist. (Jan. 24, 2012) No. B231787 is an excellent recap of the California Public Records Act with respect to disclosure of certain records of public employees.

Read More

If your business is continuing to suffer, is there any way to get out from under what may now appear to be an unfavorable lease?

Read More