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  • Lawsuits Over Cyberbullying
      by HG.org

    For generations, bullying has been a problem on the playground and in the classroom. However, with more children having access to electronic devices, a new form of bullying has formed: cyberbullying. This form of bullying can sometimes rise to the level of a criminal offense or a tort in which the parents of a bullied child may be able to recover on a monetary level for the suffering their child has endured.

  • Class Actions: Nuisance or Necessity?

    Are Class Actions a nuisance or necessity? In this article I will discuss what class actions are and why they are an indispensable tool of defense against injuries suffered due to bad business practices.

  • Failure to Disclose in California Real Estate Transactions

    California places heavy legal responsibilities on the seller in a real estate transaction to provide “meaningful disclosures” about the property they are attempting to sell. The failure to disclose known defects or issues that affect the “value or desirability” of the property can result in substantial liability to seller and their agent(s), and often result in litigation. It is not appropriate for a seller to simply list a property “as-is.”

  • Resolving Breach of Contract Without Expensive and Time Consuming Litigation

    There are definitely reasons to consider filing a breach of contract lawsuit even though you intend to find another path to resolve the situation. Filing the lawsuit puts the breaching party on notice that you are serious about holding them accountable, and may strengthen their resolve to cooperate to find a positive solution to the breach.

  • Social Media Best Practices for Healthcare Providers

    Social media continues to change how we communicate.

  • Litigation in Virtual and Augmented Reality

    What the internet is today to lawyers is an established disruption of prior ways of practice. The internet has now been around long enough to where services and products have matured to make lawyers’ lives more efficient and productive.

  • Can You Get a Subpoena without a Lawyer?
      by HG.org

    A subpoena is an order from the court demanding that someone or something be provided to assist in a case. Lawyers who are licensed in the state usually have the power to issue a subpoena. However, individuals who are a party to a lawsuit and other individuals may also be able to issue a subpoena, depending on the rules of civil or criminal procedure in the court that has jurisdiction of the case.

  • Can You Sue a Spouse for Theft?
      by HG.org

    During the course of a marriage, one spouse may steal an asset that the other spouse considers to be his or her own property. Whether the victimized spouse can sue the other spouse for theft depends on a number of factors. State law largely determines this issue.

  • How Can a Lawyer Help You in Small Claims Court?
      by HG.org

    Small claims court provides an alternative avenue for individuals to pursue claims of a lower value, usually for a maximum claim of $5,000. These proceedings tend to be less formal than other types of court proceedings. However, a lawyer’s experience and knowledge may make the difference between winning or losing a case.

  • The Perils of Do-it-Yourself Internet Law

    There is an unmistakable trend revealing itself in growing numbers of new cases: the “Instant Internet Lawyer.” This term refers to a growing corps of do-it-yourself amateur attorneys who believe that a few hours of web research, aided and abetted perhaps with discussions with total strangers on blogs, they are qualified to handle their own legal matters. Internet or no Internet, the old rule still applies: a person who handles his or her own legal matter has a fool for a client.


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