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Tips for Writing Legal Depo Summaries

Tips for Writing Legal Depo Summaries

Depositions help you throughout civil litigation. There’s pertinent information to learn about interrogations, meetings, briefs, and more. The lawyer has to put all of this into a summary to save time. Here are some tips for writing legal depo summaries….

What NOT To Do Following a Motorcycle Accident

What NOT To Do Following a Motorcycle Accident

Being involved in a motorcycle accident isn’t something anyone wants to think about. It’s scary, serious, and the hope is that it never occurs. Unfortunately, even if you’re the safest rider out there and follow all the rules of the…

The Way People Can Easily Advertise Their Law Firms

The Way People Can Easily Advertise Their Law Firms

Specialization in Legal Advertising There are many law firms that specialize in certain types of legal advertising. Here are some things to keep in mind when advertising for a personal injury law firm. Don’t be arrogant or pretentious. You can sound…

How Can I Pick A Terrific Personal Injury Lawyer?

Personal harm cases have a tendency to be severe troubles. They often Involve considerable injury, long term disability, in addition to death. Victims trust the personal injury lawyer to recover monetary damage that must pay their remedies, replace entirely missing…

Tips on How to Pick the Right Family Attorney

Tips on How to Pick the Right Family Attorney

Affairs to do with family law can prove to be very stressful and emotional. Family law matters include divorce, child support, mediation, marriage, visitation rights, adoption, paternity, and division of assets. Trying to solve such sensitive cases can either be…

Procedural Posture

Defendants appealed the affirmation of an arbitration award by the Superior Court of California, County of Orange. California Business Lawyer & Corporate Lawyer, Inc. is a Business Lawyer in Los Angeles Overview Plaintiffs and defendants agreed to alternative dispute resolution…

What Are the Three Burdens of Proof?

What Are the Three Burdens of Proof?

In any court case, one or both parties have something they need to prove. In a criminal case, the prosecutor will need to prove the defendant’s guilt. Personal injury cases require that the claimant prove that someone else was responsible…

Procedural Posture

Procedural Posture

In an action by plaintiffs Salmon Norway, Inc., on behalf of themselves and other former tenants, brought under the unfair competition law, Cal. Bus. & Prof. Code §17200 et seq., in which plaintiffs alleged unlawful assessments of nonrefundable tenant charges,…

The trial court instructed the jury

The trial court instructed the jury

A jury of the Superior Court of Santa Clara County, California, found defendant guilty of battery causing serious bodily injury and of assault by means of force likely to produce great bodily injury under Pen. Code, §§ 242, 245. The…

Procedural Posture

Procedural Posture

Plaintiff construction company sought review of an order of the Superior Court of Los Angeles County, California, denying its motion to strike 18 causes of action in a cross-complaint filed against defendant City of Los Angeles. Overview It is unknow…

OverviewOverview

OverviewOverview

HOLDINGS: [1]-In determining whether to classify workers as employees or as independent contractors for purposes of California’s wage orders enacted under the authority of Cal. Const., art. XIV, § 1, and Lab. Code, §§ 1173, 1178, 1178.5, 1182, 1185, the…