Category Archives: General Public Interest

Constitutionality of Home Search in Question

On November 20, 2020, the U.S. Supreme Court in the case of CANIGLIA, EDWARD A. vs. STROM, ROBERT F., ET AL. (Case Number 20 -157), granted the Petition for a Writ of Certiorari, which is the procedure in which the Supreme Court is asked by a litigant who is challenging a case (akin to an … Read More

Is an Exceptional Attorney Essential?

Is there a distinction between essential and exceptional? How essential is it to choose the superb things we do and seek an outstanding result? Is an exceptional attorney essential? Perhaps, many individuals might have been content in utilizing a physician, dentist, accountant, and/or an attorney as long as they were not inferior. However, is it … Read More

Is An Exceptional Lawyer Essential?

Do you consider an “exceptional” lawyer to be essential? Will you truly be content employing a mediocre attorney? There may have been a point when one distinguished between exceptional and essential. In the past, many individuals may have been content in utilizing a physician, dentist, accountant, an attorney and/or any professional, perhaps as long as … Read More

Unanimous Jury Verdict is Required in Serious Crimes

Today, in the case of RAMOS vs LOUISIANA, April 20, 2020 (No. 18-5924), the U.S. Supreme Court ruled a unanimous jury verdict  is required in cases involving serious crimes. It held the Sixth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, which guarantees the right to a jury trial, also requires the verdict in serious crimes to be … Read More

Coronavirus: School of Higher Learning

Currently, we have a Coronavirus Pandemic, but we can also turn a crisis into an opportunity; and, use some of our time as a SCHOOL OF HIGHER LEARNING. If we have children, they can learn what they may never have in school. … for an hour a day, if not more. For adults, we can … Read More

Serious Ongoing Concerns re: Hacking on the Internet

Hackers are highly motivated to obtain and then sell &/or use the information they obtain from illegal means of accessing the online files and records we have for illegal gain.  As such, there are serious ongoing hacking concerns each of us must be vigilant accessing the internet. In a most recent newspaper account, there was … Read More

WHAT YOU SAY CAN REALLY HELP

Whether it is Valentine’s Day, an Anniversary, Holiday or Birthday, what you say can really help; it not only leaves a lasting impression, but it can bring a smile to the person with whom you are communicating, or because of the occasion you are celebrating. The same thing can be true when we SMILE, whether … Read More

Check Your Auto Insurance Policy Coverage

If you have not recently checked your automobile insurance policy and coverage page, this is a good time of the year to review your benefits (and the limitations or exclusions). Notably, automobile insurance rates are set primarily by a driver’s safety record and their annual miles driven. The following is for INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY, and … Read More

Voidable Employer Agreements

A “voidable” agreement is one that may appear at the outset to be capable of being enforced, however, it can thereafter be attacked, invalidated, nullified, deemed not binding, void and unenforceable. In contrast, a “void” agreement from the beginning cannot be legally enforced. On October 13, 2019, the governor signed Assembly Bill 51, to be … Read More

Independent Contractor or Employee?

On September 18, 2019, California Governor Newsom signed into law Assembly Bill 5 that establishes  the minimum requirements to be classified as an “Independent Contractor;” otherwise effective January 1, 2020, these individuals will be deemed employees with all of the rights and benefits typically afforded to workers. The background for the new law stems from … Read More