Let Me Check My Calendar!

I’m a little obsessed with my computer and internet based calendars. And for good reason.  I can’t remember when to do anything unless I have it “written down” somewhere. Ironically, in the age of the DayTimer calendaring system, I never maintained a written schedule. But the practice of law involves a host of dates and… Read More »

A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

That old adage, “a picture is worth a thousand words“, is never more true than when litigating car accident cases. A good photograph of the accident scene can very often make or break one’s case. Yet I can’t tell you how often clients come to me without such evidence. This is even more surprising when… Read More »

Don’t Win the Lottery Just Yet

A couple of weeks ago there was a story about a woman in California who came forward as the winner of the SuperLotto Plus Jackpot prize of $23 million just days before the winning ticket was about to expire. Apparently she never checked the ticket and had simply left it in her car. Luckily for her, her daughter… Read More »

Control Your Outcome – What the NFL Referee Lockout Teaches Family Law Clients

The settlement of the NFL referee lockout generated a sigh of relief throughout the country yesterday as the league and the referee’s union announced an agreement that put an end to the lockout. The workplace dispute resulted in three weeks of disarray, erroneous results, and a real economic impact the the league and it’s followers…. Read More »