Legal blogs & law blawgs

Guest law blogs and blawgs from lawyers, solicitors and legal professionals.

Depositions: A New Direction for New York

by ASchlossberg February 9, 2015 Administrative Law

Depositions: A New Direction for New York New York is making a significant change on the deposition front. A new deposition rule for the New York Commercial Division is on the horizon. Effective April 1, 2015, under Administrative Order 336a/14, New York courts will enact Rule 11-d of Section 202.70(g) per a December 22, 2014 […]

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Should Law Firms change to a New Fully Managed Print Service?

by Alex Hutchinson March 25, 2014 Business

A large % of the Law Firms we work with are called, on a daily basis, by salespeople trying to tell them why they should change their Printers to a New Fully Managed Print Service (whether they take the call or not is a different matter but they receive the calls non the less!) “We […]

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5 Craziest Lawsuits of All Time

by YouBlawg February 14, 2014 Law Blog

We’ve all heard of some crazy lawsuits, like the infamous McDonald’s coffee suit. However, we knew there had to be some crazier lawsuits out there. As such, we’ve put together this quick list of the strangest (and dumbest) lawsuits we could find on the internet. Thankfully, nobody actually won any of these lawsuits. A man […]

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Tips on how managed print services can reduce your law firm’s overheads

by Alex Hutchinson February 10, 2014 Blawg

There are massive opportunities to reduce your law firm’s spend on A4 Desktop Printing using Managed Print Services. The real bonus is you can realise these “bottom line” savings immediately with NO CAPITAL OUTLAY! – All you have to do is find the right supplier / partner to review this area with… and make it […]

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Mims v. Arrow Financial Services, LLC: Lawsuits Stemming from Automated Phone Calls Can be Brought in Federal or State Courts

by Adam J Krohn January 9, 2014 BigLaw

The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) was in enacted in 1991 in response to consumer complaints about the abuses of telephone technology. It was determined by Congress that because telemarketers were escaping state prohibitions on nuisance calls, federal legislation was necessary. Some of the invasive telemarketing practice the TCPA bans include: Placing automated calls to […]

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Is Your Spouses New Year’s Resolution To File For Divorce?

by Anna Shapiro January 8, 2014 Family Law

Divorce on New Year’s The traditional New Year’s Auld Lang Syne song may just sum it up. “Should Old Acquaintance be forgot, and never thought upon; The flames of Love extinguished, and fully past and gone.” Are you ringing in the New Year’s without your spouse this year? Many people think of the New Year […]

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The Impact of Drug or Alcohol Abuse on Government Disability Cases

by Brad January 7, 2014 Blawg

(US law) Drug or alcohol use can potentially impact the outcome of a social security claim and will be determined by the Social Security Administration (SSA). A professional social security doctor or advocacy professional is recommended to explore individual claimants cases further. Contributing Factor? The Social Security Administration is required to evaluate whether or not an individual’s substance […]

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Freezing the Assets

by EdwardHandsandLewis December 20, 2013 Divorce

By Martin Hill, Edward Hands and Lewis I know its December but asset freezing is nothing to do with the weather. What we have here is the court’s ability to prevent property  being transferred away by one spouse so that it does not form part of the overall pot on divorce. It is often a […]

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3 Ways to Make Your Divorce a Little Less Painful

by drew.kobb December 11, 2013 Divorce

Divorce can be a painful, drawn-out process that can scar people for the rest of their lives. While it’s impossible to make divorce truly easy, there are a few ways that you can make it easier. Here are 3 methods that might be able to help you through this time of change. 1.     Divorce Mediation […]

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Vincent v. The Money Store: Broadens the “False Name” Exception to the FDCPA

by Adam J Krohn December 10, 2013 BigLaw
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