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A Cheater’s Guide To Zealous Advocacy

A Cheater’s Guide To Zealous Advocacy By Matt Mong The California Court of Appeal for the Second Appellate District recently affirmed the old adage that “cheaters never prosper,” in Yu v. University of La Verne, (2011) No. B229949.  Specifically, the Court...

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How far will the SLAPP Statute go? Recent Developments show it Extends to Residential Home Transactions where, much to the Chagrin of Homeowners, Renters Inform Potential Buyers of Sex Offenders in the Neighborhood.

How far will the SLAPP Statute go?  Recent Developments show it Extends to Residential Home Transactions where, much to the Chagrin of Homeowners, Renters Inform Potential Buyers of Sex Offenders in the Neighborhood. By: Dugan P. Kelley, July 2011 Remember the...

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Provisional Remedies in a Wave of Foreclosures

Provisional Remedies in a Wave of Foreclosures By Matt Clarke, February 2011 According to RealtyTrac (www.realtytrac.com), one in every two hundred California housing units received a foreclosure notice in January 2011.  The hardest hit areas are in the middle of...

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Construction Law Changes – 2011

Construction Law Changes – 2011 As in so many other areas, 2011 has brought several changes to the legal landscape in construction.  Changes To Mechanic’s Lien Procedure: A set of simple but important changes to the Mechanics lien statutes went into effect...

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Top 5 Actions to Create a Stronger Marriage

Top 5 Actions to Create a Stronger Marriage

Take these Five Actions to Create a Stronger Marriage Create a Stronger Marriage:  Over the course of my career as a divorce lawyer, I have been provided with the unique opportunity to evaluate relationships of people from most ethnic, social, and economic...

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