The 10 Worst Mistakes People Make When They’re Being Deposed – Part 1 of 3

By Carole Lieberman, M.D., M.P.H., Forensic Psychiatrist/Expert Witness Part 1 of a 3 Part Series As a Forensic Psychiatrist/Expert Witness for over 20 years, I have had the opportunity to review countless deposition transcripts and videos. Whether retained by the plaintiff or defense, I have not ceased to be amazed at the incredible, costly and sometimes [...]

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The Rule 41 of Olympic Charter under the Legal view and after the Supreme Court of Brazil extradition case

Since some new sports became Olympic many questions about the citizenship begun to raise throughout the world and some medias, occupied in spread some fake news, made the question grew up even more over the minds of some athletes, sponsors and sports management companies. The Rule 41 from the Olympic Charter is very clear about [...]

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New Level in Gaming

Whoever said, “playing games, doesn’t pay the bills” clearly didn’t realize the impact it would have.  The gaming industry, growing at an exponential rate and reportedly worth Five Billion Dollars, is, unfortunately, yet to be regulated to protect the respective involved parties and their interests.  That was until head honcho gamer Turner Tenny p/k/a “Tfue” [...]

By | 2019-08-26T14:38:20-08:00 August 26th, 2019|Member Articles|1 Comment

Tell us what’s on your mind, legally speaking

Write and submit an article about a recent legal case or ruling, a hot legal topic of interest, practice tips, tech tips, your latest success, a “don’t make this mistake” or “what to avoid” suggestion, or news from your firm. Approved articles original to you should be 400-500 words and include the author’s name, firm [...]

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Dr. Seuss and Fair Use, What 20+ Years Will Do!

Dr. Seuss and Fair Use, What 20+ Years Will Do! By Scott Hervey Over twenty years ago, the Ninth Circuit decided the case of Dr. Seuss Enterprises., LP v. Penguin Books USA, Inc.  That case involved a copyright infringement lawsuit brought by Dr. Seuss over a book entitled The Cat NOT in the Hat! A Parody [...]

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Letter from the President of the BHBA Barristers

By Jack McMorrow, President, Beverly Hills Bar Association Barristers Earlier this week, when discussing how much was going on in our work and personal lives, I jokingly asked a fellow Barristers Member if she knew any young attorney that was not exhausted and did not have too much on his/her plate. While not necessarily 100% [...]

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We Hope That You Notice …

We Hope That You Notice. . .What We’ve Been Up To at the BHBA By LaVonne Lawson, President, Beverly Hills Bar Association The Supreme Court Luncheon We recently hosted our 65th Annual Supreme Court Luncheon. It was an incredible event and an honor to have in attendance the Supreme Court of California. Each year at [...]

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