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Statistics show that nearly 40,000 people died on American roads in 2016, and the National Highway Traffic Administration says 94% of those fatal car accidents were attributed to human error. Logic says eliminate the human from the equation and there will be far fewer accidents, right?
Posted by Sadat Montgomery on 2.25.18 in Miscellaneous - Technology.
Decorate your office with something your clients need.
Posted by Valerie Joglar on 1.30.15 in Miscellaneous.
Clients may present this letter to the Presiding Judge for course acceptance verification of American Integrity Courses online court ordered classes. This letter details course documentation, course content and its reliability of behavior modification through positive reinforcement.
Posted by Valerie Joglar on 1.3.15 in Miscellaneous.
An excellent resource to give your clients, this AIC price/contact list has valuable information for clients needing affordable court ordered classes
Posted by Valerie Joglar on 12.29.14 in Miscellaneous - Advertisement.
To help meet your client's needs, this informational flyer includes prices, classes and AIC contact information.
Posted by Valerie Joglar on 12.29.14 in Miscellaneous - Advertisement.
In a broadcast report concerning Plaintiff (P), CBS dramatized reports about P's conduct acting as court-appointed conservator of an elderly woman. When P sued CBS for defamation, CBS defended on Anti-SLAPP grounds. California Court of Appeals for the Third District held that Anti-SLAPP did not apply because: (1) as a Court-appointed conservator P is a “public official”, and (2) as a public official, P had to prove that CBS published defamatory statements about her with “actual malice” which P has not done. Judgment reversed.
Posted by Robin Mashal on 12.30.12 in Miscellaneous - Academic.
Justice Stevens retired from the U.S. Supreme Court in 2010, after serving at the High Court for 35 years. Justice Stevens was born April 20, 1920 in Chicago, Illinois. In 1941, he earned his bachelor of arts in English from the University of Chicago. Soon thereafter, he enlisted in the U.S. Navy, where he served as an intelligence officer from 1942 to 1945, and was awarded a Bronze Star for his service. He later attended Northwestern Univeristy School of Law from where he obtained his juris doctorate degree in 1947 magna cum laude. After finishing law school, Stevens clerked for Justice Wile
Posted by Robin Mashal on 11.8.12 in Miscellaneous - Newsworthy.
Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, was ranked seventh in 2012 Princeton Review's Best 167 Law Schools for “Best Professors”.
Posted by Robin Mashal on 1.15.12 in Miscellaneous - Newsworthy.
U.S. News & World Report’s 2012 edition of “America’s Best Graduate Schools" ranks Loyola Law School Los Angeles as 54 among the 190 American Bar Association-accredited law schools. Loyola Law School's tax progam is ranked 10th nationwide.
Posted by Robin Mashal on 9.8.11 in Miscellaneous.
P sued D in Small Claims Court to recover "deferred compensation" and lost. Subsequently, P's attorneys sent demand letters to D for the same claims, and filed a lawsuit on it. D brought anti-SLAPP motion under Cal. Code Civ. Proc. 425.16. Anti-SLAPP covers protected free speech including statements made in anticipation of litigation contemplated in good faith and under serious consideration. Held: P's statement of intent to litigate claims that had been previously resolved against P (in the Small Claims Court) could not have been made in good faith.
Posted by Robin Mashal on 7.24.11 in Miscellaneous.