California Code of Civil Procedure 2025 – Depositions

The California Code of Civil Procedure 2025 covers oral depositions during discovery. The code states how depositions may be taken of an individual, a public or private organization, a partnership, an association or a government agency.   Additionally, the code also outlines how defendants can approach deposition and deposition notice. This code requires a party wishing … Read more

Legal Malpractice

Recently, insurance broker Ames & Gough released the findings of a study indicating that legal malpractice insurers experienced an increase in claims for 2012 – most especially in claims that exceeded $50 million.    Legal malpractice suits can stem from a variety of sources that run the gamut from blatant incompetency to a missed deadline … Read more

The Importance of Solid Business Planning

All forms of business contracts, including Business Partnerships, Limited Partnership Agreements should be carefully drafted to ensure protection of the rights of all parties.  Incorporating a business presents different elements to be clarified and steps to follow to ensure compliance with state laws. Whether you are forming a corporation or establishing a sole proprietorship, it … Read more

NFL Agrees To $765 Million Settlement To Players

Lawyers and NFL Owners have agreed to a tentative settlement for players who have suffered concussions. The $765 Million dollars will be used for medical exams, research and player compensation.   The NFL also agreed to pay the plaintiff’s legal fees. The money would be used for medical exams, concussion-related compensation and a program of … Read more

What Are The Purpose of Exclusivity Agreements?

Exclusivity agreements, because they are present in a number of different areas of the law, come in a variety of forms and are designed to meet a range of goals. The overriding purpose of each exclusivity agreement is, however, to define a relationship in which (generally) two parties agree to deal only with one another, … Read more