Imagine being a tenant-in-common — or TIC — owner and a consultant promises to “save your property.” Before you know it, that consultant owns 90 percent of your property. So what just happened? You’ve been hit by one of the ...Read More »
For most attorneys, the term electronic evidence brings to mind the “usual suspects,” including emails, social media posts, backup tapes and documents stored on servers and laptops. Those types of evidence are all fair game in litigation, and seasoned litigators ...Read More »
There are a lot of misconceptions regarding unemployment claims filed by ex-employees, and this month I’ll try to shed some light on them to help answer the oft-repeated question: “Should we fight an unemployment claim?” A recent decision by the ...Read More »
Recent headlines confirm that cyberattacks are growing in scale and incidents are on the rise. Organizations are increasingly vulnerable as a result of technological advances and a changing workplace, including remote access, big data, cloud computing, social media and mobile ...
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When Ida May Fuller received the first Social Security check ever issued, check #00-000-001 for $22.54 on Jan. 31, 1940, the average life expectancy was about 62 years. In fact, while the program was just beginning to issue benefit payments, ...Read More »