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‘The Good Wife': Good Law?

The Good Wife: Good Law?

Episode Recap (Spoiler Alert!):

Alicia returns to her office to a rousing round of applause. Her office is filled with gifts that she can’t keep and campaign contributors with demands that she can’t please. James Castro, Guy Redmayne, and Lemond Bishop all want something from Alicia. She shoots all three down with a flat no, making them all very angry. Apparently, this is all wrong. According to Eli, “Absence of ‘yes’ times time equals no,” and it doesn’t hurt anybody’s feelings. Who knew?

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Does Your Small Business Need Earthquake Insurance?

Is your business is located in California, Ohio, Oregon, Alaska, or one of the other earthquake prone places? Do you have earthquake insurance?

Do you really need it?

The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) predicts that a 6.7 magnitude earthquake will occur every 6.3 years in California. The Northridge earthquake on January 17, 1994 was a 6.7 magnitude earthquake. It lasted 10 seconds. The quake killed 57 people, injured 9,000 people, and displaced over 125,000 people. At final count, 82,000 residential and commercial units were destroyed. It caused $20 billion in damages, and $49 billion in economic loss. Earthquake insurance claims were far greater than expected, over $12 billion.

Can you afford an earthquake without earthquake

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Are School Police Real Police?

This page contains a single entry by Christopher Coble, Esq. published on March 31, 2015 6:01 AM.

Amanda Knox Conviction Overturned by Italy’s Highest Court was the previous entry in this blog.

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Lawyers on the Move: Stephanie Dominguez


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Aug. 18, 2014

New hire

Employer: Gallagher Associates Law Firm PA

Position: Associate attorney

Summary: Dominguez is a graduate of Stetson University College of Law. Her practice will focus on real estate litigation, mortgage foreclosure and consumer law.


This is part of the Lawyers CPAs on the Move section featuring new hires and promotions in 2014.


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Lawyers on the Move: Michael Albani



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Michael Albani

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Lawyers on the Move: Joseph Gugino



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Joseph Gugino

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Hollywood Law Hires: Clippers Owner Steve Ballmer’s Litigator Switches Firms

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Adam Streisand, who represented Steve Ballmer in this summer’s battle over the ownership of the Los Angeles Clippers, will now be a partner at Sheppard Mullin.

He joins the firm from Loeb Loeb, where he chaired the trust and estate practice.

In July, he went to court for Ballmer when the former Microsoft CEO was working to purchase the Clippers in a record $2 billion deal. He helped defeat the claims of embattled then-owner Donald Sterling that wife Shelly Sterling had improperly removed him from the trust through which they owned the team in order to complete the sale.

His previous work

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Domestic Violence: What Kind of Relationship is ‘Domestic’?

This page contains a single entry by Christopher Coble, Esq. published on March 30, 2015 12:12 PM.

What Happens When You File a Bar Complaint Against Your Lawyer? was the previous entry in this blog.

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Amanda Knox Conviction Overturned by Italy’s Highest Court

Amanda Knox came back to the United States after her first acquittal.
She has not returned to Italy since, and received news of the Court’s
decision with her family in her Seattle home.

If She Was Convicted Again, Why Isn’t She in Italy?

Amanda Knox was convicted the second time in absentia. She did not return to Italy to face trial. While Italy and the United States do have an extradition treaty, Italy had not sought Knox’s return.

Technically, the extradition treaty between the U.S. and Italy promises to permit extradition of any person charged with or convicted of any crime punishable by more than one year in prison. So, Knox would have been eligible for extradition.

Although, the treaty does promise that the accused or convicted person will not be extradited if she may face double jeopardy. Does

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‘Religious Freedom’ Laws: How Do They Apply to Your Business?

This page contains a single entry by Christopher Coble, Esq. published on March 30, 2015 2:55 PM.

Work Email: Balancing Privacy and the Right to Speak was the previous entry in this blog.

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