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Nikki Woods, Esq. - New Attorney Announcement
Nikki Woods, Esq. to join Law Office of Peter D. Hoffman, PC
Holmes, Watson and The Riddle of Harmless Error
Appellate Standards of Review; understanding Harmless Error
CARDOZO'S CANAL, AND THE COW THAT JUMPED OVER THE MOON
Further understanding of appellate standards of review. Finding a way to get de novo review for your appeal.
The Great Marijuana Divide Infographic
There has been controversy about the smoking of marijuana in the US for decades. American support for legalizing marijuana has changed a great deal, according to the statistics in the graphic below.
What Happens to an Attorney's Clients Should the Attorney Die or Become Incapacitated?
Many solo practitioners and small law firms spend countless hours helping others map out and plan for “what if” scenarios, but not enough plan for the “what if” scenarios that may affect them, their law firm and their clients should they suddenly die or become incapacitated.
Katz builds legal career based on a mission
At age 32, and with only about four years of legal experience, Matthew Katz has turned his legal practice into a thriving law firm with 10 lawyers and four offices, including a new office in Mexico City.
DHS Clarifies Immigration Benefits for Military Families & Veterans
DHS has issued a formal policy memorandum outlining immigration benefits available to the family members of military personnel and veterans
Practitioner's Corner: Three Easy To Do's
I contributed a guest blog to the Mizzou Law Career Cafe today. Powered by the Missouri University School of Law Career Development Office, this blog gives law students insights to successfully transition into their professional career path.
BECOMING A LEADER: Reflections on the Leadership Academy
The benefits of becoming of leader and leadership training.
What to do When Your Husband Won’t Pay Alimony
There are only two ways terms can be reached for a husband to pay his wife alimony payments after a divorce proceeding. Either the court will decide the terms as far as the amount and the duration, or the husband and wife come to an agreement about the duration and amount of alimony.
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