Edward J. Blum, Attorney
Edward Blum came to Los Angeles in 1994 after his honorable discharge from the U.S. Army where he separated as an Infantry Squad Leader.Mr. Blum came to Los Angeles to complete his legal studies at the University of West Los Angeles. After graduating he was admitted to the California State Bar (passing the bar on the first time) in 1996 and began to represent those accused of felonies and misdemeanors in State and Federal court. Mr. Blum has tried numerous criminal and DUI jury trials, written and argued countless motions, including motions to suppress, motions in limine and motions to set aside the information, and negotiated successful resolutions for hundreds of clients.
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What Happens If I Received a Statement of Claim?
A Statement of claim is a form that is used to sue someone in small claims court. Often it is used by debt collection companies to sue for credit card debt.
by Shaya Markovic
The Importance of Retaining an Attorney Who Will Perform a Thorough Investigation
If you have been involved in a car accident, the best way to ensure that you receive the full amount of compensation that you are entitled to is to seek out an attorney that will perform a thorough investigation of your case.
by Christopher Hoffmann
INTER-STATE CUSTODY DISPUTES – THE UCCJEA
The law is extremely complex in matters of inter-state custody disputes. Choosing the proper jurisdiction in which to pursue the custody action may be critical to the ultimate fate of the case on its merits.
by Robert Popescu