Legal Advice for Litigation — 126 results
Written by attorney Dannitte Dickey, 10 months ago.
If you're not careful, you can end up in an orange jumpsuit if you give in to the temptation to access your spouse's email without permission. In this video, I discuss the basics.
Written by attorney Bruce L Stern, 11 months ago.
Every time I meet with a divorce client, I give them the same advice: Don't do Anything Stupid. It is the best advice a divorce lawyer can give their clients. Watch this video to see why.
Written by attorney Michael F. Brown, 5 months ago.
In this video, attorney Michael Brown of DVG Law Partner discusses these attributes of good legal cases: (1) Significant financial loss (of individual or class); (2) Viability: the opponent... more
Written by attorney Mark Malachowski, about 1 year ago.
Published on Dec 6, 2012
Face book settles for $20 million - The use of members names and photos in online advertising in sponsored stories will now be controlled by the users.
Written by attorney Thomas Valkenet, about 1 year ago.
There are a lot of ways to pick a lawyer. But there is one standard that is applied to lawyers across the country. It involves lawyers and judges rating other lawyers. These ratings take... more
Written by attorney Sigalle Barness, over 1 year ago.
Are you a newly admitted New York attorney and nervous about your first court appearance? Join Lawline.com's Sigalle Barness, Esq. in her "Tip of Week." Sigalle will provide you with some... more
Written by attorney Craig D. Singer, over 1 year ago.
A very short video on presenting your case in a Massachusetts Small Claims Court.
Written by attorney Peter Lamont, over 1 year ago.
Join attorney Peter J. Lamont as he explains when a case can be filed in federal court. He explains the two requirements for filing in federal court and provides related facts concerning... more
Written by attorney Sean Fagan, about 3 years ago.
Sean Fagan Discusses the Litigation Process on Legal Lines with Locke Meredith.
Written by attorney Jon Ahmed Zahaby, almost 3 years ago.
Litigation between individuals is an unhealthy waste of time that only benefits Lawyers. Court should be reserved for disputes between corporations and criminal matters.