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January 24, 2013

HOW MANY TAX GUYS DO I NEED?

According to the magazine The Economist, more man-hours are spent each year on tax compliance than by the entire federal workforce.  How many tax advisors do […]
January 15, 2013

AN OUNCE OF PREVENTION

Once upon a time in a land far, far away, there was a charming lady who spent most of her time as a dog breeder.  She […]
January 10, 2013

DOES YOUR OPPONENT’S IDENTITY MATTER IN DECIDING WHETHER TO APPEAL?

Imagine two people facing an adverse decision from a government agency.  Both are thinking about appealing.  Is who they’re appealing against a factor? It probably shouldn’t […]
January 4, 2013

UNPAID INTERSHIPS ARE GREAT! OR ARE THEY?

Not every appeal stems from a trial.  Nor is every appeal filed with the Court of Appeals.  Think of cases where you disagree with a decision […]
December 28, 2012

RIGHT TO APPEAL NOT ABSOLUTE

It is nearly expected that a party who lost at trial has the right to appeal. We never think of it as a conditional right, even […]
December 22, 2012

LAW, NOT NPR

I believe it is an NPR sketch that popularized the goof lawyer’s slogan “No claim too small, we love slip-and-falls.” But even “small” claims are full […]
December 15, 2012

THE DEVIL IN THOSE FAMOUS DETAILS

Everybody has heard how the devil is in the details. Having litigated a few contractual disputes after something went wrong, I can vouch that it is […]
December 3, 2012

WHO SAW WHAT

Will says that he saw Danny commit a crime.  The jury believes Will.  Danny is convicted.  That’s it then, isn’t it? Surely, once the jury believes […]
November 26, 2012

GOOD REASONS, BAD REASONS, NO REASON AT ALL

We live in a country where, in most states, one may be fired for good reasons, bad reasons, or no reason at all. The bargain the […]