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CO-OWERSHIP OF REAL PROPERTY IN CALIFORNIA

We are frequently asked to elaborate on the various ways in which real property may be owned by two or more persons.

This article provides an explanation of basic types of co-ownership of real property; it is not intended to give legal advice on how particular co-owners ought to hold title to their properties jointly. There […]

By |February 15th, 2015|BLOG, Business, Law & Real Estate|3 Comments

WHY DO I NEED A PERSONAL INJURY LAWER

What can having a personal injury lawyer do for you? Regardless of how you were injured, you should not have to pay the related expenses if you were not at fault.

The costs of an injury can add up quickly and they only begin with the medical bills. Using a car accident as an example, let’s […]

By |April 15th, 2013|BLOG, Personal Injury|0 Comments

I’VE HAD AN ACCIDENT. NOW WHAT DO I DO?

Accidents happen quickly, and even a small fender bender has the potential to cause serious personal injury. After a car accident, it is sometimes difficult to think clearly, and you may not be thinking about all the paper work that lies ahead of you. Remembering just a few tips may help you, down the road, […]

By |March 31st, 2013|BLOG, Personal Injury|0 Comments

BEWARE THE CONSCIOUSNESS OF GUILT

Sometimes, it can seem that the whole world is conspiring to cover up what for the rich and powerful can be a very inconvenient truth.

BEWARE THE CONSCIOUSNESS OF GUILT

A young man I had known as a child died tragically in a single vehicle car accident when he was ejected from the vehicle in which he […]

By |March 15th, 2013|BLOG, Personal Injury|0 Comments

THE EARLY BIRD CATCHES THE WORM

In the early days of my career as an attorney, a woman in her 80’s slipped on an oil slick in the parking garage beneath her apartment, which had been left unattended by the building’s maintenance staff. She suffered a broken hip.

Luckily, the victim’s daughter visited our law office that same day to see what […]

By |February 27th, 2013|BLOG, Personal Injury|0 Comments

FLASHBACK: WELLENKAMP DECISION, CAULP AND AB 748

In the late 1970’s, Mr. Stern took up the cause of California homeowners by defending the right of Californians to assume existing low-interest loans.

He chaired Californians Against Unfair Lending Practices (CAULP) and wrote editorials published in the Opinion Section of the Los Angeles Times, and which re-appeared as a featured article in San Fernando Valley […]

By |January 30th, 2013|BLOG, Business, Law & Real Estate|0 Comments

FINDING A CONNECTION WITH THE GOLDEN STATE

Several years ago, our office sued the Arabian American Oil Company for a client still licking his wounds after returning back to Southern California, when the company had persecuted him while he was working in Saudi Arabia.

Despite swearing they had no activities going on in California to warrant being hauled into court here, our investigation […]

By |January 15th, 2013|BLOG, Labor & Employment Law|0 Comments

MIGUEL: THE ATTACK CAT

“You ought to have a cat, Uncle Stan,” my adopted niece Penelope insisted. She’s the daughter of my deceased friend and mentor, Art, and has inherited his natural gifts as a writer and an editor. With Art not around anymore, I think of Penelope as my sole remaining guardian angel.

“I met this cute little kitten, […]

By |December 11th, 2012|BLOG, Miscellanious|0 Comments

TRAFFIC FLOW DATA ACQUISITION USING MAGNETIC-LOOP VEHICLE DETECTORS

Originally published in the Highway Research Record #154 (Highway Research Board,National Research Council), in the Annals of the National Academy of Sciences, and presented at an annual Symposium in Washington, D.C., this ground-breaking research study describes an original technique for measuring number, size and speed of vehicles in traffic, which has since been adopted by […]

By |December 1st, 2012|BLOG, Engineering, White Papers|0 Comments

CLEANING UP NIXON’S IMAGE, A WORK IN PROGRESS

This article appeared in the Santa Monica Daily Press on January 8, 2009.

By |February 1st, 2010|BLOG|0 Comments