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Simon Law Group “The Justice Team” created a podcast to discuss the ins and outs of the courtroom. We are pleased to announce that they invited Keith Bremer to speak during their recent episode. This episode is called “Defense Trial Lawyer Panel”. In this episode they bring in three elite Defense attorneys and Plaintiff attorney...
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Bremer Whyte Brown & O’Meara, LLP is excited to share Partner, Nicole Nuzzo’s most recent publication titled, “To Purge or Not to Purge: Retaining Client Files in the Digital Age”. The article was originally published by the Orange County Bar Association (OCBA) and was republished by the Computer and Internet Lawyer, a national publication issued...
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Partner Lucian Greco from Buffalo, New York was featured in the Buffalo Law Journal. The article is about Mr. Greco finding success and building a career in Las Vegas. Mr. Greco was interviewed in the BWB&O Las Vegas office where he shared how he built his amazing career as an attorney. Lucian attended the University...
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Employment Law Daily covers recent current state and federal court decisions from the Supreme Court, Appellate Courts and District Courts. Ms. Carter wrote an excellent article titled, “Strategic Perspectives” in which she references the case Diaz v. Sohnen Enterprises, relating to arbitration clauses in the state of California. “Arbitration clauses typically apply to all legal claims against an...
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what is a power of attorney
A power of attorney is a written instrument that enables a person or an organization (the “principal”) to delegate to someone trustworthy (the “agent” or “attorney-in-fact”) the authority to do certain things on the principal’s behalf, such as manage property or make decisions relating to healthcare. For instance, a business might assign power of attorney...
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breach of contract disputes
Generally, the law obligates informed, mature adults to keep promises made in the context of a contract. This article addresses four steps to take in the event that such a promise is broken. The first step is to determine whether a contract has in fact been formed. In doing so, you will need to answer...
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Put simply, a subordination agreement is a legal agreement which establishes one debt as ranking behind another debt in the priority for collecting repayment from a debtor. It is an arrangement that alters the lien position. Without a subordination clause, loans take chronological priority which means that a deed of trust recorded first will be...
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California landlords must follow very specific steps before disposing of property that is clearly abandoned, left on real estate which has been the subject of court proceedings such as eviction or foreclosure, or otherwise left behind.  Following the statutory procedures relating to abandoned property protects landlords from potential liability for an improper “conversion.” Former tenants/owners...
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Purpose of HOAs Property ownership often combines elements of individual and common ownership interests. For example, a property owner may individually own his or her living quarters, but also own a common interest in amenities that are considered too expensive for a single homeowner to purchase individually (such as a pool, gym, or trash collection...
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Most individuals opt for a revocable trust when preparing an estate plan.  However, an irrevocable trust comes with some advantages that revocable trusts do not.  So, what’s the difference between the two? It’s important to note that trusts in general allow one to avoid probate in relation to the property held in the trust, allowing...
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Effective July 1, 2018 New Rules of Civil Procedure are taking effect in Arizona on July 1, 2018.  The new Rules will change how discovery works in civil litigation in the state.  Here is a sneak peek at the changes that will impact your file handling the most: Tiered Discovery How much discovery is allowed...
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Bremer Whyte Brown & O’Meara, LLP is currently defending a number of high profile sexual harassment and hostile work environment cases and the climate for sexual harassment and hostile work environment is at an all time high.  Employers are more and more concerned about the behavior and actions of its employees. Even the best, hands...
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