Monthly Archives: July 2013

Is NFL Legend Kenny Stabler’s Ex-Wife Really Litigious?

It’s a common retort: Sue your lawyer for malpractice, and they accuse you of being litigious.  That was the response of Jeff Deen, Rose Burch Stabler’s attorney whom she is suing for malpractice.  But is she really litigious or is … Continue reading

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Manhattan Judge Rules For The Legal Consumer

Manhattan Civil Court Judge Frank P. Nervo recently ordered attorney Ronny Buni to repay his former clients, Gerald and Vivian Klienerman, over $21,000 of the $22,000+ in fees they paid him, plus interest.  Attorney Buni had filed a civil suit … Continue reading

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If It Can Happen To James Gandolfini . . . It Can Happen To You

Actor James Gandolfini’s sudden passing at such a young age was tragic, but now it appears the administration of his will adds insult to his family’s emotional injury. According to The New York Daily News, in a July 8, 2013 article … Continue reading

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Cameras In The Courtroom – Take Two

The George Zimmerman murder trial taking place in Florida is a perfect example of why there should be cameras in all courtrooms.  As observed by Jeffrey Tobin, The New Yorker writer and CNN legal commentator, in the July 3, 2013 National … Continue reading

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