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What Is Mediation And When Is It Appropriate?

As history has shown us countless times, going to war isn’t always the best way to settle disputes. The same can be said in a court of law, where lawsuits can drag on for years, even decades without any clear verdict or settlement. In many of these cases, discretion would have been the better part […]

December 10, 2013 , by Walter Mathews


Those Who Oppose Stand Your Ground Laws Face An Uphill Battle

In a diverse nation, some issues invariably break down along racial lines. Such was the case when George Zimmerman shot and killed Trayvon Martin, an unarmed African-American teenager in Florida last year. The tragic events of that night drew attention to Florida’s “Stand Your Ground” laws, which  give people the legal right to fight back […]

December 2, 2013 , by Walter Mathews


SEC Defense Lawyer Brings Specialized Legal Expertise In Fort Lauderdale

There is a complicated set of regulations governing the securities industry, which, depending on the specific business, can be covered by about 50 different regulatory agencies, from the Securities Commission of each particular state to the Securities and Exchange Commission and any number of regional exchanges. This means that occasionally, people get unfairly caught up […]

November 25, 2013 , by Walter Mathews


Clueless College Graduate Parks Mother’s $327,000 Maserati in the Middle of the Street

People have been doing some pretty strange, inexplicable things with automobiles for more than a century now.  But according to a short news story out of China, a 22-year-old college graduate may merit special attention for her atrocious parking. A tricky move for some, there’s certainly no shortage of bad parallel parking stories. Some drivers […]

November 12, 2013 , by Walter Mathews


Appeals Court Upholds GM Pension Cuts

100 retired GM executives must make do with much smaller pensions after judges in the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati sided with the automaker.  At the heart of the suit was a dispute over the way pensions were being calculated as part of the bankruptcy and restructuring deal the Obama administration made with […]

November 5, 2013 , by Walter Mathews

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