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Most Important Things to Consider for When Hiring an Attorney for Your Complicated Tax Counsel

Introduction: It is crucial to evaluate each prospective attorney you consider to assist with your sensitive tax situation using a number of important criteria. Before choosing a firm to process your sensitive tax information, be sure to think critically about … Continue reading

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Know More and Know It Faster Than Opposing Counsel with Westlaw Edge

At this point you have probably heard the buzz around the new Westlaw Edge. But, how much better can it really be and how much more prepared will it make you? Consider the words of Kenny Ramirez, an associate with … Continue reading

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Counsel Fees Per Divorce Settlement For Withdrawn Enforcement Proceedings

Here’s a reminder. Look over the “boilerplate” counsel-fees-on-default provision of your settlement agreements; and re-read them when resolving enforcement proceedings. Take a lesson from the July 25, 2018 decision of the Appellate Division, Second Department, in Posner v. Posner. There, … Continue reading

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Tracy Green, White Collar Expert Interview, on Special Counsel Investigation, Michael Cohen, FEC Issues, Etc. With Free Press Journalist Heidi Cuda

Dateline: Los Angeles, August 23, 2018. Independent investigative reporter and Free Press activist Heidi Cuda interviewed me to break down the prosecution tactics of Special Counsel Robert Mueller and his team. This is a "low-tech" interview that we set up impromptu … Continue reading

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“ABUSE OF LOYALTY”: THE PLAYERS, A FREE PRESS INTERVU – LAWYER PLAYERS IN SPECIAL COUNSEL AND COHEN INVESTIGATIONS

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