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VALADEZ – PART 2: Returning to the subject of my most debated column

Published: Thursday, May 5th, 2022

The first family-law case to be recommended for publication by the Court of Appeals in almost two years makes me wish that it would have been longer. Well, the good news is that when I write my end of the year column for 2022 highlighting bad decisions, I will have a good start.

The Brown Jackson nomination hearings and what they say about the duty to represent bad people

Published: Tuesday, April 12th, 2022

The first family-law case to be recommended for publication by the Court of Appeals in almost two years makes me wish that it would have been longer. Well, the good news is that when I write my end of the year column for 2022 highlighting bad decisions, I will have a good start.

Will courts really enforce proposed financial information exchange rules?

Published: Friday, March 18th, 2022

The first family-law case to be recommended for publication by the Court of Appeals in almost two years makes me wish that it would have been longer. Well, the good news is that when I write my end of the year column for 2022 highlighting bad decisions, I will have a good start.

LAWYER ADVERTISING: Is it hucksterism or a valid business practice?

Published: Thursday, February 24th, 2022

The first family-law case to be recommended for publication by the Court of Appeals in almost two years makes me wish that it would have been longer. Well, the good news is that when I write my end of the year column for 2022 highlighting bad decisions, I will have a good start.

The Valadez case: A bad start to the year

Published: Thursday, February 3rd, 2022

The first family-law case to be recommended for publication by the Court of Appeals in almost two years makes me wish that it would have been longer. Well, the good news is that when I write my end of the year column for 2022 highlighting bad decisions, I will have a good start.

Look ahead to 2022 with family law

Published: Monday, January 10th, 2022

A few weeks out of law school, I got my dream job.

Exploiting an abhorrent act

Published: Wednesday, January 5th, 2022

A few weeks out of law school, I got my dream job.

YEAR IN REVIEW: Looking back at happened in 2021 with family law

Published: Wednesday, December 8th, 2021

It’s time for my annual year in review – a look back at those new cases and statutes in family law which improve this area of law and those which, well, not so much.

Where have all the grievances gone?

Published: Thursday, November 11th, 2021

For about the last thirty years, my side job has been to serve as retained counsel, first for BAPR, then for OLR.

Political theater is not law

Published: Thursday, October 28th, 2021

One of the expected consequences of the COVID epidemic was disputes between parents regarding parenting children.

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