Whitney Austin: 'Everyone should be safe to shop for groceries'
Cincinnati shooting survivor Whitney Austin gives her take on the Kroger shooting after returning home to Louisville.
Why Brexiters look defeated
One reason Brexiters split in stage one of the Brexit endgame is that there is no good way forward for them. When Boris Johnson...
Estate Planning Lessons in the Death of Whitney Houston’s Daughter
Bobbi Kristina Brown’s tragic death offers a number of poignant end-of-life lessons for parents, young adults, and seniors alike. First and foremost, health and legal experts say Brown’s death spotlights the need for establishing written advance medical directives as early as age 18. These include the designation of a healthcare...
How to film a protest
Defense Lawyers: How to Deal With Defeat
You've tried your hardest, but in spite of your best efforts, your client still got convicted. What is there to do? What did you do wrong? What could you have done better? Cheer up, that's what. Losing is a part...
How to Organize a Legal Protest
Although it may seem like a daunting task to organize a protest, it really only involves a few steps to ensure you stay on the right side of the law. However, those few steps can vary in complexity depending...
How to Defeat the NJ Inheritance Tax
By Fredrick P. Niemann, Esq. a NJ Estate Administration Lawyer New Jersey is looking to raise revenue from everybody, everywhere, especially the estates of moderate to wealthier New Jersey residents. In one case, a decedent had a will that poured-over estate assets to a revocable trust. The Trust distributed the funds in 3 equal shares …
There Is Only One Way to Defeat ISIS
We must hold accountable our Middle Eastern "allies"—the states and bankers and political elites—who persist in funding mass murder.
How to Defeat an Arson for Profit Attempt
Suspected Arsonist’s Bad Faith Suit Fails Arson-for-profit is the most dangerous of all methods of attempting insurance fraud. When an insurer has sufficient evidence to suspect an arson for …
Tips On Selecting An Attorney And Fee Structures with Special Guest Whitney Cunningham.
Tips On Selecting An Attorney And Fee Structures with Special Guest Whitney Cunningham. Listen to Program.
What is Warren Buffett's secret, really?
What's Buffett's Secret, Really?Submitted by Yale Bock on Fri, 04/04/2014 - 9:00amInvest like Buffett? How many times have you hear that one? Not everyone has his billions, which allows the Oracle of Omaha to
Judge Rules Bobby Brown's Consent Not Needed for Showtime's Whitney Houston Doc
A lawsuit over "Can I Be Me" fails because of the First Amendment.
How the 1973 Whitney Biennial Helped Blow Open the Market for Contemporary Art
The 1973 Whitney Biennial, and the events and dynamics that surround it, represent a cultural and financial turning point for the contemporary art market.
The Whitney Museum Just Honored Leonard Lauder in a Big Way
The collector and philanthropist was an early supporter of the museum's move to the meatpacking district.
Arrested at a Protest? What Are Your Rights?
When you're arrested at a protest, what are your rights? From answering questions to videotaping police, there are certain rights every protester has when he or she is being hauled away in handcuffs. Here are five constitutional rights every protester...
Top 5 Tips for Protesting (Legally)
The 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland has been the site of countless protests and counter-protests by both demonstrators and delegates inside and outside the convention. And if you're wondering about the legality of these protests, we've got you covered. (If...
How To Defeat Depression and Anxiety
If you struggle with depression or anxiety, you may benefit from reading this and realize that there is hope and there is a path forward that can lead you to a happy and more fulfilled life. The following is an actual response I wrote to a listener email – but this is a topic that I deeply c
Whitney Port Is Pregnant and Wants You to DM Her Advice
"I peed on a stick and now I'm going to be a Mom!'
The Art of Repeal: What AHCA Defeat Means for Damages
03.27.17 Last year, in a New Jersey matter entitled Pannacciulli v. Beloff, a trial Court excluded the use of the Affordable Care Act as a damages defense at trial citing to a common refrain: Plaintiff's "right to receive such benefits is likely subject to policy changes, as Congress has sought to repeal and/or undermine the ACA over fifty times. Additionally, the longevity of the ACA is…
The Lessons Unions Learned From the 'Justice for Janitors' Protests
The “Fight for 15” campaign to boost the minimum wage has taken many of its cues from those workers who waged a strike in the 1990s.