In a Harris Poll survey a few years ago, researchers found that 20% of hiring managers have asked unlawful questions in interviews. They asked these unlawful questions not realizing at the time that such questions could lead to legal liability. CareerBuilder commissioned the survey. A CareerBuilder representative said an interviewee who is asked these sorts

I first wrote this a few Christmases ago. It still seems to resonate. Every Christmas, I look back to my Christmas in Iraq, some years ago.  I served as a Civil Affairs officer supervising a staff of 3.  In the war zone, everyday is a work day. On Christmas Eve, we worked a full day.

Lawyers in each of the 50 states are investigated regarding various grievances every day. Most of us respect that process. One lawyer in Connecticut respected the grievance process less than others. Bar association investigators contacted Lawyer David J. Kurzawa for information about a grievance filed against him. He told them he was too busy fishing

A U.S. District Court in Illinois has dismissed a lawsuit filed by a small Illinois law firm. The small firm sued DoNotPay, an online site that provides contracts, offers legal advice for appealing traffic tickets and procedures for property tax appeals. It is an artificial intelligence website. According to the law firm, MillerKing, the website

Two conservative legal scholars argue that former Pres. Trump is barred from holding office. They point to Sec. 3 of the 14th Amendment which bars persons who “engaged in insurrection” from holding office in the U.S. government. That section of the 14th Amendment was aimed at former Confederates who might seek elected office. But, the

Yes, Barbie has been in court quite often. Is there a litigious Barbie, yet? … In Mattel, Inc. v. Walking Mountain Productions, 353 F.3d 792 (9th Cir. 2003), the toymaker sued Tom Forsythe, a photographer, after he photographed nude Barbie using kitchen appliances, a “Food Chain Barbie” depicting a “Malted Barbie” on a vintage

I have written about the Trump election lawyers, including Rudy Giuliani here and here. I expressed amazement that so many lawyers were willing to risk their law licenses advocating frivolous election claims. And, now the other shoe has dropped. A Washington D.C. attorney Bar committee has recommended that Rudy Giuliani be disbarred. It is

To mark Memorial Day, let us recall two area San Antonio heroes. They were both friends of mine. They both died in war zones back in 2005 and 2006 when I was deployed myself.

SSGT Clinton Newman was a fine soldier. He was a bright young man in the 321st Civil Affairs Brigade during my

Memorial Day is a time to remember those veterans who gave all they had to give for us. I always think of  1SGT Saenz at times like this. Some 100 of us IRR members met at Ft. Jackson on March 13, 2005. We reported to Ft. Jackson, South Carolina for in-processing and reintroduction to the

Colorado will start issuing licenses to non-lawyer paraprofessionals. These paraprofessionals will be allowed to complete and file standard pleadings, represent clients in mediation, accompany their clients to court and answer a court’s factual questions. But, they may not question witnesses or make oral arguments in court. The new law takes effect July 1.

The paraprofessionals