Category Archives: Legislation and the Courts

“Clerical Errors” Can Be Very Costly

Several of our clients have found out the hard way the view attorneys and regulators have about “clerical errors” in today’s financial environment, and it … Continue reading

The Legislative Process – A view from the Inside

Every two years or so, we hear how “special interests” are running Salem (or Washington D.C.) and neglecting the “common people”, and we need to … Continue reading

Have you heard of E-Court?

Most of you see how technology improves life, making things go faster and easier and things become cheaper.  But not if you are the State … Continue reading

Beware Small Claims Judges Bias

“The hearing and disposition of all cases shall be informal, the sole object being to dispense justice promptly and economically between the litigants. The parties … Continue reading

The Fiscal Cliff and Health Care Collections – Did We Fall?

For the month of December, it was difficult to tune into any news source and not see a story about the “Fiscal Cliff” negotiations ongoing in … Continue reading