Highlights of the May 2013 Contra Costa Lawyer edition include articles about the CA State Bar admission proposal, virtual law practice, trends in law and more.
Highlights of the April 2013 Contra Costa Lawyer edition include articles about employment law basics, employment tax and more.
Highlights of the February 2013 Contra Costa Lawyer edition include articles about elder law issues, senior abuse, skilled nursing facilities and more.
Highlights of the March 2013 Contra Costa Lawyer edition include articles about the Congressional budget, the American Taxpayer Relief Act and other tax-related issues.
Highlights of the January 2013 Contra Costa Lawyer edition include articles on the new CCCBA Board Members and President, plus interviews with the new Section Leaders.
Highlights of the December 2012 Contra Costa Lawyer edition include articles on social media, social security benefits, growing your client base and communicating with clients.
Highlights of the November 2012 Contra Costa Lawyer edition include reviews of 2012 from the perspective of our courts, civil law, criminal law, family law, probate law, juvenile law and more.
Highlights from the October 2012 Contra Costa Lawyer edition include articles on social media discovery and the law, multitasking and workplace romance issues.
Highlights of the September 2012 Contra Costa Lawyer edition include articles by Jeff Ritterman, Richmond City Councilmember and Kris Hunt, Executive Director, Contra Costa Taxpayers Association, on the proposed Richmond Soda Tax; by Candace Andersen, Contra Costa County Supervisor, on ConFire’s Parcel Tax on the November Ballot; by Joan Buchanan, Assemblymember, 15th District on California’s Bridge to Recovery, and more.
Highlights of the August 2012 Contra Costa Lawyer edition include articles on creative case management techniques, preparing for mediation, and avoiding disputes by seeking win-win outcomes from the start
Highlights of the July 2012 Contra Costa Lawyer edition include law practice management tips – from office systems to marketing, this edition includes everything a Solo or Small Firm needs to run an effective practice.
Highlights of the June 2012 Contra Costa Lawyer edition include Keeping A Slice Of The Pie For Yourself: Exempting IRAS, 401KS and 529 Plans – David Arietta; Proprietor Beware: Corporate Refuge Can Ensnare – David Katzen; Family Law Attorneys Beware: Possible Exceptions to the Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Discharge- Marlene Weinstein; Lien Strip Basics And The Evolving Law On “Chapter 20″ – Steven Knuppel; To file or not to file: How the timing of the bankruptcy can impact the exclusion of cancellation of indebtedness income – Mark Ericsson; Unintended Consequences of Preliminary Agreements – Roger Brothers, Dominic Signorotti and Ericka Ackeret
Highlights from the May 2012 Contra Costa Lawyer edition include Tax Traps That Can Arise During Divorce – by Mark Ericsson; QDRO: Malpractice Lurking – by Harry L. Styron ; Getting the 411 from the 911: Obtaining Information and Reports from Law Enforcement Agencies in Family Law Matters – by Richard Grossman; Independent Contractor or Employee? The Consequences of Getting it Wrong- by Janet L. Everson and Matthew A. Cebrian; Another Offshore Assets Reporting Requirement- by Jenny C. Lin
Highlights from our April “Kids & the Law” issue include articles on Truancy and the Juvenile Justice System, social media, privacy, and the impact on job searches and prospects, the tension between modern technology and the 4th Amendment, the Contra Costa Couty Law & Justice Academies, and much more…
Highlights from the March 2012 “Torts” issue include articles on Howell v. Hamilton Meats, Tort Reform, CCP Section 998, the right to privacy after death, and more…
Highlights from the February 2012 “Love & the Law” issue include ‘Life, Love, Law & the Practice of All’ by Loren and Frank Acuna; ‘Black & Brown – Lawyers in Love’ by David A. Brown; ‘Love & the Law’ by Sue Talia and Lee Pearce; and more…
Highlights from the January 2012 Contra Costa Lawyer include: Meet your 2012 Board President, Audrey Gee; Meet your new Board Members and Section LEaders; Member-Only Benefits; and more…
Highlights from the December 2011 Social Media issue include All “Atwitter” with the Internet Juror: New Legislation Addresses the Wired Public by Karen Fleming-Ginn, Ph.D; Discovery of Social Media by Audrey Gee; Blogging Strategy – Raise Your Profile, Get Noticed byRocky Laber; Computer Forensics in the Social Media Age by Myra O. Santos; Search Engine Optimization for the Solo Practitioner and Small Law Firms by Ken Matejka; Legal Issues When Marketing Your Business on the Internet by Richard E. Korb
Highlights from the November 2011 Giving Back issue include Giving Back – Lawyer-Style; Judge Steve K. Austin – An Extraordinary Example of Giving Back by Craig Nevin; Free Legal Workshop All-Stars by Theresa Hurley; Give and You Shall Receive by Todd Friedman; Helping Out During the Holidays and Beyond; Giving Made Easy by Paul Saad
Highlights from the October 2011 Same Sex issue include Same Sex Marriage: The Long Road to Equality by Gary Watt; Taxation of Same Sex Employee Benefits by Rita Holder; Ownership of Real Property by Same-Sex Couples in California by Steven J. Mehlman; Immigration Challenges of Bi-National Same-Sex Couples by Erika Portillo; Assistance After Losing a Domestic Partner by Melanie Kay; Joint Bankruptcies For Same-Sex Married Couples by Marlene G. Weinstein