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11 Dec 2009, 9:25 am by David Skeel
Apologies for the long silence. Chemo brain has taken hold of me, and writing of all sorts has become a good deal more difficult than it was. I’ve never found writing easy, but I’ve always been able to do it. These days, I sometimes feel as though I’ve forgotten how. (What are all those letter keys on my laptop for?) That makes work on the crime-and-criminal-justice book I’m writing go more slowly than I’d hoped; recently, that has absorbed all my too-limited writing energy. I’ll… [read post]
8 Nov 2010, 1:16 pm
A Monterey County truck accident claimed the lives of a 4-year-old Gilroy boy and a 48-year-old Salinas woman, the Monterey County Herald reported. The victims, who were occupants of separate vehicles, were identified as Alex Navarro and Maria Almanza-Romero. According to news reports, the double-fatal crash occurred at about 2:30 p.m. on Highway 156, west of Meridian Road. Alamanza-Romero, who had been travelling westbound on the Highway, had stopped to make a left-turn into a driveway, when her… [read post]
28 Jun 2010, 5:24 pm by David Skeel
The most recent set of films showed that my cancer was growing again, so I went back on chemo today after an eight-week break. Not exactly fun, but not the worst thing in the world either. I was reminded of that earlier in the day, and reminded again how hard it is to feel sorry for oneself at a cancer center: I saw a child (she looked to be about 12-13 years old) who is here for treatment, and is obviously in worse shape than I’m in. It broke my heart to see her that way, and to think of the… [read post]
11 Dec 2009, 9:27 am by David Skeel
This past week, I heard the results of the latest round of films: none of my tumors has grown in the past couple of months, and the one on my liver appears to be slightly smaller than it was. This is very good news, about as good as one can get at my stage of cancer and cancer treatment. For which I’m very thankful. Enough italicized verys.Silver linings usually come with clouds attached, and in this instance the nature of the cloud is, well, not at all cloudy: I have to do more chemo. The… [read post]
13 Dec 2010, 7:48 pm
The CHP arrested a 52-year-old Seaside woman on suspicion of drunken driving following a head-on collision Saturday afternoon on Highway 156, the Monterey County Herald reported. The accident was reported at 2:41 p.m. on Highway 156 east of Castroville Boulevard. According to reports, a 52-year-old Seaside woman travelling eastbound on the highway drifted into westbound traffic and collided head-on with a westbound vehicle driven by a 42-year-old Marina man. The man, along with a 42-year-old woman… [read post]
29 Oct 2012, 4:00 am by Jerry Sisk
How Long Do I have to Make a Claim for Minnesota Workers’ Compensation or Work Comp Benefits? In Minnesota, the amount of time that you have to file a workers’ compensation claim depends on two factors, including: Whether any benefits have been paid; and  Whether a First Report of Injury has been filed with the Department of Labor and Industry. If any benefits have been paid in the past, then the injured worker would be able to bring a claim at any time during the life of the claim. This… [read post]
24 Jan 2011, 12:09 pm by dnt.atheniense@gmail.com
O Tribunal de Justiça concluiu nesta semana a implantação do Processo Judicial Digital (Projudi) em todas as comarcas do Paraná. Com a instalação do sistema na Comarca de Sengés, o Judiciário estadual paranaense dá mais um passo no caminho da completa informatização. “Essa era uma das principais metas da nossa gestão. A implantação do Projudi nas 156 comarcas vai agilizar muito a prestação jurisdicional à população do nosso Estado”, afirma o presidente do TJ/PR, desembargador… [read post]
25 Mar 2011, 2:00 am by Keith Paul Bishop
In 2007, the California Court of Appeal fired what I called at the time “a shot not heard” when it issued its opinion in People v. Cole, 156 Cal. App. 4th 452 (2007).   Seemingly, a key holding of that case was that corporate officers and directors of issuers are required to be licensed as broker-dealers unless they receive a commission for the sale of securities! Fortunately, the Commissioner of Corporations heard the shot and issued this release “to provide some clarity regarding licensure… [read post]
13 Aug 2013, 5:47 am by Doug Cornelius
While many embraced lifting the ban on general solicitation and advertising, most despised the additional mess that the SEC added in. Fortunately, you can probably ignore much of that mess. At least for a few months. We knew that the SEC was going to require that firms selling public private-placements were going to have to take some reasonable steps to confirm that the purchasers were actually accredited investors. Congress wrote that into the JOBS Act. (Although I suspect they would have written… [read post]
13 Aug 2013, 5:47 am by Doug Cornelius
While many embraced lifting the ban on general solicitation and advertising, most despised the additional mess that the SEC added in. Fortunately, you can probably ignore much of that mess. At least for a few months. We knew that the SEC was going to require that firms selling public private-placements were going to have to take some reasonable steps to confirm that the purchasers were actually accredited investors. Congress wrote that into the JOBS Act. (Although I suspect they would have written… [read post]
18 Mar 2010, 10:03 am by David Skeel
Last week, the docs ordered another set of films; earlier this week, I heard the results. One of my tumors – the one on my liver – is growing again. This means the combination of chemo drugs I was on for the last seven-plus months are no longer working. So my oncologist put me on a new chemo regimen, which, so far, is about as nasty as the one it replaced.This is not terrible news, but it isn’t good news either. As I understand the situation, there are three plausible chemo regimens for… [read post]
30 Mar 2010, 12:38 pm by Kyle Knapp
The U.S. State Department this year introduced a new visa application form, the DS-160. It replaces the DS-156 and DS-157 forms, which most visa applicants have been using to obtain visas for initial entry or return travel to the United States. For background, except for individuals from certain countries traveling to the U.S. for short-term (90 days maximum) business or pleasure trips and Canadian citizens, most individuals traveling to the U.S. must obtain visas from a United States consulate… [read post]
5 Mar 2013, 7:55 am by emagraken
Reasons for judgement were released this week by the BC Supreme Court, New Westminster Registry, addressing fault for a collision involving a Defendant who u-turned into a parking spot behind a backing up vehicle. In this week’s case (Ferguson v. Yang) the Plaintiff stopped along the curb of 8th Street in New Westminster to drop his daughter off for school.  There was a gap behind him with a white van parked behind him.  The Defendant, who was approaching from the opposite direction… [read post]
17 Jul 2013, 11:36 am by David Schubauer
David SchubauerA recent series of changes to Florida’s business laws and regulations are focused on creating and maintaining a competitive commercial climate for Florida companies, positioning the state as a business-friendly environment. These include the Revised Florida LLC Act that was signed into law last month and new state legislation that positions Florida as an incubator for public-private partnerships in the U.S. Most recently, new federal rules adopted by the Securities and Exchange… [read post]
9 Feb 2010, 1:20 pm by MacIsaac
Reasons for judgement were released today by Mr. Justice Smith of the BC Supreme Court considering the issue of fault in a collision between a pick-up truck and a motorcycle. In today’s case (Dhah v. Harris) the Plaintiff was driving his motorcycle northbound on River Road in Delta, BC.  As he was coming into the second turn of an ’s-curve’ a pick up truck was making a U-Turn from the Southbound lane into the Northbound lane.  Approaching this truck the motorcyclist hit his brakes ‘pretty… [read post]