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21 May 2013, 2:34 pm by FHH Law
FCC announces procedures for waiver requests by noncommercial broadcasters. The time has come, yet again, for broadcasters to respond to a natural catastrophe with their characteristic humanity, offering help wherever and whenever possible. As the horrific stories and images from tornado-devastated Oklahoma – and particularly the community of Moore – make their way out of the storm’s heartless swath, broadcast stations may want to undertake fund-raising efforts to support… [read post]
8 Nov 2010, 8:34 pm by emagraken
As I’ve previously written, the BC Evidence Act permits, in certain circumstances, witnesses to give evidence via video-conference instead of appearing live in Court.  This can result in great savings of time and money to parties involved in a lawsuit.  Reasons for judgement were released today by the BC Supreme Court, Vernon Registry, demonstrating that orders allowing video-conference evidence at trial may become more common place given the New BC Supreme Court Rules focus on… [read post]
29 May 2013, 2:03 pm by Martin Schwartz
Martin SchwartzThree condominium and homeowners bills were passed by the Florida legislature: House Bill 73, Senate Bill 120, and House Bill 7119. One of the bills, Senate Bill 120, is currently before the Governor for review. Two of the three bills (HB 73 and HB 7119) inserted the Division of Florida Condominiums, Timeshares and Mobile Homes (“Division”) into the governance of Homeowners’ Associations (“HOAs”), perhaps as a precursor to the… [read post]
7 Feb 2014, 12:18 am by Howard Weiss
Audio Division announces use-it-or-lose-some-of-it renewal policy. If you’ve got a license to operate a radio station, you’d better have that station up and running and you’d better keep it that way. That’s the none-too-subtle message in an Audio Division decision imposing a “short-term” renewal – i.e., a two-year license term instead of the customary eight-year term – on a Texas FM licensee whose station was silent for much of its abbreviated… [read post]
17 Mar 2012, 9:40 am by admin
Should a law firm be able to refer a delinquent account payable owed by a former client to a collection agency? [read post]
2 Jun 2010, 2:34 am by Jason Poblete
Yesterday the U.S. Department of State, Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC) published the following guidance: Requests for Proviso Reconsideration and/or Clarification.  Available, here. Support Documentation Requirements for license applications for temporary exports of defense articles and temporary imports of unclassified defense articles.  Available, here. Reminding applicants of license support documentation rules require a letter of explanation/justification for license… [read post]
17 Nov 2011, 8:08 pm by Staff
State v. Mr. A. (Maricopa County Superior Court No. 0101602FE): Mr. A. was arrested for an alleged DUI violation in which his breath alcohol content was a .103. As he was being arrested, police claim that Mr. A. became angry and slammed his head into the cross support pillar of the police vehicle. He was charged with Resisting Arrest and Criminal Damage. Due to the circumstances surrounding the case, we were able to have all charges dismissed by the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office. [read post]
17 Nov 2011, 8:17 pm by Staff
State v. Ms. A. (Maricopa County Superior Court No. A839517CR): Mr. A. was at a house party on the reservation when police arrived. They entered and arrested her brother’s friend, when she intervened and began asking numerous questions of the police. The officers became frustrated and arrested her, claiming she was obstructing a criminal investigation, committing Disorderly Conducting, Resisting Arrest, and Providing False Information. We were able to talk to the assigned prosecutor on the… [read post]
17 Nov 2011, 8:09 pm by Staff
(Maricopa County Superior Court No. 0200160CR): Mr. K was stopped for an alleged DUI violation and taken to a police station. He requested to speak to his attorney multiple times, but police would not let him. Ultimately, the police obtained a search warrant to draw his blood and he was strapped in a restraining chair while they drew his blood. The police claimed that he was resisting arrest and fighting them when this occurred. After extensive investigation, the case was set to an Evidentiary… [read post]
12 Jul 2012, 8:52 pm by LD Guadalupe Vivar Álvarez.
CUMPLIMIENTO ESPONTÁNEO, CUANDO SE CONFIGURA. Autor colaborador: L.D. GUADALUPE VIVAR ÁLVAREZ www.vivarconsultores.com Recientemente un Tribunal Colegiado al resolver un amparo sostuvo que no se configura el cumplimiento espontaneo de una obligación si previamente ya había existido un requerimiento, aun y cuando esta obligación se haya cumplido cuando todavía no había … Continuar leyendo... → Artículos relacionados: Personas físicas. Efectos fiscales por diferencia… [read post]
17 Nov 2011, 8:29 pm by Staff
(Maricopa County Superior Court No. CR2007-109798): Mr. G. was charged with felony criminal damage and felony resisting arrest. Mr. G. came home from a party and was extremely upset with his neighbor, and ended up damaging a door frame. Officers were called to scene, and as they spoke with Mr. G., they became concerned that something was in pocket. They immediately grabbed him and threw him to the ground, although Mr. G. stated he had “done nothing wrong.” After police tasered him and… [read post]
12 Jul 2012, 8:52 pm by LD Guadalupe Vivar Álvarez.
CUMPLIMIENTO ESPONTÁNEO, CUANDO SE CONFIGURA. Autor colaborador: L.D. GUADALUPE VIVAR ÁLVAREZ www.vivarconsultores.com Recientemente un Tribunal Colegiado al resolver un amparo sostuvo que no se configura el cumplimiento espontaneo de una obligación si previamente ya había existido un requerimiento, aun y cuando esta obligación se haya cumplido cuando todavía no había … Continuar leyendo... → Artículos relacionados: Personas físicas. Efectos fiscales por diferencia… [read post]
18 Dec 2011, 10:23 pm by Staff
DISMISSED – Felony Resisting Arrest/Extreme DUI Reduced, State v. Mr. V. (DMC No. 7133) (Pinal County Superior Court No. CR2007-00171): Mr. V. was pulled over for erratic driving and was being arrested for a subsequent DUI violation when the officer claims he resisted arrest. The officer slammed Mr. V. to the ground and injured Mr. V.’s head. Mr. V. subsequently submitted to a blood test which revealed a .286 blood. We were able to show that the use of force was excessive, and the State… [read post]
14 Jun 2013, 2:46 pm by David Lat
This dream home actually comes with a nightmarish history…. Continue reading »Follow Above the Law on Twitter or become a fan on Facebook.Tags: 18 East 73rd Street, Antonia Pavia, Boutique Law Firms, Fabulosity, George M. Pavia, George Pavia, James Couri, Lawyerly Lairs, Manhattan, Money, New York City, NYC, Partner Issues, Pavia & Harcourt LLP, Real Estate, Small Law Firms, Sonia Sotomayor, Upper East Side     [read post]
17 Nov 2011, 8:17 pm by Staff
State v. Mr. D. (Maricopa County Superior Court No. 2002-094134CR): Ms. D. was having a party in his back yard with numerous people and had been drinking when he was confronted by a young lady who spit in his face. He pushed her away, and the police were called. Because she was 15 years of age, he was charged with Aggravated Assault. When the police grabbed him to arrest him, he did not realize they were officers (as he was grabbed from behind). He was then charged with Resisting Arrest and… [read post]
22 Oct 2010, 4:16 pm by Neil Kornfeld, QC
The British Columbia Court of Appeal has ruled on the question of whether section 73.1 of the Land Title Act has retrospective application: Idle-O-Apartments Inc. v. Charlyn Investments Ltd. 2010 BCCA 460 – Reasons for Judgment Dated October 19, 2010. The same court earlier ruled that a lease for over three years for a portion of land (as opposed to a portion of a building) is unenforceable: International Paper Industries Ltd. v. Top Line Industries Inc. (1996), 20 B.C.L.R. (3d) 41 (C.A.) That… [read post]
27 Nov 2013, 12:08 am by FHH Law
Earlier this month we reported on an Order and Further Notice of Proposed Rulemaking ( in which the FCC is looking to revise the rules the it adopted in 2011 – and that took effect in 2012 – pursuant to the CALM Act. That’s the 2010 law by which Congress hopes to eliminate LOUD COMMERCIALS from the TV airwaves. The Further Notice of Proposed Rulemaking portion of the Commission’s most recent action has now made it into the Federal Register, which establishes the… [read post]
5 Aug 2012, 7:15 am by FHH Law
Meanwhile, back at the FM translator application backlog . . . In March, the Commission announced the process by which the pile of several thousand FM translator applications, still pending since the infamous 2003 filing window, would be trimmed down. (You can read the Commission’s full 35-page – not including appendices – decision here, or our punchy, far more abbreviated recap of it here.) As we reported in May, the process by which the Commission intends to thin the herd involves… [read post]
20 Nov 2012, 12:14 pm by FHH Law
 Ten-month-old proposal takes first step toward possible rulemaking. Last January, we wrote about a proposal by Entercom Communications Corp. to change the FCC’s on-air contest rule. As we all know, that rule requires that, when a station promotes a station-conducted contest on the air, the station must disclose – on the air – all the material terms of the contest.  Such disclosures can be a real drag programming-wise, even when they’re jammed into the kind of… [read post]
7 Aug 2012, 9:47 pm by legalinformatics
Professor Dr. John Gastil of the Penn State University Department of Communication Arts and Sciences has published an op-ed entitled Citizens’ Initiative Review does help voters, study shows, OregonLive, 7 August 2012. In this op-ed, Professor Gastil responds to assertions questioning the effects of the 2010 Oregon Citizens’ Initiative Review (CIR) — a public deliberation about ballot initiatives, involving 24 randomly selected Oregon citizens. Professor Gastil’s response summarizes the… [read post]