Defendants ask for oral argument in Berkeley co-op appeal

November 13th, 2014

Oral argument has been requested by the seven appellants, and waived by the respondent, in a lawsuit involving a Berkeley senior housing cooperative.

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Pool vs. Berkeley Town House et al.: documents

November 13th, 2014

Public records of a 2012–2014 lawsuit in Alameda County, California, involving senior housing cooperative Berkeley Town House.

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Adrian Adams fans the flames again

November 1st, 2014

Prominent California attorney Adrian Adams has again fulminated against imaginary enemies of his clients, while encouraging his clients to get into big legal trouble.

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Adams-Kessler weighs in for corporate corruption

October 12th, 2014

Once again, law firm Adams-Kessler has dispensed advice aimed at protecting corrupt corporate bosses from exposure.

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Appeal briefs filed in Berkeley housing co-op case

October 2nd, 2014

The last of 3 briefs has been filed in San Francisco in an appeal from an order in a lawsuit involving senior housing co-op Berkeley Town House.

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Dear Governor:

September 3rd, 2014

My message to the governor of California about one of the 806 bills awaiting his signature or veto.

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So what if he’s barrel-chested?

September 1st, 2014

Why do so few people share my dismissal of the value of biographical interludes, emphasizing physical body descriptions, in reporting on important public issues?

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Progress reported in settling Berkeley co-op litigation

August 12th, 2014

Court filings have reported progress toward settling disputes involving a Berkeley housing cooperative.

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Contraception and religious liberty

July 12th, 2014

Lawyers from the Thomas More Law Center filed a lawsuit a year ago claiming that contraception insurance required by the U.S. government violates religious liberty. How good an argument did they make? Read the brief and decide for yourself.

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In automatic translation, bad can be perfect

July 5th, 2014

A Nigerian scam email in Esperanto illustrates that in some markets the ungrammatical output from free automatic translation doesn’t damage the efficacy of the message.

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