Law firm Adams Stirling has published another piece of free legal advice that could get housing communities in trouble and harm their peers, advocating illegal secret meetings.
The reported incompetence of PG&E has gotten supporting evidence from the blunders of its energy-efficiency experts increasing energy waste in my home and gibberish in its billing notices.
A contracting service says: Don’t use a simple word if you can replace it with an obscure polysyllabic lexeme.
If you volunteer to serve on a co-op board, can you be personally liable for your acts and omissions? Myth: no. Reality: yes.
Eminent California attorney Adrian Adams of Adams-Kessler PLC has advised boards of directors to conduct business in secret, in likely violation of an open-meeting statute.
Adrian Adams, a California attorney representing the boards of directors of housing communities, has once again demonstrated his addiction to one-sided, inflammatory rhetoric, with his comments blasting a new California statute that protects vulnerable homeowners.
Giving Tuesday should have been last Tuesday, not today.
Prominent California attorney Adrian Adams has again fulminated against imaginary enemies of his clients, while encouraging his clients to get into big legal trouble.