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Sunday, November 20, 2016

I Would Have Baked The Cake

Aaron and Melissa Klein, owners of “Sweet Cakes by Melissa”, were fined $135,000 by the State of Oregon for refusing to bake a cake for a same-sex wedding because of their Christian beliefs. They were subjected to a public smear campaign and received death threats. They paid the $135,000 and had to close the bakery. Christian bakers in other states took the same stance and suffered similar fates. I sincerely commend the Kleins and the other Christian bakers for standing up for what they believe at such great personal cost. However, I would have taken a different approach. I would have baked the cake.

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Monday, August 22, 2016

The Infamous McDonald’s Coffee Spill Case

This August marks the 22nd year anniversary of the verdict in the McDonald’s coffee spill case – one of the most famous and misunderstood cases in American jurisprudence. I can’t tell you how many people have said to me “what about the McDonald’s coffee spill case” when discussing how much their case is worth; in other words, if the lady in the coffee spill case got that much, I should get at least “x” amount for my injury.

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Friday, June 3, 2016

The Moral Basis Of Debt Settlement

This blog is written for, and dedicated to, dear believers in Christ who struggle with the idea of paying creditors less than what is owed.

I met with a Christian client to discuss eliminating his debt through debt settlement.  Years ago, he was seriously ill, and, as a result, was deep in debt. He wanted to file bankruptcy, but was counseled, as many Christians are, that it is wrong for a Christian to do so even if the debt is due to illness. Based on this mindset, he decided not to file bankruptcy.

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Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Tending the Sheep And Fulfilling the Call of God Where You’re At, Right Now

This isn’t a typical attorney blog. My hope and prayer, though, is that it will be an encouragement to some of those who read it.

Many committed believers in Christ aspire to do great things for God. I know I always have. What that means and the road to getting there, however, has taken a decidedly different path than I first imagined.

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Monday, February 29, 2016

In Pursuit of Justice

Little did I know the phone call I received on January 9, 2004, would lead me down a long, winding road in pursuit of justice for a man shot and left for dead in a robbery attempt. A road filled with many obstacles and setbacks. Eight years later, that road come to an end. Justice, although delayed, was finally served. This is Brian’s story. I hope it encourages others pursuing justice to keep fighting and not give up.

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Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Auto Insurance Coverage: You Have It, But Is Your Coverage Adequate?

Time and time again, I have found the answer to this question is no.  The problem is, people typically come to me after an accident has occurred and at that point in time it’s too late – they’re stuck with the coverage they have.  In this blog, I will explain some important types of coverage and make some recommendations.

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Thursday, February 18, 2016

Invaluable Lessons Learned Practicing Law Over The Years

This January marked the 27th anniversary of my admittance to the New York State bar. In this blog, I would like to share five invaluable lessons I’ve learned advising and representing people through the years in medical malpractice and injury cases.

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