Lawyer for Advocates for Individuals with Disabilities Quietly Files More Serial ADA Lawsuits Targeting Valley-Area Hotels and Motels
The lawyer for the controversial Advocates for Individuals with Disabilities (AID), the organization that launched over a thousand nearly identical lawsuits against Arizona businesses last year, has quietly been filing a steady stream of new ADA lawsuits over the past month, targeting Valley-area hotels and motels.
For the past month, AID’s lead lawyer, Peter Strojnik, has regularly filed as many as three … Read More
The Difference Between Arbitration, Mediation, and a Trial
Transcript of Arbitration Vs. Trial
Hi, my name is Mitchell Reichman. I’m a board certified specialist in Family Law and chair of the Family Law Department at Jaburg Wilk.
Arbitration is different than trial in important ways. First, arbitration occurs in private offices and so the process is confidential. Another way it’s different is if arbitrators are not bound by time constraints that … Read More
Expert Witnesses: Who Needs ’Em?
By Matt Anderson, Esq.
Clients often ask whether retaining an expert witness is necessary in their case. And they are wise to ask, because experts are a critical part of many cases, but not all. As attorneys, we often retain an expert "because we can" or "because that's how we always litigate this type of case." But often we fail to ask ourselves the only question that matters: will … Read More
5 Easy Steps to Derail Your Attorney/Client Relationship
When clients come to me for legal advice, I assume they will consider my advice, if not follow it. However, for sake of argument, let's say you are different and you want to know the best ways to negatively impact the attorney/client relationship. In my opinion, there are five ways to get your relationship off to a bad start, or if it was going well, to insure that it gets worse. For both … Read More