Top 10 Tips For Taking the State Bar
We’ve asked our attorneys for their advice for taking the bar. Here are our top 10 tips. Start studying early and create a study schedule. This can be difficult to do with law school, but if you have a free weekend and some time to catch up on a subject you think you have weaknesses…
Use of Drones in Law Enforcement – A Good Idea?
By: Sun Choy
USA Today recently reported that the International Association of Chiefs of Police issued advisory guidelines for the use of drones by law enforcement. While the number of drones in use is relatively low, the IACP anticipates the increased use of drones as costs come down. Not
Recent Court Rulings Suggest Homeowners’ Associations May Selectively Enforce Covenants
By: Marc Bardack
In two recent rulings, state trial court judges have rejected homeowner claims against homeowners associations (HOAs) for failing to enforce covenants against a neighbor. These rulings raise the question of whether HOA’s can enforce neighborhood covenants selectively as they see fit.
In Sugarloaf Residential Property Owners Association, Inc. v. Greenwald, the
ADA Lawsuits Plaguing Property Owners
By: Ben Mathis and Marty Heller
Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), which covers “public accommodations,” is not widely known to the general public. Property owners, however, are becoming too familiar with its requirements as they confront an avalanche of lawsuits for non-compliance.
Title III includes the