It's a connected world, and the power of connection is often in the confidence and awareness it provides—important factors when you need help resolving a legal problem. Below, you'll find access to the GetLegal blog, which will keep you updated and aware of trends or important issues.


  • When Mama Dies, the Turf War Begins: Who Takes Title to the Family Farm?

    Almost nothing is as sacred to Texans as the ownership of real estate, free from the claims of others. For decades, boundary disputes have erupted into family feuds, squatters run off at gunpoint, and poachers bear the brunt of Texas-style citizens arrests. We take our ownership of this precious re... Read more

  • and Bazaarify Introduce Catalyst™

    Introducing Catalyst™ Business Reputation Management Services The Internet and Social Media have given a voice to millions, offering web visitors the opportunity to provide reviews on a multitude of products and services. Studies indicate that more and more consumers rely on online reviews to m... Read more

  • Bronx Metro-North Derailment Victim Seeks Compensation for Injuries

    Bronx Derailment Victim Seeks Compensation for Injuries With the Help of Attorney Michael Lamonsoff Denise Williams, a dentist and retired Army colonel, injured in the Metro-North train derailment in the Bronx Sunday, has filed notice of claim against the commuter railroad. Her attorney is Micha... Read more

  • Jeffrey Rattikin Takes Helm of

    Jeffrey Rattikin Takes Helm of Jeffrey A. Rattikin, a partner at Rattikin & Rattikin, LLP, has joined Dallas-based Attorney Store as a partner, and as its new president. A commercial and residential real estate attorney with a quarter century of practice experi... Read more


    Has the SOPA/PIPA protest and blackout killed the bills? The anti-SOPA/PIPA movement has enlisted the support of millions of Internet users, who have signed petitions and contacted legislators with objections to the bills. Will petitions and demands of constituents effectively halt passage of... Read more

  • SOPA and PIPA – A Chill Blowing Through Cyberspace?

    Could SOPA Mean Chinese-Style Control of the Net? On Wednesday, January 18, 2012, Wikipedia and other websites shutdown in order to protest proposed legislation that would purportedly reduce online piracy by making it easier to shutdown websites offering illegal content. Both bills – the Stop Onl... Read more

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