Month: August 2016

Wire Transfer Fraud–Stopped!

There is a wave of internet scammers targeting law firms and attempting to divert seller closing proceeds following real estate transactions. A shout out to Sarah Reamer Buzzard in our office who received a request for a seemingly legitimate wiring transfer to the seller of a transaction and confirmed by email and cell phone. Approaching […]

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Medical Malpractice Question (Answered on

Q: Do I have a lawsuit: I just had my baby a few days ago, the labor and delivery went perfectly until my doctor started pulling on my umbilical cord to remove my placenta less than 3 minutes after I birthed my son, it started hurting terribly and I screamed for her to stop multiple […]

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Sticks and Stones

Defamation is a false statement communicated to another person that injures a person’s reputation or good name. Lawsuits for defamation have a long history in the United States, even before the Revolution. Claims for defamation fall between the right of free speech of citizens and the acknowledgement that misstatements and lies can severely damage a […]

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