Cindy Rubi has performed paralegal duties for attorney Steven M. Fink in his employment and civil litigation practice since 1997. She also oversees his accounts receivables and accounts payables.
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In Wang v. The TDS Group, Inc. (2014, Sixth District Court of Appeal, Case No. H038786), our attorneys won affirmance of the trial court’s order granting the defendant’s post-trial motion for new trial following a multi-million dollar plaintiff’s verdict. The Court of Appeal agreed that the erroneous jury verdict form gave rise to irreconcilably inconsistent jury answers, and thus was “against the law.”
You have a First Amendment right to protest. However, the government is allowed to place narrow restrictions on the exercise of your rights. Make sure you’re prepared by brushing up on your rights before heading out into the streets to protest.
We all know that the only things you can rely on are “death and taxes” and, unfortunately, during a pandemic the former may hit close to home. As such, the conventional wisdom of not noticing your own witness' deposition may be dangerously wrong…