New Home & Construction Defect Litigation

I am proud to report that my wife and I have realized one of the cornerstones of the American dream – we have just purchased our first home! This was no easy task considering the current financial situation of our country and the hesitancy of banks to loan out money. Somehow, someway, we put in one offer on one home and that…

Cybersleuthing: Be Your Own Online Clouseau

Hello out there in cyberspace! First, I just wanted to thank you for reading the Attorney Credits blog, I hope you find some useful information on our site that can benefit you in your personal practice. We have made an attempt this year to reach out to attorneys throughout the country this year with our social media effort. Hopefully, between our Facebook…

Temporary Repeal of the Estate Tax

One of the most disturbing things to take place in the law this year – the repeal of the estate tax, or the “death” tax as Georg W. liked to call it. I know, it’s now quite scary as the new Nightmare on Elm Street movie, but for practitioners that deal with wills, trusts, and probate matters there could be no bigger…

The Nuts & Bolts of Criminal Law

As Director of Legal of Legal Education with Attorney Credits I am very proud of the programming that we have put together on our website for attorneys. When I first began this task my goal was to create courses that were both educational and entertaining, and that would benefit you in your practice – without wasting your time and breaking the bank.…

Cybersleuthing & Intellectual Assets

On Thursday night I had the pleasure of taping another wonderful event with the North County Bar Association here in San Diego. It was a great dinner on a beautiful Southern California spring evening, and there was a wonderful presentation on Cybersleuthing – or more appropriate title ‘digging up dirt online.’ It was a great presentation that instructed attorneys how to find…