The Law and Other Musings
As the nation slowly emerges from the COVID pandemic that shut down so many offices, a question that both commercial landlords and tenants must consider is “How important to my business is a physical office”? Our commercial real estate attorneys encourage clients to think creatively about running their business in a physical, online, or mixed office environment.
I graduated from law school 40 years ago this June. The first 10 years of my career were peripatetic; four years with a Wall Street firm, two years with a regional DC firm, two years as an in-house attorney and two years with a firm that, in one guise or another, morphed into the firm I'm with today.
"Effective Solutions From Creative Lawyers." That's the motto of our law firm, Press, Dozier & Hamelburg, LLC, and we really try to live up to that message. But do our clients and potential clients view us that way?
Posted November 6, 2012 by Daniel P. Dozier in Articles & Publications, The Law and Other Musings
The 2012 presidential election has been the most expensive to date. The whopping $2 billion that has been spent by both campaigns can be partially attributed to the Citizens United v. the Federal Election Commission decision by the Supreme Court.
Posted October 26, 2012 by Daniel P. Dozier in Articles & Publications, The Law and Other Musings
From the New York Post: Dad sues own kid in matter of 'trust'.
Why is it that some lawyers seem to think the courts are designed to solve every problem? Do they think suing someone - even their own children - will intimidate? Dominate? Scare? Resolve the problem?
Posted November 21, 2011 by Daniel P. Dozier in Articles & Publications, The Law and Other Musings
Like many of you, I read a lot of blogs, some of which are even worth reading and fewer of which might even be true.
I recently read a blog that says it all about our modern life, the practice of law, being a parent and human values. Think about this when you are sweating your practice: