Courtroom security: Whose problem is it?
, July 2007
For those of us practicing in the challenging arena of domestic relations, we often are witness to the turbulent and volatile situations that occur in courtrooms which require prompt and effective security intervention.
Deadbeat Parents’ Act
, September 2003
Is the Deadbeat Parents' Act unconstitutional? A father convicted under the Deadbeat Parents Act (DPPA) for his willful failure to pay child support challenged his conviction all the way to the United States Court of Appeals.
Prenuptial agreements / retirement waivers/ERISA
, August 2002
Prenuptial agreements that include waivers of retirement benefits can create serious issues, including potential malpractice claims for those uninformed of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) and Retirement Equity Act (REA ), 29 U.S.C. Section 1055.
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