Bar monitors lawyer loan modification advertising
With no sign of the foreclosure crisis abating, the State Bar last month began notifying lawyers that the chief trial counsel’s office wants to monitor their loan modification-related advertising.
Seniors and The Law is updated and translated
A growing number of older Americans have migrated back to the workplace or stayed on the job in recent years in the face of rising health care costs, a troubled economy and shrinking retirement accounts.
18 vie for seat on the bar board
An unusually high number of lawyers — 18 — declared their candidacy for five seats on the State Bar Board of Governors.
Ex-employee charged with embezzling $675,820
A former State Bar employee was arrested last month and charged with embezzling more than $675,000 from the bar to pay for “spa treatments, designer clothes, lavish meals and fancy hotel rooms.”
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