ADA Reform: Applying the Brakes on Drive-by Serial Plaintiffs Posing as Legitimate ADA Advocates

Over the last decade, there has been an influx of lawsuits for purported violations of Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (“ADA”) being filed across the country, particularly in California and in Florida.1  Unfortunately, one … [Read More...]

The Shocking Effects of Poaching

The recent cruel slaughtering of the beloved thirteen year old Southwest African lion named Cecil, a collared subject of Oxford University researchers, who was lured outside the Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe at night by hunters into private land only … [Read More...]

Exercise: Therapy to Work-Induced Stress

As a legal professional, it is necessary to include exercise in our daily life.  Juggling administrative tasks, multiple client matters, business meetings, counseling clients, and researching and drafting papers while managing the growth of your practice is not only time … [Read More...]