Too Little, Too Late

Too Little, Too Late

It is heartbreaking when I have to tell a client that the limitations period for filing suit expired before they consulted me. It is even worse when the client previously retained a less than stellar lawyer who did not recognize the liability and failed to file the...
Tip Of The Week: What Is My Duty To Preserve Evidence?

Tip Of The Week: What Is My Duty To Preserve Evidence?

When you are involved in a lawsuit, it is to your benefit to you keep anything that may be used as evidence to help your case. This includes digital records such as text messages, pictures, social media posts, and much more. In this week’s Tip Of The Week video,...
What Can A Shareholder Derivative Action Do For You?

What Can A Shareholder Derivative Action Do For You?

I finished a shareholder derivative action last week with a settlement very favorable to my client. The suit involved two corporations, which I will call corporation A and corporation B. My client was a 50% stockholder and the President of corporation A in addition to...
Tip Of The Week: What Do I Do If I Am Injured On The Job?

Tip Of The Week: What Do I Do If I Am Injured On The Job?

Don’t wait to report an on-the-job injury, that’s this week’s Tip of the Week from Gathings Law attorney and Senior Partner, Lloyd Gathings. Lloyd says that even if you think you might recover, you need to report it to your employer as soon as you feel any...