Category Archives: Bob’s Journal

Happy New Year and Thanks

I have been the fortunate beneficiary of having many great clients over the last 40 plus years. I want to thank them for the trust they placed in me which has allowed me to enjoy helping people. That has been … Continue reading

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Vuln!! Path it now!!

Vuln!! Path it now!! Vuln!! Path it now!!

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Governor Jesse Ventura’s Jury Is In Deliberations

It would be difficult to not know about our former governor’s lawsuit against the estate of the deceased Navy SEAL for money damages he claims were sustained by publishing untrue allegations in a book.  He is claiming millions of dollars … Continue reading

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ABOTA Dedicated to Save Our Juries

I am proud to have been  selected to be a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA).  ABOTA is a national organization  of trial lawyers and judges committed to educating the public of the importance of preserving our … Continue reading

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Invitation to International Society of Barristers

I was recently invited to be a member of the International Society of Barristers. Its membership is limited and it is a high honor of which I am very humbled.  The following description is contained on its website: The International … Continue reading

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Legalization of Marijuana in the USA: The Haze Refuses to Clear

Is smoking pot legal in the United States? Yes and no. The confusion stems from the fact that although 18 states (led by Washington and Colorado) and the District of Colombia have legalized pot (within their jurisdictions), the federal government … Continue reading

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FOIA Lawsuit Fails to Produce Any Surprises

Recently, a federal court all but dismissed a lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and the New York Times under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) seeking access to documents related to the government’s targeted killing of … Continue reading

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Swartz Suicide Casts Shadow Over Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA)

The Aaron Swartz case has thrown the spotlight on the flaws of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA). For long, many Internet activists have argued that this is a “draconian computer crime law”. They insist that the vague language … Continue reading

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Different Approaches to the Gun Control Issue

The recent spate of gun violence incidents in the country has thrown the spotlight on the need to curb easy access to firearms. States such as New York are acting fast to bring in the toughest gun laws possible. This … Continue reading

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Lockheed Martin Settles False Claims Act Case

Bloomberg News (3/23, Schoenberg) reported, “Lockheed Martin…will pay $15.9 million to settle allegations it mischarged the federal government for tools used on military aircraft.” The agreement “arose from a pricing fraud by a Lockheed subcontractor that began 14 years ago, … Continue reading

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