Check out the latest video installment of the New York Times “Retro Report,” which is an innovative documentary created by the New York Times that attempts to peel back the layers of some of the most perplexing news stories of our past with the goal of encouraging the public to think more critically about current events

A much anticipated ruling on the legality of California’s Proposition 8 and the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) is expected to be handed down by the Supreme Court this month. In March, the Justices considered oral arguments from attorneys representing both sides. Below is a concise summary of some of the more likely outcomes, provided by

During a divorce, a spouse has to be very careful that he or she does not get in trouble with the judge in handling property and accounts.  Recently, we handled a divorce where the husband and wife purchased numerous movies, television episodes, songs, books, and apps through iTunes (as a couple). During the divorce, the

When an insurance company is negotiating with its policyholder following an accident, a fairly common scenario involves the insurance company delaying payment of the claim for replacement of the damaged car to gain an unfair advantage in negotiating the value of that car.  Typically, the adjuster will not send the claimant a check for the

Attorney Jeffrey R. Salberg has successfully represented several veterans in Veterans Court. Veterans Court is part of the local court system; however it provides an alternative forum for veterans to assist in their rehabilitation process. Please click the link below to read more about Veterans Court and see attorney Jeffrey R. Salberg appearing before the