Category Archives: Authors
Landlord-tenant law has evolved mightily over the past 40 years. Here are some of the more dramatic developments. Your right to a decent place to live — and what to do if you don’t get it Do you think 1,500 serious housing code violations in an apartment building should excuse your obligation to pay rent? Continue Reading »
Revolution was in the air as the nineteen-sixties gave way to the seventies. There was the sexual revolution, the social revolution, and lest we forget, a two-part revolution in divorce law in California. The first part occurred on January 1, 1970, when no-fault divorce laws made their debut. No-fault divorce allows spouses to end a Continue Reading »
Nolo author and superstar, Fred Hertz, keeps Huffington Post readers informed as a mega-hit divorce blogger. Check out Fred’s most recent posts on infidelity, gay divorce in New Mexico, and more.
Are you a musician in need of legal information or practical advice for the business side of your art? Want to network with various music technology & entertainment insiders? Rich Stim, author of Music Law, will be speaking at the California Lawyers for the Arts 28th Annual Music Business Seminar. The seminar merges music and technology by Continue Reading »
Are you interested in starting (or growing) a small nonprofit? Need real world strategies that work? Sign up for Effective Fundraising for Nonprofits and you’ll learn how to: • Work with individual donors • Plan special events • Solicit grants from foundations and corporations • Get media coverage and use the Web to further goals Continue Reading »