A Common Tenant Concern – What if I Stay Past the Lease Term? By Clint Wilson Holdover Tenant’s Liability after Lease Term Expiration Frequently we get calls from clients who realize their lease is due to expire and they need advice as to their liability if they do...read more
Helping Families Who Have Suffered from Morgue Negligence By Albro L. Lundy III The Intersection of my Personal and Professional Experience When you are an attorney, your clients don’t often call you with good news in their lives. Usually someone is calling because...read more
If good fences make good neighbors, what happens when the fence you share with your neighbor has been constructed on your side of the property line depriving you of a portion of your property and allowing your neighbor exclusive use and access to a portion of your property?read more
By Brad N. Baker
Although the challenges in our lives seem to be headed our way with increasing speed, the blessings that we are given far exceed the challenges when a moment is taken to reflect.read more
All Souls Day and Día de Los Muertos are celebrated around the world to honor the dead. Unfortunately in some mortuary negligence cases sometimes the dead are not allowed to rest in peace.read more
Upcoming Changes to Employee Overtime Pay: What is the FLSA’s “Final Rule” and How Will it Affect Your Business?
By Evan Koch
A number of business owners have recently contacted our office regarding the Department of Labor’s (“DOL”) new overtime pay rule that is going into effect on December 1, 2016. These business owners are specifically wondering what this new overtime rule is and how it will affect their business.read more
Estate planning attorney Christine Daniels explains the differences between probate vs. wills vs. trusts to help people make better decisions for their estate plans.
Many of my friends don’t really know what estate planning means. Granted, most of them are my age, in their mid-twenties and have been lucky enough to not have experienced a parent’s unexpected, premature passing. Nonetheless, having an idea of the three main ways to administer the assets after a loved one’s passing is good info to have in your back pocket.read more
Muhammad Ali and Me – Traveling to Vietnam to Fight for POWs
By Albro Lundy III
Larger than Life
I always thought that Ali was larger than life until I was sitting across from him on a chance limousine ride we shared to the airport in Philadelphia. This was long before Parkinson’s disease has quieted the voice of this great orator. And my conversation with him was nothing less than ethereal.read more
Recent estate law changes have created new opportunities for people with less than $10 million in assets to reduce future income taxes for their beneficiaries.
Brad N. Baker, senior estate planning attorney at Baker, Burton & Lundy, describes what basis is and how the new opportunities with Portability might affect you.
There are three things you should do immediately if you are served with a lawsuit: 1) contact your lawyer, 2) contact your insurance company, and 3) find your job file.read more
While certain state laws (especially Delaware) are generally more favorable to company organizers, especially where passive investors/shareholders are involved, oftentimes difficulties created with foreign incorporation outweigh the benefits.read more
Baker, Burton & Lundy prosecuted this case tenaciously, trying the case for over 30 days and taking the case up to the California Supreme Court twice. The jury spent over a week determining a verdict, awarding $3.16 million to the Martinez family for their damages suffered as a result of the explosion.read more