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Celebrate National Library Week

By Kelly on April 07, 2017//Leave a comment

Help us celebrate National Library Week April 9 through April 15. The theme this year is Libraries Transform. How has the Law Library transformed your life? Share your stories on Facebook and Twitter.   Today, April 11, is National Library Workers Day, a day to recognize the valuable contributions made by all library workers.  …

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Spacing Matters in Your Brief in Our Social Media Post of the Week

By Kelly on April 07, 2017//Leave a comment

Do you follow our tweets and Facebook posts? If not, you missed the law firm that was sanctioned for using the wrong spacing in a brief to the Federal Circuit Court.   CafeX Communications, Inc. is suing Amazon Web Services for trademark infringement and unfair competition. The firm representing Amazon filed a brief that did…

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Sign Up for Our FREE Elder Law Virtual Legal Clinic

By Kelly on March 28, 2017//Leave a comment

Elder Law & Advocacy and the San Diego Law Library are proud to work together to provide FREE video conferencing for legal assistance for people over 60. You can get help with legal issues such as financial elder abuse, landlord tenant problems, contract disputes, or consumer issues. Appointments are required, so please call 858-565-1392 to…

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The Oxford Comma in Our Social Media Post of the Week

By Kelly on March 23, 2017//Leave a comment

Do you follow our tweets and Facebook posts? If not, you missed the Maine court case where the decision turned on the use, or lack of use, of the Oxford comma.   The case dealt with overtime pay for truck drivers. The drivers’ attorney argued that the guidelines for overtime pay were ambiguous due to…

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Ticket and Infraction Amnesty Ending April 3

By Kelly on March 23, 2017//Leave a comment

The one-time amnesty law for unpaid pre-2013 traffic tickets and non-traffic infractions is expiring April 3. You can participate in the program if:   You have unpaid tickets with bail or fines originally due to be paid on or before January 1, 2013 AND you are not current with payments. You may be eligible to…

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