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EGCR’s Fun Legal Fact of the Week: The Discovery of San Francisco

Elizabeth Gallo Court Reporting’s Fun Legal Fact of the Week is here to help you get through the work week by sharing a random fact about American History, law, and more! Today’s Fun Fact is about San Francisco. On March 28th, 1776, a man by the name of Juan Bautista De Anza would arrive on. Continue reading…

Eleventh Circuit Rules Banks can Not Force Customers into Arbitration

A recent U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit ruling has found that banks cannot force clients into arbitration in lieu of litigation over overdraft fees for debit card purchases. The court noted that arbitration was a matter of contract that cannot be a requirement. However, unless the parties have agreed to it. The. Continue reading…

Why Georgia Adoption Laws are More Difficult Than Others

Georgia’s adoption laws in order to make adoptions easier in the state is up for discussion among a state legislators. Georgia’s House  approved the latest version of the adoption bill earlier this year. However, the state senators did not vote, thus, awaiting review of the proposed legislation. Georgia’s adoption rates are below the national average. The number of children. Continue reading…

Judge Rules Disclosure of Powerball Winner’s Name is Invasion of Privacy

A New Hampshire judge held that a multi-million dollar Powerball winner can keep her name private. The Hillsborough County Judge, Charles Temple, found that revealing a winner’s name goes against privacy rights.   The Court’s Reasoning  The ruling was unsettling since New Hampshire’s Lottery Commission (NHLC) saw it would be forced to reveal the winner’s name. They thought so due to. Continue reading…

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