November 28, 2023

The Shepherds of Inequality: And the Futility of Our Efforts to Stop Them

In The Shepherds of Inequality, Dawn Pretorius declares money laundering “one of the world’s biggest and most vociferous sustainable industries.”

Defining dirty cash as profits from drug dealing, people trafficking, arms smuggling, illegal logging and mining operations, as well as tax evasion, insider trading, embezzlement, cybercrimes, identity theft and other “white-collar” shenanigans, Pretorius presents 60 […]

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February 14, 2023

Contemptible: A surgeon’s battle for justice against insurance giant Cigna and a biased federal bench

In Contemptible, John B. Hackert, MD describes his complicated civil court case against Cigna Health and Life Insurance Company.

The case was apparently initiated in 2018 and arose from Hackert’s transition from a primary “colorectal surgeon…to assisting only.” On that point, Hackert notes only that his reason for the career change has “the makings of […]

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February 14, 2023

How to Win Your Case

In How to Win Your Case, Dr. Thomas Curtis relies on his experience as an expert witness as a psychiatrist in child custody and workman’s compensation cases to give advice to those contemplating or pursuing litigation.

Curtis’s book is arranged in one to three page snippets covering such topics as how to choose an attorney, […]

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June 22, 2020

GAP, Generic Acquisition Protocol: How America Steals Her Own Children

In GAP, Christopher Nordloh argues against legal proceedings that removed a child from her mother, Rebekah Nordloh (a.k.a. Rebekah Brouillard), awarding custody, preliminarily on an emergency basis, to her father, Kevin Jones. The mother never regained custody of her child.

The author states that one of his reasons for writing this book is to provide […]

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January 27, 2020

The Vanishing Trial: The Era of Courtroom Performers and the Perils of Its Passing

Ben Brafman, Jimmy LaRossa and Gustave Newman aren’t household names. But they are considered giants among their trial attorney peers because of their penetrating intellect and mesmerizing court performances. It won’t be long, warns The Vanishing Trial’s author Robert Katzberg, before lawyers of their caliber become a dying breed.

Katzberg has practiced law for 40 […]

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November 19, 2018

Divorce, Simply Stated (2nd Edition)

With the second edition of Divorce, Simply Stated, Larry Sarezky, a practicing attorney with 35 years of experience, skillfully maps the geography of divorce, providing readers with the knowledge to navigate that often-treacherous territory.

The information Sarezky offers is compendious, covering everything from how to evaluate a business for property distribution, to a […]

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April 4, 2016

Why Are Student Athletes Funding Your Future?: No More Excuses: Pay Me!

This scholarly research study brings some dispassionate cool to a red-hot social issue: the plight of student-athletes the National Collegiate Athletic Association has long treated like chattel in the name of “amateurism.” Former Navy man Ernest E. Cutler, Jr.’s book comprises his stiff, academically rigorous PhD. dissertation at Northcentral University (Prescott, Az.), offering a […]

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January 13, 2014

The Miami Police Worksheet

Retired Miami Police Department Assistant Chief Phil Doherty has ambitiously compiled a history of the city’s law enforcement events from 1896 through current time. Retired lieutenant Harvey Bach and numerous officers who patrolled the streets also contributed.

Doherty offers brief narratives about everything from clearing out vagrants living on city streets to homicide investigations to […]

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September 23, 2013

Leaning on the Line by Lawyers and Others

Who can resist a great lawyer’s joke? Its power derives from the popular notion that an unwitting public is at the mercy of unscrupulous attorneys who manipulate the legal system in order to make their fortunes.

In his book, Leaning On The Line By Lawyers And Others, retired lawyer Arthur Brantman reveals that there may […]

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June 24, 2013

Locuciones latinas en materia jurídica (Latin Terms in Legal Materials)

Although Latin is often considered a “dead” language, author Noé Bustamante Bustamante illustrates in his book Locuciones Latinas en material juridical how many countries still use it because their law systems are rooted in Roman law. He further declares that the use of Latin helps to keep law refined and cultured, as it was in […]

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