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Plaintiff may serve discovery on another party 10 days after service of the complaint. (CCP §2030.020, 2031.020). A Defendant may serve discovery at any time…
While getting started in 2017, Brett Sachs had to sell his car and skip out on family events to make ends meet. But with some unwavering resilience…
Upon receipt of an opposing parties’ discovery responses, your countdown to compel further responses begins. The motion to compel further responses…
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Episode 10: The Skirmish Chest Sherif El Dabe worked at two large firms, and was so disenchanted by the experience, he decided to leave it all behind to build a […]
Episode 9: I’ve Come a Long Way, Baby! In the early 90s, the idea of a woman launching and running her own law firm was a stretch of the imagination. […]
Episode 8: It Sucks for Three Years Jonathon Farahi emerged from the shadows of two of the most brilliant legal minds in Southern California to launch his solo practice in […]
Episode 7: Door Law — Whatever Comes Through the Door Alex Comley was paid $40 for appearances, but after deducting gas and parking fees, that dropped to around $18. However, […]
Episode 6: Building the MVP While getting started in 2017, Brett Sachs had to sell his car and skip out on family events to make ends meet. But with some […]
Episode 5: You Get More With Honey The Bootstrapped Solo, hosted by Pratik Shah, is back with plaintiff lawyer, business owner and author — Reza Torkzadeh. Hear Reza’s anecdotes about how he […]
Episode 4: Finding Your Path and Hitting Your Stride Ten years into a cush gig with a large law firm, Jeremy Tissot decided it was time to leave the land […]