Articles Written by Trevor Kupfer

What to Do With Harassing and/or Scam Debt Collectors

Illegal collection happens more than you think; Missouri and Kansas attorneys offer their …

Your Legal Defenses to Wrongful Eviction

A Connecticut attorney’s advice for tenants against the landlords that want them out

Don't Be a Dope About Maine's Cannabis Laws

Legal tips to avoid risk while running a New England cannabis business

How Do I Protect a Patent Internationally?

Massachusetts legal advice when you’re seeking to protect intellectual property abroad

Not BigLaw

How Roger E. Barton developed a more transparent compensation system

How to Stop Your Exes from Harassing and Stalking You

Tech advances make it easier for them, but New York laws are on your side

Suing New York City for a Pothole Injury

Who's liable when you drive, bike or stumble over a pothole?

Why Even Generic Drugs Are Expensive

The truth is a hard pill to swallow

Books and Cable Shows and Podcasts, Oh My!

A Q&A with Henry Gornbein about his many irons in the fire

Why Condo and Homeowners Associations Need Attorneys

What lawyers offer and what to expect in Michigan

Charity Begins at Home

Marty Stoll is dedicated to providing Iowans with affordable housing

The Astounding Kristoff, J.D.

By day, Christopher Harristhal is a business litigator; by night, he’s Kristoff the …

One Question Separates Good Workers’ Comp Attorneys from Bad

What to ask when you need a lawyer for your case

How to Solve Land Use and Zoning for a Cannabis Business

The process of obtaining a Land Use Compatibility Statement (LUCS) in Oregon

Washington's Human Composting Law and How It Works

It’s the first of its kind, and will likely be regulated like cremation

Old Law, New Tricks

How Brian J. Bergman and Jason Barbato secured redevelopment land for LA County

California is Employee-Friendly Regarding NDAs

Three things have to occur before a non-disclosure agreement is enforceable

A Lawyer Olympics

Last year’s nuclear energy project was a decathlon of legal actions

By Design

Law is what happened after Adam Levine was busy making other plans

Tips to Comply with California Cannabis Law

After your business is set up, legal needs may persist

How to Raise Business Funds Without Going Public

Private placements provide an IPO onramp for small- and mid-sized businesses

6 Questions to Ask to Avoid Insurance Disputes

A Georgia insurance attorney weighs in

The Canine Counselor

Therapy dog Mordecai has transformed the practice at Bays Family Law

Preparing to Do Business in Other Countries

A California attorney’s tips on how to avoid disputes in business without borders

The Do’s and Don’ts of International Business Contracts

A California attorney’s advice to draft better cross-border agreements

Why You Need a Lawyer to Help Comply with the CCPA

You can navigate it on your own, but a data privacy professional is a safer bet

Does Suicide Make a Life Insurance Policy Void?

It depends: An Illinois attorney breaks it down

Shedding Light

What’s the long-term effect of true-crime series like Serial and Making a …

Just Rewards

Bill Beck and Mike Abrams recover financial restitution for the wrongfully convicted

The Case That Came Back to Life

William Sulton thought the case was over and done with. Then new evidence resurrected it

How Do I Enforce My Trademark?

Planning a legal battle for your intellectual property

What Do I Do If I’m Arrested in Canada?

Legal tips for Americans detained over the border

How to Enter Canada With a Prior Conviction

Legal tips for Americans hoping to visit the Great White North

The Least Bad Choice

Health care attorney Eric Neiman fears the legal implications of Volk v. DeMeerleer

Ignorance Isn’t Bliss in Tax Law

Three of Bill Manne’s clients learned the hard way that you can’t dodge the IRS

How Health Care is Complying with Escobar

Seek legal counsel if you want to avoid government investigation and fines

What Building Owners Can Do When Tenants Sublet on Airbnb

Landlords still have liabilities from short-term rentals in San Francisco

Marty Swaden’s Encore

The singer-turned-lawyer moonlights as a theater performer

Free Legal Advice for Twin Cities Landlords and Tenants

Housing court programs help low-income residents in Hennepin and Ramsey counties

Can I Force My Sibling to Sell an Inherited House?

An attorney’s advice on resolving inheritance disputes

How to Set Up Your Will to Avoid Disputes

An estate plan can help to peacefully pass down your homestead to heirs

New Ground

Jack Manning helped found his firm’s Native American law practice

Five Minutes

Sometimes that’s all the time Kara Swasey has to build trust with victims of domestic …

Spreading Civics One Instagram Video at a Time

The Your Big Idea scholarship program was actually Julie Moore’s big idea

Does a Revocable Living Trust Protect Me From Creditors?

No, but it protects your kids and is a recommended way to pass down inheritance in Arizona

What Happens to the Family Business in a Divorce?

It depends if both parties are willing to reasonably negotiate

Why an Attorney Should File Your Insurance Claim

Legal help can get you further, faster, in Colorado

One Weird Trick to Beat the Government in a Click-Fraud Case

How Simone Bertollini won the landmark case may shock you

Doctor Selection is Why You Need a Workers’ Comp Attorney

Lawyers can prevent your employer from short-changing you on medical benefits

Does Suicide Invalidate an Insurance Claim?

It all depends on the language in the policy

The First Meeting With a Bankruptcy Attorney

What gets discussed during the initial interaction?

The Pros and Cons of TIF for a Developer

A tax increment financing primer for Louisiana business owners

An Empire of Concealed Assets

How Richard Goldberg and David Shuster got terminating sanctions in a bankruptcy case

$10,000 May Be All You Can Get If Your Pet is Killed

With few exceptions, Maryland’s statutory cap often makes pet owners even sadder

What Happens in a Class Action Mediation?

Answering your questions about the goings on behind closed doors

5 Common Questions About Defending a Class Action

A brief legal guide with answers from attorneys who know

Signed, Sealed, Disputed: Noncompetes

How to resolve your noncompete agreement disputes in Massachusetts

What Speech Isn't Protected?

Fighting words, inciting violence and hate speech in New England

They Give at the Office … Literally

Doug Sorocco helped turn Dunlap Codding’s law office into a free community-event …

Your Rights at 10,000 Feet

What an airline legally can and can’t do when it overbooks

Mistakes on a Plane

What to do when the airline is at fault

I Was Discriminated Against. How Do I Prove It?

Your options in a Michigan workplace discrimination lawsuit

Shattering the ‘Two-Seater Mentality’

Pat Gillette wants firms to put more women and minorities in the board room

Mind the Gender Pay Gap

Winning an equal pay discrimination suit against an employer is more possible than ever …

Sometimes When You Lose, You Still Win

A tough case turned into a pro bono passion for Kate DeVries Smith

If You’re Injured on a Bike in Minnesota

Resolving insurance and legal issues in a cycling accident

In the Eye of a Legal Storm

Minnesotans’ rights when it comes to fighting insurance companies on severe weather …

Putting the Cards on the Table

Brent Cromley: Litigator. Mediator. Politician. Magician

The Blunt Truth About Running a Cannabis Business

Federal law still plays into marijuana entrepreneurship in Washington

Pulled Over for Pot

Washington’s laws for driving under the influence of marijuana

A Code of Confidence

Jennifer Compton is helping fight the gender gap in technology

‘The Most Empowering Thing I’ve Ever Done’

Scott Tillett’s battle with substance abuse

The Council Counselor

Opportunity or obstacle? David Hyman helps clients deal with the government either way

’Round About 6 p.m. on Sunday

Outside the courtroom, you can catch Luther J. Battiste III spinning jazz on the radio

In the Lymelight

IP lawyer and biotech company co-founder Thomas Dunlap helped create a test for Lyme disease

Navigating the Maze of Workers' Comp

Attorneys help guide you through it

Post No Billable Hours

FisherBroyles replaces administrative equity decisions with a transparent formula

Diagnosis: Life

Alan Gurvey was given a second chance, and it’s been carpe diem ever since

Fighting Insurance Companies When They Deny Your Medical Treatment

How to file an appeal and bad faith lawsuit in California

One Foot in the Future

Why Edelson PC takes its cues from tech startups

Tribulations About Trials

Whereby Judge Dodd gives young lawyers advice about ‘Wherebys’

State of Emergency

Mark C. Surprenant rallies fellow Louisiana bar members to improve access to justice

Suing for Retaliation, If You Whistleblow While You Work

The process of a workplace retaliation lawsuit in Louisiana

Tech Support

How an early fascination with programming led Michael Oliver to computer law

Cleveland Calling

Zashin & Rich works to the beat of its own drum

How Long Do I Have to Make a Malpractice Claim in Ohio?

The statute of limitations to file suit is quite short

A Game of Millimeters

In a past life, Nate Olson worked drug intelligence and served in Iraq

How to Ensure Your Vote Will Count in Wisconsin

What you need to know about your voting rights

Walking in Their Shoes

How Barone Defense Firm uses psychodrama to help clients cope with traumatic events

Clean Water Runs Deep

Mike Turco helps provide potable water to the communities that need it most

Telling Their Stories

Lisa Lamm Bachman gives a voice to children and victims of domestic abuse

What Happens to the House, the Car, the Dog?

How dividing assets typically works in a Minnesota divorce

The Next Evolution in Gaming Law

Dan Reaser’s legislation ushers in the era of skill-based gaming

Giving Back by Paying It Forward

Juan Enjamio helps fund a scholarship program for first-generation law students

Oil and Water

The many routes McClellanville’s Lionel S. Lofton took before law

Keeping Up with Jones

How a major in Spanish led Erin Jones to a career handling multimillion-dollar bankruptcy …

A Little Humanity

Civil rights attorney Ron Kaye leads the charge against malfeasance in law enforcement

An Easy Act to Follow

Lloyd E. Shefsky’s irregular path to consulting entrepreneurs around the world

The French Connection

How IP attorney Brett A. August was knighted for enhancing relations between Paris and Chicago

The Need of the Moment

Elder law and estate planning attorney Carole Cukell Neff on good pro bono work and bad actors

Brew Crew

Milwaukee Brewers’ extra-base hits make wishes come true—and not just at Miller Park

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