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Do I Have to Testify Against My Child?

Posted by KIM STEVEN JUHASE | Feb 13, 2015 | 0 Comments

A parent's worse nightmare. Your child comes home, all disheveled, and tell you he thinks he is in trouble. He had been at a party and may have drunk too much. On the way home, he believes he may have run someone over. He gives you all the details of what happened. He is shortly arrested...

Automatic Renewal Contract: There is a Way Out!

Posted by Alexander Novak | Feb 06, 2015 | 0 Comments

AUTOMATIC RENEWAL CONTRACTS Don't be misled by automatic renewal provision in your contract. In some cases, they may be invalid under New York law. Lets say that you have a 5 year contract with a computer maintenance company. The contract is about to expire and now you found a cheaper and more r...

Can One Word in a Contract Cost Over a $200,000?

Posted by Alexander Novak | Jan 30, 2015 | 0 Comments

Yes, sometimes a word or two, even in a forty page contract can make a tremendous difference, and change the entire outcome of the case. We had a client's case that went up to the highest Federal court in New York and was then sent over to New York's highest court in Albany, the Court of Appe...

Never Tell a Lie to a Fed!

Posted by Alexander Novak | Jan 26, 2015 | 0 Comments

Our mothers always told us never to tell a lie. You remember the childhood taunt: "liar liar, your pants are on fire." Well let's face it, all of us lie every day. We tell white lies or little innocent lies at home and the workplace to keep peace with friends and family. All of us justify thes...

I'm Billing Time... Why a Blog?

Posted by Alexander Novak | Dec 30, 2014 | 0 Comments

Another law blog? Why? Who reads them? What are we trying to accomplish? There are millions of blogs out there and even thousands pertaining to the law and legal system. So many, that they even coined the phrase "blawging". So all these questions you have are legitimate. The answer is that we h...

Novak Juhase & Stern, To Present CLE Lecture

Posted by Alexander Novak | Nov 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

CLE Lecture for Continued Legal Education Two of the partners at Novak Juhase & Stern will be presenting a lecture on The Mortgage Contingency Clause and Ethical Issues in Residential and Commercial Real Estate Contracts. It will be presented by Alexander Novak and Kim Juhase. A 2-hour lecture to...

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