Have you represented yourself pro se? Tell us about your experience as a litigant who has self-represented?
Looking forward to taping our first Pro Se Nation talk show in Princeton NJ later today! If you would like to be a guest on future programs, please contact me. Seeking attorneys, mediators, legal activists and legal scholars, and former and current litig
Who is an employee and who is a contractor? Uber ruling is opening an enormous can of worms for American businesses and workers.
The California ruling about whether Uber's drivers are employees or contractors spotlights a critical issue for American workers and businesses. Who is an employee these days and who is a contractor? And what does this mean for businesses that employee thousands of contractors? Will they end up paying decades of back pay and pensions to workers previously classified as contractors? What do you think?
The average American earns $20 an hour, the average lawyer charges $300 to $600 an hour. Is justice affordable?
In almost every aspect of our lives we are entering into a contract -- whether we are getting married, buying a car or a home, entering a hosptial or even purchasing a gym membership. When contracts are broken, they often lead to a legal contest. But can the average American afford access to justice? What do you think?
Many believe the United States of America has the best justice system in the world? What do you think? What have you experienced? If it's not the best, what needs to change to bring it closer to our ideal of justice?