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Crosby Moves to Klinedinst PC.

James D. Crosby, Attorney at Law - Complex and General Business Litigation and Trial Representation - San Diego, California

Effective January 2, 2012, I will be moving my business litigation practice into Klinedinst PC (www.klinedinstlaw.com), a long-established and very well-respected San Diego business law firm. This career move has been the subject of several weeks of discussions and negotiations with the Klinedinst firm management, and I am quite excited about it. The firm has …

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Sales tax on California attorney services – How will attorneys react?

James D. Crosby, Attorney at Law - Complex and General Business Litigation and Trial Representation - San Diego, California

Originally posted December 1, 2011 The LA Times and New York Times report a possible ballot initiative this fall in California to, among other things, impose a sales tax on attorney services. It will be fascinating to observe how California law firms react if this tax is approved and imposed. Will they simply levy the …

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Civility? Really?

James D. Crosby, Attorney at Law - Complex and General Business Litigation and Trial Representation - San Diego, California

Originally posted November 22, 2011 Civility, across the broad arch of a career, is a successful and lucrative business model. I believe it will enhance your professional career, better serve your clients, make you more profitable, and keep you sane. Civility is typically discussed in lofty abstract terms at collegial meetings of judges and attorneys. …

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An Ideal Balance.

James D. Crosby, Attorney at Law - Complex and General Business Litigation and Trial Representation - San Diego, California

Originally posted – Spetember 9, 2011 Last week I appeared at a trial readiness conference in an employment termination case set for jury trial in a few weeks. As my opposing counsel and I walked into chambers, the trial judge said, “It’s good to see a couple of experienced veterans. We can dispense with these …

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