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Agreed Boundary A compromise boundary to which property owners agree in order to resolve a dispute.
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Aggrieved Party One whose legal right is invaded by an act(s) of another. The word "aggrieved" refers to a substantial grievance, a denial of some personal or property right, or the imposition upon a party of a burden or obligation.
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Pandell Law Firm, Inc.
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Construction Law

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Practice Areas Construction Litigation; Design Professionals Errors and Omissions; Insurance Defense; Construction Law; Construction Defects; Construction Insurance Defense; Construction and Design Law; Architectural Law; Construction Claims; Construction Contracts; Construction Liability; Construction Mediation; Environmental Construction Law; Mechanics Liens; Public Construction Law; Construction Liens; Litigation; Civil Litigation; Complex Litigation; Professional Liability; Architects and E
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Jacobsen & McElroy PC
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Staci Shell joined Jacobsen & McElroy in 2012. Staci’s practice focuses on the defense of subcontractors in complex construction defect matters and personal injury matters. She also was a paralegal for 9 years and worked on construction defect, personal injury and environmental matters. While in law school Staci also interned at the Sacramento County District Attorney’s Office. Staci graduated from Chico State University with a Bachelor of Science in Political Science and then graduated from Li
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Gunnstaks Law Office
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Areas of Practice Family Law Entertainment, Sports & Leisure Law Bar Admissions U.S. District Court Northern District of Texas U.S. District Court Western District of Texas Certified Legal Specialties Board Certified Family Law by Texas Board of Legal Specialization, 1987 -  present Certified Mediator, 1993 - present Professional Associations & Memberships State Bar of Texas Grievance Committee District 17-B, Chairman, 1986 - 1988 State Bar of Texas Family Law Council, Member, 1995 - 1997 Honor
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Jacobsen & McElroy PC
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Jason Cale joined Jacobsen and McElroy in 2011 after practicing for a private firm in Sacramento and with the Department of Fair Employment and Housing. He has extensive civil litigation experience and has practiced in federal and state courts. During law school, Jason clerked for a superior court judge in Alameda County. At Jacobsen & McElroy, his practice focuses on handling of complex construction defect and employment matters. Jason graduated from the University of California, Santa Cruz, w
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Yaron & Associates
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Natural Resources

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  • environmental law
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James I. Silverstein grew up in Los Angeles and moved north to attend the Universityof California at Berkeley, graduating in 1985 with a Bachelors of Sciencedegree in Geology. Jim attended Loyola Law School and graduated in 1989 in the top third of his class. Jim initially practiced environmental law in Southern California and since 1993 he has focused his practice on insurance coverage and bad faith litigation in Los Angeles and San Francisco. Jim was a partner at the San Francisco law firm of
Cases involving public order offenses were more likely than any other offense to result in a delinquency adjudication each year between 2000 and 2008.
National Center for Juvenile Justice
Regardless of age, person offense cases were less likely than other offense categories to be adjudicated delinquent for each year between 1985 and 2008.
National Center for Juvenile Justice
Between 1985 and 1995, the likelihood of adjudication for drug offense cases involving juveniles 15 or younger decreased from 71% to 60%. After 1995, the likelihood increased. In 2008, 67% of drug offense cases involving juveniles under age 16 resulted in a delinquency adjudication.
National Center for Juvenile Justice
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