Landlord & Tenant Law News. Crime Stories, Law on News and Legal Publications in February, 2012

Top Picks in News

Facebook Lawyers Want 'Stratospheric' Fee, Ceglia Claims
San Francisco ChronicleFebruary 1, 2012

In the suit, Ceglia claims he has a 2003 contract signed by Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg that gave him half-ownership of the company, now worth an estimated $74.3 billion, according to, which tracks nonpublic companies.more »

SPORTCHECK: Not properly enforced!
New Straits TimesFebruary 1, 2012

"Not just athletes, but officials who are investigated and found guilty of supplying or administering the drugs can also face bans from their sports," Dr Jegathesan clarified. "To legislate a law, it would mean we are taking it a step further.more »

Landlord & Tenant Law News and Stories

Dangerous Premises
[read all news]
Clovis Legal Aid office finding footing
Clovis News JournalFebruary 8, 2012

Now things are looking up at the local office of the nonprofit organization that represents low-income New Mexicans in civil cases. Rowland did not lose his job. He said his job scare was caused by a cut to the civil legal services budget in the state ...more »

Housing Discrimination
[read all news]
KSN VIDEO: Salina Considering Changing Anti-Discrimination Policy
KSALFebruary 7, 2012

The ordinance would prohibit discrimination of gay, lesbian, or transgender residents in the areas of employment, housing and public accommodations. Though it wasn't on their agenda, at a standing room only session on Monday Salinan Janice Norlin ...more »

Disputes With Neighbors
[read all news]
For the Love of Children: Did we miss clues to the horrors in the Sturgis house?
South Bend TribuneFebruary 5, 2012

“That just threw me for a loop,” Smith says now of the boy's death, shaking his head over his memories of the tenants who had always paid their rent on time, never generated complaints from neighbors and who he had never so much as heard raise their ...more »

Landlord & Tenant Disputes
[read all news]
SCAP repaying $80000 to evicted employees, their families
Modesto BeeFebruary 1, 2012

In October, City Manager Greg Nyhoff ordered SCAP to forfeit the rents collected from employees or their family members who had occupied eight dwellings in violation of the program's conflict-of-interest rules. The city had to give the tenants 90 days ...more »

Mold Claims And Habitability
[read all news]
Sanford elementary school parents not told about mold report
WFTV OrlandoFebruary 17, 2012

The teacher who made the complaint claims the mold made her sick. An attorney has sent a letter to the school board on her behalf about a possible lawsuit, but that pending litigation means parents can't get any answers either, even if it has to do ...more »

Olympics, World Cup preparation bring evictions
San Francisco ChronicleFebruary 3, 2012

Authorities won't say how many people are affected and mostly don't provide details on the plans for the areas where residents are being evicted. Documents obtained by The Associated Press, however, show that in 2010 alone, the municipal housing ...more »


Legal and Criminal News in 2017
Legal and Criminal News in 2016
Legal and Criminal News in 2015
Legal and Criminal News in 2014
Legal and Criminal News in 2013
Legal and Criminal News in 2012
Legal and Criminal News in 2011
Legal and Criminal News in 2010
Legal and Criminal News in 2009
Legal and Criminal News in 2008
Legal and Criminal News in 2007
Legal and Criminal News in 2006
Legal and Criminal News in 2005
Legal and Criminal News in 2004
Legal and Criminal News in 2003
Legal and Criminal News in 2002
Legal and Criminal News in 2001
Book of the Day in our Store
Share it on TwitterFacebook
Sex Equality (University Casebook Series)Sex Equality (University Casebook Series)
by Catharine MacKinnon
  • List Price: $215.00
  • Price: $198.67
  • You Save: $16.33 (8%)
from $150.00
Steven A AllenAttorney at LawPRACTICE AREA: Professional Malpractice, Criminal Defense, Litigation, Animal Law, Military Law & Military Benefits
Patrick J DevineAttorney at LawPRACTICE AREA: Personal Injury, Professional Malpractice, Family Law, Criminal Defense, Business Law, Labor & Employment Law, Animal Law, Military Law & Military Benefits