Thursday, February 4, 2016

Everything You Dreamed


  • Here are more details on the changes coming to e-filing, including lower prices. With new management, what could possibly go wrong? [eighthjdcourt blog]
  • Jury deliberations begin in a case where an HOA is seeking an $8.9 million judgment against a management company. [RJ]
  • The Supreme Court will hear the appeal of Dr. Desai in April. [RJ]
  • Looks like Cox and KLAS may not resolve their price negotiations before Sunday, meaning you may have to get creative in watching the game. [Las Vegas Sun]

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  1. RIP Michael Lemcool http://www.reviewjournal.com/news/las-vegas/man-killed-northwest-las-vegas-collision-identified

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    1. Name is definitely familiar, but I cannot place him, and the current directory does not list an office affiliation. Sad news.

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    2. He used to work at Wolf, Rifkin. Seemed to be a nice guy.

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  2. There's no way that KLAS doesn't work this out by Sunday.

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  3. If you go into a Cox location the have a box of HD antennae that they're giving away to new Cox customers, and existing Cox customers if asked. Regardless, a few years ago when I had Cox just for local stations, the quality of the over-the-air HD antenna was superior to the Cox local stations when tuned with the TV tuner. The OTA reception in our area is excellent - as long as you have a newer'ish HDTV from the past 6-8 years. I haven't busted out the HD rabbit ears in a while - but they still work.

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  4. LVRJ just tweeted that KLAS and Cox worked it out and it's back on the air.

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  5. There is no such thing as an HD antenna. A dipole is a dipole is a dipole. An antenna from 25 years ago will work just fine. Hell, a coat hanger with a balun will pull in most of the channels.

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  6. Bob Carlson with the defense win in the federal Copper Sands HOA case. HOA gets nothing from the Community Association manager.

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  7. Excuse me is one year of document access dropping from like $700 to $100?

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    1. Yes Tyler Technologies has been ripping you off through a court-mandated monopoly for years.

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    2. Who had their fingers in the pie for that $700?

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