Muhammad Ali’s Missing Championship Ring Returned

By Alan Duke, CNN August 25, 2010 Los Angeles, California (CNN) -- The ring awarded to Muhammad Ali when he became boxing's first three-time heavyweight champion has been returned to Ali's former wife six years after she loaned it to a friend ...

Forensics Focuses on Digital Photography

Forensics Magazine By Douglas Page Dec. 2006/Jan. 2007  THERE'S GOOD NEWS AND BAD NEWS: LOWER PROCESSING COSTS AND DIMINISHING FILM AVAILABILITY HAVE DRIVEN FORENSIC SCIENCE TOWARD DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY. Last summer, Reuters admitted that two digital photographs presented as part of its coverage of the ...

Los Angeles Times: Snared by Their Shelters

SNARED BY THEIR SHELTERS(http://www.enensteinlaw.com/latimes.htm) By Evan Halper, Times Staff Writer January 10, 2005  As one of the state's top energy regulators, Michael Peevey is familiar with complicated schemes. Now he finds himself caught in one. In the late 1990s, he started and sold his ...

Biglaw Sucked in as Defendant in Malpractice Mess

Source: New York LawyerMeredith Hobbs | August 8, 2011 Three unhappy investors suing developer M. Shi Shailendra over what they claim are millions of dollars in losses from failed real estate ventures also are suing his law firms and banks, alleging the lawyers and ...

David Ribakoff Achieves $34.5 Million Verdict

The plaintiffs in a malpractice trial against Holland & Knight, represented by David Ribakoff of Enenstein, Ribakoff, LaViña & Pham, were awarded $34.5 million in compensatory damages. Read Article