Letter From the Editor
By Omar Sebastian Anorga
Omar Anorga represents businesses and individuals with various legal problems, and he strives to always resolve these problems in a smart, and cost-effective manner. Mr. Anorga has vast experience with litigating legal disputes in both state and federal court. Lastly, The Anorga Law Firm, Inc., has a large stable of Spanish-speaking business owners, and Mr. Anorga is able to communicate with them in their native language.
This fourth issue of the PRACTITIONER is loaded with articles encompassing a vast range of subject matters from all over the legal landscape. It is by far our most diverse issue for the year.
Hitting leadoff for this issue, we have Joshua R. Driskell and Zacharias N. Tripodes, who co-authored Legal Entities and Real Property: Limiting Reassessment, which is an illuminating article on the transfer of property and its potential property tax implications. On deck is the article Lost In Translation: Non-English Fee Agreements written by yours truly. The article dives into the potential perils of verbally negotiating the terms of an attorney/client relationship in a foreign language but then memorializing and executing the relationship in an English written fee agreement.