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GirlsDoPorn.com Owners & Employees Charged With Sex Trafficking

Posted in Press on October 16, 2019

  Federal Sex Trafficking Charges Leveled Against Four Individuals On Thursday, October 10, four key figures in the GirlsDoPorn.com case were charged with lying to and coercing young women into appearing in sex videos. These include owner Michael Pratt, owner and chief videographer Matthew Wolfe, administrative assistant Valerie Moser, and male performer Ruben “Andre” Garcia. If found guilty, they could… READ MORE

GirlsDoPorn.com Lawsuit Now In Trial

Posted in Press on October 9, 2019

Stokes O’Brien Partner is Among Plaintiff Attorneys in GirlsDoPorn.Com Lawsuit UPDATE: For the latest on this federal case, please see our new post here. Stokes O’Brien partner John O’Brien is among the attorneys representing the 22 female plaintiffs in the GirlsDoPorn.com trial. The scope involves three separate lawsuits against the owners of GirlsDoPorn.com, with the plaintiff attorneys claiming damages in… READ MORE

Real Estate Laws Cover a Wide Area

Posted in Business and Real Estate Litigation on October 15, 2019

The average person defines “real estate,” as land ownership and/or use of land. Real estate laws, sometimes referred to as “property laws,” typically cover the right to own, use, and enjoy the land and its man-made additions. Whether we are homeowners, renters, landlords, home sellers or buyers, all of us are affected by real estate laws directly or indirectly. Real… READ MORE

Breach of Contract: An Overview

Posted in Business and Real Estate Litigation on September 15, 2019

In a perfect world, companies and individuals consistently honor all signed agreements and contracts. Oftentimes, however, reality bites! Contracts are breached, resulting from either an individual or an organization refusing or failing to carry-out specifics from a contract without a justifiable or rightful reason. Broken promises can cause tremendous frustration, economic damage, and emotional instability for all parties involved. Staying… READ MORE

Financial Elder Abuse Exploitation: Cause for Concern

Posted in Business and Real Estate Litigation on August 15, 2019

Elders and dependent adults are financially vulnerable for a wide variety of reasons. From the natural aging process and the impacts of illness to social isolation and loneliness, financial elder abuse occurs frequently in our society. California defines “elder” as those who are at least 65 years of age. This population faces a greater risk to financial victimization. Sadly, their… READ MORE