Tag Archives: November

Cyber Week in Review: November 19, 2021

FBI website compromised and used to send hoax email to thousands  The FBI website was exploited over the weekend and used to send a hoax email to tens of thousands of email addresses. The exploit likely originated from a coding oversight in the FBI’s Law Enforcement Enterprise Portal (LEEP), which the FBI uses to share resources with those who sign up with the service. In an interview with Krebs… Read More »

Law of the Land – Real Estate Litigation Newsletter – November 2021, Volume I, Issue X | Goulston & Storrs PC

CASES OF NOTE CONVEYANCE OF PROPERTY RESULT OF MUTUAL MISTAKE Thomas v. Medeiros, 100 Mass. App. Ct. 1106 (2021) The Massachusetts Appeals Court recently affirmed a determination by the Land Court that a conveyance of certain property on Martha’s Vineyard was not intended by the parties and was a result of a mutual mistake. In… Read More »

Third Family Court Judge to be elected in Kenton Co. in November; five candidates have filed so far

By Jack BrammerNKyTribune reporter Kenton County is getting its third Family Court judge to deal with sticky cases like divorce, child support, domestic violence, and adoption, and five attorneys already have entered the race for the judgeship. In April, the Kentucky Supreme Court ordered the new Family Court in Kenton County to take effect Jan.… Read More »