Need a Lawyer?
In some ideal world, there wouldn't be a need for lawyers. In that same ideal world, there wouldn't be a need for door locks, car keys, police, jails, or handguns. But now and again, it's darn useful to have a lawyer to represent your interests.
I recently needed a lawyer to persuade a company that owed me a big chunk of money to cough it up. Andrew T. Schoppe did this--and did it in a way so clever and yet completely ethical that it impressed me. (When a lawyer impresses me with cleverness, that's pretty startling, and no, I'm not going to tell you the nature of what made his actions so clever.) Mr. Schoppe is licensed to practice law in both Idaho and California. If you need someone to handle a civil litigation matter, here's his website.