Here’s a tasty morsel for those of you who are out of work.Â I spokeÂ withÂ Steve again today.Â He wrote me this:
Looking forward to information about the title officers for Alliance and escrow and title officers for TICOR. And the contracts that you mentioned for Alliance people are interesting as well.
I have represented employment plaintiffs for a long time and would be happy to discuss cases with these people if they want
Stephen R. Cornwell
Cornwell & Sample
7045 No. Fruit Ave.
Fresno, CA 93711
(559) 436-1135 (fax)
This guy is currently handling some decent sized class action suits over misclassified exempt employees.Â (Like the escrow officer suit brought against FATCO a few years ago) He has also offered to look at contracts and look into your unpaid vacation and commissions with Alliance Title Company.Â I urge folks who believe they are part of these classes to give him a call.Â He’s a very nice and knowledgable guy and he cares about us title folks.
It’s still all fired up.Â McDonald’s certificates and candy be damned.Â Just have your books and order sheets copied.Â I’m thinking you’re going to need it.Â There’s just too much noise.
Little Rita is learning her lessons.Â Slowly.Â She hasn’t seen a squirrel in a couple of days but she still runs patrols along the tree lines.Â And tries to climb a tree.Â She really does look like one of those Alabama coonhounds up against a tree.Â Now here’s Buddy. Uh-huh, he’s a good ol’ boy.Â He can tree a coon quicker than any other hound in these parts.Â On the upside, she’s learning her automatic sits quite nicely.
Run Wine Dog Run
I’m feeling better, finally and am working out a lot harder.Â I’m down five pounds, but I have a bet with one of our gentle readers which includes dinner at the French Laundry.Â I can’t lose this one, so I’m doing two a days now.Â The morning is the regular work out and then evening features either Turbulance Training or a boxing jump rope workout or once the weather improves, a run or a bike.Â Turbulance Training is a lot of floor work, which is an adventure with two cabin fever ridden Dobermans.Â One is crawling under me and sucking on my toe and the other one is licking my face.Â Jumping rope went better as they were afraid of the noise.Â Currently they’re kicking each other’s ass in the dining room.