Guerrilla Lawfare Lawfare is a morpheme of ‘law’ and ‘warfare.’

Guerrilla Lawfare is best understood as asymmetric warfare; using the law to gain financial or legal advantage over an opponent, tie up an opponent’s time or legal resources, or damage an opponent’s reputation. Parties involved on either side can be civil, criminal, governmental or non-governmental entities.

Andrew Gelbman

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  • Important Supreme Court Cases you never Heard of in 2022

    June 27, 2022 by

    By now, you have probably heard about the decisions regarding N.Y. Gun laws, the reversal of Roe v. Wade, and the rulings regarding church and state, which I examine separately. But the High Court dealt with a lot of significant issues in 2022. Voter ID Laws & Voter Rights Berger v. North Carolina State Conference… Read more

  • The Cases Everyone is Talking About, But Few Understand

    June 27, 2022 by

    The Supreme Court got into some very sticky wickets in 2022. It decided a major 2nd Amendment case, reversing Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood of Pennsylvania v. Casey, and deciding two significant First Amendment cases. No doubt you’ve heard a lot of punditry on all sides of these issues, but what happened here? Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s… Read more

  • Parents Rights and the Local Schools: a Guardian’s Guide

    June 21, 2022 by

    ** This article is to inform and not advise and does not create an attorney-client relationship between any person or entity and Gelbman Legal Group P.C. ** The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) has consistently held that parents have a right to know what public school teachers teach their children. Furthermore, parents possess… Read more

  • The Essential Meaninglessness of International Law

    October 28, 2019 by

    When I was a law student, I visited the Fosse Memorial and United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (UNFAO) headquarters in Rome, Italy. The purpose of the visit was to demonstrate the need for and utility of ‘international law.’ These trips were intended to impress the value and importance of International Law upon us. Personally,… Read more

  • Attorney Client Privilege in the Age of Trump

    September 11, 2019 by

    Today’s political climate is hyper-partisan. Whether one supports or opposes the current administration is irrelevant; however, recent legal developments should give one pause. The most recent round of politically motivated charges that this or that politician is a foreign agent or subscribes to Leninist or Hitlerian political opinions is beside the point. The issue is… Read more

  • How Secure is your Email?

    August 8, 2019 by

    By Andrew Gelbman, August 8, 2019 In the modern world, email has come to replace the telephone and written letter for many business and personal applications. Many people, including many lawyers, use online or “cloud” email services such as Gmail, Outlook, Yahoo, or Hotmail. Inevitably, confidential information or private matters will come up in emails… Read more

  • Owning You: Responding to “Revenge Porn”

    August 8, 2019 by

    Introduction In our increasingly technological society, it seems inevitable that “revenge pornography” – posting of sexually explicit photographs on the internet without the subject’s consent – would become an issue. Sexually explicit images obtained without the depicted person’s consent as well as images consensually obtained within the context of an intimate relationship form the mainstay… Read more

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