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New book helps average citizen figure out legal do's and don'ts

New Book Helps Average Citizen Figure Out Legal Do's and Don'ts

This informative, hilarious guide to the law will steer you through everything from on-line porn on the job to common-law marriage; from pet burials to Ponzi schemes. The Epstein sisters have fully mastered “I Sue,” the ancient, mysterious Jewish art of self-defense, and are, for the first time, sharing these secrets with gentiles. This book cannot replace a real lawyer when you get into trouble, but mastering its contents will save you from needing one.”–Ronald L. Kuby, Host, “Doing Time with Ron Kuby”

“This fun and funny book offers a wealth of practical and jaw-dropping legal insight, administered in a uniquely painless fashion. It also offers one of the most arresting author photos in the history of Anglo-American jurisprudence.” –Roger Parloff, senior editor for legal affairs, Fortune magazine

Learn the Lessons of Laying Down the Law

Learn the Lessons of Laying Down the Law

So Sue Me, Jackass! is a go-to resource for anyone too shy to ask the most basic legal questions — and some of the more outlandish ones too.

So Sue Me, Jackass! is a go-to resource for anyone too shy to ask the most basic legal questions — and some of the more outlandish ones too.

"So Sue Me, Jackass!" Provides Random Legal Advice In Humor Book Format

"So Sue Me, Jackass!" Provides Random Legal Advice In Humor Book Format

The new book So Sue Me, Jackass! is a valuable guide not just for the transitional periods of your life, but for the moments when you feel caught up by the system.

The new book So Sue Me, Jackass! is a valuable guide not just for the transitional periods of your life, but for the moments when you feel caught up by the system.

Anyone eager for insightful legal advice with a healthy dose of attitude can't do much better than "So Sue Me, Jackass!"...Asylum posed a few questions to Amy and Robin for the sake of our readers. It's the kind of stuff you really need to know, from what to do if the girl you take home ends up being 16, to the legal ramifications of naming your firstborn Bong ...

Anyone eager for insightful legal advice with a healthy dose of attitude can't do much better than "So Sue Me, Jackass!"...Asylum posed a few questions to Amy and Robin for the sake of our readers. It's the kind of stuff you really need to know, from what to do if the girl you take home ends up being 16, to the legal ramifications of naming your firstborn Bong ...

Listen to our interview on AOL's Wallet Pop!

Listen to our interview on AOL's Wallet Pop!

ASPCA online: A MUST read for pet owners…

PHILADELPHIA DAILY NEWS: * Gladwyne-raised sisters Amy Epstein Feldman and Robin Epstein have collaborated on the book “So Sue Me, Jackass: Avoiding Legal Pitfalls That Can Come Back to Bite You at Work,” through Plume books…

Epstein '95 answers legal queries with humor

Epstein '95 answers legal queries with humor