The unregulated practice has experts at odds as to its overall harmful impact on the environment, explain Bassi Edlin attorneys
...Defendant and Respondent Telsmith, Inc. Bassi, Edlin, Huie & Blum, Fred M. Blum and Antonio P. Garcia, Jr. for Defendants...
A recent court of appeal decision makes some attorney-client emails not privileged, explain Bassi, Edlin attorneys
The starting point for any e-discovery is the rule of proportionality -- a party should not be compelled to spend more to produce electronically stored information than the case is worth. With this i
Fred Blum, pictured, and Nader Mehdizadeh say there are six things to keep in mind when your case involves large volumes of electronically stored informatio
In an effort to tackle its asbestos caseload, San Francisco County Superior Court is proposing the creation of a single asbestos department where all discovery, law and motion and case management mat
All asbestos matters would go before Judge Harold Kahn and a court commissioner under a new streamlining plan. Defense lawyers like the idea more than plaintiff lawyers do
...year at Bassi Edlin Huie & Blum, won't be relaxing on a beach. He's...
...summer off. Myles Solomon, a fifth-year at Bassi Edlin Huie & Blum, won't be relaxing on a beach. He's going...
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