...8 (2010). Opinion: Four judges ask about their ethical obligations in light of a new program by which the State of...
...to have a "meet and confer" to resolve e-discovery issues without court intervention (Guideline 4, Comments). It may be beneficial to have...
In his Professional Responsibility column, Anthony E. Davis, a partner at Hinshaw & Culbertson, writes that with the understanding that there is no such thing as digital data that is completely secur
...have a long term effect, other than creating a number of legal issues with which we had to deal and highlighting the need for up...
In their Government and Election Law column, Jerry H. Goldfeder of Stroock & Stroock & Lavan and Myrna P?rez of the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law reveal their election law top 10, i
Charles Hynes, an aggressive crime fighter who has been praised for his innovative community initiatives, leaves office on Dec. 31 after having been repudiated by voters who had chosen him six times
The "maternal forces of labor" theory used to explain a newborn child's injuries and defend doctors against malpractice claims has been rejected by a trial judge nearly two years after an upstate app
In her Distress Mergers & Acquisitions column, Corinne Ball, a partner at Jones Day, writes: Poison put provisions trigger full payment of debt at face value upon certain events such as a change in a
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