While it is not possible to determine whether 'Voom' has altered corporate practices in preserving ESI, the few reported and unreported decisions citing to 'Voom' reveal that they provide clearer rul
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
...than 100 customers. Only one has been disclosed -- Ally Financial, formerly General Motors Acceptance Corp., in Detroit. A spokesperson for Ally declined to provide an...
...20-year employee of Ford Motor Co. and now an auto...1970s, and which Ford and General Motors began using in the...
Originally Published: New Jersey Law Journal
...[FOOTNOTE 1] According to the D.C. attorney general, "The District's badly calibrated equipment would show a driver's...
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Lawyers can now use videos, computer-generated images, and simulations to convey large amounts of information to jurors. But it is essential for litigators to understand the evidentiary hurdles to ov
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Disputed assumptions about forensic methods have sent lawyers into an era of heightened skepticism, says legal information services director Ken Strutin. The latest report on this problem underscores
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