...Inc. Trace's Global Enforcement Report, released on Monday...by manufacturing and service providers; aerospace or defense/security; and health...
New tools are nice, but transparency and cooperation always have been, and will be, good ways to go
They reflected widely differing approaches by judges and parties involved
The joy of the game; DOJ tests lawyers' patience; drawing a line in the sand for art; Okun joins Adduci; Olson stands in for Biden in prep; Brooks sentenced; and Holland & Knight lobbies for space-st
Despite technological advances, attorneys are reluctant to yield control of the discovery process
A judge has sanctioned speedier discovery, but implementing the change will be a slow process
National Law Journal
...specific tasks undertaken by Oxford for Airlarr.Oxford then notified Global Aerospace ("Global")--an insurance company that had issued Oxford a commercial general...
Daily Business Review
Feedback is flying fast around the affirmation of Magistrate Judge Andrew Peck's predictive coding order in the potentially historic discovery phase of the da Silva Moore labor dispute
...is a major player in aerospace, defense, transportation, fire protection and...to be able to handle global issues, she said, and to...
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