When it comes to copyright infringement, it appears that some lawyers are themselves potentially guilty in actions they take during their daily practice, write attorneys Mark A. Fischer and Paul Senn
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Public perception of jurors' internet misconduct has grown, but little attention has been given to the potential threat to a fair trial posed by various forms of attorney communications posted on law
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Attorney Kristen E. Polovoy advises counsel and clients to think earlier than expected and outside the ESI box about preservation duties in New Jersey federal courts
After much ambiguity, the NLRB finally issued a social media memorandum in August, in which Michael C. Schmidt of Cozen O'Connor sees an emerging road map for navigating social media
...indexing, and dissemination. While the scientific method has little in common with legal analysis, the former has been struggling to make peace with the latter...
In 2010, Shira Scheindlin led a cavalcade of judges defining the proper way to preserve electronic data
...stored information (ESI). In a very recent case, Jannx Med. Sys. v. Methodist Hosps., Inc., 2010 U.S.Dist. LEXIS 122574...
When the principal proof of guilt is a forensic test, such as DNA or fingerprint matching, a credibility inflation or a "CSI" effect might unduly influence the jury. Attorney Ken Strutin considers th
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Attorney Leonard Deutchman has reviewed federal court decisions that applied the "plain view" doctrine of the Fourth Amendment to law enforcement engaged in computer searches. He now looks at a 9th C
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