In their Privacy Matters column, Richard Raysman, a partner at Holland & Knight, and Peter Brown, the principal at Peter Brown & Associates, write: Whether through proprietary software specifically d
The co-chair of the new social media committee of the Commercial and Federal Litigation Section of the NYSBA, one of the first in the country, discusses the committee's work to educate attorneys abou
Richard A. Dollinger, a member of the New York Court of Claims and acting Supreme Court Justice, discusses how the increased use of social media and the Internet threatens the cornerstone of the jury
In their Patent and Trademark Law, Robert C. Scheinfeld, a partner at Baker Botts, and Parker H. Bagley, of counsel with Boies, Schiller & Flexner, write: One might think that the issue of what quali
In his State E-discovery column, Mark A. Berman, a partner at Ganfer & Shore, writes: The sanction for an ESI spoliation offense often does not merit that a party's pleading be stricken, although sou
In their Patent and Trademark Law column, Robert C. Scheinfeld of Baker Botts and Parker H. Bagley of Boies, Schiller & Flexner write: On May 10, the Federal Circuit, sitting en banc, issued a highly
Mark S. Ochs, of counsel at Tully Rinckey, traces ethics opinions issued by a number of states on the topic of attorneys using social media as an investigative tool, either through passive reading or
...Witness Barnes testified he observed "XL" shoot Tongue, accessed his MySpace account and printed out a photo of defendant, identifying him as the...
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