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In the sudden acceleration cases against Toyota, there are confidential documents and highly confidential documents. And then there is what the judge overseeing most of the cases called the company's
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...Breit Drescher Imprevento & Walker and a member of the PSC. "The one thing we didn't want to happen...
...the Gulf of Mexico, denied a motion by the plaintiffs' steering committee (PSC) to have admitted, under the "business records" exception to the...
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
The supreme resource on the nation's highest court gets an overhaul; new sites make it easier to court watch
...is provided through the Judiciary's PACER (Public Access to Court Electronic Records) system, a...
When the New York State Courts Electronic Filing System was introduced in 1999, only one case was e-filed all year. In the decade since then, the use of e-filing has become standard in the federal co
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"Cloud computing" may sound more like something a computer geek should know, but as a 21st Century paralegal, you are required to keep abreast of the latest technology. Cloud computing is storming th
...tablet PC, Acer Aspire One, MacBook Pro, Two Dell Dimension desktops. HP PSC 2510 Photosmart All-In-One. Motorola SB5101 SURFboard cable modem, Linksys WRT54G...
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