Timothy M. Tippins, adjunct professor at Albany Law School, discusses the New York state appellate decision O'Loughlin v. Sweetland, which affirmed a lower court ruling that refused to impose sanctio
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
...data discovery guidelines amplify Rule 1 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, amended in 2007, that calls for civil litigation to be handled in...
Georgetown panel identifies and demystifies cross border e-discovery quandaries
One of the most vexing problems for global companies and their lawyers is how to identify, collect, and use ESI in e-discovery without ending up in jail or facing huge fines, reports Monica Bay, edi
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
Originally Published: Law.com
...set forth in Rule 1 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure . As every lawyer surely remembers, Rule 1 requires that the FRCP...
...Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and the Federal...confer session and Rule 16 pre-trial conference, overseen this year...
...permit pre-filing applications for preservation orders for good cause shown. This procedure would handle the egregious situations, and its existence as a fallback remedy...
...quot;This bill will make recording of confessions a standard of police procedure, with great results for both police and suspects," said state Sen...
If anything can be gleaned from a small body of Pennsylvania case law , it's that postings on social networking sites that are inconsistent with statements in discovery often result in the private po
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