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Originally Published: New York Law Journal
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Attorneys Richard Raysman and Peter Brown find that attorneys will continue to seek out social networking content in civil litigation. Beyond that, there are also numerous ethical concerns for attorn
...the decades after he came home from World War II, it...street in front of his house in Florida, there he was...
Attorneys are free to archive records electronically, as long as they take adequate measures to protect confidentiality, says New Jersey's Supreme Court Advisory Committee on Professional Ethics. In
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