By narrowing the scope of sanctions for failure to preserve electronically stored information, the revised Rule 37(e) of the Federal Ruled of Civil Procedure may eliminate many concerns of litigants
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
... While not questioning the professionalism of the defense bar, she said trial judges must ensure that attorneys meet the technical requirements before the images...
Originally Published: New Jersey Law Journal
...too severe of a sanction. He also refused to order a new trial. After several months of debate, on May 9 Whyte ...
...testimony as well as create and export video clips for presentation at trial, mediation, and settlement hearings. YesLaw's integration with LexisNexis transcript...
...amp; Aldridge in its Atlanta office. He's a graduate of the Trial Advocacy Institute at the National Trial Advocacy College and received his J...
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Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
There are proposed changes to the federal rules applicable to e-discovery, which currently allow plaintiffs to propound broad and costly discovery requests on defendants before there is any finding o
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At ABA Techshow, an established practice management vendor launches an unexpected suite of marketing tools
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