19Dec

Every four to five years, the Hague Conference on Private International Law convenes a Special Commission Meeting to review issues associated with the practical operation of the Hague Service and Evidence Conventions.

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19Dec
By: Phil On: December 19, 2016 In: Litigation Support, Service of Process Comments: 0

Litigation of mass torts or product liability claims often have an international component, as one or more of the defendants involved may be outside the US.

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15Dec
By: Katherine On: December 15, 2016 In: Litigation Support Comments: 0

Legal transcriptions are often absolutely necessary to advance in a case — but strict deadlines can make this difficult. When battling time constraints, legal professionals may be tempted to choose transcription software over human transcription. But should they?

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14Dec
By: Autumn On: December 14, 2016 In: International Litigation, Litigation Support Comments: 0

Litigation support is a necessity for all law firms, but it does not need to be handled solely by your legal employees. Instead, outsourcing litigation support is a wise idea. Whether you run a law firm or preside over a legal department within a company, take a look at some...

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14Dec
By: Autumn On: December 14, 2016 In: Litigation Support Comments: 0

Legal transcription involves listening to recorded dialog and typing it on a computer, creating a text copy. Many court cases require transcriptions of recorded dialog, yet doing this work at your firm is tedious and often requires excessive time and resources.

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14Dec
By: Kaytie On: December 14, 2016 In: Litigation Support Comments: 0

Court interpreters are sometimes taken for granted, even though they have an extremely important job. A fair trial must include the right to interpretation and translation. Click here to find out about court interpreter regulations abroad.

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13Dec
By: Phil On: December 13, 2016 In: Litigation Support Comments: 0

Are you aware that there is at least one online notary service that now claims it can notarize documents for you without ever having you appear before an actual notary and that such documents will be accepted nationwide? The validity and universal recognition of such notarizations, however, is suspect when...

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13Dec
By: Phil On: December 13, 2016 In: Litigation Support Comments: 0

Did you know that at least one US Court of Appeals’ opinion has cast doubt on a prevailing party’s ability to be reimbursed for costs incurred in engaging in “eDiscovery?” If you represent any party that needs to conduct or respond to eDiscovery requests, consider this.

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08Dec
By: Katherine On: December 8, 2016 In: Litigation Support Comments: 0

Affidavits — signed, sworn statements of fact — are used in trials and other court proceedings where a verified statement is required. Drawing up an affidavit is a simple enough task for an attorney, but what if the person who is supposed to sign the affidavit doesn’t speak English well...

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07Dec
By: Guest On: December 7, 2016 In: Litigation Support Comments: 0

By testing the themes and evidence, participants in litigation discover valuable insights about the strengths, weaknesses and risks of a case. These insights can be used to make decisions about settlement, trial strategy and witness preparation.

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