By: Phil On: December 13, 2016 In: Domestic Litigation 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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By: Katherine On: December 8, 2016 In: Domestic Litigation 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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By: Guest On: December 7, 2016 In: Domestic Litigation 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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