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New PA Superior Court Decision Indicates Extra Precautions Needed By Attorneys To Protect Work Product Of Third Party Consultants
Attorneys engaged to conduct internal investigations are often sought and retained in order to allow a sensitive inquiry to unfold under the cloak of protection available through the attorney-client relationship.
United States
16 Aug 2018
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NJ Confirms The Court's Gatekeeper Function And Joins The Slow March Toward State-Court Acceptance Of Daubert
Twenty-five years after the United States Supreme Court's seminal decision on the admissibility of expert evidence, New Jersey has confirmed that it accepts the factors identified in Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals, ...
United States
15 Aug 2018
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The Third Circuit Holds That The Discovery Rule Does Not Apply To The FDCPA's One-Year Statute Of Limitations, But That The Doctrine Of Equitable Tolling Might Apply.
In a precedential decision diverging from holdings in the Fourth and Ninth Circuits, the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, sitting en banc, held that the one-year statute of limitations...
United States
22 May 2018
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Gordon Woodward Comments On Instructive Court Opinion Regarding Communication With In-House Counsel
In SodexoMAGIC, LLC v. Drexel University, Civil Action No. 16-5144 (ED Pa. 2018), Judge Baylson addressed the issue of attorney-client privilege ...
United States
23 Mar 2018
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NJ State Court Authorizes Facebook As An Alternate Means Of Service
Service through social media has come to New Jersey.
United States
4 Apr 2017
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Gabelli v. SEC: The Supreme Courtís Statute Of Limitations Ruling Puts Pressure On Federal Agencies To Investigate More Aggressively And Sue More Quickly
In a sweeping decision that could impact numerous enforcement actions by a number of federal agencies, the U.S. Supreme Court rejected the federal governmentís argument that an agency should be entitled to the protection of the discovery rule in an enforcement action seeking a civil penalty for an alleged act of fraud.
United States
10 Mar 2013
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Reining In Discovery Costs Through Predictive Coding Programs
Itís no secret that discovery in litigation can be extremely ó sometimes prohibitively ó expensive. A recent study of electronic discovery costs shows that the total cost of production could range from $17,000 to $27 million, with a median of $1.8 million.
United States
22 May 2012
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New York Appellate Court Adopts Zubulake In Imposing Adverse Inference For Handling of E-Mails
leading appellate court in New York has now adopted the stringent rules applied in federal courts prescribing an early date by when documents and information must be preserved and imposing the tough sanction of adverse inference for failure to do so.
United States
12 Mar 2012
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The Effective Use Of Rule 502(d) In E-Discovery Cases
The article discusses Federal Rule of Evidence Rule 502(d), which is one of the most valuable assets, if used properly, available to e-discovery counsel in dealing with the attorney-client and work product privileges during review and production of electronically stored information.
United States
3 Nov 2011
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The "Red Flags" Rules: A Burgeoning Standard of Care for Financial Institutions
Identity theft is a pervasive and ongoing problem. Unmoored from the burglarís traditional constraints of space and time, identity theft can happen to anyone, anywhere, and at any time.
United States
25 Oct 2010
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