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The Use Of Social Media In The Discovery Process; One Attorney's Take
New York Partner Melissa Osipoff authored the New York Law Journal article "Private Facebook Posts Could Be Fair Game For Discovery."
United States
19 Jul 2018
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Private Facebook Posts Could Be Fair Game For Discovery
New York's highest court recently held that social media users may be required to turn over information from their accounts—regardless of the user's chosen privacy settings...
United States
3 May 2018
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November 2016: The 7 Biggest Labor And Employment Law Stories
The world of labor and employment law is always evolving at a rapid pace. In order to make sure that you stay on top of the latest developments, here is a quick review of the seven biggest stories...
United States
13 Dec 2016
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Employers Enjoy First Round Victory: Persuader Rule Blocked!
Describing the federal government's controversial persuader rule as "defective to its core," the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas today blocked the rule in its entirety.
United States
4 Jul 2016
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You Don't Have The Right To Remain Silent: The Middle District Of Pennsylvania Reaffirms That Attorney-Client Communications During Depositions Are NOT PRIVILEGED
In Hall v. Clifton Precision, 150 F.R.D. 525, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania issued its opinion regarding attorney-client communications during depositions...
United States
19 Jun 2016
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Massachusetts Employers: Protect Your Documents
An important new Supreme Judicial Court decision has paved the way for Massachusetts employees pursuing certain discrimination claims to engage in what the court has dubbed "self-help discovery."
United States
10 Jun 2016
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Protective Orders: Alternatives to "Attorney Eyes' Only"
Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 26 provides for broad discovery: "Parties may obtain discovery regarding any nonprivileged matter that is relevant to any party’s claim or defense."
United States
26 Jan 2011
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