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NY Appellate Court Holds Attorney Client Privilege May Be Defeated When Shareholders Or Business Owners Demonstrate Good Cause
NAMA Holdings involved a discovery dispute arising out of a series of legal proceedings between the managers of Alliance Network, LLC ("Alliance"), the law firm of Greenberg Traurig, LLP ("Greenberg")...
United States
25 Nov 2015
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Federal Judge Strikes Class Allegations Pre-Certification And Discovery
Too many times a defendant is forced to foot the bill for costly discovery and motion practice before being able to successfully challenge class allegations.
United States
13 Feb 2015
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Collection Of Evidence In The U.S. For Use In Foreign Legal Proceedings Under 28 U.S.C. Section 1782: Recent Highlights
Critical evidence, needed for the resolution of a dispute abroad, may be located in the United States.
United States
27 Oct 2014
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Federal Court Holds That E-Mail Received By Employee From Lawyer On His Work E-Mail System Is Not Privileged
In a recent decision, Judge Roslynn Mauskopf, United States District Judge for the Eastern District of New York, denied defendant Christopher Finazzo’s motion in limine to preclude the government from introducing an allegedly privileged e-mail that Finazzo’s personal attorney sent to Finazzo’s work e-mail account.
United States
17 Jun 2013
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The Supreme Court Upholds Public Employer's Right to Review Employee Text Messages
In a closely watched decision that will undoubtedly impact both public and private employers, the Supreme Court of the United States recently held, in "City of Ontario, California v. Quon", that the City of Ontario's review of a police officer's text messages transmitted on a City-issued device were reasonable and did not violate the Fourth Amendment.
United States
23 Jun 2010
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Mining Buried Electronic Data: Increasing Criminal And Civil Case Concerns
With the rapid progression of computer technology, the production of documents in response to a government subpoena or civil discovery request has unearthed new and unexplored issues.
United States
5 Mar 2008
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