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Yearly Archives: 2012

Merry Christmas and a Very Happy New Year

12/21/2012
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We come to the end of another year and we have fought many battles during it. We have brought justice to many of our clients and many of our clients we have helped to get through the year. The fight for our clients continues and we welcome it. To all […]

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Making Dreams Come True — Jack the Bikeman

12/20/2012
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For the tenth year, at 8:30 in the morning on Sunday, December 16, 2012, Jack Hairston III, affectionately known as “Jack the Bike Man”, opened the large overhead door of his warehouse to welcome a large crowd of families. They had all been gathered there before sunrise for a chance […]

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Electronic Discovery — Myths, Fables and Folklore

12/18/2012
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Next in our Electronically Stored Information (ESI) series I had planned to discuss the collection, review and culling of ESI. I changed my mind after reading a few articles and recently decided cases that discussed some crazy myths and fables about ESI and e-discovery. Let’s talk about myths, legends and […]

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Newton, Connecticut — A Tragic Loss of Innocents

12/17/2012
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I am without understanding for the events that occurred in Newton, Connecticut or how the needless slaughter of 20 innocent children and (6) educators could happen. Our thoughts, our sympathies and our sorrow go out to the parents and family of those murdered by Adam Lanza. Although we have some […]

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Free Safe Text and Have a Safe Holiday

12/13/2012
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Did you get up this morning have breakfast and a few glasses of wine or cocktails before getting in your car to drive to work? If you found yourself texting while you were making that trip to work, answering emails or maybe even talking on your cell phone, you might […]

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E-Discovering Electronically Stored Information

12/11/2012
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As we have previously discussed, the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure provide specific rules for the handling and discovery of electronically stored information (ESI). In Florida, the Rules of Civil Procedure were recently amended to include at least some guidance relating to ESI and e-discovery. Those amendments impacted different rules: […]

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