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Category: Commercial Litigation

Electronically Stored information (ESI) — Search and Identify

12/6/2012
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We have now written about the general environment of e-discovery and some of the rules surrounding e-discovery and electronically stored information (ESI). Now, let’s talk a little about document/data location (search) and collection. First, know that collecting (search) document and data evidence has completely different perspectives depending on whether you […]

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Beginning Electronic Discovery — Considering the Basics

12/4/2012
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When might a legal case involve extensive discovery, including electronic discovery (e-discovery)? Suppose you sue a corporation and want to obtain documents/data (Request to Produce), information from the corporation itself (Interrogatories) and information from employees of the corporation (depositions). What might the subject matter of the lawsuit involve: Breach of […]

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Contingent Fee Arrangements With Government

07/11/2007
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It has been done in Mississippi, Florida, and in New Brunswick, Canada. Governmental bodies have finally realized that if they have a cause of action, involving complex litigation, why pay exorbitant hourly fees? Instead, why not hire plaintiff oriented firms who are skilled in working under contingent fee arrangements? Why […]

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