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Testing for Junk Science in the Discovery Process

04/4/2016
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What is the “Daubert” standard supposed to test? Daubert v Merrill Dow Pharmaceuticals, 509 US 579 (1993). Daubert and the Federal Rule of Evidence 702 are intended to allow the court to act as a gatekeeper in keeping “junk science” away from jurors. The theory, I suppose, is that jurors […]

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Tips for the Law Practice — Improving Word with Tabs

03/30/2016
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We recently upgraded from Microsoft Office 2010 to Office 2013. To add to the change, we went to Microsoft 365, a cloud based framework. For the most part the transition went smooth, largely because we have cooperative users who recognize the value of improved technology and the inconvenience that goes […]

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Litigation Discovery and the New Federal Rules

01/15/2016
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Trying to make the best of rules open to highly subjective interpretation… Discovery in litigation is the heart of the process. It is the system by which parties can obtain evidence from other parties and refine knowledge about the proof available for their causes of action and defenses. If done […]

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Trust But Verify — What E-discovery should be

03/5/2015
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If you ask an opposing party about the details of their document collection; the custodians interviewed; the keywords searched; or the culling approaches used; you are likely to get one response, a quickly erected brick wall. In Cooperation and Litigation: Thoughts on the American Experience (2013), Richard Marcus writes: “I […]

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Florida Rules of Civil Procedure Still Apply to ESI

01/16/2015
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In JDSupra Business Advisor, Attorney Robert Rogers writes a summary of a recent Florida case, Nucci v. Target Corp., 40 Fla. L. Weekly D166a (Fla. 4th DCA Jan. 7, 2015). Mr. Rogers sets forth, “A Florida appellate court has ordered a plaintiff to produce photographs from her “private” Facebook page […]

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Take Control – You and Your Children’s – Online Privacy

01/6/2015
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In the wide-eyed wake of an event coined “The Snappening,” users of social media, parents of tweens and teens and celebrities who have been hacked are pausing before posting. “The Snappening,” named after the application Snapchat, occurred in late 2014, when hackers captured and leaked 200,000 sensitive photos that were […]

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