A recent case from the Southern District of New York highlights the need for such an order.
The sixth edition of the Benchbook for U.S. District Court Judges reflects the impact that technology and e-discovery are having on pretrial litigation and trials.
A look at three recent cases exploring the admissibility of text messages, in corroboration with other evidence, during trial.
By James A. King
A crash course on the admissibility requirements of Rule 56.
By John Kenneth Felter and Samuel Brenner
When may settlement license agreements and negotiations be discoverable and/or admissible?
By Michael R. Lied
Incriminatory emails sent from workplace computer not protected by marital communications privilege.
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Professor Steve Landsman discusses the evidentiary issues arising from People v. Collins—including problems that can come from an uncritical look at statistics. (7:55 min)
Veteran ethics professor Stephan Landsman discusses authentication and the seven-step process to establish it for evidentiary purposes. (12:40 min)
The June 11th teleconference will discuss the complex, nuanced issues that diversity in the courtroom presents to the 21st century lawyer.
Here's a sneak peek of what we will be discussing on Tuesday, June 4, 2013 at 4:30 p.m. Eastern time.
The teleconference, taking place at 12:30 p.m. Eastern time on May 29 will present an overview of what practitioners (and judges) need to know about social media in 2013.
Trial Evidence Leadership
New Orleans, LA
New Orleans, LA