Though the claim that the plaintiff's responses were nonresponsive and made in bad faith had merit, motion was still denied.
When password protections on company-issued smartphones are not in corporate records, former employees are not obligated to disclose them.
Defendant is not entitled to a new trial because jury misconduct is inadmissible under Federal Rule of Evidence 606(b).
By Mark Dobson
A word of caution may be in order about the Court’s potentially global statements.
By Michael R. Lied
A witness is not required to have prior knowledge of an individual captured by camera in order to establish identification.
By Travis H.D. Lewin and Tyler P. Hite
It seemed to be a clear case of murder that Abe could not win—but he did. Was it, in fact, a case he should have lost?
You’re late with your privilege log—no big deal? Ian Fisher explains how it can become a huge deal but also how a little cooperation can be a procrastinator’s best tool. (7:26 min)
Listen as a U.S. district judge with 27 years of experience in the courtroom, discusses what he views as the most troublesome evidentiary issues. (13:05 min)
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)
Please attend a telephone conference with the Committee Co-Chairs on Thursday, August 20, 2015, at 4:00 p.m. Eastern.
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