Mississippi Supreme Court rules on questionable Facebook messages in murder trial.
Barring action from Congress, the FRE amendments will become effective on December 1, 2014.
Seventh Circuit questions validity of the present sense impression and excited utterance exceptions.
By Jennifer Zedalis
Tips to help you craft a compelling closing argument and secure a fair outcome for your client.
By Ralph H. Schofield Jr.
We explore how the "objective" view of this elusive concept continues to develop and how it can affect other contract defenses.
By Jeffrey K. Dicker
The relaxed standard for determining whether a case is exceptional, coupled with the more deferential standard of appellate review, has the potential to change the landscape.
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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)
Veteran ethics professor Stephan Landsman discusses authentication and the seven-step process to establish it for evidentiary purposes. (12:40 min)
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“Practical Considerations in Advising and Representing Clients in Anti-Terrorism/Homeland Security Investigations.” Read more.
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