There's more information stored on our devices than most people realize.
Discovery is often intimidating for litigators, especially young lawyers. The key is to stay ahead of the deadlines.
The case is Bodi v. Shingle Springs Boand of Miwok Indians.
By Christin J. Jones
Learn how to use this largely neglected technique when evidence is struck from consideration.
By Robert E. Sumner, IV, and Charles R. Scarminach
There is little related case law to guide this decision, but often it's simply a question of fairness.
By Theresa W. Parrish
Legal lessons learned from Deflategate.
Potter Anderson litigators reenact some of the best strategies for using depositions at trial to help your clients at trial. (5:38 min)
Two Goodwin Procter attorneys explain the many factors involved when deciding how to best use an employee who also happens to be the inventor in a patent case.
Tony Zeuli explains that despite its seemingly straightforward definition, Rule 106 features many elements that attorneys should consider, especially during discovery. (12:50 min)
The committee is launching a new series of podcasts entitled "The Trial, From A to Z." The podcast series, which will run for several months, will be provided by authorities on handling the case from preparation to post-trial motions.
We are looking for articles on trial practice and trial skills to publish on the website and in the quarterly committee journal.
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