Circuit court reaffirms high standard for appealing a district court's remand decision.
Eighth Circuit affirms ruling taking judicial notice of GPS technology.
Decision highlights direct and circumstantial options for email authentication.
Abstention by federal courts appropriate only in exceptional circumstances.
Major changes are in the works for key provisions of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, including limitations on discovery and spoliation sanctions.
Evidence presentation systems can help your case—but first you need to understand how to get permission and then use them.
A nuts-and-bolts look at common pre-, in-, and post-trial motions in federal court.
These clauses should be enforced in all but "the most exceptional cases."
A robust BYOD policy can save you a lot of trouble.
Courts are beginning to hold attorneys to a higher standard.