Category Archives: Criminal Law

Electronically Stored Information – A Duty to Preserve And Protect A Delicate Form of Proof.

The “digital age” is not only redefining how business gets done, it is fundamentally altering the litigation landscape.  In today’s digital world, electronically stored information (“ESI”) often captures the fundamental facts and proof needed to prosecute and defend claims asserted … Continue reading

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You Have A Right To Remain Silent, But First You Must…Speak?

While these articles are primarily focused on business and corporate disputes, every so often an important issue is raised that everyone should be aware of. Here’s to hoping neither you nor your business is in a position to put the information in … Continue reading

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