Dear John, I have a new case in federal court and I anticipate that both parties will need to sift through a high volume of electronically stored information (“ESI”) for potentially relevant documents. Opposing counsel wants the parties to take ...Read More »
A few weeks ago, the nation’s largest municipal police force, the New York City Police Department, started equipping its officers with body-worn cameras, an initiative touted as a revolution in policing. But for police reformers and privacy advocates — and ...
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There’s a bitter irony that 1960s pop band The Turtles’ biggest hit record, “Happy Together,” was born of a group that in its few years of making records drifted through personnel changes, producers and multiple managers, ultimately disbanding due to ...Read More »
Sometimes the most important stuff in Supreme Court opinions is hidden in the footnotes. In Monday’s Supreme Court ruling striking down two North Carolina congressional districts as unconstitutionally influenced by race, the majority buried a doozy, a potentially powerful new ...Read More »
On Dec. 13, former President Obama signed into law the 21st Century Cures Act, which incorporated the Special Needs Trust Fairness Act and empowered competent disabled individuals under the age of 65 to establish their own self-settled supplemental needs trusts ...Read More »