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Tag Archives: Kamran F. Hashmi

Advocate’s View: Litigation issues in transactional documents: arbitration clauses, merger clauses and attorney’s fee provisions

“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” The words of Benjamin Franklin perfectly describe the transactional attorney’s ideal role in the negotiation and drafting of contracts. In practice, complex agreements are routinely negotiated and signed within days ...

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Advocate’s View: The fallacy of privacy: discovery of ‘private’ social media content in the wake of Forman v. Henkin

Introduction There is something about social media that causes people to instinctively share, post and tweet whatever is on their mind (ask Donald Trump). As a result, social media accounts are a potential evidentiary goldmine for litigation attorneys (ask Robert ...

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