Tag Archives: discovery

Litigation: What’s Taking So Long? (Part 1)

“What’s taking so long?” This is a common question asked by clients as a lawsuit goes on and on, oftentimes for year after year. Sometimes, the passage of time cannot be helped; neither the parties, the lawyers, nor the courts, … Continue reading

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Where You Would Least Expect to See Your Emails & Texts: In Court!

As most of us have become very adept at using email, text, and social media, our lives have sped up. It has become possible for us to instantly connect with one another, feasible to complete transactions with a swipe or … Continue reading

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Discovery Rules: Changes in the Commercial Division

{4:55 minutes to read} In an earlier article, I talked about the importance of discovery and how the ultimate disposition of a case can certainly be affected—win or lose—by what happens. As lawyers and many clients know, discovery can be … Continue reading

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Discovery: The Vital Next Step

{3:40 minutes to read} Cases can often be won or lost during discovery. When a dispute arises and a party hires an attorney, they will spend time, together, going over the facts, providing relevant documents, and giving the attorney enough … Continue reading

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