Having a single piece of hardware or software that can protect a firm’s entire information stream is somewhat like going completely paperless — the vision is there, but the innovation isn’t a reality just yet.
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Brad Schimel, the lone Republican candidate for state attorney general, ignited a firestorm early this year with his response to a letter alleging pay-to-play politics.Read More »
Just settling into the witness preparation session, your client nervously asks: “What if they ask about preparation?” It’s a frequent question — and concern — from witnesses.Read More »
Summer. It’s the perfect time to take a break from reading opinions, statutes and codes, horn books and the ever-popular correspondence from opposing counsel expressing consternation at your client’s actions/position.Read More »
At least two state Supreme Court justices continue to show concern about the application of a newly-passed rule designed to give judges a roadmap on how to deal with pro se litigants in court.Read More »
In the past decade, there have been a series of U.S. Supreme Court decisions interpreting the Eighth Amendment, which prohibits “cruel and unusual punishment,” as it applies to juvenile defendants.Read More »