Best Practices

Pardon the Interruptions

Knock, knock Who’s there? Interrupting cow Interrupting cow– Moo!! Anyone who has sat through any oral argument knows that interruptions can just be a part of the game, whether those interruptions are by

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Avoiding E-Discovery Malpractice

Does a lawyer’s obligation to preserve evidence begin at the stage of litigation they’re retained? Attorneys Marie L. Mathews and Brigitte M. Gladis for the malpractice group at Chiesa Shahinian & Giantomasi recently

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A Rule 26(f) Reminder

Two recent orders remind us of the importance of following best practices for Rule 26 (f) conference, which can help streamline discovery and avoid unnecessary, costly disputes. In Hauck v. Walker, Plaintiff Christine

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A Change to Securities Litigation?

While in the past, companies that experienced cyber-attacks and data breaches were usually successful in defeating derivative actions and securities class action lawsuits, this may no longer be the case. Recent events may

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