Cooperation, E-Discovery, Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) 0 July 31, 2017 73 Aaron Taylor

While reading the numerous blogs and articles emphasizing increased efforts to have attorneys be more cooperative in their “meet and confers” and ongoing conferences, I happened to recall some legal work of Louis Brandeis before he ascended to the US Supreme Court.  Not that I’m a legal scholar, but I enjoy reading of the works of […]

Applications, BYOD, E-Discovery, Email 0 December 12, 2016 216 Aaron Taylor

It seems I had barely digested the intriguing information about one of the newer messaging apps called Signal as I discussed in my last blog and as reported by the NYTimes, when now I see a new story about updates by Slack to their app as reported by The Technologist blog from FindLaw.  Slack is putting the pressure on other […]

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