Unfamiliar with the terminology and hesitant about technology in general, lawyers have struggled with the tidal wave of electronically stored information, or ESI, hitting the courtroom.
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President Barack Obama urged Americans last week to “step back” from violent clashes between police and protesters in Ferguson to “think about how we’re going to be moving forward.”Read More »
FedEx Corp. faces money-laundering charges in a drug-trafficking case brought by the U.S. last month over its shipping of prescription painkillers and other controlled substances for illegal Internet pharmacies.Read More »
Off the bench John Paul Stevens has decided to address a different audience: you and me and our elected representatives.Read More »
The Washington Redskins appealed a decision that the football team’s name was disparaging to American Indians and no longer entitled to federal trademark protection, escalating a two-decade dispute over a brand worth an estimated $145 million.Read More »
U.S. Internal Revenue Service told a judge its technicians made repeated futile efforts to save data on a malfunctioning computer hard drive used by Lois Lerner, the former official at the center of a dispute between Congress and the Obama administration over scrutiny of tea party groups.
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The U.S. doesn’t have to disclose the telecommunications companies helping it collect phone call records or turn over a secret surveillance court’s orders, a federal judge ruled, saying the information would reveal methods used in terrorism investigations.
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