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Civil Practice: Garnishment Proceeding – Discovery – Judicial Admission

Moore Automotive Group, Inc. v. Goffstein (MLW No. 60020/Case No. SC89795 – 14 pages) (Supreme Court of Missouri, Breckenridge, J.; Price, C.J., Russell, Fischer and Stith, JJ., concur; Teitelman, J., dissents in separate opinion filed; Wolff, J., concurs in opinion ...

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Civil Practice: Discovery – Ex Parte Communications – HIPAA Preemption

State ex rel. Bobbie Jean Proctor v. Messina (MLW No. 59843/Case No. WD71326 – 33 pages) (Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District, Pfeiffer, J.) Where a trial court in a medical malpractice action issued a formal discovery order authorizing the ...

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Diligence can help avoid digital discovery disasters

Scared? You should be – and I would be too. Even though definitions for discoverable digital data are just now emerging and courts are only starting to probe the depths of electronic discovery misconduct, sanctions are being granted 65 percent ...

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Attack your own case before your opponent does

Why would we ever attack our own cases? Because it allows us to clearly see the weaknesses of our own cases, and it highlights the precise ways in which our opponents will attack. Determining the weaknesses of our own cases ...

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