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7th Circuit E-Discovery Pilot update
Now in its second phase, the Seventh Circuit Electronic Discovery Pilot Project has launched <discoverypilot.com>. The Web site provides information about the Project's Principles, as well as committee information.
A proposed jury instruction for “willfulness” in FACTA cases
Courts have not yet spelled out what it means exactly to be “willful” as opposed to “negligent.” In many cases it’s a close call, and it depends on the facts and circumstances of each case. The purpose of this article is to find some common ground.
Stanley J. Roszkowski United States Courthouse dedicated
The beautiful Stanley J. Roszkowski Courthouse is a six-story building which features a glass atrium entrance and a glass enclosed jury assembly room. The facility will house the United States Clerk’s Office, two bankruptcy courtrooms, three district courtrooms, as well as offices for the U.S. Marshals, U.S. Attorney, probation and pre-trial services, the United States Public Defender, Department of Homeland Security, and GSA.