The Basics of Preparing for E-Discovery
As discovery increasingly focuses on electronically stored information, it is important to have a working knowledge of the many issues associated with e-discovery.
Discovery and the Circle of Trust Knowledge
The purpose of discovery is the transmission of knowledge from one party to the other. But what constitutes “knowledge” of information sufficient to trigger the duty to disclose?
Lost text messages lead to sanctions
Schmalz v. Village of North Riverside, et al. highlights the importance of taking measures to preserve data from mobile devices, as well as the risks associated with failing to take such measures.
Orders of Protection Cases Often Involve Surprises
It is going to be exceedingly easy now for respondents in order of protection cases to be blindsided or have to defend things that are not specified in a petition if those items testified to fall within section 214 of the Domestic Violence Act.
Sole Proximate Cause(s)
There appears to be a split in authority about how to take the word "sole" in the phrase "sole proximate cause."
Will the real Jesse Gurley please accept service
In Pickens v. Aahmes Temple #132 LLC, the appellate court upheld the trial court’s ruling that service of process was proper when the defendant listed the name of its registered agent but failed to include the agent’s correct suffix when another person by the same name with a different suffix was the individual actually served.