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Internet use at trial: solutions for preventing jury misuse of the internet

USA - February 27 2014 Courts have increasingly grappled with jury misuse of the Internet during court proceedings. In the age of smartphones, jurors are only a swipe of a…

Samantha V. Ettari, Norman C. Simon

Internet-based jurisdiction under the New York long arm statute

USA - October 27 2011 For our readers interested in how technology shapes litigation apart from e-discovery concerns, we highlight two recent cases that provide insight into the interplay between emerging technologies and establishing or warding off personal jurisdiction.

Samantha V. Ettari, Norman C. Simon

Spoliation of social media evidence

USA - February 27 2014 As websites like Facebook and Twitter grow in usage, litigators increasingly seek discovery of content from social media, as allowed by statutes and…

Samantha V. Ettari, Norman C. Simon

New guidance on issues surrounding the production of email attachments

USA - October 27 2011 In a recent order, Judge Shira A. Scheindlin of the Southern District of New York endorsed the Report and Recommendation (“R&R”) of Special Master Jonathan Redgrave, a founding Chair of The Sedona Conference Working Group on Electronic Document Retention and Production and well-respected authority on e-discovery matters.

Samantha V. Ettari, Norman C. Simon

Fourth Circuit addresses admissibility of emails between spouses accessed on workplace devices

USA - April 18 2013 In a recent decision that upheld the bribery and extortion convictions of a former member of the Virginia House of Delegates, the Fourth Circuit…

Samantha V. Ettari, Norman C. Simon