GREG JOSEPH ON FEDERAL PRACTICE
December 1 , 2010
2010 Amendments to Rule 26 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure Concerning New Limitations on Duties to Disclose Expert Witness Communications and Reports
Listen as New York attorney Greg Joseph, former Chair of the Section of Litigation, and expert in Federal Practice, discusses the dramatic amendments to Rule 26 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure going into effect on December 1, 2010, which confer greater protection from discovery on many types of expert witness communications and reports.
June 24 , 2010
Hear New York attorney Greg Joseph, an expert in Federal Practice, analyze five decisions issued in 2010 by the United States Supreme Court concerning Federal Practice, including issues regarding: arbitration clauses: Rent-a-Center West, Inc. v. Jackson and Stolt-Nielsen, S.A. v. Animal Feeds Int’l Corp.; statutes of limitations: Merck & Co. v. Reynolds; Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 15c(1)C)(ii)’s relation back doctrine: Krupski v. Costa Croiere, S.p.A.; and the determination of corporate citizenship for purposes of establishing federal diversity jurisdiction: Hertz Corp. v. Friend.
April 20, 2010
Listen this week to Federal Rules expert Greg Joseph explore the ins and outs of Federal Rule of Evidence 902 and its application to the brave new world of admissibility of evidence taken from websites, chat rooms, twitter feeds, internet archives, or involving Google searches. Joseph cites numerous recent Federal cases on key questions establishing the factors used to establish “fair attribution,” when data is self-authenticating and other pertinent internet evidence questions.
March 24, 2010
Listen to former Section Chair Greg Joseph explain five Supreme Court decisions on federal practice in 2009.
February 22, 2010
Listen to former Section Chair Greg Joseph explain the intricacies of Federal Rule 502.