Recent Practice Points

Forensic Analysis of Digital Currencies in Investigations

By Ryan Rubin and Antonio Rega – April 5, 2021 | Digital-currency transactions are invaluable in tracking down fraudulent activity and maintaining the integrity of transactions.

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Discovery When Opposing a Pro Se Litigant

By Lori Gayle Nuckolls – June 17, 2020 | Themes and theories of discovery to keep in mind when the other side represents themselves.

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Spoliation Sanctions and How to Avoid Them

By Dalila Hoover – June 17, 2020 | Amended Rule 37(e) provides a uniform standard for imposing sanctions when assessing the degree of accountability for nonpreservation.

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Sound Advice Podcasts

Networking That Works

Networking can be an important business development tool for all attorneys, but especially litigators. It is important for lawyers to strategically choose where, how and with whom to network. Marketing consultant Carol Schiro Greenwald and IP litigator Michael Steger discuss these issues in this Sound Advice. (14:49 min.)

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Practical Tips for Virtual Practice

In 2020 we saw a rise in the use of virtual technology, including Zoom, for depositions and hearings. In this podcast, two litigators, Ashley Heilprin and James Gilbert, discuss how to avoid snafus and have a seamless virtual presentation of evidence and testimony. (11:55 min.)

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Pretrial Practice & Discovery

Learn how to get involved with the Pretrial Practice & Discovery Committee and maximize your Section membership!