Recent Practice Points

Third-Party Affidavit Statements Admissible When Offered to Explain Reactions of Listeners

Kenneth Klemm – October 17, 2019 | Trial court finds statements of third-parties in affidavit submitted to oppose summary judgment motions as hearsay admissible when not offered to prove the trust of the matter asserted in such statements.

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Florida Adopts Daubert Standard

Michael R. Lied – August 2, 2019 | Practitioners should be prepared to apply the new standard in matters in the Florida state courts.

Recent Articles

From Snaps to Tweets: The Craft of Social Media Discovery

Matthew J. Hamilton, Donna L. Fisher, Jessica K. Southwick – October 5, 2018 | Courts have consistently held that social media accounts are subject to established discovery principles but are reluctant to allow parties to rummage through private social media accounts.

Getting the Snaps and Tweets into Evidence

By Matthew J. Hamilton, Donna L. Fisher, Jessica K. Southwick, Pepper Hamilton – October 7, 2018 | A rundownof the best practices that will help ensure that crucial evidence is not excluded.

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Sound Advice Podcasts

Five Tips for Authenticating Documents During Depositions

By Camalla Kimbrough Guyton - April 30, 2019 | Five quick tips for young lawyers for authenticating documents during depositions

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