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Litigation Journal | Fall 2021: Discovering

Volume 48, Issue 1


Be Cautious About Anonymous Juries

Kevin S Burke

The use of anonymous juries raises questions regarding not only transparency in the administration of justice but also the impact on a defendant’s presumption of innocence.

Oct 26, 2023 4 min read

An In-House Counsel’s View of E-Discovery

Jeff Renzi

Early and open discussions regarding e-discovery matters will help you address client concerns, such as costs, while also avoiding inefficiencies due to erroneous assumptions by outside counsel.

Oct 04, 2021 12 min read


Warning: Broad Discretion Zone

Kenneth R Berman

Giving judges broad discretion in every matter that requires some exercise of judgment risks transferring too much power to the person who happens to wear the robe and be assigned to that case.

Oct 04, 2021 9 min read

Impeachment and Original Intent

Robert E Shapiro

The founders, who were certainly not without their warts, were sophisticated political thinkers, which is, after all, why their intentions matter in the first place.

Oct 26, 2023 22 min read

A Love Story

Kenneth P Nolan

My clients taught me the importance of love and devotion, showed me courage and perseverance. They quietly and surely showed us that life, with all its pain and disappointment, is joyous and precious…

Oct 04, 2021 7 min read


Cite Seeing

Eliot Fielding Turner

Richard Posner criticized The Bluebook’s abbreviations, which he rightly said violated the first rule of abbreviating: “avoid non-obvious abbreviations.”

Oct 04, 2021 2 min read