More From the #Jury Box: The Latest on Juries and Social Media

  More From the #Jury Box: The Latest on Juries and Social Media The rampant use of social media on the part of jurors presents an on-going challenge to the impartiality of the jury system. A recent article entitled “More From The #Jury Box“ by U.S. District Court Judge Amy J. St. Eve, Illinois Judge […]

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American Bar Association Addresses Lawyers’ Review of Jurors’ Internet Presence (Formal Opinion 466 April 24, 2014)

American Bar Association Addresses Lawyers’ Review of Jurors’ Internet Presence (Formal Opinion 466 April 24, 2014) The American Bar Association‘s Committee On Ethics And Professional Responsibility issued a formal order clarifying the “blurry” line between permissible use of social media to obtain information regarding juror prejudices and improper and prohibited ex parte communication with jurors […]

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Anderson Living Trust v. WPX Energy Prod., LLC, —F.R.D.—, 2014 WL 930869 (D.N.M. Mar. 6, 2014)

Anderson Living Trust v. WPX Energy Prod., LLC, —F.R.D.—, 2014 WL 930869 (D.N.M. Mar. 6, 2014) During discovery in this case, the parties came to an agreement that in response to the discovery request, Defendants would scan hard copy documents and produce the material electronically in searchable portable document format (PDF).  The Plaintiff then sought […]

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Welcome

WELCOME As the President and original founder of NJL (formerly New Jersey Legal), I want to personally thank you for visiting our new blog. We here at NJL are celebrating our 20th year in litigation and trial support; yes, time does fly when you work hard and have the support of a great staff and […]

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