Liberty Mutual Insurance Company, et al. v. Viking Industrial Security, et al. – NJ Appellate Division Reverses Spoliation Sanctions; NJ Supreme Court Declines Hearing Challenge to Appellate Decision

Liberty Mutual Insurance Company, et al. v. Viking Industrial Security, et al. – NJ Appellate Division Reverses Spoliation Sanctions; NJ Supreme Court Declines Hearing Challenge to Appellate Decision… In this case of alleged insurance fraud, the New Jersey Appellate Division addressed the issue of whether or not the motion judge had erred in granting spoliation […]

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The 21st Century Water Cooler: Discovery and Text Messages

The 21st Century Water Cooler: Discovery and Text Messages Read the JD Supra article by Valerie Diden More of Butler Snow LLP, addressing the management of the risk associated with text messaging in a company and the need for appropriate retention policies and plans for preservation in the event of litigation.

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The BYOD horse is out of the barn: Implementing the right mobile policy for your organization

The BYOD horse is out of the barn: Implementing the right mobile policy for your organization Read the Inside Counsel article by Matt Nelson, addressing the three key components of a good mobile device plan including identifying the right people, creating and enforcing the right policies and implementing the right technology

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Automated Solutions Corp. v. Paragon Data Sys., Inc. – Circuit Court Affirms Denial of Spoliation Sanctions for Failure to Preserve ESI.

Automated Solutions Corp. v. Paragon Data Sys., Inc. – Circuit Court Affirms Denial of Spoliation Sanctions for Failure to Preserve ESI. In this copyright case, the owner, Automated Solutions Corp. (“ASC”) brought suit against Paragon Data systems claiming that their developer used their copyrighted code to develop a software product. The circuit court addressed whether […]

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