NLRB Finally Unlikes Social Media

NLRB Finally Unlikes Social Media Although in the past, The National Labor Relations Board has found almost any kind of employee speech and in particular in social media, protected under the Act, that may be changing. This Law Technology News article addresses a recent case, Richmond District Neighborhood Center, in which two unhappy employees had […]

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What Do We Do About Wearable Technology?

What Do We Do About Wearable Technology? This excellent article in Law Technology News, by Scott Christensen of Edwards Wildman Palmer, outlines the myriad of challenges presented by the growing use of wearable technology. Christensen points to the Gartner, Inc. statistic that there will be about 26 billion wearable devices connected to the internet by […]

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United States ex rel. Vainer v. Davita, Inc., Court Reopens Discovery and Awards Attorneys’ Fees for Defendants’ Discovery Abuses

United States ex rel. Vainer v. Davita, Inc., Court Reopens Discovery and Awards Attorneys’ Fees for Defendants’ Discovery Abuses Characterizing discovery in this case as a series of protracted fights, the court found that that defendants spoiled discovery relating to a critical computer program and ordered sanctions reopening discovery and awarding attorney fees and costs. […]

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United States v. Hernandez, Court Declines to Appoint a Coordinating Discovery Attorney Due to Ethical Concerns and Finds Use of Vendor to be Preferable

United States v. Hernandez, Court Declines to Appoint a Coordinating Discovery Attorney Due to Ethical Concerns and Finds Use of Vendor to be Preferable NY district court denied a motion by nine criminal defense attorneys appointed pursuant to the Criminal Justice Act (“CJA”) for the appointment of a Coordinating Discovery Attorney (“CDA”) to act on […]

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