Boston Scientific Corp. v. Lee, Flexibility and Creativity Should Be Tapped During Meet and Confer, Not After…

Boston Scientific Corp. v. Lee, Flexibility and Creativity Should Be Tapped During Meet and Confer, Not After… Dongchul Lee worked as a senior biomedical systems engineer for Boston Scientific and subsequently left to work for Nevro Corporation, a direct competitor in the spinal cord stimulation device market. Boston Scientific sued Lee, but not Nevro, alleging […]

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State Bar of California Addresses Attorney EDD Competency

State Bar of California Addresses Attorney EDD Competency In its Formal Opinion Interim No. 110004, the State Bar of California addressed a lawyer’s ethical responsibilities in handling discovery of ESI and found that the duty of competency is determined on a cases by case basis depending on the complexity of the litigation. Read the full […]

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Facebook “Likes” Are A Protected Concerted Activity

Facebook “Likes” Are A Protected Concerted Activity The NLRB’s recent ruling in Triple Pay Sports Bar found that “Liking” someone on Facebook was a “protected concerted activity” and employees are shielded from negative repercussions. Read the article by Mark J. Neuberger of Foley & Ladner here.

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Following The Road to ESI Preservation with Three Court Questions

Following The Road to ESI Preservation with Three Court Questions The following article published in Inside Counsel addresses the increased importance of timely preservation of ESI in light of the proposed amendments to Rule 37 and provides practical advice for meeting the duty to preserve when litigation is reasonably anticipated. Read full article here.

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