Elizabeth Karnezos

Elizabeth Karnezos

McNees Wallace & Nurick LLC

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When are “No-Contest” Clauses Enforceable?

We are often asked about in terrorem clauses or “no-contest” clauses in wills or trusts. Can they be enforced? Under what conditions? Can a contesting party really lose everything? Does a contesting party put anyone else’s...more

7/24/2013 - Enforcement Estate Planning Family Members No Contest Clause Trusts Wills

Responsibilities to Preserve Data for Litigation

If you are involved in litigation, you have a duty to preserve all documents and data that could be relevant to the litigation. The duty to preserve evidence begins as soon as litigation is “reasonably anticipated.” That...more

4/15/2013 - Document Requests Document Retention Policies Electronically Stored Information Litigation Hold Record Preservation

Litigation News -- April 2013

As a plaintiff, you often roam a long and weary road before you achieve your ultimate litigation goal: a judgment against a defendant. Now that you have your prize, what do you do with it? With any luck, the defendant...more

4/11/2013 - Debtors Electronically Stored Information Enforcement Actions Garnishment Record Preservation Writ of Execution

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