In This Issue:
- Subpoenas: What Are They and What Do You Do If You or Your Business Receives One?
- Sequestration and the Continuing Resolution’s Effect on Government Contracting
- New I-9 Creates Risk for Employers
- Excerpt from Subpoenas: What Are They and What Do You Do If You or Your Business Receives One?
What is a “Subpoena”?
A subpoena is a formal document commanding a person or an entity to either appear at a location and give testimony (a witness subpoena) or to produce documents identified within the subpoena (a subpoena duces tecum). A subpoena is issued in relation to an ongoing litigation matter and most often sent by an attorney. The court may also issue a subpoena in certain circumstances, most often when the person does not have legal representation. Subpoenas can be issued in both civil and criminal matters; however, this article only addresses civil matters.
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Topics: Compliance, Employer Liability Issues, I-9, Sequestration, Subpoenas, Termination
Published In: Civil Procedure Updates, General Business Updates, Government Contracting Updates, Immigration Updates, Labor & Employment Updates
DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.
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