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EOIR Reports Progress on Computer System Failure

As previously reported, at midnight on April 12, 2014, the Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) experienced a catastrophic hardware failure that rendered inaccessible many of its applications. As a result, many...more

POOF! My Data is Gone...Or Is It?

With our ever-increasing dependence on technology, we are unknowingly taking big risks on a daily basis. Far too often we say, “I can’t be without my phone!” or “My whole life is on this (device)!” But what happens if your...more

Sound, Speed, and Distance - The Second Circuit Allows Use of SVDR Data as Evidence in Maritime Casualty

In a Summary Order dated March 13, 2014, the United States Court of Appeals for Second Circuit affirmed a summary judgment of the Southern District of New York, which ruled in favor of a vessel owner based on data of the...more

“Duty to Preserve” May Include “Duty to Recover”

A company’s duty to preserve electronic evidence may include a duty to recover it if lost, even if the company did not intentionally destroy it, the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia ruled. But the defendant’s...more

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