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Federal Courts Lack Inherent Authority to Punish Discovery Misconduct

by Pepper Hamilton LLP on

Federal courts have broad authority to manage discovery, but when it comes to punishing litigants for discovery violations, their inherent authority is limited by rule and now Supreme Court precedent. Recently, the U.S....more

Supreme Court says lawyer's referral of client to a doctor for treatment is attorney-client privileged communication, and out of...

The Florida Supreme Court declared that the attorney-client privilege shielded a motor vehicle accident plaintiff from being required to disclose that her attorney had referred her to a doctor for treatment. In Worley v....more

Compelled Vocational Examinations of Injured Plaintiffs are Not Permitted in California

by Selman Breitman LLP on

Defendants litigating against personal injury claims in California cannot compel injured plaintiffs to submit to a vocational rehabilitation examination—even if the plaintiff has retained his or her own vocational expert to...more

Injured in a Car Accident? Watch What You Post on Social Media

In 2016, it has become normal to post details about even the smallest details of your life on social media for many to see. A review of an average Facebook feed may include pictures of someone’s breakfast, lunch, and dinner,...more

The Failure to Issue a Legal Hold Can Cause a Case to Crash and Burn

by Zapproved Inc. on

Bruner v. Am. Honda Motor Co., No. 1:15-00499-N, 2016 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 62810 (S.D. Ala. May 12, 2016). Where a defendant had never initiated a legal hold and had been continuously deleting e-mails since litigation began,...more

How an Injury Attorney in Chicago Proves Negligence

by Howard Ankin on

When someone sustains an injury or loses a loved one because of the negligent actions of another, an injury attorney in Chicago can help establish legal liability. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety reports that...more

General Liability Alert: Discovery Responses Denying Requests for Admission are Generally Inadmissible at Trial

In Gonsalves v. Li, Case No. A140284, the First Appellate District of the California Court of Appeal held that denials of Requests for Admission are not admissible in cases where a party's litigation conduct is not directly...more

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