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When You Want the Best Car Accident Attorney

by Howard Ankin on

The number of automobile accidents and the rates of injuries and fatalities are on the rise throughout the country. When a driver, passenger, or pedestrian are involved in an automobile accident, it is important to retain a...more

Colombia to the Rescue! Deposing Witnesses in South America

by Planet Depos, LLC on

In the vast continent that is South America, three giants pose a problem when it comes to depositions: Brazil, Venezuela, and Ecuador. None of these countries permits depositions. Something else this trio has in common? ...more

Taking Depositions in Mexico

by Planet Depos, LLC on

If you find yourself needing to take a deposition in Mexico, you’re in luck! There are no Hague Evidence Convention restrictions regardless of the nationality of the witness. What’s more, you can hold the deposition in any...more

When does a disagreement become a dispute?

by Hogan Lovells on

Large construction projects provide significant scope for disputes of various types to arise between contractors and employers. An essential aspect to resolving the parties' disagreements, both in the course of executing the...more

Top 5 iPad Apps for the Legal Professional

by Planet Depos, LLC on

Your iPad can be used for much more than FaceTime and Netflix. Planet Depos has put together a list of the top five iPad apps for the legal professional. These apps will help make your life easier, and make your iPad as...more

The Air of Preservation Is Now Filled With “Specific” Arguments

by Carlton Fields on

To win, trial lawyers must master the art of persuasion. But when they lose, they are tested by their mastery of the art of preservation. As standards of review in appellate courts have become increasingly demanding,...more

The 4 Most Challenging Countries for Depositions (And Solutions!)

by Planet Depos, LLC on

Taking an international deposition can be a difficult task all on its own, but add The Hague Evidence Convention regulations, and there is a whole new challenge to behold! However, with this quick guide, it won’t be all that...more

Arbitration 101: Why and How to Keep Your Company Out of Court

“Arbitration makes a lot of sense”, Charles Allen states. A general commercial disputes lawyer and currently a partner at Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe in Hong Kong, he practices across a wide range of different...more

Expert evidence: is it needed, when will the court allow it and the importance of staying engaged throughout the proceedings

by Dentons on

Welcome to our latest review of expert evidence decisions with a UK construction flavour. The overriding objective of the Civil Procedure Rules (CPR) is to ensure the court deals with cases justly and at proportionate...more

Eight Safety Tips for International Travel

by Planet Depos, LLC on

International travel can be a harrowing experience – long flights, multiple layovers, luggage issues, language barriers, and the like are enough to rattle even seasoned travelers. Another genuine concern is safety when...more

Employer successfully fights EEOC subpoena

by McAfee & Taft on

Any employer that has gone through an Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) investigation knows one thing is certain: you will have to provide mountains of documents. Normally, the EEOC will informally request...more

Florida Supreme Court To Consider Rule Change Allowing Immediate Review Of Orders On Settlement Agreements

The Florida Bar Appellate Rules Committee has proposed to the Florida Supreme Court an amendment to the appellate rules that would allow immediate appeals of orders that determine if, “as a matter of law, a settlement...more

Why Should Class Action Matter to You?

According to a bill pending in the House of representatives, class actions are bad for you and multi-district litigation is not your friend. HR 985 is an example of our legislators acting out of complete ignorance or an...more

Missouri Adopts Daubert Standard Governing the Admissibility of Expert Opinion Evidence

by Polsinelli on

On March 28, 2017, Missouri Governor Eric Greitens signed House Bill 153 into law, repealing Section 490.065 RSMo governing the admissibility of expert witness opinion testimony and replacing it with provisions mirroring the...more

The Top Five Reasons to Have Separate Appellate Counsel

An appeal is neither a chance to retry a case nor a time to develop new legal theories. A successful appeal depends on careful planning and extensive knowledge of the appellate process, as well as a meritorious legal...more

Fifth DCA Reaffirms Protections Against Surprise Tactics at Trial

by Rumberger Kirk & Caldwell on

This past January, Florida’s Fifth District Court of Appeal found that a trial court had committed reversible error by allowing a party to argue and present previously undisclosed expert testimony and evidence to the jury at...more

KCAB Celebrates Its Golden Jubliee with Expansion to Los Angeles

by Planet Depos, LLC on

For court reporters, especially those working internationally, no two days are ever the same. We could be working on anything from an arbitration about plastic surgery, a court case about corruption, a deposition about...more

Litigating Against a Former Employer for Additional Compensation

At the end of an employment relationship, a former employee may assert that he or she is entitled to additional compensation from a former employer. This could be, for example, in the form of bonus, commissions, or profit...more

Depositions in China…and Disneyland? (Updated 2017)

by Planet Depos, LLC on

At Planet Depos, we often receive inquiries from clients regarding depositions in China. While China is indeed a member of the Hague Evidence Convention, depositions are not permitted there....more

Taking Depositions in Suwon, South Korea (Updated)

by Planet Depos, LLC on

When taking depositions in South Korea, naturally, the first city that comes to mind will likely be Seoul. Why not? I mean, it is the capital of the Republic of Korea after all. It’s the most populous city in the entire...more

Becoming the Target of an Antitrust Lawsuit: Essential Considerations

by Polsinelli on

Becoming the target of an antitrust lawsuit is a daunting prospect for any business. Antitrust lawsuits are often time-consuming and expensive to defend, and the consequences of losing a case can be severe. Under the Sherman...more

[Webinar] Best Patent Practices in a Transforming Environment | Part II: Evolving Strategies for Patent Enforcement and Licensing...

by Robins Kaplan LLP on

Today’s patent practice is rapidly transforming. The practice is undergoing sea changes in patent eligibility, enforcement strategies, and damages. Now more than ever, innovative companies need to adopt best practices to...more

Make Your Amicus Briefs Count

by Carlton Fields on

When considering whether an amicus brief may benefit your case, it pays to remember that the Latin term amicus curiae, after which amicus briefs are named, means “friend of the court.” An amicus brief that actually helps the...more

[Webinar] Willful Patent Infringement in Today’s World of Medical Devices: Opinions of Counsel and Operating in a State of Flux -...

As courts apply the Supreme Court’s direction on willful infringement, U.S. companies have guideposts to look to on the bounds in which they can operate. For in-house counsel with a budget, obtaining an opinion letter for...more

The law of personal jurisdiction: A game changer for foreign banks involved in litigation in the U.S.

by Hogan Lovells on

Hogan Lovells partner Marc Gottridge is the co-head of our global financial services litigation practice. He represents some of the world's leading banks in major class actions, investigations, and commercial litigation in...more

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