Janice G. Inman
Part One of a Two-Part Article
it is no wonder that those who find themselves on the receiving end of a product liability lawsuit and its attendant bad publicity sometimes fight back. So it was in a recent case, in which a company, publicly accused by a plaintiff's lawyers of using non–FDA-approved medical devices, fought back by bringing a defamation suit against the opposing attorneys.
John L. Tate
Last month, the author described two of his six tips for achieving success with Daubert motions. Here, he concludes with four more.
Brian E. Schrader and Barry Schwartz
The Key to Efficient and Effective Corporate e-Discovery
The best way to create a successful business process is to start by identifying the people who are key to both creating and managing that process, and then bringing those people together to do just that. This is especially true when it comes to disaster recovery, business continuity, data breach detection and response.