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Pendleton Judicial Training…

Pendleton Judicial Training Updates

The official repository of the "Minnesota Judicial Training Updates," which provides judicial tips for judges and attorneys.

http://www.PendletonUpdates.com
  • Apr 12

    Criminal Motions for Judgment of Acquittal (15-07)

    Criminal Motions for Judgment of Acquittal (15-07)
    Ten Basic Facts & One Special Rule for Circumstantial Evidence Cases: The Mandatory Two-Step “Al-Naseer/Silvernail” Analysis: Motions for Judgment of Acquittal are made in almost all criminal cases. There are 10 basic facts…
  • Mar 27

    JUDGES’ ON-LINE JURY TRIAL BENCH BOOK (15-06)

    JUDGES’ ON-LINE JURY TRIAL BENCH BOOK (15-06)
    PROFESSOR STEPHEN SIMON: University of Minnesota Law Professor Steve Simon is one of Minnesota judiciary’s most iconic figures. Virtually every Minnesota district court judge has at some point in their judicial career graduated…
  • Mar 11

    Transgender Name Change Petitions: Changing Gender on a Birth Certificate (15-05)

    Transgender Name Change Petitions: Changing Gender on a Birth Certificate (15-05)
    Name Change v. Gender Change: Presiding over a name change petition for an adult is a common occurrence for most judges. As long as certain legal and procedural requirements are met, approving the petition is usually simple and…
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Delaware Trial Practice Blog

Delaware Trial Practice Blog

Covers the Delaware state courts. By Fox Rothschild LLP.

http://delawaretrialpractice.foxrothschild.com/
  • Apr 23

    Alimony Decision Remanded For Determination Of The Date Of Cohabitation

    Alimony Decision Remanded For Determination Of The Date Of Cohabitation
    The case of Sullivan v. Sullivan, Del. Supr. No. 258, 2014, April 21, 2015, raised multiple issues on appeal.  Of particular interest was Mr. Sullivan’s request to receive credit for alimony payments made after Ms. Sullivan began…
  • Apr 15

    2015 Bench and Bar Conference

    2015 Bench and Bar Conference
    The 2015 Bench and Bar Conference will be held in Wilmington on Friday, May 15 at the Chase Center on the Riverfront (a registration form can be found here).  This Conference is an excellent opportunity for practitioners…
  • Apr 9

    Writ Of Garnishment Examined By The Superior Court

    Writ Of Garnishment Examined By The Superior Court
    The issue presented in Mosaica Education, Inc. v. Academy of Dover, Inc. was concise: Is the Office of the Treasurer subject to a writ of garnishment if a State affiliate has a debt owing to a third party?   The Superior Court…
Rank this Week: 4710

Nick Woolridge, Esq. Blog

Nick Woolridge, Esq. Blog

Covers commercial and civil litigation in New York.

http://www.nylitigationfirm.com/blog
Rank this Week: 4771

Prove My Florida Case

Prove My Florida Case

Covers Florida appellate, evidentiary, and trial perspectives and issues. By David M. Adelstein.

http://www.provemyfloridacase.com
Rank this Week: 4772

Hague Child Abduction Practice in…

Hague Child Abduction Practice in the United States

Features cases, pleadings and reference materials. By Christopher F. Meatto.

http://www.hagueabductionpractice.com/
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Trial Lawyer Communication Tips…

Trial Lawyer Communication Tips for EVERYONE!

Shares almost 3 decades of trial lawyer communication tips to help you make an impact, fascinate others, and close deals like the best trial lawyers in the world! By Mitch Jackson.

http://mitchjackson.com
  • Apr 13

    My Interview with Nicole Abboud: “How to Develop a Unique Digital Presence That Knocks People’s Socks Off!”

    My Interview with Nicole Abboud: “How to Develop a Unique Digital Presence That Knocks People’s Socks Off!”
    We've Moved! Update your Reader Now. This feed has moved to: http://mitchjackson.com/feed/ Update your reader now with this changed subscription address to get your latest updates from us.
  • Apr 1

    3 Steps to Make Your Point (via Meerkat)

    3 Steps to Make Your Point (via Meerkat)
    We've Moved! Update your Reader Now. This feed has moved to: http://mitchjackson.com/feed/ Update your reader now with this changed subscription address to get your latest updates from us.
  • Mar 30

    How to Use Meerkat and Periscope to Newsjack

    How to Use Meerkat and Periscope to Newsjack
    We've Moved! Update your Reader Now. This feed has moved to: http://mitchjackson.com/feed/ Update your reader now with this changed subscription address to get your latest updates from us.
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Tennessee Trial Lawyers Blog

Tennessee Trial Lawyers Blog

Covers trials and litigation and criminal, family and injury law. By Freeman & Fuson.

http://www.tennesseetriallawyersblog.com/
  • Jun 11

    For Bonnaroo Goers: Small Infractions Can Lead To Big Charge

    For Bonnaroo Goers: Small Infractions Can Lead To Big Charge
    Every year around this time our firm gets a flood of calls from people who receive criminal charges while on their way to or while leaving Bonnaroo. They have ranged from simple possession and paraphernalia to felony drug charges. …
  • May 2

    New Tennessee Law Criminalizes Drug Abuse During Pregnancy

    New Tennessee Law Criminalizes Drug Abuse During Pregnancy
    On April 29, the Tennessee Legislature passed a bill that will allow a mother to be prosecuted for causing a child to be born addicted or harmed because of her illegal use of narcotics during the pregnancy. The bill will allow a woman to be…
  • Apr 14

    Anchor Down: Tennessee Laws On Boating Under the Influence

    Anchor Down: Tennessee Laws On Boating Under the Influence
    With Summer right around the corner there's no doubt many of you will be looking to hit the waterways. With that in mind, it may be a good time to remind everyone of the drinking and boating laws in Tennessee. Boating under the Influence is…
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The Everlaw Blog

The Everlaw Blog

Comments on law, technology, and eDiscovery.

http://blog.everlaw.com/
  • Apr 24

    Why We Don’t Offer Everlaw Certification

    Why We Don’t Offer Everlaw Certification
    Many ediscovery vendors offer certifications for their platforms, and you often have to be certified before you can start using their software effectively. However, Everlaw has a different outlook: we believe that you shouldn’t have to…
  • Apr 17

    Why Small Firms and Solos Need an Ediscovery Tool

    Why Small Firms and Solos Need an Ediscovery Tool
    When talking with small firm lawyers and solo practitioners at Legaltech New York, I couldn’t help but notice that many are skeptical of using ediscovery tools in their practices. So much so, for several solo practitioners, that they…
  • Apr 10

    Increasing Our Commitment to Open-Source Software

    Increasing Our Commitment to Open-Source Software
    We at Everlaw love open-source software. We build off of open-source tools for our application server, database, search engine, front-end framework, and more. What that means is that we don’t reinvent the wheel each time we write a new…
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The Everlaw Blog

The Everlaw Blog

Covers legal technology used in litigation and eDiscovery, especially on the plaintiff's side.

http://blog.everlaw.com
  • Apr 24

    Why We Don’t Offer Everlaw Certification

    Why We Don’t Offer Everlaw Certification
    Many ediscovery vendors offer certifications for their platforms, and you often have to be certified before you can start using their software effectively. However, Everlaw has a different outlook: we believe that you shouldn’t have to…
  • Apr 17

    Why Small Firms and Solos Need an Ediscovery Tool

    Why Small Firms and Solos Need an Ediscovery Tool
    When talking with small firm lawyers and solo practitioners at Legaltech New York, I couldn’t help but notice that many are skeptical of using ediscovery tools in their practices. So much so, for several solo practitioners, that they…
  • Apr 10

    Increasing Our Commitment to Open-Source Software

    Increasing Our Commitment to Open-Source Software
    We at Everlaw love open-source software. We build off of open-source tools for our application server, database, search engine, front-end framework, and more. What that means is that we don’t reinvent the wheel each time we write a new…
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Percipient E-Discovery Blog

Percipient E-Discovery Blog

A blog about e-discovery, technology and other related matters of interest.

https://percipient.co/blog
  • Apr 20

    Can the Convenience of E-Discovery Beat a Venue Transfer Motion?

    Can the Convenience of E-Discovery Beat a Venue Transfer Motion?
    Smith’s Consumer Products, an Arkansas based company, sued Fortune Products in Dallas for patent infringement. Fortune, which is headquartered near Austin, promptly moved to transfer the case from Dallas to the Western…
  • Apr 13

    Litigation Hold Triggers and the Duty to Preserve Evidence

    Litigation Hold Triggers and the Duty to Preserve Evidence
    For a party to meet its obligation to produce relevant evidence during the discovery phase of litigation, they must first meet their obligation to preserve evidence. Often, one of the first steps taken to preserve evidence is issuing a…
  • Mar 31

    Metadata: Can’t Always Get What You Want, Sometimes You Get What You Need

    Metadata: Can’t Always Get What You Want, Sometimes You Get What You Need
        Are litigants obligated to produce metadata in discovery (information about electronic document file attributes such as type, date of creation, author and the like)? Not always. As explained in Younes v.…
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North Carolina Trusts and Estates…

North Carolina Trusts and Estates Litigation

Covers will, trust, and estate disputes in North Carolina. By Evan Lohr.

https://ncestatelitigation.wordpress.com/
  • Jan 5

    An Interview With North Carolina’s Senior Administrative Law Judge

    An Interview With North Carolina’s Senior Administrative Law Judge
    Following is an interview I conducted recently with North Carolina’s Senior Administrative Law Judge, Fred G. Morrison, Jr., for the Administrative Lawyer newsletter: A Year of Recognition For more than five decades, Fred Gilbert…
  • Dec 1

    Pitfalls to Avoid in Estate Planning

    Pitfalls to Avoid in Estate Planning
    Several online web sites provide forms for people to create their own wills for a fee less than that of hiring a typical attorney.  Earlier this year, a member of the Florida Supreme Court called that approach “penny-wise and…
  • Nov 17

    Undue Influence as a Ground for Will Contests in North Carolina

    Undue Influence as a Ground for Will Contests in North Carolina
    A will caveat is a challenge to the validity of a will that has been submitted for probate. The purpose of a caveat is to determine whether the writing purporting to be a will is in fact the will  of … Continue reading →
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New York Appellate Lawyer Blog

New York Appellate Lawyer Blog

Covers trials and litigation. By The Law Offices of Sanford F. Young, P.C.

http://www.newyorkappellatelawyerblog.com/
  • Nov 24

    New York Courts Continue to Protect Lawyers from Emotional Distress Damages in Legal Malpractice Case

    New York Courts Continue to Protect Lawyers from Emotional Distress Damages in Legal Malpractice Case
    In its recent decision in Dombrowski v. Bulson, 19 N.Y.3d 347 (2012), the New York Court of Appeals recently reiterated the long-established New York court-made rule barring the recovery of damages for emotional distress injuries and other…
  • Nov 11

    Seeking Permission/Leave to Appeal to the New York Court of Appeals Is Fraught with Confusion

    Seeking Permission/Leave to Appeal to the New York Court of Appeals Is Fraught with Confusion
    The New York Constitution and Statutes governing which New York State courts have authority (i.e., jurisdiction) to grant permission to appeal to the Court of Appeals can be confusing and in many cases seemingly illogical. Like the United…
  • Jun 11

    Bonding Your Appeal

    Bonding Your Appeal
    Unlike some jurisdictions, the state courts in New York and New Jersey, as well as the federal courts, do not require a losing party who has a monetary judgment entered against them, to satisfy (pay) the judgment or post an appellate bond to…
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