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Emoji are showing up in court cases exponentially

and courts aren’t prepared – The Verge: “Bay Area prosecutors were trying to prove that a man arrested during a prostitution sting was guilty of pimping charges, and among the evidence was a series of Instagram DMs he’d allegedly sent … Continue reading

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Delaware Court Holds that Creditors Have No Direct Cause of Action Against Directors of Compan

On May 18, 2007, the Supreme Court for the State of Delaware (the "Court") held that a creditor of a corporation that is operating within the zone of insolvency may not bring a direct action against the corporations directors for … Continue reading

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New York Court Discusses Standards for Evaluating the Sufficiency of a Medical Malpractice Expert Report

In many cases, a medical malpractice claim is only a strong as the plaintiff’s expert report. If a plaintiff’s expert cannot adequately prove that a doctor breached the standard of care, it can result in a dismissal of the plaintiff’s … Continue reading

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Cellular Privacy: Supreme Court Rules to Protect Historical Cellphone Location Data

By: Ariana Morello On June 22, 2018 in Carpenter v. United States the United States Supreme Court held that police must have a warrant and show probable cause when retaining cell-site location information (CSLI), which is the information nearby towers … Continue reading

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What factors does a Rhode Island family court judge consider when a parent wants to relocate with a minor child?

Learn the factors Rhode Island Family Court Judges must consider when deciding whether a parent may relocate outside the state with one or more minor children when a parent has joint placement or visitation/parenting rights. Read more detail on Recent … Continue reading

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