Tag Archives: Emails

How to Trace Emails Back to Their Source IP Address

MakeUseOf.com: “The first thing you do when you hear that email notification is check the sender, right? It is the quickest way to figure out who the email is from, as well as the likely content. But did you know … Continue reading

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DISPATCHES FROM DEEP WITHIN THE TENTACLES OF THE MSM: Kurt Eichenwald Emails Ben Shapiro . . . And I…

DISPATCHES FROM DEEP WITHIN THE TENTACLES OF THE MSM: Kurt Eichenwald Emails Ben Shapiro . . . And It’s Wild. And it gets worse: Here Are The Direct Messages Between Parkland Student Kyle Kashuv And Eichenwald. As Benny Johnson of … Continue reading

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Ask the Hiring Attorney: Do I respond to informational emails from the partner?

Q: I’ve just started my internship at a law firm. The partner in charge of the deal sends out emails to the entire deal team. He’s started to include me. Most of the emails concern the status of the deal; … Continue reading

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Emails – Oil Was Central in Decision to Shrink Bears Ears Monument

The New York Times: “Even before President Trump officially opened his high-profile review last spring of federal lands protected as national monuments, the Department of Interior was focused on the potential for oil and gas exploration at a protected Utah … Continue reading

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Lawyers receiving unsolicited e-mails from prospective clients via website must hold information rec

In the absence of an effective disclaimer, a lawyer who receives unsolicited information from a prospective client through an e-mail link on a law firm website must hold the information in confidence, even if the lawyer declines the representation.  Massachusetts … Continue reading

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