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Judge Orders PG&E Directors to Visit Town Destroyed by Wildfire

A federal judge directed the utility’s board to visit Paradise, Calif., to see the devastation from a fire the company has said was likely started by its equipment. Read more detail on Recent Business Law posts –

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When might you be required to preserve certain ESI beyond your routine record retention policy? When that ESI is the subject of pending litigation and a court determines that ESI is in danger of being destroyed pursuant to your policy.

Author: Sarah E. Hsu WilburCase Citation: Houston v. Coveny, No. 14-cv-6609, 2017 WL 972124 (W.D.N.Y. Mar. 3, 2017)Employee/Personnel/Employer implicated: Department of Corrections and Community Supervision (DOCCS)eLesson Learned: A court can order an entity to suspend its routine record retention policy … Continue reading

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Obama’s Legacy Has Already Been Destroyed

In economic policy, Obama’s slow winnowing of the deficit even in times of sluggish growth has been completely reversed. We too easily forget that the biggest accomplishment of Trump’s term in office so far — a massive increase in debt … Continue reading

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How Conservatives Are Being Destroyed by Facebook, Twitter and Google Without Even Realizing It – John Hawkins

Today, as you read this, my website Right Wing News is shutting down operations. It has been around since 2001, but became massive a few years ago because of Facebook. Remember the mainstream media liberals going out of their minds because … Continue reading

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Checklist for Replacing Destroyed Documents After a Disaster

When a client’s home has been destroyed by a fire or other disaster, the loss can be overwhelming. Although there will be much to replace, they may not think of the important documents and records. Here’s a handy checklist to … Continue reading

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