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Helpful e-Discovery Tips

TASA ID: 4285

Throughout the years I have been asked my advice on what to do and what not to do when it comes to e-Discovery matters. It was only recently on social media that I decided to post some of the advice that I had given out to many. By no means is this an extensive list; however, these tips will help with general inquiries you may have, especially when it comes to cases.

Using e-Discovery Technology to Avoid Inadvertent Disclosure

TASA ID: 4285

There have been many articles written on the topic of inadvertent disclosure of privileged information  in litigation, but in Legal Support Partners (LSP) and TASA’s practice of providing e-Discovery services, there are still mistakes being made in how technology is used (or not) in the identification of privileged documents in electronically stored information (ESI). For this reason, it might be helpful to describe some of the e-Discovery tools that can be leveraged to identify privileged communication within a company’s ESI collection to reduce the risk of inadvertent disclosure . . .

Pros and Cons from a Mortgage Professional: Should You Make an “All Cash” Offer

TASA ID: 4349

Let’s say you’ve started looking for a home. At some point, your realtor may say, “If you really want the house, you should make an all cash offer!” What does that mean – you come to the closing with a giant stack of bills? You tap the trust fund and write a big check? No – it means you waive your mortgage contingency.

Survey Research to Support Litigation (third edition)

TASA ID: 2383

Survey research is used to provide greater levels of understanding in a wide variety of disputes. Issues such as consumer confusion, misleading advertising claims, disparagement, copyright infringement and trademark disputes can be better assessed as a result of developing and executing survey research. The purpose of this monograph is to aid attorneys in understanding what research standards and guidelines might be relied upon in their use of survey research.

The Less Lethal Option for American Policing: Exploring Less Lethal Use of Force

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TASA ID: 3454

One of the most controversial policies regularly questioned in the public domain is police use of force.  Through the news media, we are regularly apprised of situations in which police are alleged to have used excessive force during the apprehension of a suspect or an incident in which a suspect was killed as a result of police action.  This essay is an attempt to enlighten the reader on various issues regarding police use of force and some of the choices police officers may face in which there is no desirable outcome but the use of force to preserve life.
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