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  • Four Critical Components in Scheduling International Deposition Locations
    Posted by Planet Depos on June 21, 2017 at 5:30 pm

    By Suzanne Quinson One of the hurdles to tackle when planning for international depositions is the search for the right location. For someone scheduling their first deposition in Tampere, for example, this can be a bit like chasing a shadow ...Continue Reading The post Four Critical Components in Scheduling International Deposition Locations appeared first on . […]

  • International Depositions: Should I Stay or Should I Go?
    Posted by Planet Depos on June 19, 2017 at 5:00 pm

    By Katelin Myers Should I stay or should I go?  Not only is this a catchy 1980s hit single, but it’s also a common question from attorneys and paralegals when planning depositions abroad. With the advancement of video streaming technology, ...Continue Reading The post International Depositions: Should I Stay or Should I Go? appeared first on . […]

  • Discovery and Depositions in Germany (Updated 2017)
    Posted by Planet Depos on June 14, 2017 at 7:15 pm

    Updated by Neal Price Although Germany is a party to The Hague Convention on the Taking of Evidence Abroad in Civil and Commercial Matters, the German Ministry of Justice has placed certain restrictions regarding how voluntary depositions of German citizens ...Continue Reading The post Discovery and Depositions in Germany (Updated 2017) appeared first on . […]

  • Top Tips for International Travel: Passport Edition
    Posted by Planet Depos on June 7, 2017 at 5:00 pm

    By Katelin Myers When it comes to adventuring abroad, it can be a stressful experience for anyone – whether you are a first-time traveler or a seasoned jet setter. With the increase in airport security measures, documentation requirements, and passport ...Continue Reading The post Top Tips for International Travel: Passport Edition appeared first on . […]

  • Mission Impossible: Date Blocked in Japan
    Posted by Planet Depos on May 31, 2017 at 5:00 pm

    By Katelin Myers The seemingly impossible has happened – you finally land the perfect dates to take your Japanese depositions! The deponents are available, there are no disputes with any of the parties, and you even found a direct, economical ...Continue Reading The post Mission Impossible: Date Blocked in Japan appeared first on . […]

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      • Ivanka Trump To Be Deposed In Italian Shoe Trade Dress Suit
        Posted on June 23, 2017 at 9:37 pm

        Ivanka Trump must sit for a deposition in a dispute with an Italian shoe company accusing her brand of copying its design for a high-heeled suede sandal, a New York federal judge said Friday. […]

      • Reading The Tea Leaves In Gorsuch's First Dissent
        Posted on June 23, 2017 at 9:11 pm

        Now that he’s penned his first dissent, will Justice Neil Gorsuch follow in the footsteps of avid dissent writers like Justice Clarence Thomas, or will he be more reluctant to call out the majority? Here, we look at the first dissent by each sitting U.S. Supreme Court justice. […]

      • Dentons Ex-Associate Charged With Trying To Extort Partners
        Posted on June 23, 2017 at 7:47 pm

        A former litigation associate at Dentons was arrested at the firm’s Los Angeles office Thursday on an extortion charge, accused of threatening to release confidential and sensitive materials taken from a superior's email account unless the firm paid him $210,000 and let him take home a piece of art. […]

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      • Anthem To Pay Record $115 Million To Settle Data Breach Lawsuit
        Posted by ERIN DIETSCHE - MEDCITY NEWS on June 24, 2017 at 12:10 am

        If approved, this will be the biggest data breach settlement in history. […]

      • Not All Trial Lawyers Can Handle All Kinds Of Trials
        Posted by John G. Balestriere on June 23, 2017 at 10:42 pm

        Make the right choices in what you handle to develop the career that is right for you. […]

      • Non-Sequiturs: 06.23.17
        Posted by Elie Mystal on June 23, 2017 at 10:11 pm

        * An off-duty African-American police officer responded to gunfire heard from his apartment by grabbing his service weapon and heading out to assist his fellow officers. How do you think this blurb is going to end? If you answered "I don't have enough facts yet to know the outcome," you are an idiot or a child. If you answered "the white officers shot him," you are right, of course. If you answered, "the white officers detained him, realized their mistake, released him, and then a late arriving officer shot him, and the police lied about it for a day until a newspaper reported out the story," then you somehow knew that this went down in St. Louis. [New York Daily News] * The Fifth Circuit lifted a ban on a bill that will allow Mississippi to discriminate against the gay community. Story time: I saw this story in Morning Docket, and just now tried to Google it for comment in this column. I couldn't remember the exact details, so I just typed in "Mississippi gay bashing bill." Couldn't find what I was looking for. I thought a little and then tried "Mississippi religious freedom law," boom, Google gave me all the links. Here's the thing: I refuse to use the language of the oppressors. This bill is not about religious freedom, it's about gay bashing. I'm going to call it as such, I'm going to tag it as such, and I hope others will join me in reserving "religious freedom" for worshipers while telling bigots exactly what they are. [USA Today] * Undercover police officer handcuffs three teenagers on the National Mall for... selling water without a permit. The kids were black, of course. At this point, I'm pretty sure a police officer could be dying of thirst and I could have an entire river sloshing around in my backpack and I wouldn't tip it out so that the officer could lick the water off of my foot. BECAUSE IF I REACHED FOR THE WATER THE DESICCATED OFFICER WOULD STILL SHOOT ME AND SAY HE THOUGHT I WAS GOING FOR A GUN. [U.S. News] * Recipients of the prestigious Rangel and Pickering fellowships, aimed at helping minority applicants get started at the State Department, have been told by Trump's State Department that only temporary, non-career positions are available to them this year. I think I'm okay with that, insofar as I don't want any foreigner thinking that non-white Americans have a lot to do with this embarrassment of a country. We just work here. [Independent] * I've got to do some plugs in a second, so my editorial sense tells me I should link to something funny to lighten the mood. Here's a story about a world-famous comedian who will be touring America, town-hall style, to raise awareness about sexual assault. [NPR] * Join David Lat for a happy hour -- and Supreme Court talk -- in Minneapolis on Monday. [Federalist Society Events] * I was on the Brian Lehrer Show again, this time with Kai Wright, and I broke down like seven Supreme Court cases in half an hour, including basically wetting myself when they let me lead with REAL PROPERTY in the form of the Murr v. Wisconsin decision. [Brian Lehrer Show] * Time to check in with the Alt-Right. Breitbart has an explosive report claiming that Trump officials are quietly instructing schools to call boys and girls the pronouns of their choice. "Education Officials Quietly Push Transgender Ideology Onto Schools." It's their second most commented on story, behind a Nancy Pelosi hit job. "The deplorables didn't vote for this LGBTQLMFAO nonsense. Trump wasn't elected to continue ovomits LGBTQLMFAO PCBS legacy, Trump was elected to End it." Calling schoolchildren something that makes them feel comfortable and accepted = "Ovomits LGBTQLMFAO PCBS legacy." I will never give in to these people, and I don't care how many pollsters, spinsters, or allies tell me I have to in order to "win". [Breitbart […]