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Michigan’s New Civil Discovery Rule Changes

At the start of the new year the Michigan Supreme Court released a comprehensive and revised set of civil discovery rules. Created by the State Bar of Michigan’s Civil Discovery Court Rule Committee, the changes offer a significant change in structure that is more closely tied to today’s legal environment.

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List of State Bar Associations with Links

Here is a comprehensive list of each State Bar Association and their respective website. Each state chapter listed below is part of the greater whole of the American Bar Association (ABA), one of the nations largest professional organizations and lawyer accreditation issuing agencies.

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DOJ Revises Guidance On Corporate Compliance Programs: June 2020

On June 1, 2020, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) Criminal Division revised and published an updated version of their guidance on “Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs”. Originally put into place a little over a year ago in April of 2019, the corporate compliance program document was intended to act as a resource for white-collar…

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Insights & Developments: Data Breach Investigations Report 2020

Verizon has released their annual 2020 Data Breach Investigations Report, which is a wealth of information accumulating over 100 pages. Even with the deep content of the data breach investigations report there are some valuable underlying messages that are worth highlighting. What you need to know: 86% of data breaches for financial gain – up…

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Email Threading & Suppression: The Basics

Email threading when utilized correctly can not only dramatically save you time and cut costs. Threading also allows you to scale your process through giving you access to information that is relevant to you without having to search endless data. An email thread is a group of several emails all linked through one origin email,…

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Who is the Copyright Owner When A Photo is Uploaded to Instagram

In a recent decision, NY courts ruled in favor of a large media company accused of copyright infringement after the company embedded a users Instagram picture in a article on their website after failing to get consent. It is common knowledge that when if you engage in a social media platform you are giving up a certain level of privacy and information security. But where is the line drawn, many don’t know what extent they’re coverage truly reaches.

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