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2009 Articles

On Bank Litigation–E-discovery (Part 2): The Litigation Hold Process

Stan Gibson’s timely series on Litigation Readiness and Electronic Discovery continues with an explanation of the vital “Litigation Hold” process, what it is and how it is implemented. Stan is co-chair of JMBM’s E-Discovery Group, and at my request, is sharing his wealth of knowledge with our readers in a four-segment series. Members of the […]

On Bank Litigation–E-discovery (Part 1): Record Retention and Compliance

E-discovery, or electronic discovery, has come to California’s court system. Given our litigious society, there is a good chance that your bank or financial institution will soon be responding to requests for e-discovery. Litigation is never the process of choice, but as all workout professionals know, there are times when the only way to collect […]

4Hoteliers.com: Occupancy tax update on internet hotel booking: More lawsuits against Expedia and online travel companies (OTCs) over "lost" bed taxes — Why hotels should care about the transient occupancy tax (TOT) battle

Jim Butler’s blog article, "Occupancy tax update on internet hotel booking: More lawsuits against Expedia and online travel companies (OTCs) over "lost" bed taxes — Why hotels should care about the transient occupancy tax (TOT) battle," appeared in 4Hoteliers.com, ehotelier.com, Hotel Resource and Hotel Online.

PLI: Electronic Discovery Guidance 2009: What Corporate and Outside Counsel Need to Know

Michael Gold’s article "Efficient E-Discovery for the Smaller Case," which was published in the course handbook for the recent PLI program, Electronic Discovery Guidance 2009: What Corporate and Outside Counsel Need to Know, was republished in PLI’s November 5 All-Star Briefing newsletter. Efficient E-Discovery for the Smaller Case PLI: Electronic Discovery has presented both cost […]