Leor Exploration v. Aguiar, 2010 WL 3782195 (S.D. Fla. September 28, 2010) Plaintiffs claimed that defendant hacked into one of the plaintiffs’ email accounts during the litigation to get an advantage in the case. The court entered severe sanctions against defendant for doing this — it struck his answer. In litigation, that is like declaring … [Read more…]
The New Jersey supreme court has held that emails an employee sent to her lawyer using her company-issued computer and a personal Yahoo account are protected by the attorney-client privilege. Stengart v. Loving Care Agency, Inc., — A.2d —, 2010 WL 1189458 (N.J. March 30, 2010) The New Jersey courts have a reputation of being … [Read more…]
CNet News has a report on the decision here. Download the court’s order here. Columbia Pictures v. Bunnell, No. 06-1093, (C.D. Cal., December 13, 2007).