Legal Advice for Communications — 201 results
Written by attorney Jonathan Marashlian, over 3 years ago.
activities at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) should be cause for
concern to companies that provide enhanced platform, virtual office, and other
enhanced services.... more
Written by attorney David Ganje, almost 4 years ago.
Employer access to employee text
message and social networking communications is both a new and controversial
issue challenging todays Courts. What
most dont realize is that the in City... more
Written by attorney Christopher Corpus, over 3 years ago.
Complex litigation regularly results in the need to retain expert witnesses. An attorneys dealings with an expert were complicated by the fact that any and all communications with an expert... more
Written by attorney Ross Meltzer, almost 3 years ago.
Sharing information with your attorney is important and requires preparation and thought.
Written by attorney Jason Cerbone, almost 4 years ago.
I learned this at the
conference: DUI Communicating Your Way to an Acquittal, presented by the
National College of DUI Defense and the National Association of Criminal
Defense Lawyers at... more
Written by attorney Jessica Towne, almost 3 years ago.
It can be difficult for a client to know whether his or her lawyer is performing well or not. Sometimes even the best of lawyers doesn't achieve the desired result due to difficult facts, a... more
Written by attorney Kristen Holstrom, almost 3 years ago.
Temporary spousal support, most of the time, is ordered by the court. When the couple is communicating with each other, they may agree on an amount shortly after separation. The court... more
Written by attorney Carlos McDade, almost 3 years ago.
It seems everyone communicates by email these days, even many government agencies. Many people do not give it a second thought when they receive an email from the IRS stating that the... more
Written by attorney John McEntire, over 4 years ago.
Facts Lawyers consistently screw up on this point. The attorney-client privilege extends only to communications and not to facts underlying communications. Here is a perfectly legitimate... more
Written by attorney Beth Lincow Cole, almost 4 years ago.
Are employers permitted to read
employee email and text communications performed at the workplace? What
if employees use personal email accounts? What about text messages