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Private Investigators Can Win Your Case by Providing Attorney Work Product

Private Investigators can help your attorney win your case by interviewing witnesses, obtaining statements and developing other helpful evidence, which cannot be discovered by the other side. But there is a catch. A private investigator can gather evidence and provide that critical advantage allowing you to prevail in your case. A good attorney can use…

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Private Investigator Evidence Only Protected If In Anticipation of Litigation

UNITED STATES SEPTEMBER 7, 2015 : In order to meet the criteria of attorney work product, a document must be “prepared in anticipation of litigation”. This means that the evidence developed by the investigator is not protected from discovery by the other side until an actual dispute or claim has arisen. Attorney-client privilege and work…

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New Court Ruling Paves the Way for Businesses to be Sued for Failure to Protect Information

Washington, D.C. UNITED STATES August 25, 2015 Elise Viebeck, writing in Powerpost for the Washington Post, reports that the Third Circuit Court of Appeals just made it easier for the government to sue business who have been hacked for failure to provide adequate security for their customers and brokers. The ruling clarifies the [Federal Trade…

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Scams and Extortions Result From The Ashley Madison Hack

Toronto Canada, August 24, 2015: “The Ashley Madison hack, which exposed email and other personal information of thousands of the adultery service’s users, is leading to a range of online fraud” writes Amiee Picchi for Moneywatch of CBS news. Consumers should be on guard against a number of scams, said Bryce Evans, acting staff superintendent…

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Destroy or Not? Frozen Embryos at Center of California Divorce War

San Francisco, California, UNITED STATES Stephen Findley and Mimi Lee had big plans when they wed… He was a Harvard-educated executive at a Bay Area global wealth management firm, worth millions. She studied piano at Julliard, earned degrees from Harvard and became a doctor specializing in neuroscience. However, on the eve of their September 2010…

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Passenger who urged driver to speed up may be liable for resulting death

Riverside, California, UNITED STATES June 23, 2015: A California Court of Appeals panel has held that a passenger who urged a driver to drive so fast the vehicle became airborne could potentially be held liable for injuries suffered by a pedestrian when the driver lost control of his car. Navarette v. Meyer, Fourth Distr. Ct….

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Investigation continues into 12 deaths due to Berkeley balcony collapse

Berkeley, California, UNITED STATES June 22, 2015: Authorities have turned to helping victims and families, and investigation the cause, after a balcony collapsed last week killing six people in Berkeley. The three men and three women killed were all current or recent college students; all but one were Irish nationals in Berkeley for summer studies….

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Proposed legislation would limit police investigations for murder, drug sales, and child sex crimes

Fresno, California, UNITED STATES, June 5, 2015: Proposed new state laws would build new hurdles for police agencies investigating murder, big drug sales and child sex crimes. e state Senate on Wednesday approved a bill that would require law enforcement in California to obtain a search warrant or wiretap order before searching a person’s smartphone,…

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