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August 2021

In Theroux v. Resnicow, 2021 NY Slip Op 50622(U) (Sup Ct, New York County 2021), the Supreme Court, New York County held that a defendant-attorney cannot withhold emails he exchanged with colleagues at his firm about the litigation he is party to, as the communications do not fall within the... Read more →


The international pandemic caused by the COVID-19 virus has no doubt brought enormous changes, including speeding up the already rapid implementation of technology to the way law firms conduct their practices. Now more than ever, the consequences of data security have become increasingly important given how remote work, digital communications... Read more →


In the past decade, texting has become a dominant form of communication between friends and family members. While similar to email correspondence, texting is different. Texting is more convenient, quicker and less formal than email correspondence. In texts, words are often shortened with poor grammar, sentences are not complete and... Read more →