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    Posted on May 24th, 2017 by

    Previously, this blog discussed the case of Coyne v. Los Alamos National Security, LLC, Case No. 15-00054 (D. N.M., May 1, 2017), in which a former employee of Defendant Los Alamos sued Defendants for wrongful termination.  In the case, Plaintiff alleged that FMLA leave from her job resulted from a co-worker’s assault, and that ultimately she …

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    Posted on April 12th, 2017 by

    In Coyne v. Los Alamos National Security, LLC et. al., Case No. 15-0054 (D. N.M., Mar. 21, 2017), Plaintiff former employee sued Defendant former employer Los Alamos for wrongful termination. Plaintiff alleged that she was assaulted on the job by a coworker and had to take FMLA leave after the assault.  She also alleged that …

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    Posted on March 27th, 2017 by ilsteam

    In Healthwerks, Inc. et. al. v. Stryker Spine, et. al., Case No. 14-93 (E.D. Wisc., Mar. 6, 2017), Plaintiffs sought declaratory judgment regarding two exclusive agency agreements entered into with Defendant Stryker. One month before the scheduled March 2016 trial, Plaintiffs and Third Party Defendants filed a Motion to Compel text messages from Defendant Stryker. According …

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    Posted on February 24th, 2017 by

    Text messages in electronic discovery are more important than ever in almost all civil litigations. Even more so than email, texts tend to be casual and candid in content, and may not be as carefully considered prior to transmission. This quality makes text messages a particularly prime source of potential relevant evidence in many cases …

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    Posted on March 23rd, 2016 by

    In First Financial Security, Inc. v. Lee et. al., Case No. 14-1843 (D. Minn. Mar. 8, 2016), Plaintiff sued Defendants for breach of contract. During discovery, Plaintiff sought communications, including emails and text messages, sent both before and after a critical May 10 meeting. Defendants refused to provide any of the information from after the May 10 …

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