WASHINGTON DC: Honeywell International continues in its legal battle against the US Justice Department for allegedly selling defective body armor to law enforcement and military agencies. Honeywell is now pushing for sanctions against the DOJ on a case which began in 2008, accusing the Deptarment of failed litigation holds for their continued lawsuit.
Honeywell has been [...]
How did Thanksgiving Day end up being the fourth Thursday of November? Like most everything in America, it was a big debate. The first national day of Thanksgiving, deemed a “Day of Publick Thanksgivin,’” was proclaimed by George Washington in 1789 at the request of the Federal Congress. The next seventy-four Thanksgivings fell on whatever [...]
On November 18th the International Trade Commission’s (ITC) recent publication, Notice of Final Rulemaking will come into effect. The publication includes amendments to the original document created specifically to gain more information from filed public issue complaints with the ITC.
According the document’s initial summary report, these amendments were created to help the ITC identify investigations [...]
The New York State Bar Association (NYSBA) published their “Best Practices in eDiscovery in New York State and Federal Courts” this week in hopes to influence some sort of standardization in eDiscovery collection and preservation. It is no secret that those involved in eDiscovery, from counsel to vendors, have been searching for a universal document [...]