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Court Rules that Defendant’s Failure to Timely Object to Subpoena Waives Objections Now: eDiscovery Case Law
In Whatley v. World Fuel Servs. Corp., Florida Magistrate Judge Edwin G. Torres granted Canadian Pacific Railway Company’s and Soo Line Railroad Company’s (“CP”) motion to compel the defendant to comply with a subpoena issued in the United States District Court for the District of North Dakota to produce certain documents in response to CP’s discovery requests related to a train derailment in Québec Canada.
Will Companies’ Insurance Coverage Withstand the Onslaught of COVID-19 Claims?: Cybersecurity Trends
This may come as no surprise to you, but since March, litigation has engulfed many organizations in disputes stemming from the novel coronavirus pandemic. Class action securities litigation, bodily injury lawsuits, and insurance coverage litigation have already made their way to courts nationwide. Will companies’ insurance coverage be able to withstand the expected litigation onslaught of COVID-19?
I’m embarrassed to admit this, but, fairly early in my career, in one of the first projects that I managed, I screwed up. Screwed up royally. How would you handle that situation? Here’s how I handled it.