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Electronic Evidence in Litigation

Posted On : 29 December 2015 By: Charles Vuotto

The procedures for introducing electronic evidence in the course of a domestic violence hearing was recently addressed in a scholarly unpublished opinion by L. R. Jones, J.S.C. in the case of E.C. v. R.H.   Judge Jones noted that the challenges associated with different forms of electronic discovery may at times be significant, but they can read more

Retrieving Electronically Stored Information Incident To Divorce

Posted On : 17 September 2012 By: Charles Vuotto

By Charles F. Vuotto, Jr., Esq. & Joshua A. Freeman, Esq. 2006 The technology revolution has mainstreamed the presence of computers throughout our society.  Computers are used for entertainment, managing finances and communication, having become a standard component of daily life.  When parties decide to divorce, the information stored within said computers is often relevant read more