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Litigation Management
May 28, 2024

A Comprehensive Guide to Trial Preparation | Casefleet

Thorough trial preparation is a cornerstone of legal success. In the intricate world of litigation, every detail matters, and meticulous planning can make the difference between winning and losing a case. This guide delves into the complexities of...

Litigation Management
May 23, 2024

How to Redact PDFs: A Comprehensive Guide

In today's digital age, the importance of protecting sensitive information cannot be overstated. Whether you're dealing with legal documents, medical records, or confidential business reports, ensuring that sensitive data remains private is crucial....

Litigation Management
November 15, 2023

Solving Legal Document Challenges: CaseFleet's OCR Technology Evolves

In legal proceedings, every word can carry significant weight. As legal professionals increasingly rely on digital documents for case preparation, discovery, and evidence presentation, the ability of Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to...

Litigation Management
April 26, 2023

How to Organize Deposition Notes

Depositions are a critical part of the legal process. They offer an opportunity to gather important information and evidence that can be used to prepare for the next stages of a case. However, the process of organizing and analyzing the information...

Litigation Management
March 31, 2023

The Benefits and Pain Points of Collaborating on Cases

Collaborating with colleagues on cases is becoming increasingly important in today's legal environment. Whether you are working on a complex litigation matter or a routine transaction, teamwork can provide valuable insights, improved efficiency, and...

Litigation Management
April 09, 2019

What Happens When a 30(b)(6) Deponent is Not the Person Most Knowledgeable?

Parties can subpoena corporate entities to produce a witness for deposition who can testify “about information known or reasonably available to the organization” pursuant to Fed. R. Civ. P. 30(b)(6). This witness is commonly known as the “Person...

Litigation Management
October 02, 2018

Strategies to Prove Damages for Lost Profits

Lawyers have to answer a very basic question in preparing a case for trial: How can we prove damages? In a patent case with a discovery dispute over lost-profit damages, the ultimate question was what damages were “adequate to compensate for the...

Litigation Management
September 07, 2018

Organizing Evidence for Court, With a Look at Video Game Cases

Video games have been a way of life since the first computers, from the basic games of the 1950s to Pac-Man Fever of the 1980s. The 21st Century has a new level of game play, with far more complicated games that were ever envisioned in the days of...

Litigation Management
August 08, 2018

Designating Privileged and Work Product Materials

Electronically Stored Information (ESI) is far more than communications sent between parties; a party’s investigators can also create ESI. In a lawsuit brought by PETA against at a zoo for the treatment of animals under the Endangered Species Act,...

Litigation Management
May 14, 2018

Weighing the Benefits of Settling Your Case Out of Court

The vast majority of civil cases never go to trial. Some are dismissed because the pleadings are deficient and others are closed at a later stage, but many are settled. A settlement can feel like a win or a loss, depending on the figure. If the...