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  • A lawyer, according to Black's Law Dictionary, is "a person learned in the law; as an attorney, counsel or solicitor; a person licensed to practice law.
  • the lawyer representing the defendant
  • The attorney representing the accused (defendant).
  • Facts provided or learned about something or someone
  • a message received and understood
  • What is conveyed or represented by a particular arrangement or sequence of things
  • A formal criminal charge lodged with a court or magistrate by a prosecutor without the aid of a grand jury
  • knowledge acquired through study or experience or instruction
  • formal accusation of a crime
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Awake From the E-Discovery Nightmare! Protecting the Attorney Client Privilege In A Bankruptcy Proceeding
Awake From the E-Discovery Nightmare! Protecting the Attorney Client Privilege In A Bankruptcy Proceeding
Covers selected ethics articles by Michael D. Fielding and Jack Seward. Protecting the Attorney-Client Privilege in a Bankruptcy Proceeding: Applicable rules of professional conduct; Key ABA ethics opinions; Attorney-client privilege; Attorney work product privilege; Informal advisory opinions from the Missouri Bar. ARTICLES cover: 1) Bankruptcy and attorney-client in the electronic age. 2) Protecting the attorney-client privilege in a transnational insolvency proceeding. 3) The debtor's digital autopsy or where's the money! 4) Section 727 Denial of Discharge. 5) Good to the last byte. 6) Stop e-mail risk. 7) Solutions for safer e-mail procedures. 8) Forensic technology! Or, if the debtor is hiding e-data, don't you want to know about it? 9) Rejecting e-illiteracy and adopting best practices to protect debtor's confidential information and estate assets. 10) How digital forensics can give you an edge. 11) Protecting yourself against e-illiteracy: Avoid being duped. 12) Debtor's survival in the digital age. 13) FRCP and electronic discovery in bankruptcy. 14) e-Pinned and e-Trapped in technology. 15) Preparation of the law witness for the e-arena. 16) What you need to know about a debtor's leased computers. 17) The debtor's digital reckonings. 18) Empowerment of creditor rights. 19) Is it a capital contribution or a loan and how can electronic data assist in the analysis or defense of a claim for recharacterization? 20) Zero tolerance for commercial bankruptcy fraud. 21) Judge learned hand, please help them to help themselves. 22) Information technology and the practice of bankruptcy law: How to avoid the hazards. 23) Today's bankruptcy litigation calls for greater technological competency understanding electronic data discovery. 24) Failure to encrypt e-mail jeopardizes the privilege and work product doctrine: Protect or perish. 25) Digital/electronic communications. 26) Digital stealth secrets and the act.

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Information Design Piece
Information Design Piece
This infographic shows where 20 countries in the world are directing their purchasing power based on five different categories: Recreation (green), Clothing (blue), Household goods (red), Alcohol (teal) and Electronics (purple). The data is based on how much the average citizen spends on each category in one year. The outer ring show how much money each country is spending on each category. For example, Norway is always the outer most ring because they spent the most in every category. India and Pakistan are always on the smallest ring because they spent the least in each area. The inner ring shows how each individual country ranked each of the categories. For example, the inner most ring is completely purple because every country spent the least amount of money each year on electronics and Brazil is the only country who ranked alcohol as number 1. This information would be most helpful to marketers who are planning to introduce a new product or business to figure out where their potential target markets are located around the world.
Defense Attorney Fed Cohn talks to his client Ezequiel Lopez-Quintero though interpreter Susan Rosas in the Kenosha Courthouse. Lopez-Quintero was sentenced to life without the possibility of parole by Judge Wilburn W. Warren III.

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8 Classic Pursuit Old Time Radio Broadcasts on DVD (over 3 Hours 37 Minutes running time)
This unique old time radio DVD collectible features 8 digitized reels of classic Pursuit radio broadcasts and over 3 Hours 37 Minutes of total running time on 1 DVD. Take a journey back through radio broadcasting history with this large audio library of OTR memorabilia. The golden age of old time radio has been rescued, digitized, and packaged into a gift set that any classic radio lover can appreciate. The DVD opens and plays in a computer DVD drive and the collector can listen to the audio on a MP3 player, DVD/MP3-compatible car stereo, computer, MP3-compatible DVD player, or just compile favorites onto CD for greater user flexibility.