Posts Tagged ‘Catherine Jopling’

Why You Can (And Should) Destroy Documents

Why You Can (And Should) Destroy Documents
Nowadays, it’s easy to create a document. Think about all the automatically generated documents associated with your business: invoices, confirmation emails, receipts. What used to require a phone call now requires an email. Our inboxes are overflowing. It may be tempting to just keep everything, forever....
November 20th, 2014 | Metropreneurial Legal Insights | Read More

Protect your Information, Comply with the Court: Non-Party Response to Subpoenas in Civil Litigation

Protect your Information, Comply with the Court: Non-Party Response to Subpoenas in Civil Litigation
You’ve been served with a subpoena. The document looks very official. It’s signed by a judge. There’s a case name and number at the top — you are not a plaintiff or a defendant, but perhaps the plaintiff or defendant’s names are familiar to you. As far as you know, you’re not being sued....
May 15th, 2014 | Metropreneurial Legal Insights | Read More

The Dream Team: Managing Litigation Costs

The Dream Team: Managing Litigation Costs
Well, it’s happened. You’re a party in a lawsuit. You’ve either had the unpleasant task of suing somebody else or been sued yourself. It’s part of doing business, and you’re staring down the barrel of a possibly long and expensive process. Catherine Jopling Often the greatest...
November 15th, 2012 | Metropreneurial Legal Insights | Read More