Posts Tagged ‘Catherine Jopling’

5 Reasons Your Business Urgently Needs a Data Management Program

5 Reasons Your Business Urgently Needs a Data Management Program
A data management program – identifying what documents your business keeps, where they are kept, who has access to them, and when to destroy them – is key to keeping a “clean house” and a healthy business. The task can seem daunting, but it is not something to be put off for the distant future. As...
November 19th, 2015 | Metropreneurial Legal Insights | Read More

10 Tips When Being Deposed And What to Expect

10 Tips When Being Deposed And What to Expect
A deposition is pre-trial testimony used in the discovery phase of litigation. At this stage, the attorneys are gathering information and facts as they prepare their cases for trial. It is similar to giving testimony in court because it is given under oath, and an attorney or attorneys will ask you questions....
July 16th, 2015 | Metropreneurial Legal Insights | Read More

Litigation Primer: The Power of Depositions

Litigation Primer: The Power of Depositions
Most businesses don’t think they will face litigation. Hard work, compliance with the law and good business relationships can guard against disputes becoming a lawsuit. However, even despite best efforts or intentions, the truth is that litigation is a risk any business owner undertakes simply by being...
March 19th, 2015 | Metropreneurial Legal Insights | Read More

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