Monthly Archives: August 2017

Privileged Communications Inadvertently Given to Opposing Counsel by a Party’s Expert

In a recent opinion from the United States District Court for Kansas, the Court held that privileged communications given by an expert to opposing party’s counsel will remain protected under the work product privilege. The defendant’s expert in Lloyds of

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Fidget Spinners Don’t Relieve Stress (When They Catch Fire)

One of the newest fads to hit the market place is the fidget spinner. It’s the palm sized three-eared triangular device with ball bearings that can be spun quickly when held between the thumb and index finger. They are promoted

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