Posts Tagged ‘swofford v eslinger’

Local Governments and their “In House” Counsel Not Immune from E-Discovery Sanctions

Thursday, December 17th, 2009

There is an old adage among attorneys that “bad facts make bad law.” Along those lines, there may be a tendency to dismiss a recent e-discovery opinion as a case where “bizarre facts make bad e-discovery sanctions.” However, local government attorneys, particularly “in-house” counsel, and the governments they represent, ignore the lessons of Swofford v. […]