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Court Of Chancery Explains Email Evidence Rule
By Morris James LLP on January 24, 2012
Posted In Electronic DiscoveryParon Capital Management LLC v. Crombie, C.A. 6380-VCP (January 24, 2012) When is email sufficiently authenticated to be admissible into evidence? This decision explains that when there are "distinctive characteristics" such as an email address the party admits is his, then that email is admissible.
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