Electronic Communication (Emails) Are Discoverable in Litigation

Our firm philosophy has long been “Communication not Litigation.” This philosophy is based on the belief that disputes are best resolved in a voluntary and reasonable manner rather than through the time, expense and aggravation of a lawsuit. Recent developments in the law, however, may require Association boards to pay much more attention to how they “communicate” in the event they are compelled to “litigate.”    Read More……


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