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Posted By Craig Reinmuth

                  Major Cellular Service Provider     Retention Periods Regardless of the nature of the litigation you are involved in, it is common that relevant information isl likely to be  on a cellphone of a party on the other side of the litigation.  And it may be the only place the data is stored.  Depending on the service provider, the period for which the data may be available through them varies greatly.  Below is a brief overview *:    Verizon ...

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Posted By Craig Reinmuth

By Craig Reinmuth Two founders started TransPerfect Global (TPG) from a dorm room they shared in 1992. It turned into a billion business but ended, however, over the day-to-day management issues between its co-founders, Elizabeth Elting and Philip Shawe (Shawe v. Elting, 2016 BL 232452, Del. Ch., No. 10449-CB, 7/20/2016. During the heat of their management quarrels, Philip "undertook a campaign to spy on Elting (Elizabeth)." He monitored her phone calls and emails, went into her office numerous times at night (e.g. late on New Year's Eve), took her computer and had the hard drive imaged by one of TPG's employees. He...

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Alter Ego Victory
Calender Mar 7, 2017 at 10:21am
Posted By Craig Reinmuth

Those of you who have worked on alter ego cases are aware of the strong burden of proof establishing alter ego and piercing the corporate veil. If successful however, it can open doors of available assets and income that a person is trying to shield from creditors, or their spouse. I was involved with a recent decision in Arizona where the court permitted the corporate veil to be pierced and allowed the assets to be entered into the community estate for division between the parties. This case involved a person who set up a company, back in 1999, to shield and protect his assets from creditors. He funneled his personal income and...

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Posted By Craig Reinmuth

Shortly after the bombing, a friend of the Boston Marathon bomber deleted his browser history and other electronic evidence when he was being pursued by the feds. Under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, he was sentenced to 2 ½ years in prison for "destroying, altering and falsifying records, documents, and tangible objects in a federal investigation, specifically information on his computer." Accordingly, be careful when advising someone who is, or is helping someone, engaged in felony behavior. They must be warned that destroying of any evidence, including digital, can be extremely detrimental.

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Older Age Divorce
Calender Mar 31, 2017 at 09:00am
Posted By Craig Reinmuth

A record number of married couples over age 50 are filing for divorce. Along with this comes unique financial considerations. This article will briefly discuss financial planning considerations and related recommendations. Retirement planning was done assuming they couple would enjoy retirement as a married couple. Now their primary earning years are behind them and less time exists to exists to build the divided retirement funds back up. Both spouses may have to work, and/or work longer. A financial projection should be done estimating the funds that will be available from wages, retirement savings and investments and comparing this to...

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