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Archive for July, 2018

Dispelling A Few (Mostly) False Beliefs About Divorce in Maryland – No.1: Adultery

Friday, July 27th, 2018

By Margaret L. Argent A series of posts about some common divorce law misconceptions that I have encountered over my years of family law practice, in no particular order. (Ok, well that’s not true. Let’s start with sex. That’s a… Read More

Litigation Holds – The Triggers and Consequences For Failing to Preserve Evidence

Wednesday, July 11th, 2018

  In 2012, when Plantronics received notice of GN Netcom’s antitrust lawsuit against it, the company informed its employees to preserve information that could be relevant to the lawsuit through a litigation hold — an instruction to hold, or stop,… Read More