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Leveraging the use of surveillance and investigation in court

Salvatore Shaw
Salvatore Shaw
By Salvatore Shaw 

This is Part 1 of a 3 part series on how to best leverage the use of surveillance and investigation in court through a plaintiff’s perspective.

Surveillance of an injured plaintiff is a common tactic used by defense counsel to defend personal injury actions. More recently, in addition to traditional video surveillance, online investigations are now being conducted of plaintiffs. Surveillance and online investigation is conducted at a variety of times throughout the litigation and it is impossible for a plaintiff’s lawyer to predict exactly when it will be done. This blog will discuss the defendant’s pre-trial disclosure obligations as it relates to video surveillance and online investigation, the use of this material at trial and helpful strategies plaintiff’s counsel can employ to obtain the particulars of this investigative material in advance of trial. Read More at The Fine Print Blog

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