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  • Lessons for General Counsel from Recent Cyberattack on the U.S. Office of Personnel Management

    By Joe D. Whitley

    While most consumers seem to find the various media reports of public and private sector cyberattacks relatively unremarkable, an April cyberattack on the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) and other recent high-profile breaches should remind general counsel that "no sector, network or system is immune to infiltration by those seeking to steal commercial or government secrets and property to perpetrate malicious and disruptive activity."

  • Did Court Provide Clarity or Confusion on Spoliation?

    By Jake Evans

    In Georgia, spoliation refers to the destruction or failure to preserve evidence that is relevant to contemplated or pending litigation. A finding of spoliation gives rise to a rebuttable presumption that the subject evidence was harmful to the spoliator. For a party to pursue this remedy, the evidence must be "necessary" to the litigation and the spoliating party must have possessed a duty to preserve the evidence.

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VIDEO: Lawyer, Mary Weeks on Competitive Rifle Shooting

John Disney, Daily Report
Before Columbus attorney Mary K. Weeks decided to pursue a career in law, she was an elite, competitive rifle shooter for the U.S. Army. Prior to that, she was an All-American marksman at the University of Kentucky in the late '90s.
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