Electronically stored information is as important as the necessity of electronic transfers in the securitization scheme. USPTO patents reveal the need to maintain cyber files and have the ability to electronically transfer documents. You can see the relevance in obtaining not only the emails and documents, but also inspecting the hard drives.
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I’ve been harping on the importance of demanding and accessing ESI from foreclosing parties for quite some time now. A properly made ESI discovery request will provide numerous “smoking gun” documents that are sure to place the opposing party in an uncomfortable position. Below I’ve identified some of the most recent and more important cases that involve ESI.
Rajala v. McGuire Woods LLP…
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