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"Third-Party Documents Admissible as Business Records"

Litigation News - A publication of the ABA Section of Litigation

December 3, 2013

Nexsen Pruet litigator Jeff Tibbals shared insight with Kelso Anderson for an article about third party evidence.  the piece in the American Bar Association's Litigation News was entitled, "Third-Party Documents Admissible as Business Records."

An excerpt:

Here, the Eighth Circuit properly affirmed the district court on the evidentiary issue, says Jeffrey S. Tibbals, Charleston, SC, cochair of the ABA Section of Litigation’s Real Estate Litigation Committee, observing that the court followed its precedent in Brawner v. Allstate Indemnity Co....


Incorporating custodial records into the discovery process streamlines litigation and “cuts down on third-party discovery—benefitting both the party and the non-party record preparer,” Tibbals says.

 

Read the full article here on the ABA's website.

Jeff Tibbals concentrates his practice in the area of real estate litigation and handles a wide range of real property disputes. In addition, Jeff has significant experience in class action litigation and other complex tort and contract litigation. He is co-chair of the Real Estate Litigation & Condemnation Committee of the American Bar Association's Section of Litigation for 2013-2014.

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