Warner Partners Co-Author Chapter on E-Discovery for New ICLE Text

8/28/2012

Three partners in the law firm Warner Norcross & Judd LLP have co-authored a chapter on electronic discovery in a new text from the Institute of Continuing Legal Education.

Charles Ash, Janet Ramsey and Jonathan Moore have contributed “Discovery of Electronic Evidence” to the second edition of Michigan Civil Procedure.  The book, which is a reference guide used by judges, attorneys and law students throughout the state, covers a wide variety of topics, including jurisdiction and venue, pretrial practice, motions, trial preparation, jury selection, and other litigation-related topics.

Ash is a litigation attorney with extensive experience representing businesses in complex contract and tort litigation in state and federal trial courts throughout the country.  He and Ramsey were part of the successful 2011 defense of Whirlpool Corp. in a high-stakes false advertising case brought by rival LG Electronics.  He has represented clients in the fields of energy, transportation, automotive, banking, insurance and others.

Ramsey concentrates her practice in commercial litigation with a focus on intellectual property, particularly advertising and marketing disputes.  She was part of the successful team that represented Wrench LLC against Taco Bell, securing a $42 million judgment related to the iconic Taco Bell Chihuahua advertising campaign.

Moore focuses his litigation practice on commercial litigation, securities litigation, and electronic discovery.  He has represented clients from a wide variety of industries, including automotive, pharmaceuticals, healthcare and banking.
 
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