As electronic discovery becomes more common, e-mails are proving to be a gold mine of information in corporate legal disputes. In a recent Miami court case, lawyers for Qantum Communications found a series of e-mails that show businessman Ronald Hale had been discussing a sale of two radio stations to Qantum well within the period of their client's "no shop" clause in a sales contract.
Federal Court Turns When E-mails Contradict Deposition Testimony
Daily Business Review
August 25, 2005
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