Having received some recent inquiries from customers about relying on RPost’s service records (in particular, the Registered Receipt™ emails associated with the Registered Email™ services for email proof and the email encryption service) in the context of responding to e-discovery requests, we have added the following quick reference for paper and resources to the e-discovery […]
Just when you thought that you were getting comfortable with email records and e-discovery concerns… Until it happens to you or a colleague, most people pay little attention to the risks of conducting important business or personal transactions using simple email only to have its content or delivery challenged after-the-fact. Since RPost is in the business […]
I was recently asked a question by an insurance company in Massachusetts that is likely a question on the minds of many who are looking to cut cost and reduce paper and mail use in the insurance sector. As such, let me share my response to their question, “…could we move to convert our thousands of […]
Consider in Zubulake v. UBS Warburg, a case focused on the duties of in-house and outside counsel related to litigation holds and document retention policies. Although UBS Warburg claimed to have issued and reissued litigation holds, the court concluded that “a party cannot reasonably be trusted to receive a litigation hold instruction once and to […]
We’re always happy to hear from our customers and recently nine-year RPost customer, Engel & Siegel, LLC, a premier Chicago-based law firm, used RPost Registered Email™ receipts in court which provided Engel & Siegel litigators evidence that contributed to winning in court proceedings.
RPost has been granted three additional patents (US Patent numbers 8,224,913; 8,209,389 and 8,161,104) which comprehensively cover systems and methods service providers use to track email opening, delivery or failure using server logs and web beacons – technology novel in 1999 when RPost first filed for the patents, but widely used today.
This posting may serve as a useful reference to RPost Registered Email™ services compliance with the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) Technical Specification (TS) produced by ETSI Technical Committee Electronic Signatures and Infrastructures (ESI) on the multi-part standards documentation covering Registered Electronic Mail (REM); Architecture, Formats, Policies and Profiles. ETSI claims to be officially recognized […]
Is proof of delivery of Service by Email needed if you have a Certificate of Service for email sent? Considerations with Florida Mandatory Serve by Email Rule. The following is a response to a lawyer question prompted by a recent Florida Bar member benefit email referencing the new Florida mandatory Service by Email Rules of Judicial Administration.
Can we ever know what happened in a meeting behind closed doors, with no recording devices and no third party witnesses? Probably not. Is email a clearer way to communicate a complex message? Not always….
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