(PRWEB) April 24, 2015
Attorney Thomas Dunlap, of Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig PLLC, was interviewed by CBS News on Apr. 8, 2015, regarding the admissibility and use of digital videos as evidence in relation to State v. Slager, pending in Charleston South Carolina, which is one of a number of recent high profile cases across the country. Dunlap has significant trial experience involving technology use has taught classes on the subject.
“Self-made video is super easy to do in the modern era. It has changed the landscape and the type of evidence that courts have to cope with,” Dunlap said during the interview.
He added, “In the broadest sense, there is no question that having a video of something happen can be hugely helpful however, at the same time, there are many hidden pitfalls and challenges.”
Dunlap’s practice focuses on patent, trademark, trade secret, commercial, business and government contract disputes, litigation and transactions. He has authored numerous books and has been repeatedly named as both a Washington D.C. and Virginia Super Lawyer and to the Virginia and DC Business & Legal Elite. He maintains an AVVO “Superb” rating.
About Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig PLLC
Since its founding in 2001 by two U.S. Army officers, intellectual property and business law firm Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig has maintained standards with partners named as Super Lawyers, Business & Legal Elite, an A+ from the Better Business Bureau and a 10.0 rating from AVVO.
Over the past decade, the firm has seen tremendous growth and diversification with more than 20 attorneys in multiple locations and significant patent, trademark, litigation and regulatory practices (FDA, FAA etc.) The firm includes attorneys with diverse backgrounds including MBAs, biotechnologists, military officers and commercial bankers.