Outside CounselGary J. Mennitt and Jeff Masters, New York Law Journal
Emails and the Mailbox Rule: 21st Century Application of a 19th Century Doctrine
Gary J. Mennitt and Jeff Masters write: Email and other forms of electronic communication have been commonplace for years, and people will likely increasingly rely on email for the transmission of statutory and contractual notices as well as other documents that affect legal rights. With the typical office worker receiving more than 90 emails every day on average, it is certain that disputes will continue to arise concerning whether such emails constitute actual and constructive notice.
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