federal rules of civil procedure

  • Litigation: Handling corporate depositions with care

    Outside counsel sends you a notice of deposition served by your adversary that commands your company to appear for a deposition pursuant to Rule 30(b)(6) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.

  • Technology: The evolution of e-discovery orders

    A look at model orders in different jurisdictions

  • E-Discovery: Does it need to be so expensive?

    If you attended an e-discovery legal conference recently, you probably noticed a common theme among corporate counsel, litigators and judges: There is an increased focus on bringing the cost of e-discovery into alignment with the stakes of the case.

  • Time for a change?

    Six years after the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) were first amended to address electronic discovery, another round of amendments is now under consideration. Questions regarding contentious, complex and multifaceted issues such as the duty to preserve, Rule 37 sanctions and technology’s role are among the primary challenges up...

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