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How Will Proposed Changes to Federal e-Discover Rules Affect Your Practice?

The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (Rules) may change the case management, scope, and sanctions related to e-discovery in federal courts, starting in late 2015. Proposed changes seek to encourage early and active case management, ensure proportionality in e-discovery, and advance

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Posted in Articles, cooperation, eDiscovery, Federal, management, preservation, Procedure, proportionality, Public, rules, Sanctions

Judge Orders Parties to Keep it “Kleen”

            The first rule of successful lawyering is that one must be a zealous advocate for his or her client. While this mantra is essential to best practice, it should not be followed to the exclusion of traditional trial etiquette. This was

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Posted in Articles, Class action, coding, discovery request, eDiscovery, predictive, production, proportionality

Pennsylvania Announces E-Discovery Amendments to Rules of Civil Procedure

          Pennsylvania recently adopted amendments to its Rules of Civil Procedure that govern e-discovery practice in the Commonwealth. Although the amendments to Rules 4009 and 4011 (requests for production and the scope of discovery, respectively) use the federal term “electronically stored

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