Listen as a seasoned panel of thought leaders and eDiscovery professionals brought together by The Knowledge Group provide and present to the audience a sneak peek of eDiscovery and litigation strategies under the New Federal Rules of Civil Procedure
As Trident Atlanta concedes, discovery pursuant to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure
is broad and covers materials located outside of the United States.
court as they conflict with the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure
But some changes come via the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure
7) This is problematic because Administrative Law Judges often cite the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure
when ruling on Longshore or Defense Base Act discovery issues.
As a result of the silence on the issue in the act, the court turned to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure
(FRCP) for guidance.
1, 2006, Federal Rules of Civil Procedure
amendments has focused on the impact of the rules on party discovery.
The proposed amendments to Federal Rules of Civil Procedure
16, 26(a), and 26(f) seek to impose obligations on the parties and the court to address electronic discovery early in the litigation process.
In federal courts, CPAs have to provide a list of cases for which they have served as an expert witness for the past four years, pursuant to Rule 26 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure
, so opposing attorneys can always pull prior testimony from those cases," says Ann Wilson, CPA, former chair of the CalCPA Litigation Sections.
In 2000, the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure
and Evidence were substantially revised in the areas of service of process, the answer, filing requirements for discovery, initial disclosures, depositions, sanctions, admission and exclusion of evidence, expert testimony, and others.
He has served as Chair of the Committee on the Utah Rules of Civil Procedure and Chairman of the American College of Trial Lawyer's Committee of Federal Rules of Civil Procedure
The Judicial Conference of the United States Advisory Committee on Civil Rules (the "Advisory Committee"), which has primary responsibility to study the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure
(the "Federal Rules") and to formulate recommendations for improvement, recently developed a thorough package of revisions to the Federal Rules that govern discovery.