Expectations can differ between participants in an oral communication.
Failure to understand e-discovery and the need for experts may lead to the reversal of a favorable ruling or judgment.
Taylor Swift's world tour is not a basis for a protective order prohibiting her deposition, according to a California federal judge.
By Michael Lowry
Exploring how the work-product provisions of the 2010 amendments regarding expert discovery have been applied and interpreted.
By Jenny Le
A recent Georgetown panel and case law reveal how far TAR has come.
By Fitzgerald T. Bramwell
Requests to admit are the Rodney Dangerfield of pretrial procedure: They get no respect.
Educator and litigator Michael Downey explains how the ethical obligations for inadvertent disclosure of documents have evolved over the years. (5:09 min)
Litigator Betsy Collins outlines some of the best practices for these types of arrangements and what should be avoided. (15:07 min)
John Barkett describes the changes that may be in store for the federal rules. (4:56 min)
Topics include applying early case assessment techniques, initial data collection and preservation issues, managing client concerns, best tactics for dealing with opposing counsel, and identifying potential early motions and other strategic options. (56:45)
Experienced litigators cover the nuts and bolts of defending depositions and provide strategies and tips to employ when defending all types of clients. (1:00:01)
Insight into the substance of the proposed amendments, the motivations behind them, the amendment process, and the public comments that the committee has received so far. (1:02:46)
February's Roundtable is "Early Case Assessment and Other Initial Stages of Complex Litigation." Read more.
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