Since the 2006 amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure established the outline for ediscovery practice, there have been significant adjustments in how those rules are interpreted.
The 2015 amendments added a renewed emphasis on cooperation, prompt disposition of matters, and proportionality.
In this guide you'll receive a summary of the rules ediscovery professionals need to know, including:
- The Purpose of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure
- Discovery Timelines and the Initial Discovery Conference
- Scope and Proportionality
- The Form of Production
- Objecting to Requests and Compelling Discovery
- Preservation of Evidence, Spoliation, and Sanctions