What Happens When the Requesting Party Does Not State a Form of Production?

Federal Rule of Civil Procedure Rule 34 allows for a requesting party to state the form of production in their request. In the event a requesting party does not state the form of production, the responding party can state the form of production in their reply. However, if no party[…]

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The e-Discovery Chase: Strategies to Reduce Electronically Stored Information in Discovery Requests

All of our tools and toys that generate electronically stored information can frustrate law firms with high e-Discovery costs.  Lawyers who choose to have their discovery productions printed can have nearly 10,000 times more paper than 10 years ago.[1] It is difficult to visualize how “big” ESI can be. WIRED[…]

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