Changing Federal Rules to Reduce Discovery Costs

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The sheer volume of electronic information to be preserved, processed and potentially produced for litigation has far outpaced the ability of current discovery rules to manage discovery effectively.

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    This is great news and it took a long time to come to this. Because of modern technology the old antiquated Federal Rules have become a massive burden for both parties to any lawsuit that is brought in the Federal Courts.

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