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May 20, 2017

A checklist itemizing the procedural requirements of the Mandatory Initial Discovery Pilot Project. The checklist is designed to be helpful to judges presiding over pilot cases and to attorneys participating in pilot cases as pilot requirements apply to the initial stages of discovery.

May 18, 2017

The Northern District of Illinois has created a specific list of events dedicated to the filing of pleadings under the Mandatory Initial Discovery Pilot Project. The complete list of pilot events are:

Dawn Bergin, Mark Brain, John Rea, David G. Campbell, David B. Rosenbaum, Patrick J. McGroder
April 6, 2017

Judge David Campbell (D. Ariz.) chairs a panel discussion that includes three Arizona state judges and two attorneys practicing in Arizona state courts.

Paul W. Grimm
April 6, 2017

The Mandatory Initial Discovery Pilot Project requires exchanges of discovery in participating courts before the commencement of discovery requests.

Timothy T. Lau, Emery G. Lee
March 28, 2017

This pocket guide summarizes the essential concepts behind a variety of labor-saving techniques, known generally as technology-assisted review (TAR), that help identify documents for production.

Paul W. Grimm
January 29, 2016

Judge Paul W. Grimm, District of Maryland, developed the attached PowerPoint presentation describing the 2015 amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.

Timothy P. Harkness, Rahim Moloo, Patrick Oh, Charline Yim
December 2, 2015

At an increasing rate, U.S. courts are hearing cases in which parties seek evidence located abroad or parties to a foreign or international proceeding seek evidence located in the United States.

David G. Campbell, Gene E.K. Pratter, John G. Koeltl, Paul W. Grimm
December 1, 2015

David G. Campbell
December 1, 2015

Amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure that became effective on December 1, 2015, respond to findings that early intervention by judges helps to narrow issues and reduce discovery.


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