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Sean Broderick, Donna Lee Elm, Andrew D. Goldsmith, John Haried, Kiran Raj
November 25, 2015

This pocket guide was developed to help judges manage complex e-discovery in federal criminal cases. The advantages of electronically stored information (ESI, or e-discovery) include speed, efficiency, and quality of information.

Emery G. Lee, Jason A. Cantone
October 1, 2015

A brief report on case-processing times, case outcomes, and motions practice in employment discrimination cases included in a pattern discovery pilot, compared with a nationwide random sample of similar cases.

Martin A. Schwartz
October 8, 2014

Section 1983 Litigation (Third Edition) analyzes the large number of recurring issues that arise in litigation under 42 U.S.C. § 1983. This monograph contains new sections on discovery, Bivens claims, new material on stops and searches, and model jury instructions.

September 20, 2013

A clearinghouse for information on the coordination and management of related cases that are pending simultaneously in both state and federal courts.

January 1, 2013

A joint project by the National Center for State Courts, the United States Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation, and the Federal Judicial Center, this pocket guide provides information on the coordination and management of related cases that are pending simultaneously in both state and fede

Robert Timothy Reagan
July 8, 2012

Among the reasons that courts issue protective orders in both civil and criminal cases is to keep discovery confidential on a showing of good cause. Experience has proved confidentiality protective orders to grease the wheels of discovery in many cases.

Barbara Jacobs Rothstein, Ronald J. Hedges, Elizabeth C. Wiggins
May 21, 2012

This second-edition pocket guide helps federal judges manage the discovery of electronically stored information (ESI).

Employment Protocols Committee
November 1, 2011

The Initial Discovery Protocols for Employment Cases Alleging Adverse Action provide a new pretrial procedure for certain types of federal employment cases.

Emery G. Lee
October 1, 2011

The Judicial Conference Advisory Committee on Civil Rules asked the Federal Judicial Center to study the operation of Rules 16 and 26(f) in the district courts. This report summarizes findings of part of that study.


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