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Form 26: Preliminary Report and Discovery Schedule

Form 27: Scheduling Order for Social Security Cases

Form 28: Order Setting Schedule for Social Security Cases

Form 29: Provisional Discovery Plan

Form 30: Memorandum and Order Regarding Discovery

Form 31: Items for Possible Inclusion in the Rule 16 Case Management Conference Notice

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Form 32: Order for Settlement Conference

Form 33: Order Dismissing Case When Parties Have Not Timely Advised Court of the Outcome

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January 1, 2000
Kenneth J. Withers

Discovery is changing in response to the pervasive use of computers. More and more cases involve e-mail, word-processed documents, spreadsheets, and records of Internet activity. This article discusses some of the potential for computer-based discovery to reduce overall discovery costs and improve the administration of justice. The article also explores the unique problems of computer-based discovery, and focuses on the judicial role in managing computer-based discovery and preventing or resolving some of the more common disputes.

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