Amendments Propose Extending 'Meet and Confer' Requirement

, New York Law Journal


Michael B. de Leeuw and Eric A. Hirsch of Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson review proposed amendments to the rules governing preliminary conferences in non-Commercial Division cases that require discussion of e-discovery issues on cases "reasonably likely" to involve e-discovery, along with providing guidance as to which cases those might be and what topics should be discussed.

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