E-Discovery Under the (soon to be) Updated FRCP

Learn how e-discovery practices will likely change if and once the pending Federal Rules of Civil Procedure e-discovery amendments take effect.

By the end of 2015 the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) will likely change again. In 2006, the last e-discovery FRCP amendments flipped e-discovery practices on its head, drastically altering the way attorneys handled discovery. Will the 2015 amendments have the same effect? The answer is relatively unknown, but this infographic will show you some highly educated projections for the two pending FRCP amendments and how they will likely impact e-discovery processes.

Download to learn:

  • The current implications of FRCP e-discovery rules
  • The new, likely implications of amended FRCP e-discovery rules
  • Whether these new FRCP e-discovery amendment are good for you

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