Lee H. Rosenthal, A Few Thoughts on Electronic Discovery After December 1, 2006, 116 Yale L.J. Pocket Part 167 (2006)

From the Article’s Conclusion:

“For the lawyers, the problem is to engage and educate the judges about how the parties’ computer systems may affect discovery limits and obligations. For the judges, the problem is to supervise in an effective way that does not impose unrealistic and unduly burdensome demands on the lawyers and litigants. The amended rules provide tools and procedures for lawyers and judges to do these jobs better. It is not an exaggeration to say that the ability of the civil justice system to deliver a fair, efficient, and cost-effective way to resolve disputes significantly depends on how litigants, lawyers, and judges meet these challenges.


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