19 Rich. J. L. & Tech 8 (2013), available at http://jolt.richmond.edu/v19i3/article8.pdf
From the Article:
“A large number of federal districts have undertaken local initiatives to deal with e-Discovery. Some merely make passing reference to e-Discovery in local rules while others explicitly describe topics deemed worthy of attention or mandate specific measures to resolve open e-discovery issues. However, many districts have yet to make such special accommodations.
Less visible but equally important efforts have been made to accommodate e-Discovery by amendments to standard forms. For example, there are now many useful forms available for Rule 26(f) reports and discovery plans, as well as for joint or individualized proffers of scheduling orders or case management orders.”
The full text is available at http://jolt.richmond.edu…