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Proportionality in Discovery Disputes: A Year of Changes
Posted on: Apr 13, 2017

Discovery motions are typically labor intensive for lawyers, time consuming for the court, expensive and bothersome for clients.

Court Rejects Black Letter Numerical Limit on Interrogatories
Posted on: Mar 30, 2017

A federal district court compelled a patent litigation defendant to answer interrogatories which the defendant contended exceeded the numerical limit imposed by Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 33(a)(1).

Recent Court of Appeals Decision Does Not Apply Economic Loss Doctrine to Accounting Malpractice Claim
Posted on: Mar 22, 2017

The Indiana Court of Appeals recently addressed the applicability of the economic loss doctrine to a claim for accounting malpractice.

Where Are Bicyclists Supposed To Ride?
Posted on: Mar 20, 2017

This great article outlines some great information for both cyclists and automobile operators sharing the road with those cyclists. It’s important to know the rules and laws surrounding bikes for your safety and the safety of others.

An Inside Look at the Jury Experience
Posted on: Mar 14, 2017

The role of the jury in protecting the rights of Americans in criminal and civil cases is the focus of a U.S. Courts video discussion featuring two U.S. district judges, a clerk of court, and a law professor and author on the jury process.

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