Expanding discovery master role by participating in 2013 eDiscovery In Review

February 2, 2014

The Sedona Conference's Cooperation Proclamation originally issued in 2008 remains a vibrant vision for the proper role of "discovery" in our adversarial system of justice.  In January 2014 I participated in a training sponsored by the Conference, "2013 eDiscovery In Review".  As a part of  discussing in detail the proposed changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Discovery (for which cut-off for comments is February 14, 2014), the training covered such diverse issues as proportionality, cost shifting and cost recovery, cooperation, technology assisted reviews, challenges of "new" media sources and preservation and sanctions.  Key appellate decisions over th past year were reviewed.

Please reload

Featured Posts

As the Chair of a Drafting Task Force, I have been working with the members of the Task Force in an effort to build a consensus as to what a proposed...

Task Force DRAFT Now Goes to House of Delegates

January 6, 2017

Please reload

Recent Posts

October 1, 2017

April 15, 2017

March 31, 2017

Please reload

© 2016 Jon B. Comstock, PLC

P. O. Box 555, Rogers, 72757, 206 S. 2nd Street, Suite C • Rogers, AR • 72756 •  479.659.1767