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Judges Chime In on Proposed E-Discovery Amendments

Shira Scheindlin, James Francis and Peter Flynn discuss proposed changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure

, New Jersey Law Journal

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Three federal judges — Shira Scheindlin, James Francis and Peter Flynn — were in high gear on May 1st, at an entertaining and innovative program entitled: "A Consortium on Litigation, Information Law & E-Discovery." Highlights of the event are covered here, including a discussion of proposed changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.

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