Case-based national survey of counsel in closed federal civil cases
Thomas E. Willging, Federal Judicial Center, Judicial Conference of the United States. Advisory Committee on Civil Rules
Federal Judicial Center, 1997 - Civil procedure - 75 pages
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1993 amendments 95th percentile amount at stake amount of discovery analysis attorneys reported problems Boston College Civil Procedure civil rights client court management decreased litigation depositions accounted Differences between plaintiffs disclosure occurred disclosure or discovery disclosure requirements disclosure rules discovery activity discovery disputes discovery or disclosure discovery plan discovery rules document production effect expert discovery Federal Judicial Center Federal Rules filing to disposition forms of discovery found at Appendix frequency informal exchanges judges judicial case management kinds of problems lack of uniformity management of discovery median meeting and conferring monetary stakes national rule requiring nonuniformity Percentage of attorneys problems arise problems in discovery problems with discovery question number questionnaire reduce discovery expenses reducing discovery problems relative to stakes requirements for initial requiring initial disclosure responses are statistically rule requiring initial sample scheduling order specific statistically significant Table tort total litigation costs types of discovery types of problems uniform national rule