Recently by Anthony Candido
Civil Rules Roundtable: Proportionality- Old Wine, New Bottle?
As discovery burdens have grown under the increasing weight of e-discovery, the revisions to Rule 26(b)(1) represent an effort to emphasize the need for “proportionality” between discovery and the particular circumstances of the case in which it is sought. The revised language to Rule...Read More
Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)
The Availability Of Third-Party Discovery In Arbitration
As arbitration clauses have become more common in commercial contracts, many parties have discovered that arbitration is not as streamlined or as inexpensive as they had hoped. Among other things, arbitral panels in the United States are increasingly willing to permit wide-ranging discovery from...Read More