Electronic Discovery Law
Nunn Appointed Chairman of Subcommittee to Consider E-Discovery Specific Changes to Washington Court Rules
In its October Meeting, the Washington Bar Association Court Rules and Procedures Committee appointed Preston Gates partner Todd L. Nunn as Chairman of the Electronically Stored Information Discovery Subcommittee. The mandate of the subcommittee is to consider whether amendments to Washington’s Civil Rules are needed to handle the specific challenges of the discovery of electronically stored information. In his practice, Todd advises clients on electronic discovery matters and discovery response planning as a part of the firm's Document Analysis Technology Group.
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