Electronic Discovery Law
Western District of North Carolina Amends Local Rules, Specifies Electronic Production as Topic of Pretrial Conference
Effective January 1, 2008, amended Local Rule 16.1 specifies appropriate topics for consideration at the Initial Pretrial Conference, including the production of electronically stored information (“ESI”).
Click on the following link to see amended rule:
Local Civil Rule 16.1 Pretrial Conferences (see subpart (G) Initial Pretrial Conference)
For a complete listing of local federal rules and guidelines addressing electronic discovery, see our updated post here.
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