Electronic Discovery Law
Arizona Amends Rules of Family Law Procedure to Address Electronic Discovery
Arizona’s Supreme Court has approved amendments to Arizona’s Rules of Family Law Procedure that will address several major e-discovery issues. The amended rules are based on Arizona’s Rules of Civil Procedure and will become effective January 1, 2009. The amendments include changes to the following rules:
Ariz. R. Family Law P. 49 Disclosure
Ariz. R. Family Law P. 51 Discovery
Ariz. R. Family Law P. 52 Subpoena
Ariz. R. Family Law P. 62 Production of Documents and Things and Entry
Upon Land for Inspection and Other Purposes
Ariz. R. Family Law P. 65 Failure to Make Disclosure or Discovery; Sanctions
To read the order and see the amendments, click here.
For a current list of all states that have enacted special e-discovery rules, see our updated post here.
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