Electronic Discovery Law
Nebraska Recodifies Civil Rules
According to a Revisor’s note:
The former Nebraska Discovery Rules for All Civil Cases have been renumbered in the revised Nebraska Court Rules as Chapter 6, Article 3, Nebraska Court Rules of Discovery in Civil Cases. Thus, former rule 26 is now Neb. Ct. R. Disc. § 6-326, etc., with the last two numbers of the newly renumbered sections corresponding to the former rule.
This affects recent amendments to former rules 33, 34, and 34A, addressing e-discovery issues. Those rules are now known as follows:
§ 6-333 Interrogatories to Parties
§ 6-334 Production of documents, electronically stored information, and things and
entry upon land for inspection and other purposes
§ 6-334A Discovery from a nonparty without a deposition
Effective July 18, 2008
For a current list of all states that have enacted special e-discovery rules, see our updated post here.
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