Electronic Discovery Law
California Judicial Council Amends Rules of Court, Establishes Duty to Meet and Confer regarding Electronic Discovery
On August 14, 2009 the Judicial Council adopted amendments to California’s Rules of Court, including amendments to Rule 3.724, which now requires consideration of issues concerning the discovery of electronically stored information when the parties “meet and confer” prior to the initial case management conference. The amendments became effective immediately.
For a full copy of the amendments, click here.
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