Tag Archives: Federal Judicial Center

May 10-11, 2010: Civil Litigation Conference at Duke Law School

A live Webcast is available for the 2010 Civil Litigation Conference, sponsored by the Judicial Conference of the United States, and being held 10-11 May 2010 at Duke University Law School in Durham, North Carolina, USA. The conference will focus … Continue reading

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Reagan, National Security Case Studies: Special Case-Management Challenges

Robert Timothy Reagan of the Federal Judicial Center has published National Security Case Studies: Special Case-Management Challenges (2010). Here is a summary: National security cases often pose unusual and challenging case-management issues for the courts. Evidence or arguments may be … Continue reading

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Lee & Willging, Attorney Satisfaction with the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure

Emery G. Lee III and Thomas E. Willging, both of the Federal Judicial Center, have published Attorney Satisfaction with the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure: Report to the Judicial Conference Advisory Committee on Civil Rules (2010). Here is the executive … Continue reading

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New Report on Sealed Cases in Federal Courts

A new report entitled Sealed Cases in Federal Courts (2009) has been issued by the U.S. Federal Judicial Center. The authors are Tim Reagan and George Cort. Here is the abstract: “An analysis of all cases filed in federal district … Continue reading

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eDiscovery Developments in US Federal Courts

Two recent developments respecting electronic discovery in U.S. federal courts may be of interest. First, the Federal Judicial Center has published National, Case-Based Civil Rules Survey: Preliminary Report to the Judicial Conference Advisory Committee on Civil Rules (October 2009). Here … Continue reading

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