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Two recent orders remind us of the importance of following best practices for Rule 26 (f) conference, which can help streamline discovery and avoid unnecessary, costly disputes. In Hauck v. Walker, Plaintiff Christine
When two parties failed to confer on keyword search terms, the court stepped in and determined the searches itself, once again highlighting that cooperation is key. The National Law Review reported on the
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In 2016, Tesla filed a lawsuit against Michigan officials over a state law that prohibits the manufacturer to act as its own dealer and sell its electric car directly to consumers, instead requiring
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