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The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure Amended to Address Proportionality of Discovery

Relief may be in sight for the discovery costs of large corporate defendants involved in toxic tort litigation. As happens all too often in  toxic tort cases, a single plaintiff (or a group of similarly situated individuals) asserts claims against one or more large corporations that have been in business for many years. Due to the length of the corporation’s existence, there is a voluminous amount of corporate information and documents. When the plaintiff’s predicatably requests the entirety of these documents in the discovery process,…

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