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The New E-Discovery Rules

2015 Federal Civil Rules

Our Federal Civil Rules Booklet has all of the updated Federal civil rules: Civil Procedure, Evidence, Appellate, Admiralty, Official Forms, plus key provisions in Title 28. It is compact, light weight, and a fraction of the cost of other publications. Now shipping.

The New E-Discovery Rules

The Duke Conference Amendments to the FRCivP

Scheduled to take effect this Dec. 1st, The Duke Conference Amendments are the most important changes to to the Federal discovery rules in years! Includes the Duke Conference Report, excerpts from the Reports of the Committee on Rules of Practice & Procedure and the Civil Rules Advisory Committee. Now shipping.

2008 U.S. Bankruptcy Code & Rules Book

2015 United States Bankruptcy Code & Rules

Our United States Bankruptcy Code & Rules Booklet has the updated Bankruptcy Code & Rules, plus other bankruptcy related U.S. code sections. It is compact, light weight, and a fraction of the cost of other publications. Now shipping.

2009 Litigator’s Pocket Diary

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Rule Changes Effective Dec 1, 2014

Federal Rules of Civil Procedure:
Rule 77.
Federal Rules of Evidence:
Rules 801 and 803.
Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure:
Rules 1014, 7004, 7008, 7054, 8001 thru 8028, 9023, and 9024.
Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure:
Rule 6.

Rule Changes Effective Dec 1, 2013

Federal Rules of Civil Procedure:
Rules 37 and 45.
Federal Rules of Evidence:
Rule 803.
Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure:
Rules 1007, 4004, 5009, 9006, 9013, and 9014.
Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure:
Rules 13, 14, 24, 28, 28.1 and Form 4.