Rule changes push for cooperation in federal civil litigation

The federal judges behind amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure want lawyers to work together and keep the costs of litigation down, and they hope the changes will promote a culture shift among practitioners. “This is meant to be a cooperative and collaborative process,” Judge John G. Koeltl said Friday at a presentation at ...

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