Missouri Discovery covers what is arguably the most crucial aspect of litigation practice. Attorneys of all experience levels will benefit from the practical, well-organized discussion of court rules and caselaw, and answer such practice questions as
- What information is discoverable and what information is not?
- What protections are available to limit discovery and what is the procedure for obtaining a protection order?
- What are the advantages and disadvantages of interrogatories versus depositions?
- What are the steps for conducting discovery and preparing a client for discovery?
- When is there a duty to supplement answers?
- How can answers/admissions be used at trial?
- How are objections in discovery and at trial handled?
- What is the procedure for the production of documents and how can they be used at trial?
- What are the sanctions for discovery abuse?
The second edition includes the new chapter, eDiscovery, which, among other topics, defines technical terms, discusses the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and the Missouri Rules of Civil Procedure, while addressing balancing eDiscovery costs and burdens and eDiscovery best practices.
2nd edition 2015 (285 pages)
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Answers to Interrogatories (Rule 57.01) | §9.5
Interrogatories to an Individual Party (Rule 57.01) | §9.2
Interrogatories to a Party That Is a Corporation or Other Organization (Rule 57.01) | §9.3
Motion for Protective Order (Rule 56.01(c)) | §9.1
Motion for Sanctions (Rule 61.01) | §9.9
Notice to Take Deposition of Corporation or Other Organization (Rule 57.03) | §9.7
Notice to Take Deposition of Named Individual (Rule 57.03) | §9.6
Notice to Take Depositions Upon Written Questions (Rule 57.04) | §9.8
Objections to Interrogatories (Rule 57.01) | §9.4