North Carolina Revises Rules Of Civil Procedure For Electronically Stored Information

North Carolina Revises Rules Of Civil Procedure For Electronically Stored Information

Revisions to the North Carolina Rules of Civil Procedure became effective to actions filed on or after October 1, 2011. A blacklined version showing the changes wrought by a law titled  an  "Act to clarify the procedure for discovery of electronically stored information and to make conforming changes to the North Carolina Rules of Civil Procedure" is here.  

You all are probably  familiar with these amendments already, as I'm behind the curve on this subject.. There's lots out there on the web, way earlier than this post, from other law firms. Like here, here and here.  There are at least 39 states which have addressed the issue of e-discovery.  Here's the most current listing I've seen.

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Read this article in its entirety on North Carolina Business Litigation Report, a blog for lawyers focusing on issues of North Carolina business law and the day-to-day practice of business litigation in North Carolina courts.

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