Kobre & Kim Trial Lawyers Explore How Proactive Strategies Can Minimize Discovery Costs
September 16, 2016
Publication: Today's General Counsel
The discovery process can be lengthy and expensive, with judicial requirements to produce information often taxing the resources of both plaintiffs and defendants. Matthew Menchel, director of the firm’s Center for Trial Advocacy, and lawyers Adriana Riviere-Badell and Lindsey Weiss Harris explain in a Today’s General Counsel article that new civil procedure rules could inject more efficiency in the litigation process can help avoid these issues. Drawing from their extensive trial experience, the authors address how those looking for a more cost-effective strategy can utilize the amended rules to limit the scope of litigation while still seeking desired outcomes.
The article, “Minimizing Discovery Costs Through Effective Trial Strategy,” can be accessed here.