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The Third Branch , the blog of the United States Courts, discussed the background and objectives of the pilot project in the Southern District of New York. ...
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DENVER, CO – The Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System (IAALS) at the University of Denver today applauds the Colorado Supreme Court for approving the Colorado Civil Access Pilot Project. This visionary step forward joins a national trend among states committed to improving the delivery of court...
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The Federal Circuit Advisory Council unanimously voted to adopt the proposed "Model Order on E-Discovery in Patent Cases." The model would limits on electronic discovery. Click here to read the article.
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As criminal cases crowd already crowded dockets, civil litigants see resolutions to their disputes delayed indefinitely. Click here to read the article.
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The Final Report by IAALS and ACTL was cited in Lee v. Max International, LLC , a Tenth Circuit decision written by Judge Neil Gorsuch. Click here to read the article.
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The Final Report by IAALS and ACTL was cited in this article , which discusses the implications technology may have on document review. Over the past 10 years, courts and commentators have struggled with this issue. Some, such as the American College of Trial Lawyers, have proposed radical limits on discovery to...
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State legislatures are increasingly eyeing court budgets as they try to make deep cuts into their budgets, leaving state courts woefully underfunded and causing delays and concerns about the abilities of state courts to dispense justice. Here, Mary McQueen of the National Center for State Courts discusses the impact...
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State courts, which carry millions of cases per year across the country, are increasingly being targeted by state legislatures looking to make cuts. Click here to read the article.

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