Former U.S. Magistrate Ron Hedges takes a concentrated look at complex litigation and gives you solid advice to help you reduce the clutter and limit the costs – in time and money – that hamper the smooth adjudication of such matters.
Hedges discusses concrete ways to limit, or phase discovery; to stage litigation; and to find the low hanging fruit where you and your adversary can find agreement to limit or speed the process without prejudice to either side.
Save costs through the bifurcation of discovery
Identify and depose the “key players”
Start big – start at the top – both in depositions and in the discovery of electronically stored information.
Using his Flowchart of Litigation, Hedges guides you through all the steps to take before the 26(f) conference, which will save you and your client time, expense, and aggravation!