Discovery

How Missouri’s New Rules on Discovery Impact Your Practice And What You Can Do About It

On August 28, 2019, the Missouri rules on discovery were updated to help streamline the discovery process, expedite speed to justice and to more closely align their rules with the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. Although these revisions in Missouri in some ways mirror the FRCP, they aren’t exactly the same. Below are a [...]

Why We Became the KCMBA’s Official eDiscovery Partner + Our Bench-Bar Plans

By: Jeff Dreiling and Eric Kelting For those of you heading to the Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association’s (KCMBA) Bench-Bar & Boardroom Conference in Branson, Missouri this week, we want to share why we decided to partner so closely with KCMBA as a Platinum-level Affinity partner and their Official eDiscovery Partner and invite you [...]

Experience Makes the Difference with Traditional Services

While many people know Complete Legal for our ESI consulting, eDiscovery and trial graphics services, there is another important part of our business: traditional services. Traditional services include printing and scanning, things that are imperative to most law firms, but often aren’t in the limelight with today’s focus on technology. Just as we can [...]

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eDiscovery Case Law Update: Judge Rules on eDiscovery Motion in Nationwide Class Action Suit

By: Jeff Dreiling, Co-Founder and eDiscovery Consultant, Complete Legal In Re: Chad Udeen and Mary Jane Jeffery v. Subaru of America Inc. U.S. Magistrate Judge Joel Schneider (New Jersey) has issued a ruling on a motion made by Subaru of America’s (Subaru) counsel to stay full discovery in defending itself against a class claim. [...]