The new rules of civil procedure (2005) should accomplish two things: reduce abuse and promote efficiency. This will likely stop practitioners who manipulate the rules to the unfair disadvantage of their adversaries, and rid the practice of practitioners who fail to adhere to the rules of fair play. What we should like to see remain are plaintiff’s lawyers who are, truly, concerned about helping clients, and defense lawyers who are likewise, truly, concerned about properly spreading insurance resources.The way it was As my friend, colleague and our president elect and deserving Trial Lawyer of the Year, Robert Eglet, referred me to the “real world” over coffee recently, I am finding the rules being used in obscure “real world” ways that are not promoting justice or the objectives mentioned above.I think the rules should assist lawyers who seek preparedness for trial or other dispute resolution. When a new case is considered, investigate it, make inquiry into its meritorious character, and work with experts to formulate strategy. Do not wait 2 years to file a complaint, or until deadline expiration to consult, retain, or produce experts and reports. Move the case forward.Prior to 2005, it was typical to become inundated with 5… Read full this story
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