Discovery in Complex Litigation Made More Manageable
Discovery in complex litigation comes with a unique set of rules of challenges. This guide will show you how it all works and help you create a game plan so you can tackle the process and problems head-on. Expand your litigation know-how by registering today!
Review the rules of the game when it comes to discovery in large cases.
Explore unique considerations for conducting depositions in complex litigation.
Anticipate common e-discovery issues and answers.
Get tips for managing large volumes of discovery materials.
Key Discovery Rules for Complex Civil Litigation
Best Practices for Discovery Conferences and Plans
Privilege Issues and Answers
Handling Discovery Requests and Responses (Interrogatories, Requests for Production, Requests for Admissions, Subpoenas)
Depositions in Complex Civil Actions
Pointers for Resolving Discovery Issues and Disputes
Jeanine D. Clark is a partner with Margolis Edelstein, where she focuses her practice in complex litigation. Ms. Clark is experienced in handling a variety of matters ranging from construction defect to bodily injury. She has experience handling catastrophic injury matters, products, toxic tort and coverage issues. Ms. Clark practices in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. She is also admitted to practice before the U.S. District Courts for the District of New Jersey and the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Ms. Clark is a member of the American and Philadelphia bar associations, and the New Jersey Defense Association. She is also the event director of the South New Jersey Chapter of the Claims and Litigation Management Alliance. Ms. Clark earned her B.A. degree from Temple University and her J.D. degree, cum laude, from Widener University School of Law.
Gerald A. Connor is a partner and trial attorney in the Scranton, Pennsylvania office of Margolis Edelstein, a full service multi-state litigation provider to the insurance industry, major corporations, and governmental entities. Mr. Connor focuses his practice on casualty litigation, ranging from automobile and general liability claims to products liability, construction litigation, and workers' compensation claims. He also has extensive experience in commercial litigation, intellectual property issues, municipal claims, and employment law. Mr. Connor has handled dozens of trials, administrative hearings, and arbitrations to verdict, and is active at the appellate level, in both state and federal court. He is a member of the Lackawanna County Bar Association and the Pennsylvania Bar Association. Mr. Connor earned his B.A. degree from the University of Pennsylvania and his J.D. degree from Widener University School of Law.
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