'What’s Ahead: An Amendment to Rule 30(b)(6) That Requires Parties to Confer'




[Editor's note: Rachel A. Remke, a partner in Schiff Hardin's Chicago office, has established herself as a trusted adviser and an experienced trial lawyer, having counseled and litigated complex cases in both state and federal courts. Her work spans a variety of product liability and litigation matters, including construction equipment, industrial insulation materials, fire origin, and juvenile products.]

It’s getting more complicated to take and defend depositions because of the COVID-19 pandemic. And now there is a proposed new change to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure that would require parties to confer before a plaintiff takes the deposition of …

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