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Expert witness preparation after the 2010 amendments

Rule 26 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, which broadly addresses the scope of permissible discovery and the basic rules of the road, has been thoroughly overhauled several times and tweaked almost continuously since its original inclusion in the ...

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Federal court must enforce anti-SLAPP law

A federal court must enforce state free speech protections in a civil rights lawsuit brought by a former public school principal who claimed she was falsely accused of acting abusively towards her students, the 1st Circuit has ruled in reversing judgment.

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