Are Stipulations Part of Your Discovery Plan?


A useful tool that is too often overlooked is stipulations. Discovery is a very expensive process, especially in complex cases, but there are ways to streamline the process and be more cost effective. Below are some of the stipulations that you may want to consider:

Agree on Service.

Agree on a Discovery Time Line.

Agree on a Protective Order.

Agree on Early Expert Disclosure.

Agree on How Document Production Should be Handled.

Agree on a Discovery Referee.

Agree on an Electronic Discobery Referee.

Agree on a Mediator.

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