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Electronically-Stored Information: Rules of Civil Procedure 26 and 34

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Item Description:

State Bar Technology Committee Member David Carter covers Montana Rules of Civil Procedure 26 and 34:

  • Adopted from Federal Rules 26 and 34, verbatim
  • Duty on both parties to understand the following:

– Electronically-Stored Information (ESI) – definition
– How to preserve the information – duty
– How to cull the information to apply limitations - duty
– How to deliver the information – duty
– How to confirm an undue burden (or other limitation to
disclosure) and propose to the opposing party, a third
party and the courts of the need to preclude disclosure or
offer an alternative protocol
– Duty to know your client’s Document Management
and/or Retention System


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