Vol. 63, No. 11 December 2006

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Electronic Discovery Under the New Federal Rules
Amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure governing electronic discovery took effect on December 1, 2006. Litigators must familiarize themselves with the new rules, which create a procedural framework for addressing electronic discovery issues, while leaving substantive issues for continued development by the courts.  
By Wayne S. Moskowitz

Engendering Tribal Court/State Court Cooperation
Minnesota tribal court and state court judges have worked for nearly ten years to foster professional relationships between the courts and develop means to address disputes arising from their concurrent jurisdictions. The Teague Protocol, adopted by courts in Wisconsin to address similar issues, offers a model for tribal court/state court relations in Minnesota.
By Judge Robert A. Blaeser with Andrea L. Martin



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