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David Herr Authors Article on History and Future of E-Discovery in Minnesota Courts for William Mitchell Law Review

April 2, 2014

David Herr, partner in Maslon's Litigation Group, has co-authored an article in the William Mitchell Law Review titled, "E-Discovery Under the Minnesota Rules: Where We've Been, Where We Might Be Headed." The article—from Volume 40, Issue 2, which focuses on legal issues in the world of electronic data—discusses the history of discovery in Minnesota practice under the Minnesota Rules of Civil Procedure, analyzes the place of electronic discovery in Minnesota today, and attempts to forecast how the courts will manage e-discovery challenges in the future.

David Herr is a highly regarded appellate lawyer and complex case litigator. He is frequently sought out to provide practical and sophisticated advice on how to resolve difficult, multi-party disputes in trial courts and arbitral forums, as well as in the appellate courts. He was recently re-appointed to serve as Reporter for the Advisory Committee on the Rules of Civil Appellate Procedure.

Read the online version at William Mitchell Law Review.


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