Following is a link to a full post by New York attorney, Mark Lyon, who blogs at http://www.marklyon.org. Although it doesn’t look like he’s licensed in Minnesota (but is in a few other places) he must be a pretty smart, tech-oriented kind of guy. You’ll see what I mean when you read his post about discovery conferences under new Rule 26.06 that sprang to life due to this year’s amendments to the Minnesota Rules of Civil Procedure.
I have two of these Rule 26.06 (c) conferences this week so I am appreciating the pertinent advice. These mandatory conferences seem to come up so quick that, thinking about it, I have not really been as ready as I would like. All of my discovery conferences to date have been perfunctory and mundane (except for my first, which was with a pro se litigant and a story for another day). So, to start the week, here is Mark’s post: