Changes in the rules governing lawsuits can have a big impact on the practice of in-house and outside counsel alike. The litigation trends outlined below survey upcoming rule changes, proposed legislation and other incipient developments.

Some changes, like those to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, are certainties. Others are almost certain to fail but merit our attention because they offer important insights into potential future shifts in the legal and corporate landscape.

1. Decreasing Cost of Litigation?

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