Attorneys who have been scrambling to find out if there are new e-discovery rules taking effect this week in California’s state courts can relax. The rules haven’t been finalized yet.

A state Judicial Council committee looking at e-discovery rules shelved proposed amendments to state court rules last summer, according to an attorney for the council. But some lawyers hadn’t heard, and were under the impression they’d take effect in the new year.

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