A year after the 2015 amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP), the e-discovery landscape is still in transition. While many have adjusted to changes in e-discovery proportionality (Rule 26) and electronically stored information (ESI) preservation and sanctions (Rule 37), there’s still much misunderstanding among attorneys and judges about how the rules are applied.

To shed light on the status of the FRCP amendments and the future of e-discovery, Legaltech News caught up with retired U.S. Magistrate Judge Frank Maas of the Southern District of New York who recently joined the JAMS, a commercial dispute resolution services provider.

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