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Spring 2019

Message from the Chair
By Robert N. Holtzman 

Fed. R. Civ. P. 30(b)(6), 56(c)(4) and Fed. R. Evid. 602, 802: Can the Concept of "Corporate Knowledge" Be Stretched?
By Stephen M. Harnik and Armin Kaiser

"The Future Ain't What It Used to Be": Rigorous Analysis, Predominance and Other Developments in U.S. Class Actions
By Jay L. Himes and Jonathan S. Crevier

Preparation is the Key to a Rewarding and Successful Mediation
By Theo Cheng

In-House Counsel Can and Should Collect Attorney Fees
By Daniel K. Wiig

Third-Party Litigation Financing in the United States
By Aaron Katz and Steven Schoenfeld

Deposition Witness Review of Privileged Materials: A Certain Waiver
By Benjamin R. Nagin and Melissa Colon-Bosolet

Committee Report

Guidelines for Obtaining Cross-Border Evidence

Report of the Nominating Committee

Proposed Amendment of Rule 3 of the Rules of the Commercial Division

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