A year ago, we learned of a number of rule changes, largely cosmetic. This time around, hold onto your seat because this next round of changes is substantive and dramatic. Learn everything you need to know about these changes, some of which will occur as early as January of 2018, directly from the judges and lawyers who created them. By attending, you will not only be one of the first to learn and understand the new rules but also have the opportunity to enjoy a hosted reception with the judges sitting on the Pima County Superior Court Bench and your colleagues.
What you will learn:
- Dramatic Modifications to Rule 26.1—The New 3-Tiered System
- e-Discovery—Fast as the Speed of Light
- Fee & Cost Shifting—Who Pays the Piper Now?
- Expedited Discovery Dispute Resolution—Gunfight at High Noon
- Jury Selection—How Will We Get to 8 Now?
- Sealing & Unsealing Documents—"The Envelope Please”
- FASTAR—Expedited Resolution of the Smaller Case by Jury Trial
- Will There be More Changes to Come? Have a Peek
Tucson will be the first to benefit from an in-depth description and analysis of these new rules which will significantly impact how you practice. You can’t afford to miss this one.
Ted Schmidt, Schmidt, Sethi & Akmajian
Honorable Kyle Bryson, Presiding Judge, Arizona Superior Court in Pima County
Honorable Jeffrey Bergin, Civil Bench Presiding Judge, Arizona Superior Court in Pima County
Honorable Charles Harrington, Probate Bench Presiding Judge, Arizona Superior Court in Pima County
Honorable Greg Sakall, Arizona Superior Court in Pima County
Don Bivens, Snell & Wilmer LLP
Andrew Jacobs, Snell & Wilmer LLP
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