Organizations today are collecting more data than ever. Yet, due to a confluence of factors, most aren’t maximizing it. In fact, 63% of employees struggle with gathering data insights within their necessary timeframes. This issue is especially prevalent among corporate...

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Congress established the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) in 1937 to unify the highly fragmented American court system. Prior to this, different jurisdictions were using different rules, which made it difficult to achieve any level of consistency. To solve...

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The U.S. district court system follows a strict code of conduct called the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP). This post provides a brief overview of the FRCP and why it matters, and it also includes an examination of FRCP...

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