As discussed in our article on American Litigation, discovery is a unique aspect of litigation in the United States that is a tool that often decides the outcome of the litigation. By means of demands for production of documents, written questions submitted (interrogatories and Requests for Admissions) and depositions (oral examination under oath before a reporter) the typical litigator in the United States will spend a hundred hours conducting discovery for every hour spent in the court room….. Read More


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