Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Proposed Amendments to FRCP Are Reminiscent of New Texas Civil Procedure Rules

JD Supra Law News has a recent post on the new Texas Rules of Civil Procedure, effective March 1, 2013.  One change is the tracking of cases depending on the size of the relief requested and creating an "Expedited Action Rule" for claims less than $100,000.  "Expedited Actions" are subject to a limit of 15 interrogatories (down from 25) "and only 15 requests for production and 15 requests for admission (both of which were not limited under the old rules)," as well as other time limitations.

Sounds a lot like some of the proposed amendments to the FRCP (reported on here), except the proposed amendments to the FRCP are not limited to claims under $100,000.  

PM

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/civpro/2013/08/proposed-amendments-to-frcp-are-reminiscent-of-new-texas-civil-procedure-rules.html

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