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NOTICE TO THE BAR - Commercial Division Rule Change Relative to Discussion of E-Discovery at the Preliminary Conference

By an Administrative Order dated July 27, 2010, Chief Administrative Judge Ann Pfau has changed the Uniform Commercial Division Rule 1 (22 NYCRR 202.70[g][1]) to address the discussion of e-discovery at the preliminary conference.

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