Defense Groups Urge Amendment to Rule 30 and 30A

February 2021

Defense Bar Group Letter in Support of Mass. R. Civ. P. 30 and 30A amendment 02.17.21-102506

Proposed Amendments to Rules Governing Deposition Practice in MA State Court

January 2021

The Standing Advisory Committee on the Rules of Civil Procedure has proposed amendments to Rules 30 and 30A of the Massachusetts Rules of Civil Procedure.  The proposed amendment would impose a presumptive limit of ten depositions per side and a presumptive limit of a  1 day or seven hour limit for  each deposition.  These amendments…

Florida Adopts Federal Summary Judgment Standard

January 2021

Today the Florida Supreme Court issued an order adopting the federal summary judgment standard effective May 1, 2021. The Order amending Rule 1.510 is attached, as well as the Court’s decision in the Wilsonart case prompting the consideration of the standard. The impact of this rule change cannot be overstated. We expect that defendants will…

IADC Defense Counsel Journal Editor-in-Chief and CC&O Member Christopher Parkerson hosts Medical Monitoring Claims podcast

December 2020

Christopher B. Parkerson, a member of Campbell, Conroy & O’Neil, P.C. (Boston) and IADC Defense Counsel Journal Editor, recently interviewed Mark Behrens about the Proposed Medical Monitoring Rule in the Restatement (Third) of Torts and how it could significantly impact case law on recoverable damages. The discussion centers around the article American Law Institute Proposes…

Fellows Of The American College Of Trial Lawyers At Campbell Conroy & O’Neil

November 2020

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