Proposed revisions to CRCP – Public Hearing April 30, 2015

[A message from the CBA Chair of the Litigation Section. A link to a Redline version of the proposed changes is provided below]

Dear Colleagues:

There are, pending before the Colorado Supreme Court, proposed changes to the Colorado Rules of Civil Procedure. Significant changes to Rules 16, 26, 34, 37 and 54 are proposed which raise lots of questions. Do you understand the meaning of “proportionality” as defined in proposed new Rule 26(b)(1)? Can you depose an expert in 3 hours as limited by proposed new Rule 26(b)(4)(A)? Do you agree with the limitations on discovery relative to an expert’s opinion as provided in proposed Rule 26(b)(4)(D)?

The public hearing concerning the proposed rule changes which will be held on April 30, 2015. The Supreme Court is presently seeking public comment about the proposed rules in advance of that hearing. April 17, 2015 is deadline for submission of written public comments.

The Litigation Section Council is working toward formulating comments on behalf of the Litigation Section membership to be submitted to the Supreme Court. If you have comments concerning the proposed rule changes that you would like to have considered by the Council, please submit your comments to Greg Martin the Section’s CBA staff liaison at gmartin@cobar.org no later than March 5, 2015.

A redlined version of the proposed revisions can be found as a link in the Winter, 2015 CBA Litigation Section Newsletter on the CBA website, and are attached to this e-mail. Thank you.

Peter R. Black
Chairperson, CBA Litigation Section Council

2015 proposed rule changes CRCP – redline

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  1. Pingback: Short Summary of notable changes to the Rules of Civil Procedure effective July 1, 2015 | Colorado Litigation Report ™

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