Josh Van Kampen Quoted on Changes to the Rules of Discovery in NC Lawyers Weekly

Discovery, the all-important quest for information on which litigation depends, used to involve digging through warehouses full of paper documents, piled sky-high in cardboard boxes. Today, of course, electronic storage keeps an exponentially larger number of documents much closer to hand.
As the nature of discovery itself has changed, the law that governs it is changing, too. On Dec. 1, several major changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure took effect, ones that will potentially have significant reverberations for litigators.

Bringing Domestic Worker Abuse into the Spotlight

An estimated 53 million people are employed as domestic workers around the world. At this moment, in Colorado, a class action lawsuit is unfolding, alleging that several sponsor organizations from the au pair program are failing to obey state minimum wage laws.