Clark Hill Attorney Mark W. McInerney Co-Authors "Amendments to Federal Rules of Civil Procedure Effective December 1, 2015" in the November 2015 Edition of the Michigan Bar Journal
DETROIT, MI – Clark Hill attorney Mark W. McInerney co-authored an article entitled “Amendments to Federal Rules of Civil Procedure Effective December 1, 2015,” appearing in the November 2015 edition of the Michigan Bar Journal. These amendments contain a number of important revisions to discovery practice in the federal courts. This is the sixth article McInerney has co-authored since 2009, as he and his co-author, both members of the State Bar of Michigan’s Standing Committee of the United States Courts, endeavor to keep their fellow practitioners updated on rules and/or amendments affecting practice and procedure in the federal courts.
McInerney is a Member in Clark Hill’s Detroit Office, and practices in the firm’s Education & Municipal, Labor & Employment and Litigation Practice Groups.
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