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United States' Rule 26 (a) (1) Initial Disclosures. Appendix B to these disclosures describes the documents, data compilations, and tangible things held by the Antitrust Division that may be relevant to disputed facts alleged with particularity in the pleadings.What is Rule 26 disclosure?
These disclosure statements are often referred to as "Rule 26.1 Statements" or "Rule 26.1 Disclosures" for short. Rule 26(d)(1) of the Arizona Rules of Civil Procedure requires that the disclosure statement is provided to the opposing party within forty (30) days of the defendant filing an answer.What is the Federal Rule 26?
United States: Protecting Client Information Via Federal Rule 26 (c) Such information can include not only trade secrets but also customer lists, pricing, and other business-related information that clients would very much like to keep away from competitors, regardless of whether they are adversaries in litigation.What is the Rule 26?
(ii) proceed under Rule 26-1a, 26-1b or, if applicable, Rule 26-1c, incurring the penalty of one stroke under that Rule. For purposes of applying Rule 26-1b or 26-1c, the reference point is the point where the original ball last crossed the margin of the hazard in which it lies.