Potter Bolaños Opposes Federal Rule Changes that Would Tilt Balance Against Individual Employees

Rule 30(b)(6) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure plays an important role in both individual and class action cases. It allows for depositions of corporate or other business entities, which employees use to gain important information about employers’ policies, practices, and potentially unlawful behavior.

Proposed changes to Rule 30(b)(6), however, seek to limit the these depositions’ effectiveness and tilt the balance against employees when issues arise. Potter Bolaños submitted comments opposing the Rule changes as part of our effort to monitor and respond to changes in the law and to keep a level playing field between employees and employers.

Check out our comments below.

Potter Bolaños Comments on Proposed Changes to Rule 30(b)(6)