Most trial lawyers are familiar with court-appointed discovery referees or special masters. Courts often appoint referees when parties file multiple discovery motions that the court cannot resolve in a timely manner. However, in certain circumstances, experienced trial lawyers voluntarily initiate the appointment of a discovery referee.
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