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In addition, some states have adopted specific statutes or procedural rules that are designed to protect the privacy interests of absent consumers. For example, California Civil Procedural Rule § 1985.3 prevents a party from issuing a subpoena for personal information from a variety of organizations including medical providers, banks, credit unions, lenders, brokerage firms, or insurance companies, unless the party issuing the subpoena provides a copy to the consumer whose records are sought, and informs them that they have a right to object to the organization furnishing information about them. The rule also requires that the party issuing the subpoena provide the consumer sufficient time to receive, and object, before production is anticipated.
2016 Statewide Incoming Civil Caseload.1
Number of Cases filed in Federal District Courts in 2017.2
If you receive a subpoena or document request asking for personal information about consumers consider the following steps and questions:
1. National Center for State Courts, Court Statistics Project, “2016 Civil Caseloads - Trial Courts” http://www.ncsc.org/Sitecore/Content/Microsites/PopUp/Home/CSP/CSP_Intro.
2. Administrative Office of the United States Courts, “Federal Judicial Caseload Statistics 2017 (Available at: http://www.uscourts.gov/statistics-reports/federal-judicial-caseload-statistics-2017).