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A Clawback Agreement Can’t Save Botched Privilege Review

You’re beginning discovery on a case. When you meet with opposing counsel, you both agree that a formal 502(d) court order isn’t necessary here. Instead, you enter into a clawback agreement. Should anyone accid... Casey C. Sullivan   |     16 Aug 2017

Court Okays eDiscovery Prior to Class Certification in PwC Age Bias Case

Do hiring practices focused on young applicants and recent college graduates constitute illegal age discrimination? They do according to several over-40 job seekers who applied to work at PwC, the venerable acc... Casey C. Sullivan   |     11 Aug 2017

Pro Se Plaintiff Gets Pizza Costs as a Discovery Sanction

In a world of increasingly massive discovery bills—the million-dollar vendor bill here, the occasional $19 million spent on attorneys’ fees during discovery there—it’s nice to see discovery costs that seem, wel... Casey C. Sullivan   |     07 Aug 2017
2017 eDiscovery Mid-Year Review

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