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Passing the Buck: Cost-Shifting Under the New e-Discovery Rules

The shift to electronic discovery as a primary mechanism for identifying relevant information has created unexpected results in litigation. The low cost of electronic document creation, modification, and retention has led companies to save everything, “just to be safe.” This new mentality, coupled with constantly changing technology, has created enormous headaches for litigators—headaches that stand to get worse following the new amendments to the federal rules. Read More.

Published in e-Discovery ©2007 by the American Bar Association. Reproduced with permission.

Authored By:

Neal H. Lewis
Neal H. Lewis
Kathryn E. Kasper
Kathryn E. Kasper