... awarded defendants substantial attorneys’ fees associated with computer-assisted document review in a patent and trade secret case where defendants won...
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...and the continued drive, unwarranted at times in my view, for technology-assisted review), will be the need for the legal community to deal with...
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Sophisticated analytics are changing the terrain of electronic data discovery
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