Ruling that organizing electronic files is not part of copying expenses, a three-judge panel slashed $360,000 in e-discovery costs to be recovered by defendants by 90 percent
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A federal appeals court rules organizing electronic files to fulfill an e-discovery request is not a justified expense under discovery reimbursement law
A bill of more than $360,000 to be recovered by defendants for electronic discovery costs has been slashed by more than 90 percent, as 3rd Circuit Judge Thomas Vanaskie said for the three-judge panel
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