A reasonable e-discovery effort is neither excessively burdensome nor evasive but reasonableness itself is not a simple concept
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...associate Sriram Krishnamurthy in New York advised on employee benefits and compensation matters. Partner Laura Merritt, in Austin and Seattle, and associate Aysha Doman in...
Originally Published: The Recorder
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Originally Published: the_am_law_daily
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