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Ganfer & Shore partner Mark A. Berman reviews decisions in New York courts that provide practical rules and lessons for litigators on requesting and producing electronically stored information
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
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Development of e-discovery rules in state courts have been far from uniform, say Mayer Brown attorneys Anthony Diana, Ethan Hastert, and Eric Evans. Generally, states have substantially adopted the F
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