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Court Provides Legal Arguments for Limiting E-Discovery Costs

15 December 2008
Mayer Brown Legal Update
15 December 2008 - In an opinion that surely will be cited in the future to oppose overly broad and burdensome discovery requests, Chief Magistrate Judge Paul Grimm of the United States District Court for the District of Maryland analyzed legal arguments that can be used to help limit e-discovery costs, and offered support for the notion that litigants have a duty to engage in efficient and cooperative discovery.
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