July 01, 2013

'Can’t We All Just Get Along?': Reaching Consensus with Opposing Parties

Overview

Federal and state procedural rules, commentators and the judiciary exhort opponents to cooperate during eDiscovery – but how realistic is that objective?

This session examined those exhortations, discussed the pros and cons of attempting to follow that advice, and offered suggestions for how to reconcile the apparently contradictory objections of cooperation and advocacy.

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