February 27, 2014

Technology: Controlling costs and risk by limiting discoverable data sources

By Jay Brudz and Stephen J. Wallace

Washington, D.C. partner Jay Brudz and associate Stephen Wallace co-authored an article that was published in Inside Counsel. The article, titled “Technology: Controlling costs and risk by limiting discoverable data sources."

This is the fourth in a series of articles detailing how e-discovery costs can be contained using mutually agreed-upon terms in commercial contracts to limit discovery (Parts 1, 2 and 3). In this installment, Jay and Stephen show you how to use those contracts to limit the sources of data from which e-discovery can be drawn.

Read the full article.

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