March 13, 2014

Technology: Using e-discovery clauses in commercial contracts to restrict sanctions and shift costs

By Jay Brudz and Amy Ramsey Marcos

Washington, D.C., partner Jay Brudz and associate Amy Marcos authored an article for Inside Counsel, titled, "Technology: Using e-discovery clauses in commercial contracts to restrict sanctions and shift costs."  The article is the fifth of a series and discusses how using contract terms can introduce a high degree of predictability and help e-discovery run more smoothly."

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