March 27, 2014

Using contract terms to limit e-discovery costs and burdens in commercial litigation

By Jay Brudz and Alexander Brodsky

Washington, D.C., partner Jay Brudz and Philadelphia associate Alexander Brodsky authored an article for Inside Counsel, titled, "Using contract terms to limit e-discovery costs and burdens in commercial litigation."  The article is the final in a series and discussed how even the most well-drafted contract terms will be for naught if they aren't enforceable.

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