Class Action Involves $19 Billion in Class Damages and $2 Billion in Malpractice Damages

Our firm served as discovery manager and co-lead of a case surrounding a securities class action and accounting malpractice action involving $19 billion in class damages and $2 billion claimed in malpractice damages.
The case involved managing 250 million documents produced among more than 25 parties and third parties as well as identification, review and production from the inception of investigations by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) through private litigation.
Our professionals developed Rule 26 disclosures and plans for conferences among the parties, negotiated extensive protocols for document review and production, and evaluated and hired vendors to provide document review and production platforms. We also prepared fact witness for more than 350 depositions; coached IT personnel for 30(b)(6) depositions; and engaged in an extensive discovery motions practice.
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