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E-Discovery: Shifting the Costs of Compliance

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January 13, 2012
Adrian K. Felix goes step by step through the process of preparing a motion to shift discovery costs in response to a broad e-discovery request. The Court ultimately conducts a case-specific factual analysis to determine if shifting the costs of compliance is appropriate.
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