E-discovery: Why your company should use a clawback agreement
Organizations in litigation spend prodigious amounts on document review, in large part to control the significant risk that a privileged document will be inadvertently produced.
By Alvin LindsayJuly 31, 2012
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This article is the fifth installment in a series on e-discovery issues and areas that offer inside counsel the greatest opportunities to reduce risks and save costs.Read parts one, two, three, and four.
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