Sullivan & Cromwell has sued an electronic discovery company for allegedly missing deadlines and preparing the wrong documents for production in the course of a major litigation. The firm said "untimely and inaccurate" work by Electronic Evidence Discovery Inc. hindered the law firm's staffing arrangements and caused it to expend extra resources on discovery. Lawyers specializing in electronic discovery said they believed Sullivan & Cromwell's suit was the first of its kind.
Sullivan & Cromwell Suit Against Vendor Highlights Problems With E-Discovery
New York Law Journal
January 7, 2008
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