Bruce R. Kaliner, a partner at Mound Cotton Wollan & Greengrass, and Erica J. Dominitz, a partner at Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, write: Now that we and, more importantly, our clients, have had ample time to experience the ever-increasing frustrations and costs associated with e-discovery, we should all (finally) be able to agree on at least one thing: E-discovery can be incredibly burdensome, expensive, and a huge drain on resources regardless of which side of the proverbial "v." you are on. Parties thus have a real incentive to cooperate during discovery, and doing so can reduce all parties' workloads and costs.
Let's Talk: Cooperation With Opposing Counsel Can Contain Discovery Costs
New York Law Journal
June 14, 2013