When Infowars owner Alex Jones’ attorneys infamously, albeit, accidentally, produced all contents of his cell phone to opposing counsel, the focus on e-discovery best practices magnified around the industry.

However, as the dust has settled and more facts have come to light, some discovery attorneys and experts raised the question of e-discovery being a two-sided process. Meaning, though Jones’ lawyers publicly made a series of stunning mistakes in production, did the opposing counsel share in an ethical responsibility to better handle what had happened?

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