The U.S. Department of Justice’s broad investigation into price-fixing by the LCD screen industry has netted more than $860 million in fines and resulted in criminal charges against nearly a dozen executives.

But DOJ’s effort to go after additional screen makers, including Toshiba Corp., has resulted in a showdown with White & Case, Nossaman and other law firms over company documents.

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