A few e-mails are causing a big headache for Paul Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison and electronic discovery giant Applied Discovery, Inc.

For several months, Applied Discovery has been searching millions of discovery documents, many related to civil litigation stemming from the collapse of Enron Corp., trying to find e-mail that is missing text due to a software glitch.

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