Who doesn’t love a good discovery fight? And this one involving Cravath, Swaine & Moore is a doozy, with ramifications that extend literally across the planet.

The firm is locked in a battle with an international human rights and environmental group for refusing to release a trove of documents from client Royal Dutch Petroleum Co. related to the execution of nine men in Nigeria in 1995.

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