Intellectual property (IP) litigation typically requires review and production of large volumes of documents and electronically stored information (ESI). The evolution of ESI has greatly multiplied the number of documents and the coincident broadening of the attorney-client, work product, joint defense, and other privileges has made it much more difficult to identify and remove all privileged documents from production, even after the introduction of rules designed to lessen the burden presented by large ESIRead more »
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Privilege Review Presents Unique Challenges In Intellectual Property Cases Posted on: June 03, 2019 In: Intellectual Property & Technology
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