New court decision, same old eDiscovery thinking

New court decision, same old eDiscovery thinking

Normally, parties are responsible for paying their own costs. But as litigants have grown more assertive in their attempts to recoup those costs upon obtaining successful judgments, court orders requiring the losing party to pay the prevailing party’s discovery-related costs have become increasingly commonplace.

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