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By Martha Buttry Daniels of King & Spalding
(June 14) – Most litigation comes with the burden of document review. While not the sexiest of topics, document review is critical. When it goes wrong, it can be costly and embarrassing.
For instance, a federal judge recently ordered three major plaintiffs firms to pay an additional $800,000 for a now-$3.8 million investigation into excessive legal fees arising from document review attorneys’ apparent double-billing . . .
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