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E-Discovery: Avoiding e-discovery offenses in state courts

In courts with no e-discovery rules, sanctions still may await the unwary

This article is the second in a series addressing the challenges of litigating in state courts and arbitration forums with no e-discovery rules or precedents. Click here to read part one.

This month, we consider the pitfalls that may await a party who incorrectly assumes that the absence of established rules or precedents means that e-discovery obligations can be safely ignored.


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Matthew Prewitt

Matthew Prewitt is a partner in the Chicago office of Schiff Hardin, where he concentrates in complex litigation and also co-chairs the firm's Trade Secrets Client Services...

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