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Video: How to establish a defensible e-discovery protocol

Attorneys offer tips on how to work with opposing counsel

Quarles & Brady Partner Steven Hunter, Schiff Hardin Partner Matthew Prewitt and Much Shelist Principal Jonathan Sherman discuss issues surrounding Pippins v. KPMG LLP, including what attorneys can do to foster greater cooperation with opposing counsel and tips on how to agree upon a discovery protocol.

For more InsideCounsel coverage on Pippins, read:

Preservation Problem (from the June 2012 cover story)

Arguing over e-discovery amendments

Implementing a secure litigation hold system to avoid preservation pitfalls

The top 10 2012 e-discovery trends

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