Sullivan & Cromwell Settles E-Discovery Dispute

Law360, New York (January 15, 2008, 12:00 AM EST) -- Sullivan & Cromwell LLP has settled a breach of contract case against an electronic-discovery vendor that allegedly missed deadlines and provided shoddy work, hindering the firm's ability to meet a discovery deadline.

The New York-based law firm and Electronic Evidence Discovery announced the settlement on Tuesday. The settlement ends two lawsuits and prohibits future claims regarding the matter.

Sullivan & Cromwell had sued EED to forgo more than $718,600 in fees it owed the vendor. EED then filed a suit to collect on the payment....
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