Key E-Discovery Considerations In Patent Litigation

Law360, New York (March 17, 2014, 12:23 PM EDT) -- Patent litigation is expensive. A significant portion of this expense is due to the time and effort required to search, review, and produce large amounts of electronically stored information during discovery. In recent years, federal courts have attempted to reduce the burden of e-discovery in patent litigation by adopting model orders that phase discovery and require parties to focus the issues before serving email production requests. Patent disputes are often narrow and turn on discrete issues that do not require broad-based e-discovery. Incorporating the model orders’...
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