Managing The Risks And Costs Of Production Of Private Info

Law360, New York (May 6, 2013, 12:53 PM EDT) -- A financial services organization is a party to a litigation in which plaintiffs are seeking information concerning business practices that impacts a number of the organization’s customers. The organization does not want to provide private and confidential information about the organization’s customers, particularly those not impacted by the alleged business practice. Some of this information may be protected by various federal and state laws, and some is not necessary for the prosecution or defense of the litigation. But that private and confidential information is intermingled with...
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