Electronic Discovery Law
'Clawback' Agreements Lose Their Grip in Court
In a July 24, 2006 National Law Journal article, Andrew Rhys Davies writes, "Reviewing electronic documents for privilege can be horribly time-consuming and expensive; and experience teaches that privileged material often slips through the net, as reviewers miss privileged communications buried in long e-mail chains or in invisible metadata. Against that background, this article examines how pending and proposed amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and Federal Rules of Evidence seek to address these problems. "
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