Using the same eDiscovery vendor as your opponent


Confidentiality and confidence may be compromised when opposing parties are ordered to share the same ediscovery vendor. The directive of Vice Chancellor J. Travis Laster of the Delaware Chancery Court pertaining to the matter of EOHB, Inc. v. HOL Holdings, LLC is examined.

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