E-Discovery: Can't We All Just Get Along?


Here is the "Grimm" news: parties and counsel must cooperate when it comes to e-discovery in civil litigation. Judge Paul W. Grimm, of the United States District Court of Maryland, while handling a discovery dispute in the recent case of Mancia v. Mayflower Textile Services Co., has taken the opportunity to pontificate as to why working together collaboratively is essential for e-discovery to be meaningful and fair within our judicial system.

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