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Making Copies! The Fourth Circuit Defines Taxable Costs Associated With eDiscovery



by David Samuel Panzer
Greenberg Traurig, LLP - Washington Office

May 7, 2013

Previously published on May 3, 2013

Can this happen to your client? Your client gets sued, is forced to spend over $100,000 on eDiscovery despite you making all the right objections, you deliver a clean victory on dispositive motions and the District Court awards costs of ... $200. Here is what happened in the Fourth Circuit and what you can do to help your clients avoid the same fate:


 

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