Third-Party Discovery in the Electronic Era

, New York Law Journal

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Evan Glassman, a partner at Steptoe & Johnson, and Jeffrey A. Novack, an associate with the firm, write: With greater volumes of information available, and court sensitivity to the imposition of costs on third parties, counsel must take care to ensure that their discovery practice is efficient and cost-effective. Counsel may be able to minimize costs by assuming certain costs directly and arranging for documents to be produced to, and warehoused by, the requesting party's own in-house team or an outside vendor.

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