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Quick peeks, Clawback Agreements, and the rules of electronic discovery

Editor's note: This is the first in a four-part series of articles regarding the rules that govern the discovery process in a lawsuit and, in particular, the discovery of electronically stored information, or ESI. In Part I, attorney Tim Hansen of the law firm Michael Best and Friedrich will highlight the rule changes, while subsequent articles wi......

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Discuss and make a good faith effort to resolve any and all issues relating to the inadvertent production of privileged and/or confidential material.

For example, parties may agree to quick peeks where a party produces documents under an agreement that no privilege or protections are waived.
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Source:wistechnology.com By Tim Hansen 06/07/07


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