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E-discovery: You can't blame third parties for e-discovery errors


Courts have repeatedly imposed sanctions on businesses for discovery
failures, regardless of a vendor or consultant's mistakes


BY  <http://www.insidecounsel.com/author/franklin-zemel> FRANKLIN ZEMEL,
<http://www.insidecounsel.com/author/brett-duker> BRETT DUKER

As litigants and their attorneys have become increasingly more reliant on
third-party consultants and vendors to assist with the identification,
collection and production of electronically stored information (ESI), it is
important for in-house counsel to remember that courts will ultimately hold
the party and/or its attorneys accountable for discovery failures-even those
attributable to a vendor/consultant's errors.

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Best wishes,

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Carol E.B. Choksy, PhD CRM PMP

CEO

IRAD Strategic Consulting, Inc.

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Indiana University, Bloomington

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