E-discovery costs can be taxed

01/11/2013 | Metropolitan Corporate Counsel, The

There have been court decisions allowing taxation of e-discovery costs by the prevailing party, but interpretation of this provision has not been consistent. This could pose a serious challenge for class-action plaintiffs and their counsel who are counting on not incurring much in the way of discovery costs to bring their case to a verdict.

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