E-Discovery: A question of costs

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A discovery order in October against KPMG LLP hit the defense bar like a tire iron — the accountancy firm said the expense might run to $100 million dollars. To critics, the order was emblematic of out-of-control electronic discovery costs that litigants are using to bludgeon the opposition into settling.

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