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Civil Practice – eDiscovery – First Impression – Attorney-Client Privilege – Work-Product Doctrine (access required)

An eDiscovery order—permitting plaintiffs’ agent to access defendants’ computer system, and not permitting defendants to review many materials before they are turned over to plaintiffs—does not provide sufficient protection as to defendants’ attorney-client privilege or the work-product doctrine. We vacate the trial court’s discovery order and remand for further proceedings. This appeal presents this court with our ...

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