January 13, 2011 / Law Alert

Arbitration of Logistics/Reverse Logistics Disputes in the E-Discovery Era

Electronic discovery has become nearly a constant in domestic commercial litigation. In recent years, both federal and state rules of civil procedure have defined the duties of parties to litigation to engage in e-discovery. Without doubt, e-discovery can significantly increase the cost of litigation and parties may presume that arbitration offers a means to avoid e-discovery. That presumption does not always hold true.

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