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Civil Procedure – Discovery Costs – Patent Litigation (access required)

After a magistrate judge told a defendant that its discovery answers were “absolute nonsense,” and ordered it to produce discovery, the Richmond U.S. District Court imposes sanctions under FRCP 37, and requires defendant to pay plaintiff’s attorney’s fees of $5,929. The court finds the hourly rates charged by plaintiff’s two lawyers in this case, $510 per ...

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