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Civil Procedure – Discovery – Patent Infringement – Inadvertent Disclosure (access required)

A drug company that produced “millions” of document in this complex patent case can “claw back” four pages of a document created by its in-house IP counsel and given to its opponent; inadvertent disclosure of the document did not waive the attorney-client privilege, an Abingdon U.S. District Court says. Defendant Purdue contends plaintiff King has failed ...

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